Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Statement by John Kerry on State of the Union Address

It appears that has fired up the Press Room once again, just in time for Kerry's rebuttal to the tonight's State of the Union speech:

Washington, DC - "President Bush said tonight that the state of our union is strong and confident, but millions of Americans know it can and must be stronger. The best way we can instill real confidence in their future is if we follow the true mandate of the last election -- a mandate for unity and true bipartisanship. The political campaigns are over and now we must get down to work. For the 11 million children in this country without health care, we must make our union stronger. For our brave soldiers in Iraq and their families, we must act now in the wake of the Iraqi elections to give them reasons to be as confident about their future as they are courageous under fire.



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