For Clinton Camp, The Debate Continues

The Clinton campaign must have been pleased with the way last night's debate went because they're seem to want to keep talking about it. During remarks to reporters this morning reports CBS News' Fernando Suarez, Clinton was quick to claim that Obama entered the debate with an aggressive strategy.

"Senator Obama is very frustrated," she said. "The events of the last ten or so days, particularly the outcome of New Hampshire and Nevada have apparently convinced him to adopt a different strategy. He clearly came – he telegraphed it, he talked about it – he clearly came last night looking for a fight, and he was determined and launched right in."

Just in case anyone might have forgotten about last night's discussion, the Clinton campaign sent out a memo asserting that Obama has some answering to do. "From questions about his commitment to fiscal responsibility to his relationship with a donor currently under indictment to his consistency on key issues," the memo reads, "last night raised new issues that the Obama campaign must confront today."

At the bottom of the memo – a link to a new Web ad which compares Obama's insistence that he never supported the idea of going to a single-payer health care system to comments he made while running for the Senate in 2004 that make it appear he was advocating just that.

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