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Homotextual: Julia Carson

Filed By Ed Team | December 17, 2007 7:08 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: Indiana, Julia Carson, obituary, poor

"They looked at me something awful. I had tears in my eyes. I said, 'I need some food for my mom. She's very ill and can't work.' They gave me lard and cornmeal and told me not to bring 'my ass' there anymore."

-- Indiana Representative Julia Carson (D) remembering her experience as a child seeking poor relief. Rep Carson, who passed away last weekend, dedicated her political career to helping the poor.

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