Dinner with Hillary

I have been asked to have dinner with Hillary Clinton!

Friend --

I'd like to get to know you, and I can't think of a better way to do that than sitting down to dinner together.

Today, if you add your name, you'll be entered for the chance to be flown out with a guest to have dinner with me on the campaign trail.

We don't have to talk politics or get too serious -- no homework assignments before this dinner. I just want to know what's on your mind, and I'd like to thank you for being a part of this team.

The campaign will take care of your travel and accommodations, so you can relax and enjoy our time together.

Add your name right now for the chance to meet me on the campaign trail:

See you for dinner,


Well, me and probably all of the democrats in the country. When I received the email, I of course, jumped at the chance to enter into the drawing for the "Dinner with Hillary". Not because I particularly like her, but because I have some questions that I'd love to ask her. She's the biggest name for the democrats (errr maybe she's neck and neck with Bernie Sanders) and she's got some strength in the big bad government, so I doubt she'd give straight answers to any of my questions. Of course, I'd ask any way though. Here are my questions for Hillary:

Me: Good evening, Hillary. Thank you for inviting me to enjoy dinner with you. I appreciate you understanding the needs of a plant-powered celiac.

Hillary: You're very welcome. Actually, my daughter had gluten-free and vegan options at her wedding reception. How much did you donate to my campaign to win this dinner?

Me: Not a dime, but I am a big admirer of Chelsea. 

Hillary: (What I want her to say) Wonderful. Yes, I'm her number one admirer. (smile)

Me: So, what do you think about the amount of methane produced from cows and the amount of water and food that is grown and given to animals just so we can eat them? Do you support animal agriculture?

Hillary: (What I want her to say) My daughter was a vegetarian and the China Study changed Bill's life. Due to politics, we have claimed to add meat back into our diet, but we are primarily a plant-based family. I'm a big fan of Dr's Esselstyn and Campbell and hope to slowly turn America on to a more plant-based diet so we can save the earth. The less demand we put on animal agriculture, the better off our planet will be. 

Me: Can you get a GMO labeling law passed so EVERYONE can make informed consumer decisions?

Hillary: (What I want her to say) I can and I will.

Me: Do you support both alternative and traditional medicine equally? If so, will you make sure that the public has access to the research of both sides of medicine, again so we all can make educated decisions?

Hillary: (What I want her to say) I am a grandmother now and it is important for all of us to learn, understand, and support all efforts in medicine for the betterment of the American people. Every person is unique and the impact of one method or treatment may differ from person to person, so everyone should have the opportunity to know what the world's scientists, researchers, and doctors have to offer in their respective fields. The goal is to have an informed, healthy, educated America and not let the FDA or pharmaceutical companies run the show.

Me: So, what's up with these alternative medicine doctors getting killed lately? It's terrifying. One of them was my mom's doctor.

Hillary: (What I want her to say) Oh, I'm so sorry for her loss and her family's. Yes, it is terrifying. We are working hard to get to the bottom of it! 

Me: Are you so happy to have marriage legal for ALL?

Hillary: (What I want her to say) I am. It warms my heart and puts a smile on my face to know that no matter who you are, you can marry the one you love.

Me: Lastly, I know you're extremely busy but do you have a favorite podcast you could recommend to me?

Hillary: (What I'd like her to say) Actually, I do. When I exercise, I listen to the Rich Roll Podcast. Every guest is inspiring in their own way.

Me: Really? I LOVE his podcast too! I am so appreciative of your time. Thank you for your honesty and for this opportunity. I will treasure this dinner forever.

Hillary: (What I want her to say) Thank you for your time as well. I'm excited to make things right in our America the beautiful and the world.

What does your dinner conversation with Hillary look like? Post below! :) 

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