Frances Strickland Live
First Lady Frances Strickland introduced Sen. Hillary Clinton before today's speech at Westerville North High School.
Referring to the Democratic presidential candidate's late night television appearance, the governor's wife said, “I swear Hillary, I believe they watched Saturday Night Live last night. Who would have thought that Saturday Night Live would be the one to get it right?”
The show included a skit depicting MSNBC's Brian Williams and Tim Russert lobbing softball questions at Sen. Barack Obama, while grilling Clinton.
The SNL "debate" and Clinton's response, can be found here:
“You’ve been spending a lot of time with my husband,'' Mrs. Strickland joked. "Since you announced for the race, he has not even looked at anyone else.”
Clinton praised Gov. Ted Strickland for his political support and such policy decisions as ordering the freeze on state college tuition in Ohio.
Read more about the presidential candidates' Ohio visits in Monday's Enquirer.