Hillary Clinton proudly received an endorsement over the weekend in Iowa from none other than Jon "Bowzer" Bauman from the 1970's doo-wop throwback group Sha Na Na.
"Who?" said every young person in the country.
Bowzer was the wide-mouthed bass vocalist for the group and was best known for his trademark pose (seen above) made popular while he was on television during the late '70s and early '80s. The group was also involved in the making of the movie Grease with John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. But despite being a relatively well-known fixture of that decade's pop culture, it's doubtful anyone but Hillary Clinton would be so proud to feature him in a campaign stop.
Yet, this extremely important endorsement (sarcasm strictly intended) couldn't have come at a better time as an aging politician desperately holds on to hope that she is also still relevant after all these years with the young voters of the United States. And what better way to show them that she is relatable than to have another aging has-been singing his endorsement and striking the Bowzer pose? ABC News has a clip:
How embarrassing! It writes itself, people.