Monday, June 16, 2014

GOP Uses French Squirrel Mascot For Hillary Clinton Smearing Campaign

Posted By on Mon, Jun 16, 2014 at 6:54 PM

The smell of mud is in the air. The GOP has created this Sports Center inspired 35 second spot to show off the $866.18 French squirrel mascot that's against the notion of Hillary Clinton running for President. We find this premature campaign odd because Hillary hasn't announced that she's running for anything, yet.


Clinton told  Stern magazine that she would everything in her power to make sure that the United States will have a female president, even if she's not the woman for the job.
"I don't know if that means I will be the person to make it happen. I just have to factor that into my decision making."
Considering Clinton's high approval ratings, the GOP might have to step up their mascot game.

(H/T The Hill and Gawker)

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