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04/29/2010

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re: Your E-piphanies Glimpses into God at work in our lives with Fr. Ron Pogue - Rush to Judgement - subject: Prejudice."I asked my Facebook network if anyone knew the origin of the statement, because it sounded like a quotation to me." Here is one for you..."In every age and clime there is a seething moronic underworld. Its denizens are literate, the can read and write, but care to live at the level of their emotions and vote their prejudices" - INGALLS, John James, Senator from Kansas; born in Middleton, Essex County, Mass., December 29, 1833. As relevant today as when he penned it originally.

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