CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa, July 4 -- Sen. Barack Obama (Ill.) took aim at his main Democratic presidential rival during his July 4 campaign swing through Iowa, saying that "change can't just be a slogan" -- days after Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) introduced her new slogan, "Ready for Change, Ready to Lead."Howie P.S.: Another story about hair and John Edwards: "Splitting Hairs, Edwards's Stylist Tells His Side of Story--Man Behind Pricey 'Dos Details Long Relationship" (WaPo).
Clinton continued to refuse to answer questions from the reporters traveling with her, holding scripted events and organizing meetings behind closed doors. She did participate in a bipartisan event, marching in the Clear Lake Independence Day parade. It was also attended by former governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts, a contender for the Republican nomination for president.
Thursday, July 05, 2007
"From Obama, Clinton, Dueling Ideas of Change"