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“Texts From Hilary” Bloggers Busted By Secretary Clinton, Invited To State Dept

You’ve seen them. Your friends have posted them on Facebook. Heck, you probably posted them on Facebook. They’re the hilarious images from the Texts from Hillary Tumblr—images of a too-cool Secretary of State Hilary Clinton texting with a variety of people from aboard a military C-17 plane—and they’re the work of gay duo Stacy Lambe [...]
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