Here come the “Bunnies for Hillary,” hopping down the campaign trail.
Hillary Clinton kicked off the New Hampshire chapter of her 2016 presidential campaign on Monday, and she already has some unexpected supporters.
The women of Nevada’s Moonlite Bunny Ranch, a legal brothel, have teamed up to start a colorful campaign called “Hookers for Hillary,” and they mean business. They have a four-point platform for their endorsement, with an emphasis on health care reform, The Daily Beast reports.
“This is the first time ever that over 500 independent contractors, or as you call it legalized prostitutes, were able to get health care and that’s because of the Affordable Care Act,” Krissy Summers tells the website. “Whether someone agrees with legal prostitution or not it’s not right to take health care away from us. We pay into taxes too.”
It’s easy to see why the “Bunnies” have set their sights on Clinton, who fought for health care reform when she was the First Lady, and who vowed during a recent trip to Iowa to continue trying to improve America’s health care policy.
“If we’re going to have a free market system, we need a free market where we’ve got people competing on cost and quality, and that may be one thing we need to look at,” Clinton, 67, said during her first campaign stop in the Granite State that will host the nation’s first presidential primary of 2016.
And according to the "Hookers for Hillary" website, “The girls have great respect for any woman who can take powerful men from oppressive cultures and make them bend to her will.”
One of the “Bunnies for Hillary,” Air Force Amy, tells The Daily Beast, “I really think it’s the woman behind the man that makes the man, so let’s cut out the middle man and get a woman in office!”
Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof supports the endorsement and he promises that, at the very least, they’ll get more people talking about the 2016 election.
“You’re going to see crazy things,” Hof tells the website. “They’re going to show up at rallies in bikinis. Bunnies for Hillary. They’re going to push the issue and stir it up because when you stir it up you get people thinking and looking at it.”