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Thanks to Bitch for running an excerpt of my essay from  Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox! I'd love to hear what you think too.

Other excerpts can be found at Newsweek and Huffington Post.

Yeah...a total cheat blog post for today, but sometimes you gotta blog what you gotta blog.

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