Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton said Thursday that isn't concerned by her rivals' campaigns or their efforts to gang up on her.
She told Fox News that being the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination does have its advantages.
"As a friend of mine said, 'When you get to be our age, having all these men obsessed by you is not all that bad,'" she said.
Clinton also said: "I don't run anybody else's campaign, they have to run their own campaign but I have made it very clear that when I am president, we will begin to withdraw from Iraq. I have a plan to do that. I also have been careful to say that we have to be responsible in how we do it because obviously we will be facing all kinds of dangers that we unfortunately will inherit from this president's failed policies." "I have so much Republican support, so much independent support across the country because people come to me as Republicans and say I didn't sign up for all of this, I didn't sign up for us to be back in deficits and debt. I didn't sign up for our government to be incompetent in responding to (hurricanes) Katrina and Rita, didn't sign up for this war that doesn't seem to have any kind of plan that will lead us toward getting out." "I don't consider myself a front-runner. I run as though I am 10 or 20 points behind and I am going to keep doing that. ... I just keep working as hard as I possibly can until the votes are counted."
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