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Capitol Quotes, Oct. 5 2006 (access required)

Capitol Quotes “In the ’50s it was common. In the ’60s it was common. You don’t use it today because people have tried to make it offensive. Things change, and you know what≠ Who cares≠ Whatever they want to be called, I’m OK with that.’ — Rep. Russell Pearce, as quoted in the East Valley ...

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