Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama continued his not-so-subtle criticisms of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton during a quick fundraising jaunt to Texas today.
In an obvious, albeit unspoken, reference to the Clinton campaign, Obama said "triangulating and poll testing positions because we're worried about what (Republican candidates) ... might say about us just won't do."
It was one of a series of veiled jabs at the New York senator during the $25-a-ticket fundraiser at a chilly and soggy outdoor event west of Austin, Texas.
The Illinois senator also attended private fundraisers in Austin and Houston today.
While Texas isn't a hot campaign state yet, presidential candidates have been flocking there to raise money.
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