The Republican National Committee criticized Sen. Clinton on Thursday for her outrageous comments about school vouchers (vouchers=Jihad).
RNC spokesman Tracey Schmitt said, "Such inflammatory language reminds voters that Hillary Clinton has more in common with Michael Moore and Howard Dean than she does with most Americans. By taking the low road rather than engaging in a substantive debate, the junior senator from New York reveals motives that are steeped in partisanship and short on the facts."
Hillary actually made almost the same exact remarks when she was on the campaign trail in 2000, except she only went so far as to say that school vouchers would promote White Supremacist schools, which goes to show how much she was thinking about Islamic terrorism back then.
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