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Thompson's Health (Hugh Hewitt's Obsession With This...)
Townhall ^ | September 06, 2007 | Hugh Hewitt

Posted on 09/06/2007 8:27:27 AM PDT by jdm

September 6, 2007

Posted by: Hugh Hewitt  at 9:55 AM

The most comprehensive report on Fred Thompson's cancer I have seen is here.  (HT: Politico.)  Key graphs:

``The nature of the disease is that it tends to relapse,'' said David Fisher, a lymphoma specialist and assistant professor of medicine at Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. ``How long one can live with the disease varies considerably.'' ...

Thompson's cancer is an uncommon form called nodal marginal zone lymphoma, which accounts for 2 percent to 4 percent of all cases, according to Owen O'Connor, chief of the lymphoma service at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York and author of about 100 research papers on the disease....

``Because this is so rare -- there are about 1,500 cases per year in the U.S. -- it's hard to prognosticate,'' O'Connor said in an interview. ``Most of the statistics you see on the National Cancer Institute Web site are old data. It's very hard to reach broad generalizations.''

Thompson's doctor, Bruce Cheson, head of hematology and oncology at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, told CNN in April that his patient had no evidence of the disease after being treated and that many such patients ``can live a normal life span.''

``The indolent, or slow-growing lymphomas are very treatable, but rarely if ever curable,'' Cheson said in the April interview. ``Therefore, his likelihood of recurring is high, but this may not happen for a number of years.''

Cheson couldn't comment further because Thompson hasn't given permission for him to do so, Georgetown Medical School spokeswoman Marianne Worley said in a Sept. 4 interview. Thompson's campaign representatives didn't return phone calls seeking comment. ....

The textbook average life expectancy for all forms of non- Hodgkin's lymphoma is six to 12 years after diagnosis. Among patients diagnosed with Stage 1, or cancer that hasn't spread, the average 10-year survival rate is about 70 percent, Fisher said. For those diagnosed with extensive cancers, the 10-year survival rate is 36 percent. It is not known at what stage Thompson's cancer was diagnosed.



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KEYWORDS: cancer; elections; fredthompson; hughhewitt; lymphoma
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This is how Hugh comes across:

"DID YOU KNOW THAT FRED THOMPSON HAD CANCER? YES, LIFE-THREATENING CANCER! CANCER, I SAY!"

I stole that line from a blog, but I agree that Hugh seems to be going overboard here, probably since he's got so much love for Romney.

1 posted on 09/06/2007 8:27:29 AM PDT by jdm
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To: jdm

hugh hewitt is a largely worthless RINO shill.


2 posted on 09/06/2007 8:32:49 AM PDT by flashbunny (<--- Free Anti-Rino graphics! See Rudy the Rino get exposed as a liberal with his own words!)
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To: jdm

bump


3 posted on 09/06/2007 8:35:16 AM PDT by lesser_satan (FRED THOMPSON '08)
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To: jdm
the usual Bravo Sierra...
4 posted on 09/06/2007 8:36:33 AM PDT by xcamel (FDT/2008 -- talk about it >> irc://irc.freenode.net/fredthompson)
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To: jdm
Let's see, my 29 yr old son was diagnosed with the same kind of lymphoma, and after treatment, has continued to be pronounced cancer free for 7 years!

The 77 year old mother of a very good friend, has been cancer free of the exact same cancer, for 15 years (more than two Presidential terms)!

The question here is does Hugh Hewitt have knowledge of how long he will live, much less question the health of another?

5 posted on 09/06/2007 8:38:10 AM PDT by zerosix
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To: jdm

It’s ok, Fred died from the cancer several weeks ago. Seeing as how that stopped the cancer from returning, it should not cause him any problems once he becomes President.


6 posted on 09/06/2007 8:39:02 AM PDT by ejonesie22 (I don't use a sarcasm tag, it kills the effect...)
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To: jdm

Hugh is so vested in Romney that he really is losing credibility. Sad to see....


7 posted on 09/06/2007 8:39:22 AM PDT by eureka! (Is power so important to the Democrats that they are willing to betray our country? Sadly, yes.)
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To: jdm

Hugh has always said that in elections he will support the most conservative candidate who has a realistic shot at winning. His definition of “realistic” is directly related to how conservative the candidate is though. Thus he has never supported a truly conservative candidate because he apparently goes into all elections already believing that no truly conservative candidate is electable.


8 posted on 09/06/2007 8:42:15 AM PDT by ZGuy
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To: jdm; calcowgirl

Hugh who?

