Skip to comments.Washington Post Advertises "Sexy Photos" of Hillary Clinton
Posted on 07/30/2007 7:27:39 PM PDT by kristinn
The Washington Post recently came under fire for publishing an article about Sen. Hillary Clinton's display of cleavage on the Senate floor. Clinton's campaign was so outraged they put out a fundraising letter complaining that Hillary was being judged by her appearance.
Well, it looks like The Post isn't backing down. At the bottom of an article posted on WashingtonPost.com about a speech by former President Bill Clinton at the Democratic Leadership Council today, an advertisement touting "sexy photos" of Hillary Clinton was displayed in an ad block:
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Sexy Hillary Clinton
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Learn Little-Known Facts About The Fascinating Life of Bill Clinton.
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Hillary should capitalize on this controversy by doing a spread in Playboy.
Ahhh, with all due respect to you, sir...I decline!!
If it's not right for people to talk about it, then it's not right to show it..... HILLARY.
Why not Hustler instead? Mr. Flynt is a huge supporter of the Clintons, might as well take care of one’s friends.
Whoever wrote that was in prison, and conjugal deprived, for a very very very very very long time.
Hustler is for the little people.
Any “sexy” photos of Ruth “Buzzi” Ginsburg? ROTFL! Doesn’t take much to get the lefties all turned on these days.
Sexy pictures of Hillary should be put into bottles and tossed into the oceans. any bottle washing up on the beach of isolated islands, could remind lonely castaways that things could be a whole lot worse.
Now that I think of it, Hustler might be a better choice. Flynt would no doubt make her look like a C cup—or even better.
Somewhere in the vast pictorial catalogue of human history and imagination there are sexy photos of Jabba the Hut hidden away...will they ever see the light of day?
Like a C cup of what? ;-)
Thanks, I’ll go to scrub out my mind now...
Rancid Lard in a fleshy colored Saran Wrap bag?
Sorry Kristinn. Those ads have nothing to do with Wapo. They are Google Ads. The advertiser created the ads. Google's algorithm determined they were relevant to this page due to the content of the article. Washington Post had / has no idea they are there, or what the content of the ads are.
I did not dare look but it might be worth saving in case I am poisoned and need to induce vomiting.
They left out the “photoshop” part of the ad.
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