RNC Launches Video On YouTube Of Clinton Criticizing Obama As New Ammuniton
As the polls for the Montana and South Dakota contests plan to close tonight, many within the Democratic and Republican Parties are ready to accept and acknowledged Senator Barack Obama of Illinois as the eventual Democratic nominee. Until then, Democratic co-frontrunner Senator Hillary Clinton of New York has refused to drop out of the race.
Recently, there has been news of Clinton conceding the delegate race to Obama. After a compromise had been reached in regards to Florida and Michigan, Clinton’s only hope of even locking the Democratic nomination would lay in the hands of the superdelegates. However, a majority of the Senate superdelegates plan to endorse Obama after Tuesday’s contests.
Early in the day, Clinton said that she refused to concede. But, a bit later, it is said that Clinton is interested in being the VP running mate. Still, many are prepared to accept Obama as the eventual Democratic nominee.
It is expected as the RNC has launched many attack ads against Obama. They did not bother to launch ads about Clinton. Presumed GOP nominee Senator John McCain of Arizona is even prepared to accept Obama as the Democratic nominee. While Clinton has struggled to keep her presidential hopes afloat, McCain and Obama have focused on each other.
Now, the RNC will use Clinton’s criticism of Obama as new ammunition. Their newest weapon will be a video of Clinton openly criticizing Obama. So far, the RNC has posted the video on YouTube. Once again, the RNC is going to attack Obama on his qualifications and credentials. However, it is not surprising as it has been planned all along to attack Obama on “inexperience.”
While the RNC has launched the video according to the blog entry on CNN’s Political Ticker, the user name is “DemsOnObama.” This video was posted on YouTube not long ago.
“Senator McCain will bring a lifetime of experience to the campaign, I will bring a lifetime of experience and Senator Obama will bring a speech that he gave in 2002,” Clinton said on the video.
This seems to come expected as Obama looks to clinch the nomination from Clinton.
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