Hmmm. So there was some more back-and-forth on plagiarism this morning between the Obama and Clinton camps, as we wrote about earlier.
But now THIS VIDEO more clearly shows Clinton using language similar to that used by former Sen. John Edwards, D-NC, just recently.
Some posters below point out that Clinton took her shot last night at Obama’s use of Patricks language — "that isn’t change you can believe in, it’s change you can Xerox" — and yet in the very same debate she used language similar to Edwards’, proving rampant hypocrisy.
Of course, remember that the Clinton campaign has attempted to set a higher bar for her on the plagiarism front, claiming Obama’s the one who makes his campaign about rhetoric.
UPDATE: The Clinton campaign points out on its "FACT HUB" that this "I’m gonna be fine" construct is hardly the property of Mr. Edwards, having been used by great orators ranging from Lindsay Lohan to Fightin’ Irishman Tom Zbikowski. Time to move on from all this, I think.