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A bit about me- I am an all-around political junkie with a particular interest in foreign policy and health policy and I have been blogging off and on about politics for almost 8 years on different websites.  I have published articles about various topics including nursing education, health care reform and feminism. I have a law degree, a nursing degree and I have practiced health, insurance and disability law in both federal and state court. Prior to getting my law degree I worked as nurse in both acute medical and psychiatric settings and I have taught psychiatric nursing as an adjunct professor. I currently work at a large publishing company in Massachusetts.

Naturally, I am a fan of our current Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and believe that she can rehabilitate the image of the United States and help to create a new vision of foreign policy and development in the post-9/11 world. While Hillary Clinton unfortunately did not get the democratic nomination in 2008, if she were to consider running for President again in the future, she could count me among her supporters.

UPDATE: This a private blog dedicated to Hillary Clinton and her agenda as Secretary of State. I say “private blog” because while I thought that was obvious, I am getting increasingly more emails from people thinking I am the Secretary of State, asking me to help them obtain passports, special travel privileges, looking for job opportunities at the State Department and every once in a while I get emails from people tipping me off to where Osama Bin Laden might be hiding.  For the record, I respond to every single one of those emails and re-direct them to the State Department and I clarify that this is a private blog which has NO OFFICIAL connection to the Secretary of State.

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  1. May 18, 2009 7:05 pm

    I am sure we know each other from the Hillary blogs and the campaign. I saw your site for the first time today on twitter.

    I teach microbiology and anatomy/physiology to nursing students in OH

    I posted a link to your blog on my Bill Clinton blog

    Amy Dugan

  2. stacyx permalink*
    May 20, 2009 7:10 am

    Hi. Thanks for linking to your site. I have been blogging about politics in general for about 5 years on another site but only recently created this blog devoted to Sec’y Clinton and foreign policy.

  3. Caroline permalink
    May 20, 2009 6:21 pm

    Hi Stacy! Just came across your blog. How can I be in touch with you directly?

  4. stacyx permalink*
    May 20, 2009 7:11 pm

    Caroline: I just emailed you!

  5. SteveR permalink
    June 20, 2009 8:14 pm

    Wow, nurse AND lawyer? You must like going to school!

    As a professor of English I tend to notice and appreciate good writing when I come across it in the blogosphere and you definitely are an excellent writer and perhaps now I know why- my wife, who is a lawyer, told me once that in law school they made very clear that if you couldn’t express yourself well in writing, law school (and eventually actual lawyering) would really be a struggle.

    I read your blog daily, as much for foreign policy info. as for Hillary news and I appreciate not only your attention to every little detail about what the Secretary is doing, but also your analysis of some of the background issues.

  6. rebecca cohen permalink
    July 1, 2009 8:18 am

    ‘I believe that speaking truth to power is the only way we can get things accomplished for We The People.’

    And does the power (elected and appointed officials) also have to speak truthfully to the people? and if so have you noticed a time or two when MRS Clinton did not speak the truth, or did she misspeak, or disremember, or was she sleep deprived or what ever synonyms are used to forgive this most blatant of liars who appears to not only lie to us but to herself.’

    ‘Naturally, I am a fan of our current Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, and believe that she can rehabilitate the image of the United States- ‘

    I don’t get the ‘naturally….’ What has MRS Clinton ever done to rehabilitate anything but her own or her husband’s images and did she do so by telling the truth.

    Oh, I have a doctorate in clinical psych (yet started my career as an art teacher) and many of my colleagues and I believe that MRS Clinton is a personality disordered individual who suffers (but not as much as the people in NY have during her do little but run for the POTUS reign in the senate) from at least 3 for 4 disorders or have you never noticed her grandiosity, histrionics and entitlement? Were you ever a psych nurse?

    And before I am dismissed as a Hillary hater let me say that I and many other liberals don’t hate her; I actually admire how far she has come on so little but her connections. However, Bill Clinton is the brilliant one, his wife is merely well educated and by your conflicting statements and careers (lying and caring?) you are proving that a surfeit of education is clearly not enough.


  7. stacyx permalink*
    July 2, 2009 6:21 pm

    Wow, Rebecca-you were able to reach all those conclusions simply by reading my short blurb about myself and why I started this blog? That’s pretty amazing.

