Skip to comments.Fred Thompsonís wife coming to W.Va.
Posted on 11/20/2007 1:01:48 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
CHARLESTON West Virginia supporters of Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson expect to welcome his wife to the Mountain State on Monday.
Jeri Thompson is scheduled to meet with supporters and volunteers in Charleston, though the campaigns state chapter says details were still being finalized.
Thompson would be at least the third presidential candidates spouse to include West Virginia on the 2008 campaign trail.
Former President Bill Clinton raised cash for his wifes Democratic bid while in town for last months Jefferson-Jackson Dinner keynote appearance.
The wife of Democratic White House hopeful John Edwards was to headline an October fundraiser in Charleston, but travel problems forced her to attend via conference call instead.
Well, NOW the race will heat up.
West Virginia gave JFK the Dem. nomination in 1960. It was about money spent in the WV primary that Joe Kennedy said, “Don’t buy another vote,I won’t pay for a landslide.”
Mrs. Jeri Thompson on Bill O’Reilly TV show right now with Laura Ingraham (guest host)!
Video: Jeri Thompson on The O’Reilly Factor
Posted on November 20th, 2007
By Sean Hackbarth in Video
GREAT JOB ON THE FACTOR!
Ya know .... we’re going to have to set a rule similiar to the Ann Coulter rule .... pictures are a must when posting about Mrs. Thompson! One very lovely lady!
She’s really cute like a Barbie Doll, but I like what she has to say. She’s not a lightweight. She’s smart. She’d make a cute first lady. I’d love to see those kids playing in the White House too.
An excellent interview with Laura. She’s even better than Fred with this particular interviewer.
She seems smart and articulate. If she can keep her cool with the hostile MSM then she will be a real campaign asset.
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