A Hillary/Beyoncé ticket? Chicagoan already has bumper stickers

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For one Chicago woman, it’s not a matter of if Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2016. It’s just a matter of who her running mate will be. And if Laurel Kate Sittig has her way, it’ll be Beyoncé.

And Kate has already made a number of Hillary/Beyoncé 2016 bumper stickers, if you want to jump on that bandwagon as well.

I think Hillary (Clinton) is an amazing person, Sitting told The Hill. And I was like, well, who would run with Hillary? Then I thought, Beyoncé’s pretty cool. And she has that song, ‘Run the World (Girls).’ So I thought she’d be down to, like, help run the world — or the U.S. at least.

Sitting’s one-woman campaign hasn’t caught fire yet, having only sold about 50 bumper stickers. However, the timing could be right to boost those numbers, with Clinton in Chicago today.

Sitting insists she’s on to something, saying the two are a perfect combination.

“It seems like Beyoncé’s a better dancer,” Sitting said. “But it seems like Hillary has more experience in politics.”

It’s hard to argue with the dancing critique.

Via The Hill

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