Hillary Clinton Steps Down

HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON HAS STEPPED DOWN FROM THE OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE AFTER SERVING OUR COUNTRY FOR FOUR YEARS.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE, HILLARY.

Hillary Clinton waves goodbye 2-1-13CLINTON FORMALLY RESIGNS AS SECRETARY OF STATE: Hillary Rodham Clinton formally resigned Friday as America’s 67th secretary of state, capping a four-year tenure that saw her shatter records for the number of countries visited.

“In a letter sent to President Barack Obama shortly before she was to leave the State Department for the last time in her official capacity, Clinton thanked her former foe for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination for the opportunity to serve in his administration. Clinton said it had been an honor to be part of his Cabinet.” — YahoNews 2/1/1 3

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“Hillary Rodham Clinton’s plan for 2013 was simple.

“She’d embark on an epic swansong around the world as secretary of state, a dizzying itinerary of east-west and north-south flights that would take her past 1 million miles in the air at the helm of American diplomacy and perhaps break her own record of 112 countries visited while in the post. Then, there would be a long rest, time and work with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, on development issues and a sequel to her 2003 memoir “Living History.”

“Finally, she’d make a destiny-defining decision: whether to try again to become America’s first female president.” — Yahoo News 2/2/13

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Hillary Clinton dancing ColombiaThe story of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State — in 13 images — During her four years, Clinton has traveled 956,733 miles, visited 112 countries and, most amazingly, spent the equivalent of almost 87 days on an airplane. And she has danced — a lot.”Washington Post 2/1/13

A Photo of Hillary Clinton In Every Country She’s Visited [See all 112 photos at =>] BuzzFeed 2/1/13

SOS Hillary Clinton in Albania

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About At Random

I am (Ms.) Jay White Feather, a lifelong New York City resident, born and raised on the mean streets of Manhattan back in the day. I am of Native American heritage -- a native New Yorker who grew up back when it meant something to be a New Yorker. And to me, it still does mean something.
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