03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Kennedy "Shocked" At "Distortion" In Clinton Health Care Ad

The presidential campaign of Sen. Barack Obama put out big gun backer Sen. Ted Kennedy and the Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle to respond to the negative Clinton camapign mailer on health care being distributed in Wisconsin.

Kennedy said he was shocked and surprised that Clinton would put out a mailer like this, ad called it a "distortion, misrepresentation, and wrong." He referenced Clinton's health care fight in 1994 - and said similar negative ads were what contributed to the sinking it - so essentially said that Clinton should have learned from that. Kennedy said health care in the cause of his life, and that he would never have supported Obama if he wasn't the one who could get comprehensive health care done.

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