Oh the RINO in L.A. who supported Tom McClintock for governor of CA in the 2003 recall until the “johnny-come-lately”, Ahnold jumped on the band wagon...that Hugh?
Yea, well that back stabber, Hugh, has about as much credibility as a screen door on a submarine.


9 posted on 09/06/2007 8:42:20 AM PDT by kellynla (Freedom of speech makes it easier to spot the idiots! Semper Fi!)
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To: jdm

Hugh picked his horse too early. Thompson is ten times better than Romney.


10 posted on 09/06/2007 8:42:41 AM PDT by The Ghost of FReepers Past (Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light..... Isaiah 5:20)
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To: flashbunny; eureka!

This year I went back in my posts to see what was so important, that I had to sign up at FR to post it.

My first post was a complaint about what a Pollyanish girl-man Hugh Hewitt is.


11 posted on 09/06/2007 8:43:56 AM PDT by ansel12 (First, cut off them off from jobs, benefits and other fruits of our society, Feed attrition.)
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To: jdm

I always knew I was right about Hugh Hewitt. This confirms it. Hewitt’s a RINO loving SOB lowlife.


12 posted on 09/06/2007 8:50:49 AM PDT by Reagan Man (FUHGETTABOUTIT Rudy....... Conservatives don't vote for liberals!)
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To: The Ghost of FReepers Past

I didn’t know about Thompson’s cancer, but I have to say that when I first say photos of him I thought “wow, he doesn’t look real good” Perhaps he put off his announcement because of physical reasons?


13 posted on 09/06/2007 8:52:22 AM PDT by princess leah
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To: jdm

Hugh Hewitt doesn’t have nearly the credibility he had a few years ago - largely because of nonsense like this.


14 posted on 09/06/2007 8:53:07 AM PDT by Titus Quinctius Cincinnatus (Want authentic 1st century Christianity? Visit a local, New Testament Independent Baptist church!)
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To: eureka!

Losing his credibility! Hewitt lost his credibility when he backed that famous leftcoast liberal RINO, Ahnold Schwarzy.


15 posted on 09/06/2007 8:53:18 AM PDT by Reagan Man (FUHGETTABOUTIT Rudy....... Conservatives don't vote for liberals!)
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To: princess leah
If health were an issue I don't think he would be in the race. He is 65 years old. How good should he look? Frankly I like his look far better than slick Ken doll Romney.

I say this even though Thompson is not my first choice. It's just that Romney is my LAST choice.

16 posted on 09/06/2007 8:55:17 AM PDT by The Ghost of FReepers Past (Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light..... Isaiah 5:20)
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To: princess leah

Fred has lost a significant amount of weight since June 1st when he began testing the waters. But its not from cancer. Fred`s been working out with a personal trainer to build up his stamina. I’d say that shows he’s a serious candidate.


17 posted on 09/06/2007 8:55:51 AM PDT by Reagan Man (FUHGETTABOUTIT Rudy....... Conservatives don't vote for liberals!)
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To: jdm

Hugh Hewitt is a totally, 100% committed Mitt-worshipper.


18 posted on 09/06/2007 8:57:49 AM PDT by JohnnyZ (Romney : "not really trying to define what is technically amnesty. I'll let the lawyers decide.")
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To: jdm

That’s because the same man that wanted to stick us with Harriet Meiers on SCOTUS also wants to see RINO Rudy win the Republican nomination for President.


19 posted on 09/06/2007 9:01:11 AM PDT by Ol' Sparky
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To: ejonesie22

It’s ok, Fred died from the cancer several weeks ago.”

If he had just had some fire in the belly, perhaps he would not have passed away....


20 posted on 09/06/2007 9:01:30 AM PDT by ConservativeDude
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To: jdm

Has Thompson’s entire political career consisted of just two years in the U.S. Senate?


21 posted on 09/06/2007 9:02:08 AM PDT by Irene Adler (')
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To: eureka!
Hugh is so vested in Romney that he really is losing credibility. Sad to see....

I've been a big fan for a long time, but it's getting so I can't trust anything Hugh says concerning the presidential race. SO disappointing.

22 posted on 09/06/2007 9:02:29 AM PDT by inkling (exurbanleague.com)
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To: jdm
Does anyone actually think Thompson looks healthy and strong or are we all seeing something else and no one wants to say it?

I suppose it could just be my bias since I’m a Hunter supporter but my eyes are usually pretty trustworthy.

