After a few days of relative calm on the barricades after the South Caroline primary, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's campaigns seem to be ramping up their attacks again.
Speaking in Denver today, Obama had enough to say about his rival for an impressive run-on sentence.
"It is time for new leadership that understands the way to win a debate with John McCain or any Republican who is nominated is not by nominating someone who agreed with him on voting for the war in Iraq or who agreed with him in voting to give George Bush the benefit of the doubt on Iran," Obama said, "who agrees with him in embracing the Bush-Cheney policy of not talking to leaders we don't like, who actually differed with him by arguing for exceptions for torture before changing positions when the politics of the moment changed."
And a little while ago, Clinton's chief strategist, Mark Penn, hit back at Obama on a conference call with reporters.
Referring to Obama's attacks, Penn said: "They are false, they are personal, they are unwarranted. America needs a president who will hear the voices of our people...not one who would turn their back on them."
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