Tuesday, December 18, 2007
DUNLAP, Iowa - Standing atop a stage in a livestock auction barn, Democrat likened the experience to her quest to woo undecided voters in the closing days before 's pivotal caucuses.
"I've been to cattle barns before and sales before, in , but I've never felt like I was the one that was being bid on," Clinton told a crowd in western Iowa. "I know you're going to inspect me. You can look inside my mouth if you want. I hope by the end of my time with you I can make the case for my candidacy and to ask you to consider caucusing for me."