    I have absolutely no problem with people having differing political viewpoints and supporting different candidates for office, but you definitely seem to, given your judgmental, angry tone. You seem to assume that I will simply dismiss you as a Hillary-hater, but actually, I really try never to dismiss *anyone*- I believe in respectful debate.

    I’ll address some of the things you raise in your comment, although I will try to not be as dismissive as you were, nor will I attack you personally and I will try not to make assumptions/generalizations about you as a person since *I don’t KNOW you*- despite the fact that in your last sentence, you do all of the above.

    In my blurb above about the website, I say, “Naturally, I am a fan of our current Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton…” and when I say “naturally” I am referring to the fact that it should be pretty obvious based on the name of the blog, that I happen to be a supporter of Hillary Clinton.

    It’s interesting you repeatedly refer to her as “MRS Clinton” as though trying to disparage her- are you trying to reinforce your [apparent] belief that she essentially has not earned her right to be a public official, given your statement about “how far she has come on so little but her connections. However, Bill Clinton is the brilliant one, his wife is merely well educated…” I bet I can find at least 18 million people who disagree with you given we/they voted for her- in my book, getting 18 million+ votes is “earning” something.

    I have to say, your last sentence is my favorite- you say, “However, Bill Clinton is the brilliant one, his wife is merely well educated and by your conflicting statements and careers (lying and caring?) you are proving that a surfeit of education is clearly not enough.”

    Again, wow. You must have some inside knowledge of Hillary and Bill to be able to conclude that one is more brilliant than the other. Whether one or the other is per se “brilliant” is pretty subjective.

    What conflicting statements did I make? Just because you disagree with me does not mean they are in conflict. Also, your comment about my “conflicting” careers- are you referring to nursing and law? They aren’t conflicting- there are all kinds of nurses who practice in different areas of law (for ex: health law, disability law, criminal law). And are you really so shallow as to generalize the entire field of law as “lying” and nursing as “caring”? Because that is how I read that. Correct me if I am wrong, but you don’t know anything about me, my fields of practice/study or my views on anything other than what is on this blog, yet amazingly, you are able to summarily conclude not only that my careers are at conflict with each other, but that I have PROVEN that having education “is clearly not enough.”

    When somebody reaches conclusions based largely on stereotypes and assumptions, w/o acknowledging that they really don’t have all [or ANY] of the info. needed to reach [let alone prove] the conclusion, it’s hard to take it seriously.

  8. Thain permalink
    July 14, 2009 8:33 am

    Hey, Rebecca- don’t you know better than to engage a lawyer in a point by point argument?

    Stacey 1, Rebecca 0

  9. NancyinCali permalink
    July 20, 2009 11:28 am

    I just found this blog site. So glad. I LOVE HILLARY.

  10. July 20, 2009 12:18 pm

    Nancy- I’m glad you found it!



  11. Maria permalink
    July 31, 2009 4:57 am

    Stacy: loved your response to Rebecca. I wish I could defend Hillary like that to the haters. I just always end up swearing at them 😛

    • July 31, 2009 7:42 am

      Maria- honestly, that’s what they want- they try to just get people so mad that reasonable debate is impossible. But at the end of the day, the haters really don’t have a whole lot.

  12. Catina permalink
    August 7, 2009 10:43 pm

    Stacy- you go girl:-)

  13. rebecca cohen permalink
    August 15, 2009 3:38 pm

    I still don’t get the “naturally”
    when you produce the 18 million people who voted for her check out if they voted for her because she is a woman, and those who would never vote for a black man; hardly a testimony to her competence.

    brilliant is subjective, gee, I wonder what that does to the wexlers?
    and I am the one that said education is not enough.

    I can see why you choose to open your ownblog where you will get no debate honest or not. good by and good luck in your next career(s). and you may have the last word as I will never sign on to this blog again.

  14. August 15, 2009 3:54 pm


    I’m all for debate, but you haven’t put forth anything but subtle insults. There’s nothing you have said that gives me the impression you are interested in respectful debate and if you don’t understand what I mean, go back and read your two comments to me.

    I responded at length to your original comment from weeks and weeks ago and you could have responded back to mine, but you largely chose not to other than to continue to focus on the personal (my “careers”- not sure why you still focus on that) and an unsubstantiated reference to 18 million Hillary voters essentially voting for her because they/we are all racist which is such an insulting, angry, sweeping generalization that I really don’t know how I should respond other than to say I don’t think you were even looking for a rational response.

