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Clinton goes from angry to sarcastic

The New York Times reported on Saturday that Senator Hilary Rodham Clinton was angry over her democratic opposition Senator Barack Obama’s campaign mailing.

Mrs. Clinton accused Obama of dirty tactics by releasing leaflets in Ohio that said Senator Clinton was in favor of NAFTA. This is a big issue because the state has had controversy with people believing they have lost jobs over the NAFTA agreement.

“Shame on you, Barack Obama,? Mrs. Clinton said. “It is time you ran a campaign consistent with your message in public.? (New York Times)

A woman approached Mrs. Clinton after a rally and gave the leaflet to the senator. However, it was not the first time the senator had seen the leaflets, as she had seen it in an article by Newsday.

“Time and time again, you hear on thing in speeches and then you see a campaign that has the worst kind of tactics, reminiscent of the same sort of Republican attacks on Democrats,? Mrs. Clinton said. (New York Times)

One problem facing Mrs. Clinton is her husband, former President Bill Clinton, was a supporter of NAFTA legislation, which could be a problem with Ohio’s blue collar workings.

However, the tone changed on Sunday as Senator Clinton went from being angry over Obama’s campaign to sarcasm, the New York Times reported.

“Now I could stand up here and say, let’s get everybody together, let’s get unified the sky will open, the light will come down, celestial choirs will be singing,? Senator Clinton said. “But I have no illusions about how hard this is going to be. You are not going to wave a magic wand and make the special interests disappear.?
(New York Times)

Mrs. Clinton has been trying hard to gain votes for the upcoming primaries in Texas, Ohio, Rhode Island and Vermont on March 4. She has been attempting to change how Mr. Obama has been portraying her as a hardnosed realist.

Polls suggest that a tight race is going on Texas and Ohio, which contain many delegates. Mrs. Clinton has lost 11 straight primaries to Mr. Obama.

The information has changed from the first story from the second by changing the mood in which the story is given. In the story on Saturday it appears that Mrs. Clinton is angry and is trying to fight against Mr. Obama’s allegations. However, on Sunday it feels like Mrs. Clinton doesn’t care about the allegations and is just going on with her campaign without any worries. The second story tells of Senator Clinton’s mood and what is coming up. In the Saturday story, the New York Times just talks about the allegations and not of the upcoming primaries, which they discuss in more detail in the Sunday story.