Hill-arious: Clinton Campaign Release Says She’s ‘Fought Children and Families All Her Career’

Posted by on Apr 12, 2015 at 5:45 pm

Jesus, what a clownshow.

Hillary Rodham Clinton is running for president, leaning on a message of middle-class rescue and claims that America’s economy is ‘still stacked in favor of those at the top,’ according to a campaign video that went online Sunday afternoon.

‘I’m getting ready to do something,’ Clinton says in the brief ad, following a series of clips of ordinary-looking Americans describing what they’re ‘getting ready’ for.

‘I’m running for president,’ she says.

‘Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion.’

That message is a daring one, given Clinton’s wealth. When she left the U.S. State Department in 2013, her financial disclosure report showed that her combined net worth with her husband was between $5.2 and $25.5 million. Millions more rolled in when she published her memoirs.

Yeah, and nobody read them. Speaking of basic reading ability,:

From her mother’s own childhood – in which she was abandoned by her parents – to her work going door-to-door for the Children’s Defense Fund to her battling to create the Children’s Health Insurance Program, she’s fought children and families all her career.

Embarrassing. Also embarrassing: This stupid logo.

The idiot also tells you to follow a YouTube channel that doesn’t work.

So not ready.

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5 Responses to “Hill-arious: Clinton Campaign Release Says She’s ‘Fought Children and Families All Her Career’”

  1. Marcus T on 13/13/15 at 7:39 am

    What the fuck is up with that logo? In finance a red arrow means a fundamental downward drop in an important measure- like the economy.

    This should be fun.

  2. mike191 on 14/14/15 at 7:34 am

    “Smart Power “on display. I believe she used a van and reaching out to the common people while running for senator in New York State. After her election she wrote some gibberish about it takes a village to raise a child and hawked her book on July 4th in FRANCE.