Skip to comments.Bush Campaigning in Lancaster, Pa.
Posted on 10/27/2004 2:05:56 PM PDT by kingattax
Following is a transcript of President Bush's remarks today in Lancaster, Pa., as provided by Federal News Service.
PRESIDENT BUSH: Listen, before I want to say something, I'm traveling with a guest and a friend who represents thousands of people all across this country who are affiliated with the Democrat Party. My friend has come from Georgia -- (scattered cheers) -- to share a message with you about how we're going to work with Republicans and Democrats and independents to carry the great state of Pennsylvania. Please welcome my friend Senator Zell Miller. (Cheers, applause.)
I'm thrilled to be traveling with him. I told Zell when we landed -- I said, "This is a good-sized crowd here." And there's a reason why: because we're going to carry Pennsylvania on November the 2nd. (Cheers, applause.)
And that's what I'm here to do. I'm here to ask for your vote and ask for your help.
(Excerpt) Read more at latimes.com ...
Where and when is ARRRRHHHold and the prez going to be at the rally??
You know what's cool? Last weekend I was visiting my friends in Lancaster County. They have close friends who are old order mennonites. (1 degree less separated than the Amish). My friend told me 50,000 old order mennonites have registered to vote for the first time in history. They are voting for Bush. My friends old order friend told him, when that Amish elders are going door to door in the area registering other Amish to vote. They are voting for Bush as well. I wonder if the same thing is happening in the old order and amish communities in Ohio. If so, it is good news for Bush. Keep the faith.
great report......thanks for that
had the pumpkin roll last saturday at Stolzfus Farm, (the only tourist all you can eat place I eat at). yum.
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