Quotes on the Changes in Our Nation since 1776 and Kerry’s Double-standard re: his faith:


“We did have a completely different class of people in 1776. When this country was formed you couldn’t find 10 people on the continent who thought that it was the responsibility of the federal government to provide them with a job or health care. Know this…transport today’s average American back to 1776 and the Revolutionary War would never have happened.” –Neal Boortz


“I do wish Kerry would explain sometime why it is OK for his faith to shape his stands on social welfare programs and the environment when he vows never to let his stands on abortion and embryonic stem cells be shaped by that same faith.” –Jeff Jacoby


And Some to Make You Laugh:


“If the voters are looking for consistency, they got it in John Kerry. Not once in three debates did he appear flustered. Always in control, he delivered his message with surgical precision. If he wins in November, the debates were the critical moment.” –Eleanor Clift


“[Y]ou could feel the presidency slipping away from George Bush.” –Craig Crawford on the third debate


“I don’t know if I just never really noticed it before, or if it was simply WAY more pronounced in Debate #3, but John Kerry’s hand movements stirred up enough motion to light a small mid-Western city. Good Lord, it was like watching a Richard Simmons ‘Sweatin’ to the Oldies’ video without the music or the tights.” –Chuck Muth


“Imagine President John Kerry at the Berlin Wall. ‘Mr. Gorbachev…I challenge you to get to an emotional place where you can imagine a different kind of non-wall reality, that fully respects the ‘wallness’ of your current reality, yet takes us on a spiritual journey in which’…” –Ann Coulter

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