“I understand that you and your fellow Republican candidates for president were questioning my record of accomplishment at your last debate, so I thought you might enjoy reading my book,”-Hillary Clinton “personalized” letter to all but one of the GOP presidential candidates.
This is brilliant:
The Democrat’s campaign sent a copy of her memoir Hard Choices to each of the Republican presidential candidates who appeared in the second GOP debate last month.
Clinton sent the books as a joke after thinking that perhaps the Republicans didn’t know about her record from her four-year tenure as secretary of State that they often criticize.
While some GOP candidates responded with additional criticisms and others challenges, Paul’s campaign quickly placed the item on Ebay for bidding, listing it as “brand new.”
“Hillary, your refusal to provide security for our mission in Benghazi should forever preclude you from higher office!” Paul scribbled on the inside of the book below Clinton’s signature.
“Get your own signed copy of a great fiction book!” the listing reads.
Paul is offering the “great work of fiction” along with his own book Taking a Stand (“a great work of non fiction”) as a bundle in his online campaign store.
Bidding ends Saturday morning. Current bid as I type is $670.00. Who wants it? Might be worth the investment, you never know.
I’m not one of those who has pushed the Benghazi issue; but seriously, what has she accomplished that makes her fit for commander-in-chief?