Remember, on the night the latest war supplemental was up for a vote, when Clinton and Obama seemed to circle each other on the Senate floor to see how the other would vote before voting themselves? Olbermann asked Obama why he waiting for so long, and Obama defended the substance of his vote.

Then Dodd was asked to explain why he called Obama's foreign policy musings "confusing and confused."

Obama's response: "I find it amusing that those who help to authorize and engineer the biggest foreign policy disaster in a generation are now criticizing me for making sure we're on the right battlefield."

Then Hillary Clinton was given 30 seconds to respond.

"It is a big mistake to telegraph that and destabilize the Musharrif regime which is fighting for its life against Taliban extremist.

Then she said:


"You can think big, but remember, you shouldn't always say everything you think if you're running for president, because they could have consequences."



You would have thought Rex Grossman had just thrown a pick.

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