September 02, 2004

The Single Best Line - Dick Cheney

Dick Cheney and his speechwriters sure got me to laugh last night.
On Iraq, Senator Kerry has disagreed with many of his fellow Democrats. But Senator Kerry's liveliest disagreement is with himself. His back-and-forth reflects a habit of indecision, and sends a message of confusion. And it is all part of a pattern. He has, in the last several years, been for the No Child Left Behind Act and against it. He has spoken in favor of the North American Free Trade Agreement and against it. He is for the Patriot Act and against it. Senator Kerry says he sees two Americas. It makes the whole thing mutual — America sees two John Kerrys.
It's the mutual part that did it.

Text found on Yahoo via Outside the Beltway.


Posted by hln at September 2, 2004 08:30 AM | Politics

thanks for your help today on GRG. Also, nice blog!

Posted by: B Shedrow at September 2, 2004 04:33 PM

I love listening to Dick Cheney speak - he rocks! I also love it when he says something that cracks me up, but goes completely over the head of his audience - he had a couple of lines like that in his speech this time.

There were lots of good speeches this time around. I don't generally listen to any convention speeches, but I was so lucky to hear Arnold being announced and I just HAD to listen to him.

I truly regret missing Rudy's speech *sigh* somehow a transcript is not the same and I haven't seen a link to an audio...

Posted by: Teresa at September 3, 2004 04:58 PM

Lol.. I love it!

Posted by: Jager at September 4, 2004 06:34 AM

When Cheney said "John Kerry says he sees two Americas. Well, that makes the whole thing mutual" the audience began to cheer. He could have stopped right there and it would have been just as effective - maybe even more so!

Posted by: Tuning Spork at September 5, 2004 05:46 PM
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