Former President Bill Clinton continued on the campaign trail today, with time quickly ticking away before Pennsylvania's presidential primary on Tuesday.
Clinton started the day completely focused on his wife's policies. But by as the day wore on Clinton found himself in Waynesburg, Pa., where he couldn't help but mention the latest round of ads put out today by Sen. Barack Obama's campaign.
"I just got a briefing before I came in here on all the radio ads and mailings that Sen. Obama's sending out in this, uh, positive campaign," said Clinton with a sarcastic chuckle. "And um, I want to tell you what I think this election is really about, what it is really about. It is about your future. And the only relevant choice is who would do the best job at helping you realize that future."
The new television ads, which deal with Sen. Clinton's plan for healthcare in America, were clearly on the former president's mind throughout the day. While discussing his wife's plan at an earlier event in Hermitage, he took offense with what he says are false claims by the Obama campaign.