When Edwards was closing and said "Can you ever remember a time when this country was so divided?", I was SCREAMING at the TV, "YES!!! And it was John Kerry then, too!!!!" This is EXACTLY like it was in 1971!!!!
You Bullseyed it (again).
To: 1stMarylandRegiment; Mo1; hole_n_one; McGavin999; A Citizen Reporter; Miss Marple
In perhaps the most awkward blooper of the evening, Cheney told Edwards to his face that they had never met before the debate, despite evidence they had.
Edwards' campaign later provided a transcript of a February 2001 prayer breakfast at which Cheney began his remarks by acknowledging the North Carolina senator. The campaign also said Cheney, in his capacity as Senate president, had sworn in Edwards.
Okay, class, what's wrong with that statement?????
posted on 10/05/2004 9:27:31 PM PDT
(What's the Font Spacing, Kenneth?)
Right after the debate, Chris Wallace had on the woman who heads the Kerry campaign (sorry, drawing a blank on her name). Her first comment was regarding Kerry's Senate career and that Cheney had made a point of it. She said: Bush and Cheney are dragging us into the past. Help me God, but Kerry has FORCED this country to relive Vietnam. We did not want to! She then, BTW, referred to Edwards as VIce President Edwards.
Glad to be here, MOgirl
posted on 10/05/2004 9:54:34 PM PDT
(In memory of Walton Wayne Callahan, I love you forever.)
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