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  1. Ryan says

    I have to admit… I was a little devastated by this news. She was an amazing woman, an amazing activist, and she will be missed. Truly, she was one of the good ones.

  2. Chris says

    Never liked her husband even when the gays were swooning and gushing over him. Always liked her though. Not perfect, but better-than-not and very classy.

    Posted by: JT | Dec 8, 2010 12:21:36 AM

    Remind someone to say that about one of your loved ones when they die. Give condolences and Move the hell on!

  3. ratbastard says

    Unless John Edwards suffers from anti-social personality disorder and/or some form of malignant sociopathy or psychopathy, he is also devastated and in pain over his wife’s death. Unless you can conclusively prove he’s not just a flawed human being, but a truly sick individual, don’t be too harsh on him at this time.

  4. Reggie Dunbar II says

    Thanks for being what GOD made you to be…a speaker….an example…and giver…and so much more.

    As a fellow North Carolinan I understand the gift that you shared and will share with others all over the US and world.

    Life is better because of you and your efforts and actions.

    reggie Dunbar II
    Carolinian

  5. RDUB says

    Cheating on your wife and impregnating your mistress while your wife is battling a terminal illness is the very definition of TRASH. To see John as anything but trash speaks volumes about ones moral compass. Fact.

  6. JT says

    LOL @ Chris snapping at me. He must be another North Carolina dork. Yes, Scott, she was the one really pushing her husband to become President too. But, like I said, nobody’s perfect. Still sorry to see her go and admire her dignity in the way she handled it.

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