Yes, I know it's tough to top "Fairy Tale," Jesse Jackson, or "against Iraq war from the beginning." And of course, caucus voters don't need presidents. But check out his latest silly attack below the jump.
ABC News' Sarah Amos reports that former President Bill Clinton -- despite myriad promises he would stop assailing his wife's opponent given how it has backfired on her -- upped his harsh attacks today in Tyler, Texas.
"There are two competing moods in America today," Clinton said. "People who want something fresh and new -- and they find it inspiring that we might elect a president who literally was not part of any of the good things that happened or any of the bad things that were stopped before. The explicit argument of the campaign against Hillary is that 'No one who was involved in the 1990s or this decade can possibly be an effective president because they had fights. We're not going to have any of those anymore.' Well, if you believe that, I got some land I wanna sell you."
Silly. Just silly.
UPDATE: Obama campaign spox Bill Burton tells ABC News in response, "It appears that the man who once told us 'Don't stop thinking about tomorrow' has changed his tune and is now singing 'Yesterday' everywhere he goes."
Edit: Keith Olbermann is all over this like white on rice.
Edit 2: Here is a nice story from the NYT on Obama's career in the Illinois State Senate.
Edit 3: And a story about Obama organizing the vote for Bill Clinton in 1992. HT: RobertInWisconsin