Bill, maybe Democrats do not want someone from the establishment? They didn’t when you were nominated. What a difference an election makes … its all depended on what spin is.
This is almost comical and the act of a desperate political camp that has seen Hillary Clinton’s poll numbers take a downfall in some key early state primaries. Former president Bill Clinton seems to be calling the kettle black by making the reference that Barack Obama is too inexperienced to be president. I guess it was a different set of spin when Bill Clinton was running for the same position and his lack of experience.
Former President Bill Clinton made an unusually direct attack Friday night on Senator Barack Obama, one of his wife’s leading rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination, suggesting that voters who would support someone with Mr. Obama’s experience were willing to “roll the dice” on the presidency.
Appearing on “The Charlie Rose Show” on PBS, Mr. Clinton repeatedly questioned Mr. Obama’s preparedness for the White House, noting that he took office in January 2005 and became a presidential candidate about two years later. (Mr. Obama was an Illinois state senator before that.) (NY Times)
New Clinton campaign out to show her likability … Hillary, you are joking … right?