Here is Hillarry trying to make a spin.
NEW YORK (AP) -- After telling an audience that young people today "think work is a four-letter word," Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton apologized to her daughter, she said.
"I said, 'I'm sorry, I didn't mean to convey the impression that you don't work hard,'" Clinton said Sunday in a commencement address. "I just want to set the bar high, because we are in a competition for the future."
Here is the original.
Clinton touched off the generation war Thursday, saying Gen Y'ers "don't know what work is. They think work is a four-letter word."
She added: "America didn't happen by accident. A lot of people worked really hard. They've got to do their part, too."
Clinton grumbled that today's youths "think they're entitled to go right to the top with $50,000 or $75,000 jobs when they have not done anything to earn their way up."
She made no mention of her daughter, Chelsea, 26, who snagged a six-figure consulting spot in the New York office of London-based McKinsey & Company after receiving her master's degree from Oxford in 2003.
But lets look at the past for Hillary who got her Senate seat not based on what she had done for the State of NY, or even as some one who lived their but because her husband was President.
Ran a faux health care reform commission (the real work was done by some one else in the background)
Made partner when her husband Bill was elected governor.
Got to invest money in sweetheart deals when Bill was governor of Arkansas.
Had Rich parents and went to one of the 7 elite all women's schools and to a ivy leauge law school.
She and Bill both got soft teaching gigs at the university of arkanasas that didn't have experience as lawyers to get.
She has with on a small time when bill lost a re-election as governor till Bill left the White house spent her entire married life in public housing where food, entertainment, vehicles, and the basics most of us worry about on a daily basis were provided for free.
So I have to ask Hillary, when did you work hard? when did you do your part for the economy?