Poe remembers his grandmother

Kucinich, Jackie; McCormack, Kelly; Rothstein, Betsy; Soraghan, Mike
May 2007
Hill;5/15/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 57, p14
The article focuses on Texas representative Ted Poe's experiences with his grandmothers. Poe recounts a story of his grandmother beheading a live chicken when he was still five years old. His grandmother told him that they would have a chicken for a Sunday lunch, so he eagerly went out with her to their yard. He also recalls his experience with chicken involving his other grandmother.


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