AUSTIN, Texas (CNN) - "Change you can Xerox," Clinton just said.She is trying to continue making the plagiarism charge - that Obama lifted a portion of a speech from Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick - an issue.But that line seemed contrived to me.And Obama clearly enjoyed the plagiarism question, using it as an opportunity to portray the charge as an example of the "silliness" of Washington he is battling.Related: Watch Obama defend plagiarism charges
–CNN Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider
I disagree with Dr. ROy. If she were fighting back she wouldn't have dropped it like a hot rock when the audience "booed" her.
George in Georgia you are right and I am very afraid of Hillary care. I don't want another government slush fund for them to raid and take us into another war. I want them to leave my check along as it is.
He said what he had to say. Hillary kept trying but "O" let it go...nice.
Unfortuantely she did not realize the person he got the quote from is his advocate and is working with him. It is not Plagerism if you have the permission of the author to say it in the context that he did.
He took her attack and rose above it and made her look silly in the mean time...
Hillary is being absolutely petty on her "plagarism" charge against Obama. She needs to drop the issue!!
Hillary is as fake as Mccain's wife's smile after a botox injection. The comment was a dud. Obama looks like the better leader by far.
George in Georgia: I am hearing you. That was one that got by the cabbage heads.
Obama's best quip here would have been. "Hillary that sure is a cute little attack line ("change you can xerox"). I'm guessing one of your advisors spent a lot of time writing coming up with that "change" one-liner for you. Meanwhile, my advisors & I have been working for change for the American people.... " It was nice to see that not only did the audience not applaud the lame one-liner but there even seemed to be some boos.
The best political team is backing Clinton
Barack is a brilliant orator. She can't touch him on this. She should move on. I loved that he pointed out his winning streaks, Texas endorsements, and his millions of supporters not being "delusional."
Does he not get tired of his own words? He just rambles on and on.
Why does he always have to have the last word on everything?
a poor question, trying to start a fight between the new kid and the bully on the playground
Hillary please drop it. It is clear what happen and defensible. Obama's response makes sense. She is so desperate it shows!!!!!! When will she just go home
she keeps trying to push it, but the guy already said that the person that wrote the 2 lines is on his campaign chair so how the hell is that bad?
shes just pissed because no one would want to write a song about any of her tired retoric
I feel that the "zerox" comment was a weak attempt at a "one-liner" to dominate headlines.
Clinton has really dodged many questions. Barack will not be ready?? She sounded like "tricky Dick"
The fact of the matter is that if you really looked at what Deval Patrick has done in MA with his whole preaching of change and look at the same thing Barack is pushing – you'd be in Clinton's corner quickly. Deval hasn't done half the changes he preached about. Barack is doing just the same thing. Throwing useless rhetoric out there and everyone's in some sort of dillusion with him. People really should look at MA and see just how much damage putting in an inexperienced candidate can do to our country!
The mile-high Teflon Kid spouting self-evident truths strikes again!
My baloney has a first name it's O-B-A-M-A.
Wake up America!
um uh um uh stutter, stutter.....
The Boos said it all.
Obama nailed it..........Hilary came off sounding childish and petty!
Obama was recycling Clinton's words as soon as she finished !!!
Of course it will be negative front page news....it was a negative comment! Can't you tell by the way the audience booed her?
Hillary needs to take lessons from Barack on how to speak without using the "I" word every other sentence.
It is evident she is losing this battle and is not the person America needs to bring this country back to what it used to be.
We all need change and we all need dreams, which is apparent by the young voters supporting him. Iam a young "60" and feel inspired that we have a candidate like Mr Obama.