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November 8, 2007

Seriously… every campaign a story like this pops up. When the hell are these campaign managers going to get their act together enough to make sure stupid crap like this doesn’t happen? How hard can it be to assign someone to be in charge of tipping the damned wait staff?

When Real Lives Get Swept Into Campaign Rhetoric

Esterday does not think Clinton got it. “I don’t think she understood at all what I was saying,” Esterday said, adding, “I mean, nobody got left a tip that day.”

Clinton may have decided not to tip. She was also never given a bill — her meal was on the house. Still, Esterday said Clinton might have left her something: “Maybe they don’t carry money, I don’t know.”

And the ‘meal on the house’ thing isn’t an excuse. The owner may decide to give the food away for no charge, but the staff is still working.

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