Obama Deliberately Using Shamefully Deceptive and Misleading Mailings In a Crusade to Discredit Hillary Clinton.
Image: Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., lashes out at Democratic presidential rival, Sen. Barack Obama during a news conference after her rally at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in Cincinnati, Ohio, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008. Holding mailings, which she said are being sent by Obama's campaign, Clinton said, 'Shame on you, Barack Obama. It is time you ran a campaign consistent with your messages in public — that's what I expect from you.' At right, Ohio Governor Ted Strickland. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)
CINCINNATI - angrily accused her Democratic rival Saturday of deliberately misrepresenting her positions on and health care in mass mailings to voters, adding, "Shame on you, ."
Clutching two of Obama campaign mailings in her hand for emphasis, the former first lady said, "enough with the speeches and the big rallies and then using tactics that are right out of 's playbook."
"You can't be for something and take credit for an administration ... and then when you run for president say that you didn't really mean what you said way back then. It doesn't work like that," he said to cheers at a rally in Akron.
She said by his actions, Obama was giving "aid and comfort to the very special interests and their allies in the Republican Party who are against doing what we want to do for America."
"Meet me in Ohio," she said. "Let's have a debate about your tactics and your behavior in this campaign." The two are scheduled to debate Tuesday in .
In her criticism of Obama, she asked, "Since when do Democrats attack one another on?"
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