Chelsea Clinton asks you to send her mom a personal thank you
A thank you … for what, exactly? A note on the Clinton Foundation’s website covers Hillary Clinton’s entire political career, so, thanks for everything.
As First Lady, U.S. Senator, and Secretary of State, she has dedicated herself to service, and to giving more people in more places the opportunities to live their dreams.
We hope you’ll send her a personal note of thanks.
Bill and Chelsea
You were probably thinking of sending a handwritten note, but his method saves you the price of a stamp. All it will cost you is your name, email address and ZIP code. Some of the more cynical out there think there might be an ulterior motive.
— Toby Harnden (@tobyharnden) February 5, 2013
— Richard Robbins (@rich1) February 5, 2013
What do you mean, “bandwagon”? Oh, it looks like Debbie Wasserman Schultz would like you to head to Democrats.org and give thanks for Clinton’s service as Secretary of State.
— D Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) February 2, 2013
Hillary Clinton has done an outstanding job serving our country during her past four years as Secretary of State.
To thank Secretary Clinton for her service, add your name to our card. We’ll deliver your message.
While you’re at it, Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards also would like you to co-sign a note of thanks to Secretary of State Clinton. It’s going to take Hillary forever to read all of these thank you cards.
— Planned Parenthood (@PPact) January 29, 2013
When you said, “…Women’s rights are not just a moral issue or a fairness issue; it is a security issue, a prosperity issue, a peace issue,” I said, EXACTLY!
When you proclaimed that “You cannot have maternal health without reproductive health. And reproductive health includes contraception and family planning and access to legal, safe abortion,” I said, YES!
If you’d rather not give up your email address, you can just use the #ThankYouHillary hashtag, like so:
#ThankYouHillary You have served our nation with honor. I will be voting for you in 2016! 🙂
— Kevin (@jerseygringo) February 1, 2013
#ThankYouHillary for breaking down barriers, dedicating your life to helping others and proving a woman can be just as powerful as a man.
— Anna Boarini (@weezeramb) February 5, 2013
I always hated that consulate. #ThankYouHillary
— JP (@RileyRebel129) February 1, 2013