Hillary Clinton has fought children and families all her career. But don’t take my word for it. That information comes straight from the horse’s … er — mouth, which is to say her campaign’s official announcement to the press contained a rather troublesome Freudian slip, which some are optimistically calling a typo.
Then there is the matter of her logo, which appears below:
The similarities between this and the symbol on the roadside sign for “hospital next right” (below) has been pointed out by several Twitter users.
If that connection is infelicitous, how about the logo’s similarity to a run-of-the-mill stock image?
#HillaryClinton: Years of planning and millions spent, and all I got was this lousy stock logo http://t.co/PvA854mk92 pic.twitter.com/pOJPezaw7Q
— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) April 12, 2015
The National Review’s Greg Pollowitz finds that liberal presidential logos, when combined, yield unexpected — and undesirable —results:
is it sexist to do a side-by-side comparison of the Hillary “H” to the Obama “O”? pic.twitter.com/NBSqPeex6C — Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) April 12, 2015
Ultimately, the tweet that gets most to the heart of the matter of candidate Clinton’s problems is this one by Garry Kasparov:
Hillary Clinton’s problem isn’t her logo. It’s how to distance herself from catastrophic Obama foreign policy she helped build as Sec State.
— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) April 12, 2015