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Jewish World Review
January 9, 2008
/ 2 Shevat 5768
Bill Clinton keys Obama's car
Shocking show of anger from former president
In what political observers called a shocking display of anger from a former
President of the United States, Bill Clinton today keyed the car of Illinois Senator
Mr. Clinton's attacks on Senator Obama have become more scathing in recent days, but
few Democratic insiders expected his rhetorical attacks to turn into outright
That is precisely what happened, however, in the parking lot of a Dunkin' Donuts in
Nashua, New Hampshire, where Mr. Obama and his aides had stopped for an early
morning campaign appearance.
Spotting the Illinois senator's car in the lot, a wild-eyed Mr. Clinton pulled out
his key ring and "started twirling it on his finger like a six-shooter," according
to one eyewitness.
Saying he was "damned sick and tired" of everything going Mr. Obama's way, the
former President dragged his keys across the length of the senator's car, creating a
deep gash in the paint job that experts said would cost hundreds of dollars to
As news of Mr. Clinton's attack on Mr. Obama's automobile spread like wildfire
across New Hampshire, political insiders branded the former president's move as a
tactical mistake that could turn off Democratic voters.
"Keying another candidate's car is really beneath the dignity of a former President
of the United States," said Carol M. Foyler, a longtime media advisor to Democratic
candidates. "That's the kind of thing you want surrogates to do."
For his part, Mr. Clinton was unrepentant, telling reporters "you ain't seen nothing
"Where does he live?" Mr. Clinton shouted at the press corps. "I'ma go TP that bastard's front yard."
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