Online Game: Can Hillary Rescue Hostages Before Bill Steals the Glory?

August 14, 2009 -

Never far from the harsh glare of the media, the Clintons have once again been in the news of late.

Bill, of course, was recently credited with negotiating the release of two American journalists held by North Korea. Hillary's news was less positive. During a visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo this week, a journalist's misstated question prompted a testy reply:

You want me to tell you what my husband thinks? My husband is not the Secretary of State, I am. You ask my opinion. I will tell you my opinion; I'm not going to channel my husband.

As it turned out, the questioner meant to ask what President Obama thought about the issue, not former President Clinton.

The incident did not go unnoticed by the crew at T-Enterprise. The UK firm offers a new online game just about every Friday and this week it's Hillary: First Blood. In the game, a Rambo-esque Hillary, equipped with an RPG, tank and helicopter, must rescue a trio of journalists from Iran before Bill can fly in and sweet-talk them out of captivity. Along the way, the Secretary of State has to dodge spikes and a minefield.


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Re: Online Game: Can Hillary Rescue Hostages Before Bill ...

 I don’t care what other conservatives think of what the former President did. What he did was a classy thing. He didn’t have to go there and from what know his family didn’t profit. Though I agree, I would like to know the terms of what happened or something we might have given the North Koreans I think the former President did a good thing here. And major props to the Democratic Party fundraiser billionaire who lent President Clinton his Jet to go to North Korea.

 
Again, the President deserves to be praised for going out of his way to do right by his countrymen.

Re: Online Game: Can Hillary Rescue Hostages Before Bill ...

President Clinton picking up a couple of chicks isn't anything special.  It's what he does.  The only thing out of the ordinary is he has an airtight alibi this time.

 

I kid, I kid.

 

"That's not ironic. That's justice."

"That's not ironic. That's justice."

Re: Online Game: Can Hillary Rescue Hostages Before Bill ...

oh come on man, it was a publicity stunt, and I can almost 100% assure you those N. Koreans got something out of that deal.  We will probably never know what.

Re: Online Game: Can Hillary Rescue Hostages Before Bill ...

I would have though a good element would be translators giving sometimes correct, sometimes incorrect mission information.  "Shoot the blue target"  "oops, I ment red target"

Re: Online Game: Can Hillary Rescue Hostages Before Bill ...

You would think they would also have her ducking sniper fire... ;)

Re: Online Game: Can Hillary Rescue Hostages Before Bill ...

From angry bosnians ;)

 

 
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