    If you choose not to come back, I respect that, but that sounds a lot like “I don’t like real debate, so I’ll take my ball and go home.”

  15. Terry permalink
    August 16, 2009 11:49 pm

    (I added this comment to a blog entry today, August 16, 2009 but probably it’s more appropriate here. I am still finding my way around your blog design)

    Stacy, I really enjoy it when you stretch your muscles and add your commentary to these news stories you reference and extract. I encourage you to do more of it. I really enjoy your writing, this blog and the video sources and photos you put in front of us as well as the numerous press pieces you chase down. Each morning it’s like opening a present, and the gift is you and Hillary. Some days it’s just a pair of socks, but some days its a whole damn wedding cake. I have no idea the kind of traffic you are getting on the blog but I knew you had arrived last week when you got some contrary commentary from readers. When the challengers come knocking, you know you are being noted and standing up for something. Good job

    • August 21, 2009 9:06 am

      Terry- thank you much – I’ll try to give you more wedding cakes than “socks” (LOL)!

  16. Carolyn (Rodham) permalink
    August 20, 2009 8:29 pm

    Hi Stacy,

    We’ve exchanged comments on FP’s Madame Secretary, but I didn’t notice the link to your own blog until today. I’ve added you to my Favorites!
    And I second SteveR above — you write wonderfully well.

    I particularly admired your temperate responses to Rebecca’s sweeping vitriol. Reading her post, I was transported back to the primary season, when the shrillosphere was abuzz with an endless stream of scintillating rumors, exaggerations, misrepresentations, or outright lies about Hillary that were repeated often enough until they became accepted truth.

    “Racist,” “disingenuous,” “divisive,” “untruthful,”“dishonest,”
    “polarizing,” “saying whatever it takes to win,” “attempting to deceive the American people” — and these were just the quotes cming from the Obama campaign! Do you remember her “deliberate racist taunt” about Martin Luther King (Obama campaign, again)? Her infamous 60 Minutes interview with Steve Croft in which she cleverly tried to stoke rumors that Obama was a closet Muslim? (I read the entire transcript and counted eight separate times in which she either plainly denied the false claim that Obama was Muslim, labeled that suggestion to be a smear, or expressed sympathy for Obama having to deal with the Muslim innuendo, but never mind). Remember that story, circulated around the blogosphere, that “Hillary was fired from her job with the House Judiciary Committee for lying and ethical misconduct”? It became established fact, virtually impossible to dislodge, although utterly untrue. How could we forget her naked threats to have Obama assasinated? And on and on…

    This was one reason among many that I wanted to see Hillary’s name put in nomination in Denver — so that the lasting impression of her would be fair, balanced, and accurate. Fortunately, between her own gracious speech at the convention and her exemplary performance as SOS, she has rehabilitated her image all by herself (at least in the eyes of all but a few remaining detractors like you, Rebecca) and is currently enjoying better ratings than her boss.

    Rebecaa, one of the most oft-quoted sexist tropes of the primary season was that this brilliant woman with a long and distinguished career in public service was an unqualified pretender riding her husband’s coattails. She was not a two-term U.S. Senator with many accomplishments in her own right but the “junior member of Billary,” (as suggested by Andrew Stephen of New Statesman). Never was this more glaringly evident than after her unexpected win in New Hampshire, when Chris Matthews told us bluntly, “The reason she’s a U.S. senator, the reason she’s a candidate for president, the reason she may be a front-runner is her husband messed around. That’s how she got to be senator from New York. We keep forgetting it. She didn’t win there on her merit.” [This was the same Chris Matthews who told us after Iowa that Hillary’s nomination had gone from inevitable to improbable overnight].

    Like it or not, Rebecca, Secretary Clinton is a widely respected and admired woman (#36 in the world, on Forbes just published list!)who fought an historic campaign, was supported by 18 million voters, and came within a hair’s breadth of being the Democratic nominee. All of that deserves more recognition and celebration than comments like yours suggest.

