April 21, 2008
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama are making their final arguments ahead of Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary.
Clinton is running an ad that marks the first time a Democratic candidate has used Osama bin Laden in a campaign commercial in the 2008 race. The terrorist appears along with images from the stock market crash, the bombing at Pearl Harbor, the collapse of the Berlin Wall and Hurricane Katrina as an announcer tells voters the political contest is for "the most important job in the world."
His campaign is accusing Clinton of playing on voters' fears. Obama tried to end on a positive note after days of escalating accusations against Clinton. He didn't criticize his rival as he spoke with voters in suburban Philadelphia.
Obama has already hinted that Clinton will win Tuesday's primary, but says it will be closer than some people think.
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