“Iron My Shirt”

BenSo a “protester” at a Clinton rally in New Hampshire decides to make a scorching political statement on Clinton’s qualifications as a candidate for President.

So what does he focus on: Her ill fated prior attempts at nationalizing health care in the 90s? Her perceived polarizing personality? Her Washington “insider” status?

Nah, he busts out with a sign demanding that someone “Iron My Shirt”, which he repeats vocally. The man is quickly removed, and Clinton states, “As I think has just been abundantly demonstrated, I am also running to break through the highest and hardest glass ceiling.” Good rejoinder, stupid protester.

I’m surprised, however, that we haven’t seen more of this yet in the nomination process. I can only imagine that these things will get even more idiotic if either Clinton or Obama are nominated.

Of course, it could just be that the guy really just needed a shirt ironed and was seeking a large venue to convey this message…

'Iron My Shirt'

Way to go all out on sign design.

(Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Oh, and as an aside, all the rage in comments on this are that this was plant. Was it or not? I could care less. However, some think there is more to the story. It appears that this may be neither a plant nor a true protester, but a couple of radio station hosts. Even more despicable than sexism!

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3 responses to ““Iron My Shirt””

  1. jimsey says :

    Does Gwen iron your weekend boxers?

  2. Mikhail says :

    I miss Ben’s weekend boxers, especially the one’s with the red Hawaiian flowers!

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