RNC Launches Anti-Hillary Ad Campaign

Monday, 16 Jun 2014 05:49 PM

By Lisa Degnen

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The Republican National Committee has launched a unique fundraising initiative called "Another Clinton in the White House is nuts."

The Hill reports that the advertising asks: "Think another Clinton in the White House is nuts? We do too."

The RNC also has created a 34-second advertisement with someone in a squirrel costume running through its headquarters. "STOP HILLARY," the ad concludes, the Hill reports.

According to the RNC's website: "Hillary and Bill Clinton are the epitome of career politicians — jumping from job to job, clawing their way to the top, and clinging to the liberal big-spenders who will stock their bank accounts."

"From her out-of-touch comments about being "dead broke" to her squirrely answers on Benghazi, this time Hillary Clinton is climbing up the wrong tree."

Fans are then prompted to donate as little as $5 to get a bumper sticker with the new adage on it.

The former secretary of state is on a national tour to promote her memoir "Hard Choices," which many critics say is the pre-emptive strike before throwing her hat into the ring.

A super-PAC called "Ready for Hillary" is inviting fans to "Get on the Bus" and is selling "Ready for Hillary" dog collars for $20.16.

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