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Hillary Clinton close to tears

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Hillary Clinton close to tears

Post by shammy on Tue Jan 08, 2008 11:10 am

8th January,2008

Hillary Clinton came close to tears during a campaign stop in New Hampshire as new polls showed her trailing Barack Obama on the eve of the crucial state primary.

At a coffee shop in Portsmouth, Mrs Clinton became emotional when asked by a woman voter: “How do you keep upbeat and so wonderful?”

After beginning her answer, her voice began to break and tears filled her eyes. “You know, this is very personal for me. It’s not just political it’s not just public. Some people think elections are a game, lot’s of who’s up or who’s down, [but] it’s about our country.”

Polls show Mr Obama is set to claim another emphatic victory in New Hampshire's Democratic primary tomorrow following his success in Iowa last week. He told ecstatic supporters at another packed rally: "You're the wave and I'm riding it." Later, he told a TV interview: "We obviously started something, now we've got to finish it."

He challenged Mrs Clinton's claim that he was raising "false hopes" for the country, citing the way John F Kennedy told America to reach for the Moon or Martin Luther King dreamt about ending racial segregation.

"If anything crystalised what this campaign is about, it was that right there," he said. "Some are thinking in terms of our constraints and some are thinking about our limitless possibilities."

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/us_elections/article3149659.ece
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