Wednesday, October 06, 2004


Cheney's Indefensible Record

EDWARDS: That was a complete distortion of my record. I know that won‘t come as a shock.

The vice president, I‘m surprised to hear him talk about records. When he was one of 435 members of the United States House, he was one of 10 to vote against Head Start, one of four to vote against banning plastic weapons that can pass through metal detectors.

He voted against the Department of Education.

He voted against funding for Meals on Wheels for seniors.

He voted against a holiday for Martin Luther King.

He voted against a resolution calling for the release of Nelson Mandela in South Africa.

It‘s amazing to hear him criticize either my record or John Kerry‘s.

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