Monday, January 17, 2005

Kerry Speaks on 2004 Voting during Martin Luther King Celebration

It is nice to hear Senator Kerry gain his voice in America! Welcome back John! At the occasion of Martin Luther King Day, John Kerry had this to say about voting in America:
``Voting machines were distributed in uneven ways. In Democratic districts, it took people four, five, eleven hours to vote, while Republicans sorted through in ten minutes - same voting machines, same process, our America,''

He concluded:
``We're here to celebrate the life of a man who if he were here today would make it clear to us what our agenda is, and nothing would be made more clear on that agenda that in a nation which is willing to spend several hundred million dollars in Iraq to bring them democracy, we cannot tolerate that too many people here in America were denied that democracy,''

It is a pleasure to see John Kerry back on the road speaking out for America and what our future direction should be. Thank you Senator Kerry. America needs your voice, your idealism, your enthusiasm, and your leadership. November, 2008, is closer than you think!



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