Internet troll (and potential 2016 presidential candidate) Rand Paul celebrated Valentine's Day with a Hillary Clinton Pinterest profile he tweeted out Saturday.

The profile has the hallmarks of a traditional Pinterest page with an "inspirational quotes" board...

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...and one for home decor ideas.


Then there's some more pointed jabs, like a board of photos of Democrats who lost in November...


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a pin about her Russian reset button...


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... and another about her comment that she and Bill were "dead broke" when they left the White House and the money she makes from speaking gigs.

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Trolling other 2016 hopefuls has become a past time for Paul. He's tweeted burns directed at Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush; he's not above using memes. But Paul isn't the only one using Internet culture and parody accounts to reach voters. Last month, the Democratic National Committee created a parody  a Jeb Bush Instagram account to make fun of Bush's digital strategy.

Brace yourselves; 2016 looks to be the most meme-filled election in American history.