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New 'draft Hillary' robo-call plays throughout U.S

New 'draft Hillary' robo-call plays throughout U.S

Hillary Clinton could renounce her citizenship to prove she's not running for president in 2012 and her supporters would still push her to challenge President Barack Obama. She says no, time and time again, but they keep pushing.

The latest push comes in the form of a mysterious robo-call at the beginning of this week heard in Maryland, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida, New York and Arizona.

The call suggests that if Clinton were president, "[t]he Wall Street robber barons would be jailed, young people could afford college and find jobs and 6 million homeowners wouldn’t face foreclosure." People hearing the message are urged to sign a petition to draft Clinton at this rinky-dink site RunHillary2012.net.

It's still a mystery as to who or what organization is commissioning the calls, according to the Washington Post.

Listen to the message at the Washington Post.

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