Clinton chooses perfectly reasonable person to be Attorney General
WASHINGTON D.C. -- In a shocking decision made on the eve of her historic inauguration, President-elect Hillary Rodham Clinton announced an Attorney General nominee who critics are calling "a perfectly reasonable individual."
When Fox News asked Clinton defend her decision in a press conference, she admitted, “Many people thought I’d go for someone controversial, like Gloria Allred, or Saul Alinsky - you know, the liberal equivalent of Sen. Jeff Sessions. Ha! Can you imagine him as Attorney General?"
Clinton continued: "But when it came down to it, I believe it's best to nominate an Attorney General who has experience as both a public defender and a prosecutor and no history of using her office to stage a sustained legal war on black people."
Political commentators remain puzzled at this latest in a string of startlingly reasonable decisions.