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To: luv2ndamend
That was all good clean fun, I suppose, just like when some woman on NPR said she hoped Clarence Thomas' ``white wife'' would feed him enough fatty foods to kill him.

That would be Julianne Malveaux, possibly the meanest and ugliest black woman pundit on radio or television.

I rolled on the floor laughing when (about two years ago) the wonderful Reverend Jesse Lee Petersen politely asked her if she was married. When she said "No" defensively and asked why, Reverend Petersen responded calmly: "I didn't think so, because I don't know any man who would put up with a mouth like yours."

11 posted on 11/22/2002 6:48:12 AM PST by RooRoobird14
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To: RooRoobird14
That would be Julianne Malveaux, possibly the meanest and ugliest black woman pundit on radio or television.

Malveaux alternates with Donna Brazile as a member of the panel on Wolf Blitzer's Late Edition CNN Sunday talk show. Brazile was one of the leaders of Gore's 2000 campaign, and she shows her DemocRATic colors all the time. But at least she supports the war against terrorism. Malveaux is somewhat guarded in what she says on the show, but it would appear that she opposes even that.

19 posted on 11/22/2002 8:22:21 AM PST by aristeides
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To: RooRoobird14
When she said "No" defensively and asked why, Reverend Petersen responded calmly: "I didn't think so, because I don't know any man who would put up with a mouth like yours."

That was on Sean Hannity's radio show, sometime after Debacle 2000. I literally fell onto the floor laughing.

54 posted on 11/24/2002 5:43:34 AM PST by hellinahandcart
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