I just think that it is really amazing that these 3 women were able to have as much of an impact as they did in the short span of time this week. Whether you like their positions or not, you have to give them credit for the courage to boldly proclaim to their world their convictions. They faced long odds in trying to get their point across, and they did it with both style and gumption. I mostly, but not totally, agree with their positions, and I can only hope that I can have the same fervor and passion for my issues as they did for theirs.
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