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Hillary Clinton’s Style: ‘Storm In A B-Cup’

by | 29th, July 2007

hillary-clinton-breasts.jpgTHE Washington Post notes of Hillary Clinton: “She was wearing a rose-colored blazer over a black top. The neckline sat low on her chest and had a subtle V-shape. The cleavage registered after only a quick glance. No scrunch-faced scrutiny was necessary. There wasn’t an unseemly amount of cleavage showing, but there it was. Undeniable.”

Senior campaign adviser Ann Lewis said yesterday in the fund-raising e-mail:


Would you believe that The Washington Post wrote a 746-word article on Hillary’s cleavage?

Apparently, it was showing when she gave a speech in the Senate about the skyrocketing cost of higher education. Now, I’ve seen some off-topic press coverage — but talking about body parts? That is grossly inappropriate.

Frankly, focusing on women’s bodies instead of their ideas is insulting. It’s insulting to every woman who has ever tried to be taken seriously in a business meeting. It’s insulting to our daughters — and our sons — who are constantly pressured by the media to grow up too fast.

By now, the media should know better. But they don’t. We need your help to keep attention focused on where it belongs: turning this country around after six long years of Dick Cheney, Alberto Gonzalez, Karl Rove, and George Bush.

Take a stand against this kind of coarseness and pettiness in American culture. And take a stand for Hillary, the most experienced, most qualified candidate running for president.

There will always be people who try to make a campaign about make up, clothes, and now, even cleavage. In fact, if you watched the last debate, you remember that Hillary’s jacket was the subject of some discussion among the candidates — because it was coral.

Debates should be serious business. We are, after all, picking the next commander in chief. You and I know that this campaign is about what’s really important.

This campaign should be about what the future will be for 47 million Americans who are living without health insurance, including 8.3 million children.

It’s about importing 1.46 million barrels of oil a day and dumping 5 billon tons of carbon into the air every year.

It’s about more than 3,600 American troops dying in Iraq in a war that has already cost more than $400 billion.

Hillary has what it takes to solve these problems. As president, she will make us proud every single day.

But first, she has to win. And only your support — in whatever amount, large or small — will help make that happen.

Thank you for everything you are doing to help Hillary win. The house parties, the rallies, the new sign ups on the website have all been fantastic. Anything you can do to help financially will also be appreciated.


Ann F. Lewis

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