That Mill Again

This time around it's Elizabeth Edwards telling the tale of John Edwards' father and that damn mill closing: In this version John's mother was fixing up old furniture for resale (which she "probably" got "from New Hampshire" -- yeah, right), but then had to give up her "dream" to take a union job so she could get health insurance for the family because his father got bounced from that damn mill and lost his insurance. OK, OK. we got it. But let's get real. As far as hard-luck stories go, this is a little, um, soft.

Sound Bite: "John decided that in no place in America should anyone have to leave a job they love or stay in a job they hate because of health insurance."