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Is Hillary Clinton's Campaign Logo as Bad as Everyone Is Saying? Critics immediately tee off on the design

It wouldn't be an election season without a full-on Internet-fueled art-school-esque critique of a candidate's logo. This week's victim: Hillary Clinton!

Along with her campaign announcement on Sunday, Clinton showed off her new logo—a big blue H with a red arrow striking through it, pointing to the right. Of course, the Internet freaked out and issued a torrent of snark-laden reactions to the design.

Critics commented on everything from the direction the arrow is pointing to other logos it reminds them of (cough, FedEx, cough) and of course made some other super-tangential-oddball associations. 

What do you think of the design? Is it actually bad, or do people just have it out for Hillary?
 











And people got super weird too.




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