"It is regrettable that any of our supporters on both sides, because we've both had that experience, say things that kind of veer off into the personal," she said. "We ought to keep this on the issues. There are differences between us. There are differences between our approaches on health care, on energy, on our experience, on our results that we've produced for people. That's what this campaign should be about."
And that’s supposed to be a repudiation of Ferraro’s comments?
What’s fascinating is that, looking at the earliest breakdown of the voting in Mississippi, racism and religious prejudice still work their special magic over the US electorate. It’s that, or Republicans are working hard to get Hillary Clinton nominated. Either way, John McCain must be taking heart.