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10/06/2008

HRC dinner: After lame duck will come sweet treats

by Jeremy Hooper

Hillary C. spoke out against a potential McCain-Palin administration. Suze O. proved that there are still a few financially-minded people deserving of honor. And Jennifer Holliday brought "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" to gay ears for approximately the 999, 999, 999, 999, 999, 998th time.

Picture 11-92Another year, another Human Rights Campaign national dinner:

The HRC 2008 National Dinner in pictures [HRC BackStory]

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