On Mass. campaign trail, National Review catches up with the UN Envoy to Haiti 

Robert Costa of National Review ran into Bill Clinton in Massachusetts today and spoke with him as he stumped for Democratic Senate candidate Martha Coakley:

When I told him that some had been critical of his decision to stump for Coakley while hundreds of thousands are still trapped under rubble, he responded with annoyance: “Who?” he challenged, “who is criticizing me? It’s your problem if you can’t see how these things aren’t mutually exclusive.” Electing Coakley, he said, will “help lead to good governance” that will support Haiti while it rebuilds.

That's some logic.

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