23 posted on 09/06/2007 9:02:44 AM PDT by Perchant
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To: ConservativeDude
Actually I think he was just to lazy to get treatment and figured, “Hey, I am going back to DC were the dead run things anyways, what the hell!”
24 posted on 09/06/2007 9:03:55 AM PDT by ejonesie22 (I don't use a sarcasm tag, it kills the effect...)
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To: Perchant

He has just been through a battle with cancer and is comming back, not going back, it will wear on even a younger man. But he is working out and getting back in shape. Give him some time.


25 posted on 09/06/2007 9:05:37 AM PDT by ejonesie22 (I don't use a sarcasm tag, it kills the effect...)
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To: inkling

Re#22 Exactly.


26 posted on 09/06/2007 9:08:31 AM PDT by eureka! (Is power so important to the Democrats that they are willing to betray our country? Sadly, yes.)
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To: jdm
Why all the deflecting of this issue of Thompson's cancer?

It was the first thing Fred Thompson made public when he started his "testing the waters" phase.

Thompson thinks it is important and his supporters need a better response to the issue than try to tear down anybody who brings up the subject.

This issue will get A LOT of attention from the media and most assuredly the Democrats so there needs to be compelling responses and not just calling the questioner a "poopy head."
27 posted on 09/06/2007 9:17:02 AM PDT by elizabetty (Ron Paul - Because Moonbats Need Choices Too!)
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To: Irene Adler
Fred was a Sen from 94-2003

Fred Dalton Thompson (born August 19, 1942 as Freddie Dalton Thompson[1]) is an American politician, lawyer, lobbyist, and character actor. He represented Tennessee as a Republican in the U.S. Senate from 1994 through 2003.

28 posted on 09/06/2007 9:17:09 AM PDT by Hazcat (We won an immigration BATTLE, the WAR is not over. Be ever vigilant.)
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To: Perchant

I am also a huge Hunter fan. He always sounds great in the debates. Last night he barely got a question. I am torn about Thompson, agree with you that he just doesn’t look well. Does he just look old compared to other candidates or are we used to seeing him in full makeup on Law and Order?
I am interested to see Fred in action now that he is in.


29 posted on 09/06/2007 9:19:22 AM PDT by 2rightsleftcoast
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To: Irene Adler

Obama is the one with the two year stint.

Fred was elected twice, once to fill the term of Algore in 1994, then a full term in 1996 for six years. He could have run one more term but didn’t because of Betsey and other things. He believes in term limits and took himself out of the picture, like George Washington did.

He was also a prosecutor and has done other work for the government. He’s been on a committee to advise the secretary of state until he started this campaign. He had a high security clearance. Plus working on the staff of the watergate committee. Worked on the John Roberts nomination. Worked as an unpaid staffer for several political campaigns. Founded a Young Republican group in his hometown.


30 posted on 09/06/2007 9:21:24 AM PDT by hoosierpearl (To God be the glory.)
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To: ConservativeDude

I heard he died because he was too lazy to breathe....

Or didn’t have time to breathe because he’s been working too many jobs at the same time...

But it’s okay, its a CFR conspiracy, they have to practice life support on someone.


31 posted on 09/06/2007 9:24:20 AM PDT by hoosierpearl (To God be the glory.)
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To: jdm
I have concerns about Fred's health as well, especially considering the heavy toll being President can exact upon a person.

Having said that, however, I trust his Doctor's assessment of his condition and his ability to handle the job.

Fred will be a GREAT President.
32 posted on 09/06/2007 9:27:54 AM PDT by reagan_fanatic (Ron Paul put the cuckoo in my Cocoa Puffs)
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To: elizabetty

Fred put his health issue out there first, because people wanted him to run. He didn’t think it was a problem, but practiced full disclosure on this so people could make up their own minds. I admire how he handled it.

If it was a problem, people could have brought it up before when he first disclosed. Some did, many did not.

It is a judgment call for everyone involved as many people go in remission, and often it never comes back. I have a dear friend who was a cancer patient and is doing well forty years later. You never know and hope for the best.

That said, some will use it against him no matter what. This has been discussed rather thoroughly. A person needs a little humor in this grim world.


33 posted on 09/06/2007 9:30:35 AM PDT by hoosierpearl (To God be the glory.)
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To: ConservativeDude

On the contrary, the autopsy said that the cause of death was a 3 alarm belly fire, caused by eating a chili dog at the county fair. Apparently the onions were too much for old, sick, Fred and he keeled over sometime after.

Kudos to those CFR reanimators on an excellent job of reanimating Fred!


