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Hillary's Criticism of Big Business Causes Backlash

La Opinion, Posted: Jun 03, 2008

LOS ANGELES Hillary Clinton has been under fire from both big corporations and her own political party as the general elections near. The Democratic Party has shown favorable attention to Senator Obama while giving dismal attention to Senator Clinton, according to commentator Jorge Marquez in Spanish-language La Opinion. Senator Clinton has openly disapproved of big corporations, which has generated a backlash from deep-pocket supporters and media outlets, he says. This is why Senator Clinton is slacking in the polls. She doesn't support big corporations and they don't support her.

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