Is this the Hillary campaign’s idea of her becoming more warm and fuzzy?

Via Weekly Standard:

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton mocked her Republican rivals for the White House for being unable to name an “American woman” worthy of going on the $10 dollar bill—and then was unable to name one such woman herself. caught up with the former secretary of state in Washington Monday and asked if Maya Angelou or Rosa Parks should replace Alexander Hamilton on the ten. “I was sort of amazed that the Republicans couldn’t think of one American woman,” Clinton replied. As TMZ noted, that wasn’t true, since when asked at last week’s CNN debate, a few candidates named Parks and Susan B. Anthony, Americans both. Still, Clinton boasted that “I could give them a really long list” of potential candidates for the bill.

So which ones? The TMZ reporter pressed her to name “a good person,” but Clinton wouldn’t say. “There’s a lot of them,” she said….

Video via TMZ

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  1. strider says:

    It should be Hillary of course. With “I’m OK you’re OK” on the front and “Have a nice day” on the back.

  2. Vintageport says:

    What a train wreck! This campaign will go down as a testament of what NOT to do.

  3. Cathode Rays says:

    Astounding. She could have come up with one she channeled: Eleanor Roosevelt. Or did she forget that lie?

  4. Piquerish says:

    Okay – a good compromise to assuage the angst of the gender dividers, if I may: Put Caitlyn Jenner on the bloody bill. BTW, Hamilton should STAY on the Tenspot for all sorts of proper historic reasons. Rather, stick Cousin Brucie’s mug on the Twenty and send Jefferson packing. After all, the PC maniacs of the left now have disowned their putative founder. How sweet and becoming that would be – Jenner über Jefferson. Ah, it veritably sings!

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