Hillary Rodham Clinton says Barack Obama is leading a campaign with little to show for his eloquence and promises.
The New York senator has often tried to make the case that Obama lacks the experience to be president, but today at Hunter College in New York, she depicted Obama's candidacy as a "campaign about a campaign," while she cast herself as a champion of the middle class.
Polls show Obama is making inroads among white working class voters that have long been Clinton's base.
The former first lady congratulated Obama for his victories yesterday in Wisconsin and Hawaii, and acknowledged he had inspired voters to dream again. But she says she is the candidate best suited to fulfill those dreams.
Clinton says that while everyone has dreams, they can't be turned into reality without action.
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