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Dear Friend and Reader: Yesterday, Stephanie Tubbs Jones, the first black woman ever elected to congress, died of a brain hemorrhage. Plenty of people die of this kind of thing every year, and while at 58 she was not exactly old, things do go wrong. So it’s very plausible that’s actually what happened; it is certainly believable, and that is the important thing.
You don’t have to kill, threaten or blackmail everyone to get the attention of people who might oppose you; you merely need to demonstrate what might happen if you step out of line.
Now, having written that, I suggest very carefully treading here. This woman has a family, in distress. AND, it can appear slightly callous to bring this up, at this point.
How many is that now? Something like 9 isnt it?, I am wondering if there will be an autopsy report made availible to the public.
Curious, stealth.....does the death of a 'SuperDelegate' have any effect on the Nomination process??