Hillary: Michigan Victory Overcame "Very Vigorous" Campaigning Against Her
Senator Hillary Rodham (D-N.Y.) mocked Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) tonight for his high-flown rhetoric, suggesting she would fight important fights when he would back down....
..."I think that both Michigan and Florida should count, because these are two states we have to carry," she said. "This is not about so much as the ins and outs of the Democratic National Committee as to whether the Democrats are going to win in the fall. "In Michigan, all of us had a chance to leave our names on the ballot - I chose to do so," she continued. "My opponents ran a very vigorous campaign to get people to vote 'uncontested.' There was a campaign going on - it was a campaign against me, and I still won a majority.