Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Chillary

Hillary's latest big supporter, Chilly Dog:

Photo courtesy of Chilly Dog's owner.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Chilly, I will never, ever forget how you were there for me when I needed you the most. When you learned that my campaign needed your help, you didn't hesitate. And the overwhelming generosity that you showed in the past week is like nothing I have ever seen.
As the race for the nomination continues, I hope you'll remember that you have made this campaign your campaign. Our victories are your victories. I know that you are standing with me and that I can rely on you for help. And with your support, I know we'll win.
Again, thank you so much for all you have done. My heart is truly full.
Sincerely,
Hillary Rodham Clinton

Anonymous said...

Thank you Hillary. You have touched my heart too. Best of luck to you in Texas, Ohio, the country, and the world. I will remember that I have made your campaign my campaign, and look forward to more of our victories together. I will do everything that I can do to ensure that we win, and I too know that we will.
Yours forever,
Chilly Dog

Anonymous said...

Chilly Dog,

You are the best! Now, here is a secondary project. You need to get with Scooter, Dawson, Oliver, Andy and that guy Mark. Your mission: Start making Tom feel bad about giving up Bose! Oliver - he's your best friend! You can't just let him go without a debate with Tom. Chilly Dog - you need to help out & throw yourself into this cause as much as Hillary.

Thanks,
YL

Amy said...

Uhoh. You know you're in trouble when the canines go all political.

Anonymous said...

Amy, yes, we are in trouble, and with the humans failing to take care of the problem I thought that I would step up to make the country a better place. Mrs. Clinton has experience and charm, and doesn't want us to stay in Iraq for 100 years.
Chilly Dog
President and founder, Canines for Clinton

Anonymous said...

Ahhh...

Guess what's coming?

A huge rally with over 12,000 Texas and Ohio canines "Barking for Barack"!

Hillbilly, the end is near.

scoodog said...

THIS IS SCOOTER DOG AND I HAVE TO AGREE WITH MY FRIEND CHILLY DOG AND ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO WATCH THIS VIDEO AND THIS IS SCOOTER DOG

Anonymous said...

Thank you Scooter and YL for your support and nice comments. To anyone else, all I can say is to quote our leader: "Shame on you."

Chilly Dog
President and founder, Canines for Clinton

Anonymous said...

Chilly Dog, and friends,

We're just days away from a monumental day of voting, one that will decide the outcome of this remarkable contest between two history-making campaigns. The Obama campaign realizes the stakes and is putting it all on the line with a massive advertising campaign.

With your extraordinary help she will win. And knowing that you are there for her now, as you have been throughout this race, means more than you can possibly imagine.

We can do this together. Let's keep working.

Bill Clinton

Anonymous said...

Mr. President, Thank you for your confidence that Mrs. Senator Clinton will win with my help. I will keep working.

Chilly Dog
President and Founder,
Canines for Clinton

P.S. I was very sorry to hear about Buddy's accident.

Anonymous said...

Dear Chilly,
It's a pretty incredible feeling, isn't it? After our victories tonight we have the momentum, thanks to your will, determination, and hard work.

Some people were ready to count us out. But you and I proved them wrong, just as we have every time they tried to declare this race over prematurely. And we're going to keep showing them exactly what we can do.

We're going to do it for everyone across America who's been counted out -- but refused to be knocked out. For everyone who's stumbled -- but stood right back up. And for everyone who works hard -- but never gives up.

I hope you enjoy our victories tonight as much as I am. We won this one together, and that makes it that much better. Thank you so very much for all you have done for our campaign.

Thank you so much for everything you did to make this night possible.

All the best,
Hillary

Anonymous said...

Dear Hillary,
Congratulations on your big win tonight. I know that you were never out, and I am enjoying tonight's win as much as you are. Now let's win in Pennsylvania.
Your friend,
Chilly Dog

Anonymous said...

Dear Chilly Dog,

You fueled Hillary's stunning comeback, and she and I both know that this campaign would not be where it is today without you. You should be incredibly proud of what you have accomplished.

We need to hit the ground running in Pennsylvania, and thanks to your commitment to Hillary, we are doing exactly that.

No one thought we could compete on the air in Ohio and Texas -- but thanks to you, we did. You are making the impossible possible and meeting every challenge.

That's just what Hillary will do as president, just so long as we keep working with her to win.

I know I speak for Hillary when I tell you that we both know how deep your commitment to her campaign runs. And she is matching that commitment with her effort every day on the campaign trail, because your support deserves nothing less.

Chilly, you are a remarkable American. Thank you so much for everything you are doing to help Hillary win.

Sincerely,

Bill Clinton

Anonymous said...

Bill,
Thank you for your kind words. I cannot take all of the credit that you are giving me; your daughter Chelsea is also doing a fine job for Mrs. Clinton. And you are also helping by not getting in the way like you did in South Carolina. Let's win in Pennsylvania.
All the best,
Chilly Dog

Anonymous said...

Dear Chilly,

You are right....I've been doing everything I can to help, criss-crossing the primary states, talking to thousands of people. And you know my mom is working her heart out. I'm so proud of the way she keeps fighting every day for what she believes in and for the America she knows we can be.

Thanks for doing everything you are doing, we wouldn't be where we are without you.

Chelsea

Geraldine Ferraro said...

Dear Chilly –

Thank you for everything you have done and continue to do to make this a better world for my children and grandchildren.

You have my deep admiration and respect.

Gerry

Anonymous said...

Dear Chilly,
I am so inspired by all you have done for my campaign. You've made calls, you've volunteered, you've voted, you've made so many internet postings -- and I'm so grateful for all you've done.

