ABC News’ Eloise Harper reports: At a rally in an outdoor square in Ft. Worth, Texas, this afternoon, Sen. Hillary Clinton jabbed rival Sen. Barack Obama about his speeches.
"People say, ‘She’s so specific. She should just come and transport us and make us feel good.’ I could do that, but I want you to know what I would do as your president, instead of saying, ‘I was at that speech, it sure made me feel good, but I don’t have a clue about what you’re going to do,’" she said.
Clinton also pleaded with Texans to work with her.
"I’m asking to enter into a contract with you," she said. "You give me the vote and the trust that comes with the confidence that represents, and I give you my best effort every single day to translate all these speeches into action, because there is a big difference between speeches and solutions."
Clinton spoke about how she always knew Texas would be important.
"I’ve always believed that Texans have a real sense of what it took to have a president, somebody who would be able to stand up for our values and our interests," she said, before taking a jab at President Bush. "I know you’re going to have to take President Bush back. He has a right to come home."