34 posted on 09/06/2007 9:34:11 AM PDT by perfect_rovian_storm (John Cox 2008: Because Duncan Hunter just isn't obscure enough for me!)
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To: jdm

Do you know that if Hillary had sex with Bill Clinton she could become mentally ill from a venereal disease.


35 posted on 09/06/2007 9:37:48 AM PDT by TornadoAlley3 ( An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping that it will eat him last..)
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To: Perchant

He looks healthy and strong to me.


36 posted on 09/06/2007 9:39:27 AM PDT by jdm
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To: jdm

Anyone can die, any minute, on any given day. If you are President, this is what VPs are for ......... so to Fred: pick a good one and to Hugh: MOVE ON!


37 posted on 09/06/2007 9:48:31 AM PDT by MissMagnolia (Democrats can't win unless America loses & their definition of "fairness" is equal misery for all.)
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To: jdm
Like it or not, on the subject of electability, Fred Thompson's health is a real issue and must be addressed seriously if he is to have any chance of winning the general election.

People know he battled cancer. Therefore, people are understandably concerned about his ability to serve out a four-year term.

Until voters are convinced his cancer is not an issue, it will remain an issue. His opponents—on both sides—will make sure it remains an issue.

The last thing we should want to see is for the so-called "11th Commandment" to be in force during the primaries, only to have our nominee's chances quickly go up in smoke in the general election because Republicans were "too polite" to bring up such issues when we had the chance.

Rather than excoriate any of our fellow lib-haters who would dare to bring up the "C" word and Sen. Thompson, I see this as an opportunity to deal with it now, while there's still plenty of time to find out which antidotes work and which do not.

38 posted on 09/06/2007 9:51:29 AM PDT by newgeezer (Just my opinion, of course. Your mileage may vary.)
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To: flashbunny

Of the worst kind...HH is a big Arnold and Riordan supporter too.


39 posted on 09/06/2007 9:53:15 AM PDT by Fred (Democrat Party - "The Nadir of Nihilism")
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To: Victoria Delsoul; Mia T; Peach; EaglesTalon; FairOpinion

Scumbag ghoul pinglist.


40 posted on 09/06/2007 9:53:21 AM PDT by Petronski (Cleveland Indians: Pennant -17)
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To: Irene Adler

No.


41 posted on 09/06/2007 9:55:25 AM PDT by Petronski (Cleveland Indians: Pennant -17)
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To: jdm

I also worry about his cancer, about how a grueling presidential campaign might affect his health, and what the Clintons will do with ‘the cancer thing’ once Hillary and Fred are both nominees.

I also wish his pretty, youngish wife had a more grown-up, serious style.


42 posted on 09/06/2007 10:09:46 AM PDT by carola
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To: jdm
Thompson's NHL is a legitimate concern. His lymphoma is correctly described by Thompson's physicians as indolent, however remission is described as likely. His form of lymphoma is called nodal marginal zone lymphoma .

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43 posted on 09/06/2007 10:18:00 AM PDT by Plutarch
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To: carola
I also wish his pretty, youngish wife had a more grown-up, serious style.

Got any examples, specifically, which made you think this? Otherwise that's nothing more than an empty cheap shot on your part.

44 posted on 09/06/2007 10:18:25 AM PDT by jdm
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To: Irene Adler; Petronski
Has Thompson’s entire political career consisted of just two years in the U.S. Senate?

Heavens no.

Thompson’s resume

One thing that lefties seem to be continually arguing is that conservatives who want to see Fred Thompson as the GOP nominee for President are hypocrites because he lacks experience even more so then any of the Democratic frontrunners - Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John Edwards.

Well, they’re all attorneys, right? So it should be easy to compare their resumes. Lets take a look:

Barack Obama: Two years as a US Senator. No leadership positions in the Senate. Eight years as a state senator. Ran unsuccessfully for congress in 2000. Private practice attorney, law professor. Top quality education (Harvard)

Hillary Clinton: Six years as a US Senator. No leadership positions in the Senate. Eight years as First Lady of the US. Twelve years as First Lady of Arkansas. House Judiciary committee staffer, private practice attorney, law professor. Top quality education (Yale)

John Edwards: Six years as a US Senator. No leadership positions in the Senate. Democratic nominee for Vice-President in 2004. Private practice attorney. Top quality education (North Carolina)

Fred Thompson: Eight years as a US Senator. Four years as Chairman of the Governmental Affairs Committee. Assistant US Attorney. Co-Chief Senate Watergate Council. Special counsel to the Governor of Tennessee (1980), Special Counsel to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (1980-81), Special Counsel to the Senate Intelligence Committee (1982), Private practice attorney. Actor, Radio show personality, research fellow with the American Enterprise Institute. Top quality education (Vanderbilt).

