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Sounds Like a Swan Song

She didn't cry, but Hillary Clinton ended the CNN debate tonight with emotional "no matter what happens" sort of talk.

From the transcript: "You know, the hits I've taken  in my life are nothing compared to what goes on every single day in the lives of people across our country. And, I resolved at a very young age that I'd been blessed, and that I was called by my faith and my upbringing to do what I could to give others the same opportunities and blessings that I took for granted. That's what gets me up in the morning. That's what motivates me in this campaign and, and you know, no matter what happens in this contest, and I am honored, I am honored to be here with Barack Obama. I am absolutely honored. And you know, whatever happens, we're going to be fine. You know, we have strong support from our families and our friends. I just hope we'll be able to say the same thing about the American people, and that's what this election should be about."
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