(CNN) - In her 30-second video, Sen. Hillary Clinton took an unorthodox approach that seemed to be designed to appeal to her base of Democratic female voters.
Clinton's video contained no images of her, of her famous husband or anyone else, for that matter. Instead, Clinton opted for a set of cards - like the cue cards used by late-night talk show hosts - against a background of classical music, each listing facts about the Bush administration.
"The number of Americans without health insurance: 50 million," one card read. "That's roughly the populations of California and New York," the following one explained.
"How long it took FEMA to begin evacuating Katrina victims from the Superdome." another card stated. The answer: "4 days."
"The number of weapons of mass destruction found in Iraq: Zero," another two-card sequence read.
And the last two cards? "Sometimes the best man for the job is a woman," and finally, "Hillary for President."
What did you think of Clinton's video?
- CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart