Wed Nov 5 19:36:31 EST 2008
I first read it in a UK newspaper online and then in the Boston Herald.
It wasn't in my New Hampshire daily or the New York Times.
It should have been NATIONAL news. It wasn't. It was ignored.
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> Look at the illegal alien aunt of Obama's, who illegally
> donated money to
> the campaign, living in a Southie housing project story.
> That didn't make my daily newspaper but every time Palin had
> a gaffe, it was in there. >
Well, then how did you know about this? Obviously, from some part of the
media? I don't think there were many people who didn't know this, so
obviously the word got out.
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