Sweet special: Obama tells Boston Globe editors he’s a $100 million start-up and Clinton is Microsoft.

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WASHINGTON–Barack Obama hit Boston for fund-raisers and a visit with the Boston Globe. Report on Boston Globe blog LINK

Excerpt from Boston Globe Foon Rhee, deputy national political editor:

“Obama also dismissed doubts that he lacks experience as a chief executive, saying launching his candidacy was akin to launching a $100 million start-up against the “Microsoft of Democratic politics” — the Clinton campaign — and raising more money than his main rival and creating a better on-the-ground organization.”

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