Hillary, oh Hillary

I'm pretty excited -- Hillary Clinton is coming to speak at the HIV/AIDS conference at church. I really hope I get to meet her...even though there's no way that I'll actually vote for her.

Here's part of an article about it...

Presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., will attend a meeting on AIDS at the Saddleback Church hosted by pastor and "The Purpose Driven Life" author Rick Warren and his wife Kay, church officials announced Thursday."I commend Rick and Kay Warren for their work to fight HIV/AIDS," said Clinton, who is considered the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination. "Our churches have a powerful role to play in raising the consciousness of the nation and the world to this pandemic and urge compassion for the sick and the suffering."The third annual Global Summit on AIDS and the Church will be held Nov. 27 through Dec. 1.

"Inviting politicians from different perspectives to the summit is not a political decision, it is a humanitarian and Christian action," Rick Warren said. "When millions are dying each year, we're interested in lives, not labels. We want everyone to become concerned about the AIDS pandemic."

You should go to the conference...it'll be pretty sweet.

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