Another Unfounded Media Attack on Bill Clinton
Friday night, every cable news show I watched, mostly on MSNBC, took former President Bill Clinton to task for reverting to attacks on Barack Obama, much like he did before the South Carolina primary.
Now comes the Dallas Morning News, with just the opposite story.
Headline: "Bill Clinton avoids attacks on Obama in East Texas."
On a campaign swing through East Texas on Friday, Bill Clinton said over and over that he has nothing against Barack Obama.
"I'm not against anybody," he told an overflow crowd in the student center at Tyler Junior College. "I'm for Hillary." Later, he added: "If you disagree, you have another very attractive choice."
The former president, admitting that Texas looms as a make-or-break state for Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential hopes, scrupulously avoided attacks on Mr. Obama – attacks of the type for which he was roundly criticized after the Jan. 26 South Carolina primary.
Update: More from Texas:
Henry Cisneros on why Hillary Clinton will make the best President.
Hillary's new ad in Texas, designed to speak to military voters.
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