Ardent Dentist-Admirer of ‘Hillary Clinton: ‘Where There’s a Hill There’s a Way’ (Video)

September 3, 2010

(ChattahBox Political News)—This campaign season is already kooky enough, with the specter of a group of not-ready-for-primetime teabagger candidates, trying to outdo each other on right-wing states’ rights extremism. So, a Chicago-area dentist a tad obsessed with Hillary Clinton producing a Hillary for President 2012 ad, shouldn’t raise a single eyebrow. You might wonder though, why dentist William DeJean did it? Luckily, CNN already asked and his answer is deceptively simple. “I’m a dentist and I don’t think this country is headed in the right direction,” DeJean explained. That’s really all you need to know. Because I’m a writer and I think Labor Day weekend is overrated.

DeJean said the campaign ad cost about $5,000 to produce. Why is he running it in Louisiana? There is a simple answer to that question as well. “DeJean says he chose to first run the ad in New Orleans because he’s a native of the city and because the city’s in the news due to the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.”

The hokey, very majestic ad ends with a strange looking image of Hillary Clinton.

The ad touts Clinton’s experience. “She has more experience working in and with the White House than most living presidents. She is one of the most admired women in our nation’s history. Let’s make sure the president we should have elected in 2008 will be on the ballot in 2012. Hillary 2012: Hillary Clinton for President. Start now. Where there’s a Hill there’s a way.”

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed no desire to jump once again, into the presidential campaign fray.

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