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Fridays Child Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-08-05 11:52 PM
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9. In her grief, Cindy tried to convince herself that the loss of her son...
...meant something noble. She realized, later, though, that it was for nothing of the kind. Now, she's making Casey's death actually count for something meaningful and good by fighting to stop this immoral war.

And the fact that Drudge, who is plenty bright enough to understand this, would exploit Cindy by generating such baseless suspicion about her, makes him beyond despicable.

Just leave her alone, Matt, you heartless bastard.
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