...and yes, unfortunately, I did actually use the word "lame" and "puffpiece" in that post (this blog was rated Genius for reason) because I have such a vast command of the english language. From Tim Graham (who will soon be receiving 10's and 20's in the mail)of Newsbusters.org:
Jody L. Wilcox at The Contemporary Conservative blog mocks People magazine for a "really lame" puffball interview with Hillary Clinton in their 100 Most Beautiful People edition (Hillary was not on that list). There were the usual annoying pop-culture questions: "American Idol or Dancing With the Stars"? (Both.) "Tina Fey or Amy Poehler?" (Both.) ...Most Clinton critics would hone in on the usual soften-up-the-marriage questions. "When was the last time you and Bill had some quality time?" "What was the last present he gave you?...Your last present to him?" "What does he do around the house that drives you crazy?" You want to pen in answers like, "He also answers 'both' to Tina Fey or Amy Poehler." But the biggest pandering line came when she cited women's magazines as the solution to tough gas economics:
PEOPLE: You have proposed suspending the gas tax for the summer. What advice do you have for homemakers dealing with rising gas prices?
HILLARY: I'm a great reader of women's magazines. I always have, ever since I was a little girl, my mother had them in the house, and I really advise people to look for hints in those magazines. They are so down-to-earth. You can get some good advice
Read Here: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tim-graham/2008/05/06/hillary-tells-people-whip-inflation-womens-magazine-tips