Spurring new talk of a Hillary Clinton run for president in 2016, the head man for Hillary PAC announced a new effort to “show support” for Clinton in 2016 by launching new bumper stickers that read “I’m Ready For Hillary.”
Former U.S. General Wes Clark, the face of Hillary PAC, announced that Hillary PAC is launching a renewed effort to put Hillary Clinton in the limelight for the upcoming 2016 Democratic primary contest for President of the United States.
“Grassroots movements happen when neighbors talk to neighbors and tell them to get involved,” Clark said to supporters.
And the best way to show that support? Clark and Hillary PAC say that slapping a Hillary bumper sticker on your car is a good idea.
“Hillary has what it takes to be the next President of the United States,” Clark insists. “But today, as she decides whether to run, she needs to see our support.”
Super PACs, of course, are barred by law from working directly with the candidates they support.
Hillary Clinton has made no announcements about her interests in running for president in 2016, but if she were to win the Democratic nomination and the subsequent national election, she would be one of the oldest presidents to ever take office.
Questions over Hillary’s health, however, would be paramount in another run for president. She has had at least two blood clot issues since 1995.