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Clayton,
This morning, the New York Times reported that Senator Clinton is launching what even her aides admit is a "kitchen sink" bombardment of negative attacks against Barack.
This is the same stale, Washington playbook that has driven so many Americans away from the political process.
Yesterday, in a speech on foreign policy, Senator Clinton misrepresented Barack's positions and compared him to George W. Bush.
She questioned his "wisdom to manage our foreign policy and safeguard our national security," despite her support for Bush's war in Iraq -- a war that Barack showed the judgment to oppose before it ever began.
These negative tactics are exactly what voters have been rejecting this election season.
While others focus on trying to tear us down, we will continue to highlight what is most inspiring and most important about this campaign -- you.
And while others may try to score cheap political points, millions of ordinary Americans are talking to their neighbors, knocking on doors, making phone calls, and turning out to primaries and caucuses in record numbers to support this movement for change.
Barack has organized and inspired what yesterday's Time magazine called a "new breed of grassroots campaign -- viral, internet-based, built from the ground up."
Today, we are within reach of a goal that is unprecedented at this point in a presidential primary -- one million people giving to this campaign.
David Plouffe
Campaign Manager
Obama for America

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