Update: Hillary Clinton is one classy lady:
“The last couple of weeks I’ve been getting a lot of attention from the men in this race.”
“At first I didn’t know what to make of it.”
“And then a good friend of mine said, ‘You know, when you get to be our age, having that much attention from all these men …,'”
“I’m not interested in attacking anyone,” “I’m interested in attacking the problems of our country and solving those problems and working together.”
“I’ve obviously gotten used to being attacked myself, and I don’t mind being attacked, but they should not be attacking children,”
Obama proved last night that he is related to Dick Cheney.
Obama slimed Hillary Clinton last night on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Once again Obama compared Hillary Clinton to George Bush. Obama did not learn from the first time when he called Hillary “Bush-Cheney lite”.
Is Barack Obama worried about polls showing Hillary Rodham Clinton leading the Democratic presidential field?
“We’ve got a long way to go,” the Illinois senator cautioned Wednesday on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”
“Hillary is not the first politician in Washington to declare ‘mission accomplished’ a little too soon,” Obama said, referring to President Bush’s 2003 speech in which he stood beneath a “Mission Accomplished” banner and declared the end of major combat in Iraq.
Barack Obama made a soft-skulled statement in last week’s debate. He said he would meet one-on-one with dictators – including Holocaust denier Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and nuclear saber-rattler Kim Jong Il – without preconditions in his first year in office. Hillary Clinton rightly pronounced him naive.
Now we have Exhibit B that something is awry in the Obama camp. Rather than explain under what circumstances he would, in fact, sit down with tyrants, Obama has labeled Clinton’s strategy – to conduct robust diplomacy while remaining wary of being used for propaganda purposes – “Bush-Cheney lite.” What?