WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton is avoiding taking on Sarah Palin directly in Clinton's first public appearances since the Alaska governor exploded onto the national scene last week.
Campaigning for Barack Obama yesterday in the toss-up state of Florida, Clinton barely uttered Palin's name. In a small amendment to an old line, she said: "No way, no how, no McCain, no Palin."
At another point, after praising the Democratic ticket's proposals to help middle-class Americans on taxes, healthcare, and other economic issues, Clinton said: "I didn't see that from Senator McCain and Governor Palin. I saw more of the same."
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