Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Kerry: “We Made States More BLUE Than They Were Before”

The Boston Herald has a brief story on Kerry receiving the Distinguished American Award last night from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.

The Herald reports that Kerry emphasized the positive results of his campaign, including the fact that “the presidential election brought out some 10 million more Democratic voters than President Bill Clinton's 1996 re-election campaign.” Kerry called his campaign “the largest grassroots effort in history,” and said, “We made states more blue than they were before.”

Sen. John F. Kerry last night slammed President Bush's plan to cut federal support to the fiscally strapped Amtrak passenger rail system, calling the proposed budget cut “incomprehensible.”

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