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Bill Clinton campaigns for wife in SC, plans Sharpton meeting

SUMTER, S.C. (AP) -- Former President Bill Clinton says that his wife, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, is the presidential candidate best equipped to reshape the nation's economy. Clinton began his campaign day in Sumter, home to an Air Force base, before heading to Orangeburg. Clinton was to wrap up the day at a reception and banquet honoring former Governor Richard Riley, who served as his education secretary. Clinton's campaign confirmed that the former president would also meet briefly with civil rights activist Al Sharpton in Columbia this afternoon. Sharpton has not endorsed a candidate in the primary and a spokeswoman for Sharpton's National Action Network said that's not expected today. (Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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Guilty by association.

Guilty by association. Newspapers in Northern New Jersey (The Record and Herald News) refused to print any more articles about Al Sharpton 15 years ago because he was making too many racial statements about white people that were false. Nice to see the Clintons in such company where they belong. Pretty sad when the media figures out how bad a person someone is and refuses to print anything about that person-if only the media now would figure out how bad a person Hillary Clinton really is.

can't stand them

I can't stand the clintons so it really isn't a big surprise to see them associating with other low lifers. sharpton is part of the problem, never part of the solution!