That’s funny, the same thing happens to be at the thought of her becoming president.
The powerful National Automobile Dealers Association is facing a backlash over its choice of Hillary Rodham Clinton as the keynote speaker for its big annual convention.
At least a dozen dealers are raising objections about the former secretary of state and possible 2016 Democratic presidential contender as the keynoter at the NADA convention in January. One dealer says he’s not only going to boycott the confab in New Orleans, but is canceling his membership, Automotive News reports.
“When I see the announcement that the ‘Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton’ will be giving the keynote address, the hair on my back just sticks up,” the News quotes Jon Lind, general manager of a Ford-Lincoln dealership in Burlington, Colo., as saying.
Naturally she’s getting paid, but won’t say how much, of course. Transparency!
Her speaking fee was not disclosed.