Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Hillary and the woorld of tommorow

The Hi-Tech Candidate needs spellchecker.

I'm suprised I haven't seen this on the blogosphere yet. I figure if the libs want to pick on Bush for little things, with equal rights we can laugh at them.

From the Daily Telegraph

Clinton's Hillarious spelling gaffe
June 01, 2007 12:00
POOR old Hillary Clinton - let down by a logo.

The presidential hopeful - in the running to be first female leader of the free world - was left looking like a goose during a speech to Silicon Valley technology business leaders in California.

Her podium, at the Applied Technologies University campus in Santa Clara, was framed by a backdrop featuring the large slogan "New jobs for tommorrow".

Yep, that's right, with an extra "M" in the middle of the last word.

According to a gushing report from the scene, "She quickly let her audience of some 150 Silicon Valley CEO's know that she was the hi-technology presidential candidate".

However, Ms Clinton clearly failed to impress upon them that she was the high-quality grammatical candidate.

And while they focus on new jobs for tomorrow, perhaps they should all concentrate on correct spelling for today.


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