From CBS News' Fernando Suarez:
FORT WORTH, TEXAS -- Hillary Clinton told reporters that both she and the presumtive Republican nominee John McCain offer the experience to be ready to tackle any crisis facing the country under their watch, but Barack Obama simply offers more rhetoric. "I think you'll be able to imagine many things Senator McCain will be able to say," she said. "He's never been the president, but he will put forth his lifetime of experience. I will put forth my lifetime of experience. Senator Obama will put forth a speech he made in 2002." Clinton was referring to Obama's anti-war speech he delivered in Chicago before entering the United States Senate.
Criticism has been leveled towards Clinton as well, though, especially her claim that she is ready to be the commander-in-chief on "day one." When asked at the press conference if she could name a particular instance in her past that equips her to deal with a national security crisis, Clinton balked, saying, "Well, I was involved in a lot of the decisions that were made. Again, you are looking at it from the wrong perspective," Clinton said. "You know, no one who hasn't been president has done that, so that's not the right question. The question is, what have you done over the course of that lifetime to equip you for that moment?"
Texas voters will go the polls on Tuesday to give her the answer.
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