Best Wishes To Chelsea and Marc


Admit it. You feel like you know her.

Despite protective parents who worked hard to keep her out of the public spotlight, we still remember watching Chelsea Clinton grow up. Maybe that’s why some of us still feel a little protective of her, too. When Rush Limbaugh held up a picture of her at 13 and called her “the White House dog,” we were furious at his cruelty.

When Bill and Hillary’s marriage was on the rocks, I think all of us felt for the young girl in the middle:


By all accounts a smart, well-mannered girl, she seems to have grown up into a wonderful young woman. I don’t know about you, but I was impressed at how easily she moved into the public eye for her mother’s presidential campaign — and then moved right back into her private life.

It can’t be easy, being the only child of two such powerful personalities. But Chelsea has pulled it off with considerable grace, and I hope you’ll join me in wishing her only the best on her wedding day.

(P.S. I’ll point out that the rumors about this being a $3 million wedding are untrue. Feel better now?)


3 thoughts on “Best Wishes To Chelsea and Marc

  1. Ya know Susie, I understand where you are with Chelsea and her new life; we all wish HER well, and any other young folks setting out with a new mate hoping for a loving life together. But, the reality is that Chelsea probably has a better chance of that ever happening because of her parents station in life, and in these times—especially—THESE TIMES—are not the times where I particularly care to hear about the how-ever-many-millions-of-dollars-it-costs to put it on when most other folks I know are struggling to pay the rent and eat a descent meal. Hey Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea I really love you guys, but please, try to keep it private if you can.

  2. Oh, I don’t know. Being rich is no magic charm against heartache, is it? And the fact remains that while they’re spending all this money, Bill and Hillary are also fighting very hard to help poor people around the world.

    As to keeping it private: Well, they did try.

  3. “When Rush Limbaugh held up a picture of her at 13 and called her “the White House dog,” we were furious at his cruelty.”

    No you werent because that never happened.

    Here’s the real story:

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