I (sort of) met hillary clintonIt is true. Today, she came to Quito. I got quite a few pictures of her (I'll upload one), and she shook my hand. It was a good time. However, there was an opportunity where the kids (big and small) could have a group photo with her, WHICH I FUCKING MISSED!!! D: It was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, too. Oh well, you live you learn. At least I got photos of her and we shook hands. That's something to be proud of. Also, we were taken out of school for this (I missed physics).I (sort of) met hillary clinton4 years ago in Personal More Like This
Also, Umeko-333's birthday was yesterday. She got Pokemon SoulSilver, amongst other things. And what do you think of the CSS? It's part of the sims thing.
Hell To Pay: The Hillary Clinton StoryHell To Pay: The Hillary Clinton Story book downloadHell To Pay: The Hillary Clinton Story1 year ago in Personal Journal More Like This
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?home Improvement? Sought Hillary ClintonCalif. Couple Says Reality Home Improvement TV Show Caused 200-Gallon Sewage Spill?home Improvement? Sought Hillary Clinton8 months ago in Personal More Like This
In a 1995 memo to Clintons then-chief of staff Maggie Williams, press secretary to the first lady Lisa Caputo suggested the team strongly weigh the benefits of having Clinton appear on the Tim Allen ABC sitcom as part of a broader set of media strategy suggestions. + reset I know this may sound like a wild idea, but I think it is an interesting one to discuss. Rick Kaplan brought to my attention that Home Improvement would very much like to have Hillary make a guest appearance on its show, Caputo wrote, according to formerly sealed Clinton White House documents released Friday. Home Improvement is the most popular television show on the air.
Hillary Clinton? Photo Account? WHAT?!I'd like to inform you all of my new photo account: :iconAlanian-Lily: Feel free to check it out.Hillary Clinton? Photo Account? WHAT?!7 years ago in Personal More Like This
Now to my other topic: HILLARY CLINTON.
Starting on Friday, I will be volunteering for the local chapter of Mrs. Clinton's campaign office. Yes, that means I'll be calling everyone, urging you guys to VOTE FOR HER. "Why are you doing this?", you may ask. It's for my government class, so there. But there are a lot of perks to this, too. Like, I GET TO MEET HILLARY CLINTON AND PRESIDENT CLINTON!!! *is very excited*. So, if anyone who lives here or goes to my school is interested, I shall give you info and let the intern coordinator, Casey (I think that's how you spell his nam), know that you are interested.
VOTE FOR HILLARY!!!
Hillary Clinton vs. Elizabeth WarrenIt’s always been said that you can’t tell a book by its cover. But sometimes book titles reveal something about authors. That’s certainly the case for two notable Democrats, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Hillary Rodham Clinton.Hillary Clinton vs. Elizabeth Warren6 months ago in Personal More Like This
Warren’s book, published this past week, is called “A Fighting Chance.” Clinton’s book, a memoir of her four years as secretary of state, is due out in June under the title “Hard Choices.” Warren’s title is aspirational, hinting at the world as it might be, a place where power would be more equitably distributed. Clinton’s title conveys a world in which the ideal and the real clash constantly and in which progress can be maddeningly slow.
Clinton is widely assumed to be running for president in 2016; Warren spent the week of her book tour saying she is not. But as two of the Democratic Party’s brightest stars, they are destined to play central roles in shaping the party’s directi