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Clinton says her mom worries about her; tells her to turn off TV.

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CARY, NC.---"My mother said to me the other day that she worries as much about me now," said Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) as when she was younger. "I tell her to turn off the TV, she wouldn’t worry so much."
Clinton spoke Saturday morning to a womens group in this Raleigh suburb.

On Mother's Day, Clinton said "I want to be home. I want to be in my own house." But she won't she has campaign events already skedded.

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No doubt Mrs. Rodham feels the hate coming at her daughter out of the corporate media that is owned by the same interests young Barry's been dutifully serving with those carefully planned absences or 'present' votes.
We're on to them!
Sign the NOW petition about the media coverage.
www.now.org/issues/media/070315hillary_media.html
Hillary Clinton and the Media:
From Intelligent and Fair to Appallingly Sexist and Pointless
KEEP IT UP FOR AWHILE HILLARY, TIL THE POST REZKO INDICTMENTS COME DOWN!

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