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Hillary to fire back

From NBC's Andrea Mitchell
A day after Obama hit Clinton hard in Mississippi, she is going to return the favor in Pennsylvania. Clinton is going to hammer Obama this afternoon in Harrisburg, Pa., according to prepared speech excerpts released by her campaign.

She will go after him on issues that started to work for her in Ohio, and the campaign thinks could have similar impact on voters in Pennsylvania -- NAFTA, Iraq, Energy and being true to his promises.

Examples show she's following up on the Goolsbee-Canadian government issue and on Samantha Power. See below:

"The true test comes when it's time to match rhetoric with results," Clinton will say. "And unfortunately, we've seen that Senator Obama's promises and speeches are often just words." …

"On the campaign trail, Sen. Obama talks about clean energy. But in the Senate, he voted for Dick Cheney's energy bill loaded with new tax breaks for oil companies. When he faced a tough choice, his support for a clean energy future turned out to be just words." …

"It's like how he talks about fixing NAFTA. But his top economic adviser assured the Canadian government that he wouldn't really follow through. His position? Just words." …
 
"Senator Obama promises to withdraw from Iraq within 16 months. But his top foreign policy adviser said he's not really going to rely on that plan. I guess that plan is just words, too." …

"We need a president who will solve problems, who will fight for our families long after the speeches are over and the cameras are gone. That's the choice in this campaign: Solutions you can rely on -- versus words you can't."

*** UPDATE *** The Obama campaign responds this way: "Proving once again that she will say and do anything to win this election, Senator Clinton today has unleashed a kitchen sink of distorted and discredited attacks that she knows aren't true. Barack Obama isn't about to be lectured on words from someone who's actions spoke much louder when she voted against renewable fuels and higher CAFÉ standards until she started running for President, championed NAFTA as good for America until she started running for President, and supported George Bush's disastrous war in Iraq until she started running for President. 

"The fact is, the energy bill that Senator Clinton is using to score cheap political points actually raised taxes on oil companies and made the largest investment in renewable energy in our nation's history, including the tax credit that's kept the wind industry afloat and helped create jobs like the ones at the plant Barack Obama is visiting today.  If Senator Clinton wants to have an honest debate about why she voted against that bill, we're happy to have it, but she owes the voters of Pennsylvania more than same old attack politics that Americans have already rejected across the country."