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Monday, December 31, 2007


Posted By on Mon, Dec 31, 2007 at 9:17 PM


Hill's Angels, including my daughter Muriel, or is it Martha, who lives in Newark, or somewhere near there, are partying tonight in Des Moines, or maybe Dubuque. She reports that she dropped by Huckabee headquarters first. She writes:

They were as nice as could be, even though I am covered in Hillary buttons. I told their campaign manager to tell Gov. Huckabee that Martha and Max Brantley said hello.

(PS -- You'd have to have read earlier posts, when my daughter corrected me on a trivial factual matter, to get the intended sarcastic humor in this particular item, I just now realize. She's Martha, a New York resident. She was in Des Moines when the photo was snapped. Happy New Year.)

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