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  •  Respectfully.. (3+ / 0-)
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    cometman, corvo, hypersphere01

    The woman has been perpetually defined and framed by everybody and his or her mother.

    She is who she is, and se will never come with the Kung Foo grip or the beach buggy and accessory kit.

    To disagree with her, (as I have) is fine. To define her soul or demand your intent in her purpose isn't.

    Lastly, she has lost her beloved son, which lends her more credibility than the inhabitants of the White House in their entirety.

    ::::

    "Let's put a shoe in there!" ~ Haywood Nelson

    by nowheredesign on Tue May 29, 2007 at 06:50:59 AM PDT

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    •  Respectfully... (3+ / 0-)
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      steve davis, betsyross, Mia Dolan

      she let others define her.

      "Computer. End holographic program...Computer? Computer?"

      by kredwyn on Tue May 29, 2007 at 06:52:44 AM PDT

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      •  blame the victim much? (0+ / 0-)

        Don't fight it son. Confess quickly! If you hold out too long you could jeopardize your credit rating. --Brazil (1985)

        by hypersphere01 on Tue May 29, 2007 at 07:14:03 AM PDT

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        •  Oh? (2+ / 0-)
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          steve davis, The Other Steve

          So this woman who had the strength of character and ability to literally camp out in front of POTUS's summer ranch, for an entire Texas summer, and demand answers re: her son's death is unable to define herself because she's a victim?

          She had the stage. She had support from every part of the country including grieving parents/family members who flew and drove to be with her...united with her in her demand for answers.

          It wasn't left support. It wasn't right support. It was people support. The kind of support that was necessary to change the balance of support for/against the Iraq war. And it had momentum. And I was with her in that support.

          She had defined herself.

          And somewhere between then and now she followed different tangents...and lost that definition.

          "Computer. End holographic program...Computer? Computer?"

          by kredwyn on Tue May 29, 2007 at 07:33:40 AM PDT

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