Tuesday, May 09, 2006

"When right, keep it right and when wrong, make it right"

So says our superhero senator to all who believe in blind nationalism and who suggest that those in power are always right, simply because they are in power.

His mission is to "make it right" and he pursues that mission with inexhaustible resolve.

This last Saturday, he was at Grinnell College, delivering a speech that took the best of his April 22 Faneuil Hall call to honor and combined it with the Ten Point Plan he unveiled in New Hampshire in March. Time Magazine considered him worth quoting (and they thoughtfully included a picture as eloquent as his words...)

The Grinnell speech was one of a series he is making on college campuses across the country.

This Thursday, April 11, he will be at American University in Washington, D.C., speaking at 1 p.m. in the Kay Spiritual Life Center, 4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW
CONTACT: April Boyd, 202-224-4159

Yesterday, our energetic hero was in Nashua, speaking at the Professional Firefighters of New Hampshire convention and examining the latest in firefighter bootwear.

Kerry told the firefighters that he had problems with the President's nominee to replace Porter Goss as head of the CIA because Hayden is "one of the main supporters representing Donald Rumsfeld who helped to put in place the programs of spying on Americans and has been one of the biggest defenders of it."

The Senator is asking us to take back our government, to "make it right." How fortunate we are that he is answering his own challenge with such vigor and conviction!


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