The New York Post has a very newsworthy story today that Hillary has an iPod (a birthday gift from Bill), and divulges her playlist.
"I’ve got everything — a total smorgasbord," brags Mrs. Clinton, noting that she has over 1,000 songs, including Aretha Franklin’s "Respect," the Beatles’ "Hey Jude,’ "Take it to the Limit" by The Eagles, as well as various Motown, Rolling Stones and classical ditties.
She did not say whether Fleetwood Mac’s "Don’t Stop (Thinking About Tomorrow)" made her list or not, or for that matter, whether classics like "Your Cheatin’ Heart" or "Don’t Mess With Bill" did either.
The story seems helpfully timed only days after Hillary blasted the younger generation for relying too much on technology, including iPods, only to recant her criticism when Chelsea supposedly complained about it. Now comes news that hip Hillary loves using an iPod. It may be remembered that, back in December, it was reported that Sen. Clinton’s office made available her favorite speeches and press conferences on iTunes and other MP3 Internet portals, so that her supporters could listen to her drone on and on on their iPods (lucky them).