Wednesday, March 26, 2008

RANDOM QUESTION OF THE DAY




Was Chelsea's response to the now infamous "was your mother's credibility hurt during the Monica Lewinsky scandal" question in which she annoying replied "That's none of your business" really appropriate?


I can understand why she was annoyed but I'm a bit confused by the "That's none of your business" response. Had he asked whether her parents have a good marriage, sleep in the same bed, etc. I would totally agree with her response. But, somehow "that's none of your business" strikes me as a bit odd when someone asks about a candidate's credibility.
What do you think?
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9 comments:

PCD (Pretty Circle Drawer) said...

chelsea is a bobble-headed idiot. she is not a help to this campaign (yay!), just like her can't-keep-it-in-his-pants daddy. if you are not prepared to handle the scrutiny of reporters, then by all means, do not stand up or put a mike in your hand. she could have fielded that question more appropriately. the defensiveness only adds to the shade factor of that family. when they are called on or even ASKED about some foolishness that they are invloved in, they can't handle it.

CHELSEA SIT DOWN, and be glad you got braces and a straigtening comb applied to your head. at least people can stand to look at you now-but don't push it-ugh!

Grown Woman said...

LMBAO--that's funny

PCD (Pretty Circle Drawer) said...

ok, perhaps that was mean. but i do not care for that young lady. for the longest time, she wouldn't even allow herself to be questioned...even by child reporters, yet she was out campaigning. i have a huge problem with the entitlement issues of that family. they feel like they can grill everyone about all of their business down to what type of toilet tissue they use...but for the love of mike, don't sweat them!

TravelDiva said...

LMBAO PCD. I thought the response was fine--I guess she could choose to or choose not to discuss the family shame. LOL.

I think the general protectiveness of Chelsea is a little ridiculous given that she's not a kid anymore and she is out there stumping--which to my mind means she should be open to reporters questions. If you are campaigning, then you can't just not answer questions.

I totally agree with the entitlement thing. I'm so disgusted with them. Hillary's attempt to re-interject the Wright controversy into the limelight in the face of her sniper fire lies yesterday REALLY ticked me off. And one commentator from time magazine said they want to get white people not to vote for obama and the way to do that is to keep race at the forefront. It's so disgusting to me.

Grown Woman said...

yeah I heard that was the clinton strategy--to stop whites from voting for Obama--I HATE THEM

12kyle said...

LMAO!!!

She knows that her daddy hasn't touched her momma since they left the White House.

LMAO @ PCD

Park Avenue said...

I saw this on the news this morning & to me, Chelsea reacted out of proportion. It seemed like she was trying to "jump bad" or seem tough. I thnk the question that was asked was a fair one & Chelsea got bent out of shape over nothing.

Eb the Celeb said...

I agree... the PR people obviously didnt prepare her for that one!

Paula D. said...

I think they need to keep the mic out of her hand from now on. She just went in to 'protect mode' for her mom. If her moms people had prepared her, she would have been able to give a more 'politically correct answer.