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Sweet special: Obama tells Boston Globe editors he's a $100 million start-up and Clinton is Microsoft.

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WASHINGTON--Barack Obama hit Boston for fund-raisers and a visit with the Boston Globe. Report on Boston Globe blog LINK

Excerpt from Boston Globe Foon Rhee, deputy national political editor:

"Obama also dismissed doubts that he lacks experience as a chief executive, saying launching his candidacy was akin to launching a $100 million start-up against the "Microsoft of Democratic politics" -- the Clinton campaign -- and raising more money than his main rival and creating a better on-the-ground organization."

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The support for Hillary Clinton in our Latino community continues to grow,”" Hillary, is commitment to public service continues today. Whether it's fighting for universal health care, making college more accessible or creating better job opportunities, her record on issues important to Latinos speaks for itself. I am proud to support Hillary, and to be joined by such a strong group of leaders working on her behalf.” I support Hillary Clinton because she is the candidate that will help create opportunities to empower our communities across America I will pull a meeting together with the Latino Community at East Boston so we can activate this important base I am proud to stand and offer my help, voice my energy and my commitment to make Hillary Clinton the next President of the United State

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