- The Washington Times - Monday, January 6, 2014

Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign’s rented out its email list to the new super PAC, Ready for Hillary – and the PAC sent out free bumper sticker promos to her subscribers with a seemingly pro-presidential slogan: “I’m Ready for Hillary.”

Time magazine reported Ready for Hillary PAC sent out the bumper sticker offer to all the addresses on its rented email list on Sunday. And the return address? [email protected], Time reported.

Still, supporters of the former first lady are trying to downplay the message that she’s decided on a run. The super PAC may be in existence to lay the groundwork for a Mrs. Clinton run – but a spokesman for the group said the rented email list doesn’t translate into an actual announcement.

“[We] rented the hillaryclinton.com email list to connect with her past supporters,” PAC spokesman Seth Bringman told Time.

Meanwhile, the Blaze reported the Drudge Report was first to post an email from Gen. Wesley Clark – a staunch Clinton family supporter – as he jumped aboard the bumper sticker promotional bandwagon with an emailed statement: “Hillary has what it takes to be the next president of the United States. But today, as she decides whether to run, she needs to see our support.

“Now is the time to get our support for Hillary organized and ready for 2016. Claim your free sticker: Proudly put your support for Hillary on display and tell your friends to do the same.”

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