Re: [MOL] Bill and Hill, can't judge...... [00634] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Bill and Hill, can't judge......



Oh, Nanc,

Please forgive me if what I said bothered you.  That's the last thing I want
to do...to bother anybody here.  I love you all too much.

Hugs,

Martha

-----Original Message-----
From: NLPOST@AOL.COM <NLPOST@AOL.COM>
To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com <mol-cancer@lists.meds.com>
Date: Friday, August 13, 1999 7:08 AM
Subject: Re: [MOL] Bill and Hill, can't judge......


>Wow!  Martha,
>Good writing, but wrong subject matter:
>Tooooo much for me, I say live and let live.  Political  comments are not
for
>our forum anyway, remember.  I could say alot but is isn't for me to judge
>anyone.  Sorry!
>Love ya,
>Mom (Nanc) ():-)
>
>In a message dated 8/13/99 9:18:10 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
>home3@worldnet.att.net writes:
>
><<
> Hi Everyone!
>
> I don't know if they are reporting it nationally, but according to the
local
>paper, Bill and Hill are moving to Scarsdale.  Lordy, from the description,
I
>know where the house is, and used to drive past it many a time.  I am happy
>that I moved north and no longer have occasion to be on that road.
>
> My husband hears scuttlebutt from people he knows in the local County
>Democratic Party.  They say Bill wanted to be closer to golf courses and
Hill
>wanted to be closer to town.  She won, in this case.  They say it is pay
back
>for her.  She will stay with him until the end of his term; he has demanded
>that.  Because they will divorce after his term is over, they have picked a
>house which is not quite as expensive as some they looked at.
>
> I am knocking wood anyway, that they are not moving closer to me.  At
least
>one town they were considering, while a world away from me economically, is
>within only about 10 miles.  I was not looking forward to what it might do
to
>traffic.  The mayor of the town and a lot of people who lived there said
they
>didn't want them to come, so I guess they let it pass...
>
> From reading about Hill's tour of NY, I don't know why she is doing this.
>When I first heard, I thought she would have a good shot.  But she really
>comes across like a block of wood.  Just this whole tour..there is no
>publicity of where she is going.  We basically hear about her appearances
>after she's made them.
>
> I know when Robert Kennedy campaigned for Senate, people knew about where
he
>was going to be ahead of time.  I don't remember...I was in my
stroller...but
>there was one woman...my mom...who took me to go see him.
>
> In reading about Hill's temper, in the White House and trying to
understand
>her from all that's gone down, I think the job she really wants is to be
>Queen Victoria.  But unfortunately for her, Queen Victoria is dead and even
>if she weren't, I don't think she would have considered giving up her
throne
>for Hill.
>
> Guiliani isn't too much better.  He is, I'm sure, a good lawyer, and I
>think, has tried to run NYC as he used to run the local office of State
>District Attorneys that he headed.  But Congress?  A job where you have to
>get along with other people who are on the same level as you?  I think both
>of these people like to tell other people what to do.
>
> He has his own story.  He is married, of course, with two children.  His
>wife used to do the news on local TV.  He has reportedly had a big affair
>with someone on his staff...she reportedly left 4 or 5 months ago for a job
>in Washington, DC.  His wife, has made plain, her displeasure...doesn't go
>with him to a lot of events..but I guess, is sticking it out with him.  In
>their case, I suspect it has something to do with being Catholic, and their
>two little kids which are both, I think, under 10.
>
> But the story of his doings with the staff lady, appeared and quickly
>disappeared from the paper.  Not that I like reading about such stuff,
which
>I definitely don't..but that is unusual behavior for the press and I can't
>help but think that the story got squashed because he has been a popular
>mayor.
>
> Where is our free press; I think we have lost it.
>
> If I to get a chance to make up a picket sign telling Hill and Bill to go
>home, let me know if you can think of anything that rhymes with Arkansas.
>
> Love and Hugs,
>
> Martha  >>
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