Is Sen. Clinton getting more air time than Sen. Obama at this point? We should have timed it. Now she's going on about jobs.
"We can create at least 5 million new jobs," Sen. Clinton reinterated when Tim Russert questioned her about earlier job promises made in Buffalo, but which failed to materialize, during her U.S. Senate campaign.
"What happened in 2000 is I thought Al Gore was going to be president," Clinton said. "When I made the pledge, I was counting on having a Democratic White House, a Democratic president who shared my values about what we needed to do to make the economy work for everyone and to create shared prosperity. As you know, despite the difficulties of the Bush Administration and a Republican Congress for six years of my first term, I have worked very hard to create jobs. Obviously as president I will have a lot more tools at my disposal."