    As for your assertion that “MRS Clinton is a personality disordered individual who suffers from at least 3 for 4 disorders or have you never noticed her grandiosity, histrionics and entitlement? Were you ever a psych nurse?” — I can only respond that I have been a psychiatrist for nearly 30 years, and know enough not to throw around wildly speculative diagnoses about a woman I don’t know and have never met, based exclusively on what I’ve read in the shrillosphere or heard from the likes of Chris Matthews — unless of course, you have a closer acquaintance with Secretary Clinton, in which case I am all ears.

    • August 21, 2009 9:17 am

      Carolyn- First of all, I’m glad to see you over here- I check in to see what’s up on the site, Madame Secretary, daily (I love in general) and have seen your comments over there and I think at a few other websites.

      You actually were brought up on this blog the other day in the comment section of one of the posts here in reference to an anti-Hillary article (I can’t remember which one)–you had apparently commented (a rebuttal to the article) over at the article’s website and Terry, who frequents here (see above) told me to go over and read your comment and Terry actually said “how do we get Carolyn Rodham over here to take part in the discussion?” And here you are!

      Second, with respect to Rebecca’s ad hominem attacks/comments above- I love the fact that you are actually a psychiatrist- do you think now would be a good time to tell Rebecca that I actually *was* a psych nurse? Heh.

      And I’ll be honest, when I read her original comment way back when, the psych nurse in me thought, “what real practitioner of psychiatry or psychology throws around DSM diagnoses like that in reference to someone they don’t know, never met, etc?”

      I have no issue with people coming here and disagreeing with me- to the contrary, I actually enjoy a good debate- the operative words being “good debate”- people who just want to spam the site with hateful monologues or who don’t have the strength of their convictions enough to even support their views/rants with some sort of *argument*, well, that’s not really debate.

      Again, glad to see you here and I know others are as well 😉

  17. August 23, 2009 1:58 pm

    I just found you via Twitter and am so pleased to know about your blog. I started a modest blog myself in which I occasionally talk about Hillary Clinton but am glad to see the real thing. I am looking forward to reading you regularly.

    • August 23, 2009 3:54 pm

      Well thank you Maggie and welcome! And I’ll check out your blog!

  18. August 23, 2009 4:02 pm


    I am with CNN, how can I contact you directly to talk?

  19. September 3, 2009 2:42 pm

    Maybe we could get Hillary to SAVE America from this MORON

  20. September 27, 2009 7:47 pm

    hello there

    my husband has been reading the PUMA blogs for about a year, and i am finding that my own respect for hillary deepens as time goes on (while my respect for the dems in general, and the lefty-liberal blogs almost disappears entirely). you might enjoy a clip i found of hillary handing congressman chris smith his ass on international reproductive rights back in april. i incorporated the clip into an article about obstetric fistula in ethiopia and the charity “the fistula foundation.” heres the link:

  21. sturgeone permalink
    September 28, 2009 7:57 pm

    very nice site…..glad to have found it, and many thanks…….

    October 23, 2009 1:33 am

    I too have fallen into this error.Important contribution but would not return to writing. Except to say that you have connection non-official with the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and mail will be read by she because I am not a fan

    October 23, 2009 1:55 pm

    You need a public clarification: I am not a fan of Hillary because I am not U.S. citizen, does not reside in the U.S. and I do not do party politics. I am an admirer of Hillary and the interpretation and management that she does on my concepts of new age of telecommunications and beyond. So I consider myself something more of a fan politically understood: an acquaintance and grateful.

  24. ellhysha arifianti permalink
    November 7, 2009 11:54 pm

    i love hillary diane rodham

    i hope i can meet her one day 🙂

  25. Margaret permalink
    December 25, 2009 2:31 pm

    Thanks for this site- it’s great to have a website that keeps up with everything Hillary Clinton is doing as secretary of state. You do great work and I love reading your commentary and news roundups.

  26. AmericanBill permalink
    December 25, 2009 2:34 pm

    I don’t much like Hillary Clinton but I like her even less now that she’s working for the pro-terrorist, anti-Israel Barack Hussein Obama. At least she seems to have more sense than he does- she was right when she said during the campaign that we should bomb the shit out of Iran if they attack Israel. But instead we have Hussein Obama, the apologist-in-chief.

    This website does nothing but promote their wimp agenda. Nice work.

