DALLAS (AP) - A Dallas businessman is hoping that humor will be a potent weapon against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Richard H. Collins has raised millions of dollars the last three decades for Republicans. He's hoping to turn the tide against the Democratic presidential front-runner with a Web site. The Web site is called StopHerNow.com.
Collins is a community newspaper publisher and online education entrepreneur.
Collins says, "While there is a place for negative advertising, we've heard so much of it that we're almost immune to name-calling. But we're always eager to hear a new joke. Humor can be an effective political tool."
Democratic activists though are convinced that the anti-Hillary zealots will create more sympathy than antipathy for the target of their attacks.
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