You know who was “Ready for Hillary”? Ambassador Christopher Stevens.
That didn’t work out so well for him.
I can’t wait to not order my t-shirt:
Ready… for what, exactly? To screw up your job, get a U.S. ambassador and three other loyal Americans killed, and lie about every single aspect of it? You don’t need to tell us that, Hill. You’ve already proven you’re ready for that.
Well, at least now we know why Bill did what he did. She gave him that smile, she was ready, and he was not.
I’m with Matt Lewis on this creepy-ass “Ready for Hillary” branding:
One can see how females of a certain age might embrace the Hillary imagery, but I don’t see this merchandise flying off the shelf like Obama’s gear. And while that might seem trivial, it’s fairly important for a party that relies on buzz, youthful ignorance, and a “cool” factor, in order to win elections.
Twitchy has collected some examples of the only rational response: fascinated disgust and revulsion.
Oh my god the attempt to shift the creepy pop art cult from Obama to Hillary is going to be horrific and amazing.
— S.M (@redsteeze) June 25, 2013
— Jon Gabriel (@ExJon) June 25, 2013
Of course, this is just the VRWC trying to keep a woman (who isn’t a dumb Republican snowbilly with an annoying accent and like 15 kids) out of the White House.
It’s a done deal, people. Submit to the inevitable.
You love Big Sister.
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) June 26, 2013