  27. January 2, 2010 3:04 pm

    @ Rebecca – I find it amazing at how so many people believe the press and their reporting – the Bosnia comment was something that Hillary should NOT have backed down on… First and formost she was speaking figuratively – the facts were she was the first first lady to enter a WAR ZONE and while no while there weren’t grenades going off at her feet – the trip was VERY DANGEROUS and Hillary was keeping a promise to the troops… I HAVE YET TO SEE ANOTHER FIRST LADY enter a war zone that EVEN THE PRESIDENT COULDN’T ENTER…


    I am guessing she figured it wasn’t work a battle with the media and that is why she said she misspoke – but in reality – SHE DIDN’T!

  28. January 2, 2010 3:06 pm


  29. January 2, 2010 3:06 pm

    YEAY – IT DID!

  30. January 21, 2010 2:46 pm

    Great job with your blog! Thank you for keeping us (the readers) up to date.

  31. February 6, 2010 10:58 am

    Thanks peaceprospects 🙂

  32. Mojo permalink
    February 9, 2010 10:13 am

    Love the site- best one on the internet. Very few sites focus on her work as SOS and if they do, they aren’t very substantive. You give foreign policy and news about the SOS. So thanks for that, I always look forward to it.

  33. JohnMD permalink
    February 9, 2010 10:21 am

    Rebecca has a doctorate in clinical psych? Shit, we’re in big trouble.

    As if a doctorate makes her ad hominem attacks legitimate? You don’t need a doctorate or an MD or a JD or anything really to come to a website and personally insult the owner of the site. Actually, everything Rebecca has said reflects very poorly on her. Stacy gave an articulate, reasoned response without resorting to personal attacks. No wonder Rebecca doesn’t want to come back.

  34. Steve permalink
    February 14, 2010 1:25 pm

    I like to check in on this page now and again to see what’s going on. I see Rebecca has never come back to answer for her nonsense- like many Hillary haters when she is confronted with facts (from Stacy and Carolyn), she goes running for the hills!

  35. Cairns permalink
    February 14, 2010 1:27 pm

    I like this site too. I like Hillary and I like all the foreign policy info. you provide. You have really good links in your sidebar- I’ve found a lot of good info. that way.

    You should be writing over at Madame Secretary on because that blog seems to pretty much be dead.

  36. March 13, 2010 8:33 pm

    Stacyx, check your blog’s templates for hacked code, I’m getting a warning about malware via Google Chrome. It’s likely there is code in your templates that you didn’t put there. If you can’t edit it out, you might want to switch your theme to an unhacked one.

    • March 13, 2010 8:35 pm

      Thanks for the heads up. I’m scanning it right now. It’s strange because I get no warning at all.

  37. discourseincsharpminor permalink
    March 23, 2010 10:27 pm

    Stacy, I have to thank you not only for your site, but for its lack of arrogance. Too often political/policy-based blogs have a set group of commentators who can get a bit rude when someone posts something that they either don’t agree with or which isn’t up to the intellectual standard they like to assume they uphold. It isn’t like that here and, as someone who is not always the most politically astute poster, I’d like to thank you for not dismissing those less informed posts.

    Keep up your great work.

    • March 26, 2010 4:56 am

      Thanks, discourse. I have never liked blogs that have an ideological litmus test and hope that people feel comfortable here expressing their views without fears that they will be attacked either for their views or because someone thinks they are uninformed. Nobody knows everything all the time 😉 Every once in a while a troll comes along to try to be disruptive but generally if ignored they eventually go away.

  38. RondaB permalink
    March 24, 2010 1:49 pm

    Loved the “update”! What you meant to say is you aren’t Secretary of State YET! LOL

    • March 26, 2010 4:58 am

      RondaB- I put the update on the “contact me” page also but almost every day I get emails from people thinking I am Hillary- I don’t know how much more clear I could make it. Also, this doesn’t exactly look like a government website, does it? That should be the first clue!

  39. April 25, 2010 10:25 am

    Well Stacy all your degrees and schooling doesn’t impress me. What does impress me is, in spite of our differences of opinion,you still allow me to comment on your blog. More then I can say about our leaders in Washington. The only opinions that count to them are ones that further their agenda. In spite of the ground swell of public opinion the Dems. still blow off the grass roots movements that will sweep them out of Washington in Nov. 2010 And Nov. 2012 And I have to say this all the pseudo intellectuals that comment on your blog are very good at what they do. Divert the issue and impose their views and violently attack all who have a difference of opinion. But it’s all good I still love ya :{)

    • April 25, 2010 2:50 pm

      Josephus, I’m not trying to impress anybody.

