NRO's Lopez predicted a Givhan cleavage article a year ago

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In a July 20 Washington Post Style section article, headlined "Hillary Clinton's Tentative Dip Into New Neckline Territory," staff writer and Pulitzer Prize winner Robin Givhan wrote that "There was cleavage on display Wednesday afternoon on C-SPAN2. It belonged to Sen. Hillary Clinton." Givhan added that it was a "startling" display for Clinton, "someone who has been so publicly ambivalent about style, image and the burdens of both," called Clinton's look "unnerving," and asserted "[t]he last time Clinton wore anything that was remotely sexy in a public setting surely must have been more than a decade ago." Givhan wrote, "[I]t was more like catching a man with his fly unzipped. Just look away!"

More than a year ago, on June 8, 2006, National Review Online editor Kathryn Jean Lopez, "better known as 'K-Lo,' " wrote in a post for the National Review Online blog The Corner:

Cleavage in the Senate

Zarqawi might have knocked Ann Coulter out of the headlines and off our TV screens for the moment, but Hillary Clinton this morning seems to be dressing to full-out take on Ann....Senator Clinton's blazer is a bit lowcut today (I have C-SPAN 2 on).

UPDATE: Here's a screenshot. Prediction: Washington Post Style section piece by a Pulitzer Prize winner about Hillary's sex-appeal advantage.

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Hillary Clinton, 2008 Elections
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