And there's one thing in particular that you've done by participating in my campaign that fills me with pride. You've let every little girl in America know that she can be anything she wants to be. I couldn't be more proud.

Thank you for everything,

Hillary

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs. Ferraro,

Thank you for your service also. I really want to help out your children and grandchildren, as well as any pets that you may have. If you don't have a dog, I would recommend getting one now that you aren't on the campaign. They are very fun. I could even let you borrow my brother Rusty if you would like. Let me know.

Yours forever,

Chilly Dog

Chilly Dog said...

Hi Hillary, Bill, and everyone. I thought that since we had been corresponding so much you would like to see my picture so you would know what I look like. Maybe you could send one of yourself too? How is the campaign going?

Chilly Dog

Anonymous said...

Dear Chilly,

Great picture!

When I heard that Elton John was throwing a concert in New York for my mom's campaign, I knew it was going to be a night I didn't want to miss.

Want to join me there?

My mom's campaign is bringing two supporters and their guests to New York on April 9 for both Elton John's one-night-only concert and the party after the concert. It's going to be a great night and a great time. I would like you to be my guest.

It's such an important time to support my mom's campaign. There are big contests coming up, starting with Pennsylvania, and I know she can win with your support. She's working so hard out on the campaign trail, and I know that your support makes a real difference to her and this campaign.

I'm so grateful for everything you're doing to help my mom win!

Thank you!
Chelsea

Chilly Dog said...

Chel---Thanks for the invitation. I would love to go there with you to see Mr. John. I will have to get permission from my owner, but that shouldn't be a problem. Anything that I can do to help.

Chill

Chilly Dog said...

Chel---Good news, my owner gave me permission to go to New York to meet Mr. John with you. I will probably have to take a train because I don't fly. Maybe Gray Hound would work too, although I don't like the idea of having another dog have to take me, especially with everything that they have been through in their lives with the racing and everything. Let me know if I need to dress any particular way.
Your good friend,
Chill

Anonymous said...

Dear Chilly,

Thanks to you, we won a critically important victory tonight in Pennsylvania. It's a giant step forward that will transform the landscape of the presidential race. And it couldn't have happened without your generous support.

There will be much more to do beginning tomorrow. But tonight, let's just celebrate the fact that you and I are part of a remarkable community of people tough enough, passionate enough, and determined enough to win big when everything is on the line.

Thanks so much for all you do.

Sincerely,

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Chilly Dog said...

Dear Hillary, Nice job on the win tonight. I hadn't heard from you in a while, so I was getting worried. Good luck in Indiana.

Chilly Dog

P.S. Hopefully you will have a picture next time you post on here like I do.

Anonymous said...

Dear Chilly,

I was sorry to hear of your illness, and hope for a quick recovery.

Today, in every way that I know how, I am expressing my personal determination to keep forging forward in this campaign.

After our come-from-behind victory in Indiana, there are just 28 days of voting left. But we've never campaigned with the stakes as high or the time as short as they will be over the next four weeks.

And with you by my side, I'm going to keep fighting for what I believe in until every voter has had his or her say.

From the very beginning, you and I have counted on one another, working through every challenge and seizing every opportunity. That's not just the way our campaign works. That's the way America works.

As we enter the final four weeks of this contest, let's keep working our hearts out.

In six days, we have the chance to show our strength in West Virginia. If you'll stand with me, it's an opportunity I intend to make the most of.

There's no question about it -- we've got to make every one of these next 28 days count -- starting with today.

As we've told each other time and time again. There will be good days and not so good days in the course of this campaign. But there will never be a day that we can't count on one another.

As we enter the final 28 days of voting, I know you'll give it everything you've got. And you know I will do the same.

Thanks for being such a wonderful friend and ally and I am praying for your good health,

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Anonymous said...

Dear Chilly,

Hillary told me that you haven't been feeling well. She joins me and Chelsea in wishing you the best in the upcoming days.

I want to tell you about the day I had on Monday. I stopped in nine towns throughout North Carolina, starting the day at 7:30 a.m. in Elizabeth City and ending with a rally in Raleigh. That's the most stops I've ever done in a single day -- for any campaign. And I couldn't be happier to work that hard for Hillary.

I talked to a lot of people that day, and one thing was crystal clear -- people want Hillary to stay in this race until every last voter has a say. That's why Hillary and I are working so hard. That's why we've made a deep commitment to keep campaigning, keep fighting, and keep winning.

We have had a lot of success in this campaign, and our come-from-behind victory in Indiana is the latest example of how Hillary wins when she has your support behind her. As long as you share her commitment to winning, this race is going to continue.

Our next test is just five days away in West Virginia. Hillary needs your help right now to keep winning.

I know something about coming back to win after you've been counted out. So does Hillary. Over the course of this campaign, the pundits have tried to declare a premature end to the race dozens of times.

Well, last time I checked, it's still up to the voters. And there are a lot of voters who haven't had their say yet.

It's up to us to make sure that the voters in West Virginia and the other states yet to come are given a choice. I urge you to act now to help Hillary keep fighting.

I wish I could talk to every last person who has worked so hard for Hillary to thank you for everything you've done for her. You mean so much to both of us. She's still in this thing because of your hard work and your indomitable spirit, and we all express our hope that you have a quick recovery.

Sincerely,


Bill Clinton

Chilly Dog said...

Hi Bill and Hillary. Thank you for your nice get well wishes. I stayed up too late Tuesday night waiting for the Indiana results, and think that I caught something. I had dinner tonight and barked at my brother so I think that I am feeling better. I hope to get back on the campaign trail for your worthy cause by the weekend.
Your friend,
Chilly Dog