Sunday, February 17, 2008

Hillary Clinton moved by woman's housing woes

Rick Pearson of The Washington Post's The Swamp weblog reports from Kenosha in the Baltimore Sun,
Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton’s voice filled with emotion today as she listened to the story of a mother and young daughter who said they were being forced from their home due to a skyrocketing adjustable mortgage.

Appearing at a rally and question and answer session inside the Brat Shop [sic], a restaurant located off Interstate 94, the main north-south route between Chicago and Milwaukee, Clinton asked local officials if they could provide any help to the woman.

Back in the days of the limited county-option for 18 year olds, help for the troubled at the Brat Stop was a pitcher of malt liquor.

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