Hillary Clinton's second presidential campaign (she failed in 2008) has sought to portray the public speaking tycoon as a voice for "everyday Americans." However, everyday Americans have been noticeably absent from Hillary's recent campaign events, given her campaign's insistence on pre-screening the participants.
Via America Rising, here's what happened when an everyday American broke protocol and attempted to ask Hillary for an autograph:
In fairness to Hillary, this commoner has (presumably) never met a sultan or made a six-figure donation to the Clinton Foundation, and almost definitely has driven a (used) car in the last 15 years. The back of the line is where she belongs.
Lucille Bluth approves: