Obama to go up with Pennsylvania spot to rebut Clinton ad calling him elite because of “bitter” remark. Sweet scoop

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HAVERFORD, PA.–A week before the Pennsylvania primary, the Obama campaign is taking no chances and is not about to let Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) paint him as elite in the wake of his San Francisco “bitter” remarks–that blue collar down and out people cling to religion, guns etc. Clinton put out her spot on Monday and on Tuesday afternoon, the Obama campaign is saying they will go on the air with with response to her “attack” ad.

Check earlier post for video of Clinton ad.

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