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Gloria Feldt said…
Veronica-
Thanks for the mention of "On Labor Day, Working Women Need Straight Answers from john McCain". All of our voices together are powerful!
Gloria
Hello Veronica:

My name is Patricia Volonakis Davis and I am the editor-in-chief of Harlots'Sauce Radio, an e-magazine and podcast. I have also ocasionally written for Work It Mom!
With your permission, may we post your article, "Why Sara Palin is Good For Feminism" at our mag?
We are a new mag and curretnly cannot pay for artcles, but we will give you a full byline and bio.

If you'd like to check out our mag before you answer, our URL is www.harlotssauce.com

If we have your permission, will you please verify that by sending me an email at: patricia@harlotssauce.com

Also, send us your bio at:
editors@harlotssauce.com
Thank you so much for your time and we look forward to hearing from you!
Daniel said…
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Hey beaner,
Did you pick up your foodstamps today? How about your welfare check?

Go back to mEhico you filthy brown cockroach.

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