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You heard it here first!


I could be wrong...that's been known to happen before.

But if this happens, just remember you heard it here first. I wouldn't be surprised if Hillary Clinton doesn't soon step up to the plate and tell people to lay off of Sarah Palin on this whole issue. I'm serious. Even though she made it clear Obama is her candidate, and even if she makes it clear as a bell that she's not voting for McCain/Palin, I predict she will not stay silent on this issue with Palin. IMHO, Clinton is too much a supporter of the equality of women to stay silent on this issue, so I truly would not be one bit shocked if Hillary doesn't come to her defense. I could be wrong, but if I'm right, you heard it here first, on September 3, 2008 at 1:58 pm.

Remember as well that although Clinton is endorsing Obama, they are not exactly best friends. All the more reason she might be a little inclined to step up and give a word on behalf of the the sisterhood of the traveling pantsuits.

Okay, Unstoppable is seriously pressing down right now and I'm at a 90 to nothing speed to get it all done. I just had to have a little break here for a sec and drop in to give you my opinion on what's going to happen next regarding this issue as it relates to women. I probably won't be back much to give updates unless I am not too tired to log on after services at night, but we'll see. If Tara and I are able to get on line in our room, I'm sure we'll update everybody and if not...Sunday night's update will be a whopper!

Love to all, and thank for all of you who have sent prayers and well wishes who couldn't be here, nevertheless, I know your hearts are here.

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