So, basically here we have four politicians, all attorneys, all with law degrees from top institutions, all with eight years or fewer in the Senate, all without long careers in public office. But from a legal perspective, Fred Thompson’s resume is clearly far more impressive. If we were sitting and examining each of these resumes for, say, an appellate court appointment none would dispute that Thompson’s is superior to the other three.

Now granted, we’re looking for a President here, not a judge. One could argue that Hillary’s experience as first lady was very valuable. Perhaps. But Fred Thompson - despite only serving a few years longer then the others in the Senate, held a tremendously important Committee Chairmanship while there. Combined with his work in a US Attorneys office, leading the Watergate investigation, and as an attorney advising Senate committees, he has enormous experience dealing with government reform issues and an understanding of the workings of the highest levels of government. Experience that the three Democrats simply don’t have. Each of them came to the US Senate already hungry for the Presidency, and have spent most of their time as Senators working toward that goal.

Fred Thompson’s resume is far superior. Arguing otherwise is ludicrous.

Source

45 posted on 09/06/2007 10:27:58 AM PDT by jdm
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To: Reagan Man; kellynla
Hugh Hewitt wrote in 2003:
Schwarzenegger does great things for the re-election of George W. Bush by immediately putting California into in '04 when Schwarzenegger is sworn in as governor, and Schwarzenegger helps the likely GOP Senate nominee against Barbara Boxer – the conservative Tony Strickland. So Schwarzenegger is closer to Pataki than Reagan, so what? It is a huge advantage to have an ally in the statehouse. The choice to think about with '04 in mind is not Schwarzenegger vs. McClintock or Simon, it is Schwarzenegger vs. Cruz.

The GOP benefits as a whole. Imagine you are Jim DeMint, likely nominee of the GOP for the open U.S. Senate seat in South Carolina, or Lisa Murkowski, incumbent GOP senator in Alaska. Wouldn't it be great to call the Bush people and ask for and get Schwarzenegger to drop into your state for a little fundraiser at $1,000 a head? This is what Bill Clinton does 24x7x365. Schwarzenegger would be a hyperdraw on the fundraising circuit, a crucial component of politics, exceeded only by the president and the vice president. Three such draws is better than two.


46 posted on 09/06/2007 11:02:57 AM PDT by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: jdm

I don’t think what I said was a cheap shot. This might be a cheap shot, but true. She needs a style that does not cry out mid-twenties Paris Hilton/Lindsay Lohan wannabe. She needs to get rid of the long, lanky hair for starters. If she doesn’t want to cut it, she should wear it up. I also don’t know that Americans want to see a lot of cleavage on a first lady. A little more subdued is all I’m saying.


47 posted on 09/06/2007 11:09:23 AM PDT by carola
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To: calcowgirl
Thanks for the post.

Hewitt is one of the biggest brown nosers in the punditry business. I’m convinced he’s no conservative, but not fully ready to label him a RINO. Just a RINO enabler.


48 posted on 09/06/2007 11:09:33 AM PDT by Reagan Man (FUHGETTABOUTIT Rudy....... Conservatives don't vote for liberals!)
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To: calcowgirl

When you look up the word “turncoat” in the dictionary,
you will find a picture of HH.

And of course I’ve posted on FR more times than I want to remember the picture of RINold...from the rear. LOL

the sad part of it all is that after three more years of RINOld; it is going to be pretty difficult for some time to get another Republican elected governor of CA. If Pete Wilson was a joke, RINOld has been an incompetent buffoon.
Well I won’t say “I told ya so.”


49 posted on 09/06/2007 11:15:56 AM PDT by kellynla (Freedom of speech makes it easier to spot the idiots! Semper Fi!)
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To: carola
This might be a cheap shot, but true. She needs a style that does not cry out mid-twenties Paris Hilton/Lindsay Lohan wannabe

She looks like she's trying to be Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan here?

Or here?

If you have a photo if Paris or Lindsay in this sort of outfit, please let me know! I just don't see it.

In addition, Jeri is 40 or so, so she's going to dress her age. She should be forced to dress "older" just because her husband is a Presidential candidate? She's not going to dress 50 or 60, when she's 10-20 years younger than that. No one, regardless of gender, would appreciate being told how "old" they should or should not dress.

50 posted on 09/06/2007 11:23:22 AM PDT by jdm
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