The Campaign Spot

Hillary on Experience, Obama on Secrecy

Brian Williams asks Hillary to respond to Rudy’s jab on experience.

Hillary Clinton: “The kind of experience the Republican nominees are exhibiting is the kind of experience we don’t need.” Cites education, health care reform efforts in Arkansas, working on “both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue.”
Cites the Republicans “constant obession with me” reflects that they fear that I am effectively communicating what I would do as President.
“This has been a disastrous period in American history.”
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Russert asks her to release her papers from the archives, currently locked up until 2012.
Hillary: “There’s about 20 million pieces of paper there… they’re releasing everything as it is processed, and I support that. They’re moving as fast as the process allows.”
Obama accuses Hillary of stealing the phrase, “turn the page.” Lame. He does have something to his jab on her about secrecy, and how that’s similar to the Bush administration. But man, Obama is like the running back who always runs out of bounds to avoid the collision with the linebacker.
Obama: “Fighting with Hillary is a very comfortable fight for the Republicans to have… what we don’t need is another four to eight years of bickering.”
Edwards: “The Republicans want to run against you. That’s why they keep bringing you up.”

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