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It’s not my fault!

Adults with the minds and attitudes of spoiled and coddled children.

Revealing Politics snags some video from an Obama campaign rally in Highlands Ranch, Colorado featuring former Clinton Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.

In the video, Albright is seen telling a story about an exchange with a man during a Truman Foundation event, as he asked her how long Democrats would blame the previous administration for their problems.

"All of a sudden this man gets up and says, 'How long will you blame the previous administration for all of your problems?'" Albright recounted. "I said, 'Forever.'"

The story prompted laughter and applause from the crowd.

2 comments to It’s not my fault!

  • Honey

    This is a leftie's idea of wit.

  • asombra

    Yes, she thinks she’s a sharp cookie when she's just a petulant blowhard. Sad, but it’s part of her “tough broad” persona, which never really accomplished anything except advance her career. Remember the “cojones” bit? The Castro people are probably still laughing over it: “vieja alardosa, pujona y globo inflado.”