Video: ABC Clinton/Obama Debate from Philadelphia, PA

Here is the entire video of the ABC News Democratic Debate from the National Constitutional Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on April 16th, 2008. It’s in 10 parts hosted on YouTube, they should advance automatically:

Here’s a report on it from Breitbart:

PHILADELPHIA (AP)—The furor over Sen. Barack Obama’s words about bitter voters in small towns looms large as the Democratic front- runner and rival Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton are slated to debate Wednesday just days before the Pennsylvania primary.

The 90-minute debate at the National Constitution Center was the first for the two candidates in two months. They last met in Cleveland on Feb. 26, shortly before Clinton injected new life into her campaign with primary wins in Ohio and Texas.

The meeting will be the 21st debate of the Democratic nominating contest. It also may be the last.

Obama accepted an invitation to debate on Saturday in North Carolina. Clinton said she would debate there on April 27. Neither campaign has agreed on a date. North Carolina holds its primary May 6.

The Philadelphia debate came amid a heated back-and-forth between the two over Obama comments at a private San Francisco fundraiser in which he said residents of small towns cling to religion and guns out of bitterness over their economic plight.

Clinton has called the remarks elitist, while Obama said he chose the wrong words to express the economic insecurity many workers face. Both campaigns are running television ads in Pennsylvania that focus on the flap.

Reflecting the acrimonious tenor of the race, Clinton also criticizes Obama for accepting campaign contributions from oil company executives in a new ad. Obama answered Wednesday with a commercial in which he says he does not accept contributions from federal lobbyists and political action committees, as Clinton does.

So what did you all think? Leave comments below. Also, you can read analysis from Michael and I in this post.