All statements involving Hillary Clinton

It doesn't make sense "historically" to drop out because the 1968 race was still competitive when "Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California."

"The White House is won in the swing states, and I am winning the swing states."

"If West Virginia had voted for our Democratic nominee in 2000 and 2004, we wouldn't have had to put up with George Bush for the last 7 years."

"We borrow money from the Chinese to buy oil from the Saudis."

"If you are driving on average in America this summer, you'll save — according to Department of Energy figures — about $70."

There are prototype cars that get between 100 and 150 miles per gallon and "we could have those cars in your garages in a couple of years."

Tax rates were significantly higher "in the '40s, the '50s, and the '60s."

Every family health insurance policy has "a $900 hidden tax" to subsidize health care costs of the uninsured.

"A year ago, in March 2007, I called for immediate action to address abuses in the subprime market, and I laid out detailed concrete proposals for how to do so."

Hillary Clinton advocates "a freeze on foreclosures. Barack Obama said no."

Barack Obama's health care plan "will cost taxpayers $1,700 more to cover each new person."

"More than one person, on average, a day is murdered in Philadelphia."

"Barack Obama accepted $200,000 from executives and employees of oil companies."

"Obama voted for the Bush-Cheney energy bill that put $6-billion in the pocket of big oil."

"Again today (Ahmadinejad) made light of 9/11, and said that he's not even sure it happened and that people actually died."

Obama served on a board with former Weather Underground member William Ayers and "that relationship with Mr. Ayers on this board continued after 9/11."

"My husband didn't wrap up the nomination until June."

"I did very well with young people in Ohio, Massachusetts, California."

"I actually started criticizing the war in Iraq before (Obama) did."

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