      I don’t favor censorship and I encouraged debated and there can’t be debate unless there are people with differing views.


  40. November 10, 2010 6:01 pm

    This is really on the list of improved reports connected with things that I’ve read on the following subject lately. Wonderful function.

  41. Sangria permalink
    November 21, 2010 7:38 pm

    I love this site- thank you so much for being so dedicated to the work of our Secretary of State- you must put a lot of time and effort into this blog and I visit daily.

    Keep up the great work!

  42. Alexander Moskalenko permalink
    March 11, 2011 10:05 am

    Good afternoon! I live and work in Ukraine. I need to contact personally with a mrs. by Hilary Clinton in an order to talk about my suggestions on development of democracy on Ukraine. Please, pass my E-mail in order that we put right a direct contact. With kind regards, Alexander Moskalenko

  43. March 25, 2011 8:54 pm

    When shall Rebecca be washing your feet in a bowl of water ?

  44. S R Wakankar permalink
    May 28, 2011 5:37 am

    I want to say that for victory in War on Terror we should deal through ideology also.And that ideology is of Hindu Islam which pre-dates Arab Islam.Whole AfPak region is OLD INDIA and Hindu Islam is the KEY to defeat Arab Islam born terrorism and late Osama’s call for global Jihad.Hindu Islam is that old indigenous stream of religion and culture which still flows underground in the region.Medieval anti-Indian Arab/Muslim Imperialism, constant invasions over India from the North-West(the region where this war is going on), made this part of OLD INDIA Islamic, like Iran which became 100% Muslim.But rest of India fought bitterly and did not become Muslim.Inspite of political/military collapse and centuries of Muslim rule by tyrants, Hindu India survived. India is the only country in the world where Muslim rule for such a long period could not Islamise a whole people and their age-old culture and religion remained alive.The very meaning of this word HINDU is RESISTANCE.One who refuces to embrace Arab Islam even at the threat of beheading.lacs of Hindus were butchered by Muslim tyrants but they did not accept Arab Islam.This is the glory and internal strength of India. I have coined the word Hindu Islam which means the pre-Arab Islam indigenous stream of Hindu religion and traditions of India.I have pointedly used the HINDU word because it denotes struggle against Medieval Arab/Muslim Imperialism.Unfortunately, Pakistan identifies itself with Arab Islam, while it is part of the world of Hindu Islam.AfPak is the birth-place of Hindu Islam.Pakistan should, like her one-time sister-nation, Bangladesh (which was earlier East Pakistan),change its name and become “Muslim India” or “Islamic Republic of India”.The word Pakistan is an absurdity and boosts terrorism.Pakistan should be asked to change its name.Our best wishes are with you. We wish you complete victory in this great war, which we Indians, are fighting since the very birth of Arab Islam.Our best wishes to Mrs Clinton, Secretary of State, who is doing a great job indeed.Thanks.
    -S R Wakankar

  45. January 5, 2012 3:28 am

    Wonderful site. Plenty of useful information here. I am sending it to several buddies ans also sharing in delicious. And certainly, thanks in your effort!

  46. January 7, 2012 8:18 am

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  47. Tasmim Islam Ina permalink
    May 10, 2012 8:21 am

    To Miss Secretary Clinton,

    My name is Tasmim Islam, nickname Ina. I am an 11 year old girl studying in Grade 4 in Bangladesh. My family consists of only three members; my father, mother and I. I belong to a normal family and my parents work very hard so that I go to the best school possible. My father is an engineer and works in a government job that is full of problems for him because he is an honest man. Ever since I was 6 years old I have always dreamed of going to America so that I can live and study there.
    I have grown up listening to the many great things about America from my friends and family who lived there and very much want to go there. I am a quick learner and a hard working student who always tries to do better in class. Unfortunately my parents do not possess the adequate financial resources to be able to make my dream come true.
    I learned about you from my grandfather, who works in America, and watching you talk to people in Bangladesh was very nice and this is why I am writing to you. The current school that I am attending, Turkish Hope International School, is good but it is not helping me learn the things that I want to learn.

    I have only two months left before moving to Grade 6 and I was wondering if you could help me go to America to study and also take my family with me. Since you are very nice I wish that you would help my dreams come true.

