Clinton criticizes Obama over mailings
angrily accused her Democratic rival Saturday of deliberately misrepresenting her positions on and health care in mass mailings to voters, adding, “Shame on you, .” – Yahoo News
Wow….whats going on here?
Clutching two of Obama campaign mailings in her hand for emphasis, the former first lady said, “enough with the speeches and the big rallies and then using tactics that are right out of‘s playbook.” – Yahoo News
Ouch, right when I thought, “Clinton hasn’t got a chance” she pulls a fast one like this. Obama is gonna get hit….hit badly. I really don’t know if he’s going to be able to recover. All Clinton’s gotta do is milk this whole letter and Karl Rove thing and I think she may have chance after all.
Obama defended the mailings as accurate and rejected Clinton’s complaint as a political ploy. He said that despite her current criticism of NAFTA, she supported the trade agreement when it passed during her husband’s administration.
“You can’t be for something and take credit for an administration … and then when you run for president say that you didn’t really mean what you said way back then. It doesn’t work like that,” he said to cheers at a rally in Akron. – Yahoo News
Well, Hillary does have a dentincy to….ummm…….whats the phrase I’m looking for? Oh, yeah, “Change Her Mind” and their is a possiblity that she may have changed her mind, but this time without notifying us about it. 🙂
The long distance clash erupted as the two Democrats campaigned separately across, one of two big states with primaries on March 4.
Obama has won 11 straight, and some of Clinton’s supporters have said she must win both Ohio and a week from Tuesday to keep her hopes alive of winning the party nomination. Recent polls show Ohio is close, and Texas closer. – Yahoo News
Clinton’s frustration was evident as she criticized Obama in unusually strong terms — a few days after ending a nationally televised debate by saying she was “honored to be here with” him in a historic race between a black man and a woman.
She said by his actions, Obama was giving “aid and comfort to the very special interests and their allies in the Republican Party who are against doing what we want to do for America.” – Yahoo News
Yeah, I can tell that she is frustrated. The bottom line is that she is still losing.
In her criticism of Obama, she asked, “Since when do Democrats attack one another on?”
Obama had a ready reply to that. “Well, when she started to say I was against universal health care … which she does every single day,” he said. – Yahoo News
Obama is correct. I couldn’t say it better myself.
Since late last year, Clinton has consistently attacked Obama’s health care plan, saying it would leave 15 million Americans uninsured.
Clinton’s advisers have repeatedly criticized the Obama campaign’s mailings, both of which went out in the last several days.
One says her plan for universal coverage would “force” everyone to purchase insurance even if they can’t afford it. Her plan requires everyone to be covered, but it offers tax credits and other subsidies to make insurance more affordable.
Obama’s plan does not include the so-called “individual mandate” for adults, and he has argued that people cannot be required to buy coverage if they can’t afford it. He has said his first priority is bringing down costs. – Yahoo News
Huh? This is getting interesting.
As evidence of their concern about the issue, the Clinton campaign released two new ads in Ohio, including one featuring John Glenn — a former astronaut and U.S. senator from Ohio for 24 years — saying Clinton would fix trade agreements like NAFTA.
Clinton said she felt good about her prospects in Ohio andbut refused to say whether she needed to win both states to stay in the race.
“Let’s let the. Let’s actually have an election and then we can look at the results,” she said. – Yahoo News