Hillary Clinton’s pal Carville would ‘be all for’ her appearing in risque adApril 17th, 2009 - 2:26 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, April 17 (ANI): A long-time friend of Hillary Clinton jokingly said during an online radio show that he would have no qualms about the U.S. Secretary of State appearing in a risque promotional advertising campaign to make one million dollars to pay off the bills left over from her unsuccessful presidential bid.
James Carville’s comment came while the show, sponsored by the Internet domain name registry and website-hosting firm Go Daddy, was being taped.
“If Hillary Clinton would be a Go Daddy Girl … and do a cameo in one of our commercials, I’ll give her a million bucks,” Politico.com quoted Go Daddy founder Bob Parsons as having proposed to Carville.
A chuckling Carville said: “Something tells me that they’re probably not going to go for it. I think the lawyers in the State Department. You know, they like, they piss on every fire. You know what I mean?”
Parsons persisted and told Carville: “I like the ring of Secretary of State and Go Daddy Girl, Hillary Clinton.”
Carville replied: “Look, I’d be all for it, but I wouldn’t write the check just yet.”
The company is known for its racy television ads, including a 2005 Super Bowl commercial parodying Janet Jackson’s infamous 2004 “wardrobe malfunction” that was pulled from rebroadcast. (ANI)
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