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7 Awesome Hillary Clinton Texting Memes, The Best of 2012

Last night over drinks, two friends in Washington D.C. decided to create a Tumblr based on a picture of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton texting on her Blackberry. Today, that Tumblr and the image of Hillary Clinton texting like a non-chalant ninja of international diplomacy – is everywhere.

Stacy Lambe and Adam Smith, both DC-based communications professionals, are the masterminds behind Texts from Hillary.  Lambe told Yahoo! today that the Tumblr “… is meant to be a compliment to Hillary. Hopefully, everyone gets that.”

I love that it is at once silly, political, bi-partisan and really funny. Buzzfeed called it the best meme of the political season to date while The Atlantic calls it “a perfect fusion of irony and respect”.

Check out 7 of the funniest and click over to Texts from Hillary for the whole set, with more showing up all the time.

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  • Someone get me a Diet Coke. 1 of 7
    Someone get me a Diet Coke.
    I have work to do.
  • Do you need a tissue? 2 of 7
    Do you need a tissue?
    Poor guy. It was just a joke.
  • Remember this guy? 3 of 7
    Remember this guy?
    The aptly named Anthony Weiner.
  • Sorry Condi. 4 of 7
    Sorry Condi.
    They look better on me.
  • It’s the Vice President again. 5 of 7
    It's the Vice President again.
    He's a big f*cking deal.
  • It’s 3am 6 of 7
    It's 3am
    She's got it. Go back to sleep.
  • Seriously? 7 of 7
    Seriously?
    Sigh...

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