Child Featured in Hillary's "3 am Phone Call" Commercial Supports Obama [VIDEO]

From the New Argument:


Casey Knowles, a High School Senior in Washington state, recently discovered she was one of the sleeping children in Clinton's controversial "Children" ad appearing prior to the Texas primaries.
Knowles, a supporter of Barack Obama was shocked that she had contributed to the national security message of a candidate that she passionately opposes.
When asked by The New Argument, this is what Knowles had to say about her appearance in Clinton's ad:
"While I love Hillary, I would much rather hear Barack Obama's voice at the other end of the phone at 3am.
Read more of the interview with Casey Knowles

h/t The Huffington Post

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