Problem is, Hillary Clinton didn't approve the ad nor is she behind the ad and hasn't even hinted that she would run a presidential campaign to replace Barack Obama.
The commercial was paid for by a Chicago dentist named William DeJean.
When asked why he put the ad up, DeJean told CNN Thursday that "I'm a dentist and I don't think this country is headed in the right direction."
Regarding Clinton, DeJean says "I think she is the most qualified."
DeJean adds that he thinks people are having buyer's remorse about President Barack Obama and says the current administration is ruining the Democratic Party. He says he spent $5,000 to create the commercial and tells CNN that besides New Orleans, the ad will run in Washington, New York and Los Angeles, and possible Houston. DeJean says he chose to first run the ad in New Orleans because he's a native of the city and because the city's in the news due to the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
"I didn't expect to see any ads about 2012 before the midterms in 2010, although this will likely not be a big TV buy, Mr. DeJean clearly is motivated to see change," says Evan Tracey, Campaign Media Analysis Group and CNN's consultant on political TV ad spending.
She has more experience working in and with the White House than most living presidents. She is one of the most admired women in our nation's history. Let's make sure the president we should have elected in 2008 will be on the ballot in 2012. Hillary 2012: Hillary Clinton for President. Start now.
Where there's a Hill there's a way.
After the chaos that ensued between Obama and Clinton before, this would be very entertaining, although as recently as February Hillary has stated "I am very proud to support Barack Obama and I will continue to support Barack Obama."
Still, with many Obama supporters suffering from buyer's remorse, I have no doubt that Hillary is looking pretty good to some of them right about now.
Let the games begin!!!