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Courtesy StopHerNow.com

With the nearest 2008 presidential primaries still about a year away, Republican opponents of Hillary Clinton have launched a humorous website they hope derails her nomination – a nomination, they fear, could be a guaranteed first step to the presidency.

Funded with a $200,000 donation from Dallas businessman and Republican contributor Richard Collins, according to the London Telegraph, StopHerNow.com announces its mission as “rescuing America from the radical ideas of Hillary Clinton”:

StopHerNow is intent on revealing to the American public the truth about just who Hillary Clinton really is. We’re out to expose her as a confirmed left-wing radical and life-long liberal who long ago sold her soul to the divisive, radical and ultra-liberal special interest groups who see everyone as “victims” and want to use your tax dollars and the power of the state to make things right.

As an experienced political chameleon, Hillary Clinton is already beginning a massive makeover campaign where she will try to make her look “mainstream” while hiding her extreme left-leaning agenda of government-run national health insurance, sky high taxes, and giving felons the right to vote.

All of America has a tremendous stake in this effort, especially our courageous soldiers overseas. The Clintons national defense policies left us weak and vulnerable in a dangerous and hostile world.

The website features links to news stories about the Clinton campaign and a weekly cartoon poking fun at the former First Lady.

StopHerNow also features a satirical weekly animated flash-media movie – “The Hillary Show” – where Clinton interviews left-leaning guests like Sen. John Kerry, Barbra Streisand and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi who twice calls Hillary a witch. Clinton is joined in each episode by Howard Dean who serves as her Ed McMahon-style announcer.

The talk-show format has Hillary and her guests blasting each other with charges Republicans make against them all. The interviews conclude with Clinton hitting her guests over the head with a giant mallet – “Hillary’s Hammer.”


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