Wellesleyan: "The Alma Mater of who? Hillary Clinton"

I saw this reported here yesterday, but I figure that the only thing better than re-blogging something is to re-blog it with video evidence. Unfortunately the embeds don’t work, but the videos should be viewable at the links below.

Update May 26, 2008: Apparently, the site that hosts the video clips linked in this blog post has been shut down.

15 thoughts on “Wellesleyan: "The Alma Mater of who? Hillary Clinton"

  1. Justin L.

    lol. Gotta love FOX News. And by gotta love, I mean, gotta laugh at. I’d be laughing even harder if the Wesleyan-Wellesley confusion weren’t so widespread. :-P

  2. Justin L.

    lol. Gotta love FOX News. And by gotta love, I mean, gotta laugh at. I’d be laughing even harder if the Wesleyan-Wellesley confusion weren’t so widespread. :-P

  3. Justin L.

    lol. Gotta love FOX News. And by gotta love, I mean, gotta laugh at. I’d be laughing even harder if the Wesleyan-Wellesley confusion weren’t so widespread. :-P

  4. spazeboy

    What’s funny (to me, at least) is that I tried making clips of this at RedLasso multiple times in my attempt to get them to embed, and in the “related clips” of the apology you can see that I titled one of my attempts as “Fox News Corrrection.”

  5. spazeboy

    What’s funny (to me, at least) is that I tried making clips of this at RedLasso multiple times in my attempt to get them to embed, and in the “related clips” of the apology you can see that I titled one of my attempts as “Fox News Corrrection.”

  6. spazeboy

    What’s funny (to me, at least) is that I tried making clips of this at RedLasso multiple times in my attempt to get them to embed, and in the “related clips” of the apology you can see that I titled one of my attempts as “Fox News Corrrection.”

  7. Anonymous

    That may have been the most entertaining apology I’ve ever seen. “Sorry, wrong again”.So much more meaning than even he meant.

  8. Anonymous

    That may have been the most entertaining apology I’ve ever seen. “Sorry, wrong again”.So much more meaning than even he meant.

  9. Anonymous

    That may have been the most entertaining apology I’ve ever seen.
    “Sorry, wrong again”.
    So much more meaning than even he meant.

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