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On the same day that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted her to become the next Secretary of State, Sen. Hillary Clinton said goodbye to her colleagues on the Senate floor. (Video by the Associated Press.)

Posted at 12:42 PM ET on Jan 15, 2009  | Category:  Video Report
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Farewell, dear Hillary. But look at it this way - you can raise money for 2016 in between trips to the Middle East!

Posted by: nick1010101 | January 15, 2009 2:31 PM

"Well, Bill is in a hurry to get back to running this Country again, and we have to keep an eye on that darn'ed little O'Bomba-Nancy likes to try to get him into all kinds of mischief if we don't!"

"Live at the White House? Oh, don't be silly! We are far to wealthy now for that Slum!"

Parting words! ;~)

Posted by: SAINT---The | January 15, 2009 1:56 PM

(from the prior thread):

• Obama has "natural born" citizen problems

• Biden has MBNA problems

• Napolitano has 9/11 problems

• Geithner has tax and nanny problems

• Clinton has "Bill problems"

• Eric Holder has pardon problems

• Bill Richardson has FBI problems

• Ray LaHood has earmark problems

• Leon Panetta had a Dianne Feinstein problem (that's since been cleared up)

• Rahm Emanuel has a Blagojevich problem (but Team Obama says it's not a problem, so never mind)

• Carol Browner has "Socialist" problems

Posted by: JakeD | January 15, 2009 12:44 PM

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