One day after former president Bill Clinton made a campaign swing through southwest Indiana, something he said to an audience in Boonville is getting quite a bit of play among the national political pundits. Its a story that wont seem to die. And this time, former president Clinton was the one bringing it up. "A lot of the way this whole campaign has been covered has amused me, but there was a lot of fulminating because Hillary, one time late at night when she was exhausted, misstated and immediately apologized for it, what happened to her in Bosnia in 1995." That statement at yesterdays Hillary rally in Boonville is making the rounds on talk T.V.. In no small part because critics say, because Bill Clintons attempts to defend his wife appear to be misleading, too. You likely remember the way things started. Hillary stating that during a 1996 trip to Tuzla, Bosnia, her plane came under sniper fire, and the planned welcoming ceremony was canceled. Several news agencies report that Hillary didnt apologize for the misstatement, and laid claim to the sniper fire account several times before this video surfaced. How much does this recurring story really matter in the grand scheme of the campaign? Even Chelsey Clinton had to defend it during her visit to USI earlier this week... The student who asked her about it said it matters because its a question of credibility. Hillary Clinton has asked her husband to stop defending her as he campaigns on her behalf.