From NBC/NJ's Carrie Dann
TYLER, TX -- Bill Clinton has been slamming Obama's lack of love for the '90s for weeks now, knocking the Illinois senator's disregard for the fights and successes of the Clinton era. But today, he was more caustic than usual in his criticism.
"There are two competing moods in America today," he told a crowd of about 900 here. "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."
Clinton went on to say that "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," he said sarcastically,
"Well, if you believe that," he added, "I got some land I wanna sell you."
*** UPDATE *** The Obama camp responds this way: "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."