    Thank you very much for reading this.

    Tasmim Islam Ina SA 9 – 2/1, Baikali
    Lake City Concord, Khilkhet Cell Phone: +88-011-990-936-14
    Dhaka, Bangladesh

  48. Davey Wavey permalink
    June 19, 2012 4:19 pm

    Hilary is not great. She is hypocritical on matters concerning Israel and Palestine, for one example. Her State Dept. recently denied assistance to an American citizen in Tel Aviv because she (Sandra Tamari) is not Jewish! Can you believe this? Blatant discrimination by Hilary’s own department. I think its time to call Hilary to task for neglecting her duty to American citizens. America does not discriminate: Israel discriminates (big time!), but not America. Or are the two interchangeable? Is that what is so “special?”

  49. Zafar Naqvi permalink
    September 25, 2012 3:52 pm

    @ StaceyX … pls do the necessary deemed fit. thanks


    My Dear Ms. Hillary Clinton!

    I would like to bring into your kind attention that; Though; it may sound You silly,
    or You may not take this matter seriously urgent, but … to the best of my understanding and experience, I strongly believe that I’m able to design; easy to implement formula / plan, which can not only bring Peace & Stability in Pakistan & other parts of the World, but by adopting / implementing my plan we can overcome all kind of issues including Terrorism, even small robberies, thefts etc etc… within few months of it’s implementation.

    My Plan generates billions … and will not become burden on anyone’s shoulder …

    my plan creates over million jobs and pays their salaries 🙂

    my plan provide free education to all & Justice at their doorsteps.

    in reality; my plan has a potential to resolve any kind of issues faced by a common-man.

    If u r interested in knowing the details of my plan … then pls give me some of your precious time so I can explain u further.

    thanking u;
    with profound regards,
    Zafar Naqvi,
    Ronkonkoma, NY
    Sept 25, 2012

  50. Budd McLean permalink
    November 9, 2012 10:05 pm

    Dear Secretary Clinton,
    America has never had a more intelligent, talented person as you.
    Although an Obama fan I must admit I campaigned for you as long as it was possible to do so. The World needs people with your charisma,and understanding and resolve to keep our country great.
    Please stay on as Secretary of State, no one else could come close to the dignity and class you have always displayed.
    I don’t know what else we can do to persuade you to stay, but I pray you reconsider.
    Our country needs you now, and besides that it would provide an easier transition when you are elected President in 2016.
    Thank you for representing us as the best America has to offer to the rest of this weary world so lacking in role models for positive humanity.
    Thank you again for your impeccable tour of duty.
    with great respect and loyalty,
    Budd McLean

  51. August 17, 2013 9:40 pm

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  52. June 8, 2014 10:07 pm

    Could that also function with your psychic feeling? Study the picture, element by component, and then in its entirety.

    The cards and their positions might not seem to link.

  53. November 7, 2014 3:06 am


    I admire that you have a blog solely dedicated to Hillary Clinton -our next US President, and I’d like to follow your footsteps.

    I’m beginning a Hillary t-shirt business, and I’d like to make a business proposition. I want to promote my website, and I’d like to create a discount code specifically for your blog followers. I will pay you $1 for every shirt purchased based on your referral, as well as a $1 off for your followers.

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  54. March 6, 2015 9:31 pm

    This is great hope you are still here!

  55. dah haa permalink
    November 12, 2016 7:15 pm

    So whos husbands mother was a prostitute – had a father who was a Chicago mob boss -their non profit foundation is a gathering to laundry drug revenue, and a pay for play for political favors and self enrichment and stole billions from Haiti Relief Donations, with americas foreign enemies, who as govenor laundried drug revenue money in a State Dept he authorized, who was involved in cocaine shipments in Mena Arkansas(Lary Nichols) a husband rapist and probably a pedophile (Lolita Island) as she is as well (cathy obrein story), lies constantly, daughters father is assumed to be Mr Hubble a close family friend, not Bill, sold usa uranium rights to Russia who sells it to Iran for their nuke program, who sells nuke technology to north korea, her podesta friend and dnc organizer a pedophile pool party are a real kick to attend in the nude (wikileak emails) … yes she’s truly accomplished so very much (see the Clinton cash movie, and clintons dead man files)

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