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14 July 2009

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TheRevKev

WOW!

In her own life story lies and lives the story of so many in our communities around the country!

God rest her brother's soul and I pray and trust that she will bring all of these personal and heart-filled understandings to the Office of the Surgeon General and really begin the journey towards HEALTHCARE ACCESS in this country and better overall HEALTH AND WELLNESS!!!

Rod, thank you for this post!

DFS

bravo!

FREELEO

Finally, a surgeon general who may get it.

Ravenback

Well, she sounds likes an excellent choice. Her background certainly gives her plenty of empathy on various medical issues. I'm sure she'll be confirmed, but the Rethuglicans will put her through hoops and circles. They will place holds on her nomination which will delay things for a couple of months or so. But congratulations to her.

mjolnir202

Very impressive. I look forward to HIV being treated like the epidemic it is. Let's hope she doesn't crash and burn like Joycelyn Elders for daring to speak the truth.

nahtans

Good pick...hope she realises she will be a target

FREELEO

I'm with you, mjotnir202. I don't want her to crash and burn but, I do want her to speak truth to power every chance she gets. What would we profit if she gains great power and loses her soul and subsequently her voice in the process?

alicia banks

yes

i love her

obama gets 2 cool points for his two recent appointees...

but i still hate him
for how he has betrayed poor/gays etc

he has MANY more pts to go to get back to 0 with me

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