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Michelle Obama to visit Laura Bush; early White House visit set

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From the Obama campaign....

This afternoon, Michelle Obama spoke by phone with First Lady Laura Bush, and discussed the honor and privilege of the role of First Lady. Mrs. Bush offered her congratulations on the election. In addition to wishing her a happy birthday, Mrs. Obama thanked her for the grace and strength she's demonstrated as First Lady, and expressed appreciation for her guidance in the coming months as the Obama family begins their transition. Mrs. Bush extended an invitation for Mrs. Obama and her two daughters to visit the White House in the coming weeks. A date for the visit will be set soon.

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Maybe Laura is hoping to ask for some sort of amnesty deal in case the criminals really DO get prosecuted.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008
/sep/03/uselections2008.joebiden

IT WILL BE A GREAT VISIT!
THE TRANSITION HAS BEGUN, AMERICA BE PATIENT AND
WATCH HOW EVERYTHING IMPROVES, IT WILL TAKE TIME
BUT IMPROVEMENT IS ON THE WAY!

Okay, so maybe it's not like meeting with the 3rd Reich. Ebert says it's possible Bush didn't KNOW what he was agreeing to. Go have some cookies with the man who let the bad guys steal 2 elections and commit war crimes against MILLIONS of civilians in countries with 'our' oil under their soil.
http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/2008/11/but_im_
waiting_for_that_mornin.html#more
After 8 years of watching a 'Ronald Reagan on steroids' government, forgive me for not feeling very bi-partisan.

LAURA BUSH AND MICHELLE OBAMA A COUPLE OF VERY
RESPECTFUL WOMEN!
BOTH HAVE 2 DAUGHTERS!
BOTH LOVE EDUCATION!
VERY CARING LADIES!

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