Billboard With “Ultimate Insult to Hillary” Jams Traffic


One of the reasons Hillary Clinton’s political career is such a joke is because she made herself famous as the First Lady whose husband had a very public affair with an intern while she stood by and let him. Considering that, a new billboard that has libs up in arms actually seems pretty fitting.

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FOX 32 News Chicago

An online dating service for married people seeking to have affairs has unveiled a new billboard in Chicago featuring Hillary Clinton. Ouch!

The controversial company with the tagline, “Life is Short. Have an Affair,” shows Clinton holding a finger to her lips with the caption: “Harder Choices…lead to AshleyMadison.com.”

FOX 32 News interviewed Ashley Madison’s CEO Noel Biderman who said that it was fitting to use Clinton because she is seen as an icon for surviving a marital affair.

“It’s not an easy choice. People, women in particular, don’t come to affairs lightly. They try and explore alternatives within their relationship. For many it’s a last effort before separation,” Biderman said.

Hillary Clinton milked her husband's presidency -- and notoriety thanks to the Lewinsky affair -- for all it was worth. She can't then turn around and complain when she and Bill Clinton are forever linked to cheating. Ashley Madison may indeed be a tasteless company, but then, since when have the Clintons been paragons of taste and class?

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