New York Post’s ‘Swillary’ cover: Fair or not?

http://twitter.com/#!/BashirLive/status/191859943543013376

The Post article details Hillary Clinton’s night of partying at a Cuban-themed club in Cartegena during the scandal-plagued Summit of the Americas.

Photos snapped by surprised onlookers show the former first lady swilling a Colombian-brewed Aguila (“Eagle’’) cerveza straight from the bottle and hitting the dance floor.

Witnesses said Clinton played maracas and danced the rumba to three songs played by the club’s Cuba-centric house band.

In all, Clinton’s party ordered a dozen beers, two shots and bottles of water. They left their waiter a $40 tip.

Twitter reactions to the New York Post front page were mixed.

NYPost front page picture of "Swillary" Clinton is brutally unfair. She drank a beer at a summit meeting event. So what???

— Ari Fleischer (@AriFleischer) April 16, 2012

https://twitter.com/#!/ScottandTodd/status/191836067278757888

https://twitter.com/#!/MarieMonDieu/status/191852882725842945

Swillary! This would be considered good press in Australia. RT @BuzzFeedBen Hillary still capable of getting bad press pic.twitter.com/KdpuONaJ

— Julia Baird (@bairdjulia) April 16, 2012

Really, #NewYorkPost, really?! The best front page headline you can come up with is "Swillary?" #really http://t.co/cKCcnyLn

— Hersh Parekh (@HershParekh) April 16, 2012

Meanwhile, props to the genius sub who came up with Swillary: pic.twitter.com/J76K9aMV

— Joanna McCarthy (@joanna_mcc) April 16, 2012