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Honorary Oneler: Hillary Clinton! January 27, 2009

Posted by Onely in Honorary Onely Awards.
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Way back in October, I wrote this post about my debate with Christina about why I think Hillary Clinton did not divorce Bill way back when it would have seemed appropriate for her to do so. I suggested then that we nominate HRC for status as Honorary Oneler – and now that Clinton has been named our 67th Secretary of State, Onely officially names her as an Honorary Oneler!

Here are a few reasons why we think she deserves to be named one of us:

  • Her vision for health care and reproductive rights has always been and continues to be strongly progressive and distinctly feminist.
  • In spite of what must have been a dreadful experience as First Lady during the Lewinsky scandal, she maintained face and became an influential United States Senator.
  • She then ran an impressive, but ultimately failed, campaign to become the first female Democratic nominee for president.
  • And most recently, she was sworn in to become one of the most powerful people in the U.S., the Secretary of State.

Basically, we here at Onely think she possesses the mental energy, personal strength, and progressive feminist mindset required of anyone claiming Oneler status: If she were single, she would DEFINITELY be happy! 🙂

Congratulations, Hillary!

— L


1. Singlutonary - January 27, 2009

If she were single, she would definitely be happy!


I suspect that she lives the life of a single woman in many ways.

2. onely - January 27, 2009

Hey, wait a minute, don’t you mean Hillaryous?

I’m sorry, I couldn’t help it–it practically typed itself!

3. Wang - March 17, 2009

Speaking of Hillary Clinton:

There is bad news about her husband.

It is opined that Bill Clinton committed racist hate crimes, and I am not free to say anything further about it.

Respectfully Submitted by Andrew Y. Wang, J.D. Candidate
B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
Messiah College, Grantham, PA
Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, PA, 1993

(I can type 90 words per minute, and there are probably thousands of copies on the Internet indicating the content of this post.)
“If only it were possible to ban invention that bottled up memories so they never got stale and faded.” Off the top of my head—it came from my Lower Merion High School yearbook.

onely - March 19, 2009

Well then, good thing we were talking about *Hillary* and not her husband!

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