Bill Clinton on Charlie Rose: Experience Matters In Choosing An Agent for Change
Bill Clinton said Americans who are prepared to choose someone with less experience, are prepared to "roll the dice" about the future of America. "It's less predictable, isn't it? When is the last time we elected a president based on one year of service before he's running?"
On John Edwards: "He is great, Edwards is really good..."
On who else has the experience to be President: Richardson, Biden, Dodd. What Obama has: good skills.
On change, he adds (from the transcript on Lexis.com, not Ambinder):
I think by far the most important question in this day and age for the next American president is, who is the best agent of change, not the best symbol but the best agent? Who has proven the ability to make positive change?
Hillary starts her five day, 99 Iowa county "hill-a-copter" blitz Sunday.
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