Hillary Clinton’s testy testimony left plenty of unanswered questions about Benghazigate. But once the proceedings wrapped up, yet another question lingered: just who was that mysterious woman in the blue Snuggie-like thing passing Hillary notes?




Why is no one getting to the bottom of this?

We deserve to know what’s going on.

Ah. That would certainly explain it.

  • http://pinterest.com/j0s1395/ Josephine (D)

    Why do Snuggies still exist any more?

    • madian_kikyou

      Because they’re warm?

    • Jack Deth

      Because the green and black camouflage pattern Snuggie, with a little bit of work makes a cheap, warm, decent Ghillie Suit?

    • Melissa Banowski Anger

      Don’t be dissing the Snuggies, now! 😉 I love my Snuggie! I’m using it right now. It keeps me warm on these cold nights.

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      Because the initial run of manufacture was 43,000,000,000 units?

    • orringtonmom (D)

      it’s a blanket with sleeves!! God bless America!!

  • Edwina

    Did any one notice Hillary was not wearing a wedding ring? She had a large ring with black stone.

    • ceemack

      Maybe that’s her way of mourning the day she got engaged to Bill.

  • Junie3

    Why’s she passing notes?

    • conservativechick

      I noticed that and WHO is she anyway? Giving the Hillster crib sheets?

    • Emily B

      Is it something she’d like to share with the rest of the class??

  • Mary

    It’s a pashmina. Lots of women wear them

  • CarlaJD

    When I woked at Dept State there was a women who wore only furry bedroom shoes. God’s truth. She wandered around everywhere regardless of season. Not surprised at this, guess it is new State Department Style LOL

  • http://twitter.com/Jefffrye2 Jeff frye

    The snuggie is actually a pashmina woolen shawls made in Kashmir,find written mention in Afghan texts between 3rd century BC and the 11th century AD if it’s a true pashmina than it come from the middle east or the Ladakhi pashmina is produced in similar high altitudes of chanthan on the IndiaChina border at Kashmir. The name comes from Pashmineh (پشمینه), made from Persian pashm (“wool”).[2] The wool comes from changthangi or pashmina goat, which is a special breed of goat indigenous to high altitudes of the Himalayas in Nepal, Pakistan and northern India.Not something you see every day in America or not in my neck of the woods anyway?

    • bidentime

      Looks like a snuggie.

  • Peyton

    What difference does it make would have been the appropriate answer to “Is that woman wearing a snuggie”, not what happened in Benghazi.