ABC News’ Eloise Harper reports: In the middle of Manhattan’s Time Square, Senator Clinton got a surprise visitor to her Fundraiser/Town Hall meeting – retired General Wesley Clark. Gen. Clark who has recently endorsed Clinton, was in the neighborhood at Barnes and Noble promoting his new book, before he dropped in on the Senator and Governor Vilsack.
"Enough about me," Clinton sighed after a generous introduction from Clark. The low dollar fundraiser in New York for over a thousand people, prompted Senator Clinton to deliver one of her longest Town Hall meetings, with topics ranging from her recent health care proposal to the situation in Darfur. Speaking about Iraq and the measures Democrats are taking in the congress, she said "you can always tell when the republicans are restless – because the Vice President’s motorcade pulls into the Capitol. Darth Vader emerges. And honestly I’m not invited to their meetings I don’t know what he says or does."
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Gen. Clark compared Petraeus’ situation to that of a quarterback asked to come half-way into the fourth quarter, with the game 20 points down, in the rain, and told to just “throw and throw and throw.” Clinton said of Petraeus: “he is an extraordinary leader, a man worthy of our respect and our admiration he was given a very difficult in my view unachievable task.”