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Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Clintons Endorse Richardson

Paul Abrams has an article in yesterday's Huffington Post that if the voters took Hillary's advice an elected "a doer, not a talker," they would choose not her, but Bill Richardson.

Here is Bill Clinton, campaigning in North Conway, N.H., sticking to the key word "change."

"There's a difference between talk and action. It makes a big difference if you've actually changed people's lives, if it's the work of your life," the former president said.

And Hillary: voters should elect "a doer, not a talker."

Assessing the "Final Four" candidates for President, to whom can the Clintons be referring? The only person that truly fits THAT description is Bill Richardson, New Mexico Governor, former UN Ambassador, former Energy Secretary, and negotiator extraordinaire.


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