Kerry Champions Children: Leaves "Door Open" for 2008
"You talk about family values, you talk about the moral fiber of our nation, I think it's inexcusable that millions of children are outside the system" with no health insurance, said Kerry. "I'll bring them in."
Thank you Senator Kerry! You speak for the children. The smallest among us with the least influence in our Society.
What about 2008? Kerry had this to say:
"I've said publicly I'm not closing any doors. I'm not going to open any doors," Kerry said. "It is way too early."
"I think we came phenomenally close (in 2004). I'm very proud of the race that we ran under difficult circumstances," Kerry said, citing in particular the war in Iraq.
Kerry added, "We'll see where we stand in the future. Period."
Thank you Senator Kerry. 2008 is four years away. There is a lot of work to do in the Senate. There is a lot of work for America. And whoever is President in 2008 will have more work as we strive to put America back on the path it has always been on. We need a President who works to support Social Security, not tear it down. We need a President who bridges the gaps between the haves and the have-nots, not one who pads the wallets of the wealthy. We need a President who loves the land, air and water of this nation, who loves our national parks and the freedom we all cherish.
America needs you John Kerry. Leave that door open for the 55 million who want to walk through it with you at the helm.