Thursday, October 14, 2004
At the debate last night, John Kerry told a story about a conversation he had with his mother in the hospital.
"Can I say, if I could just say a word about a woman that you didn't ask about, but my mom passed away a couple years ago, just before I was deciding to run, and she was in the hospital and I went in to talk to her and tell her what I was thinking of doing. And she looked at me from her hospital bed and she just looked at me and she said, 'Remember, integrity, integrity, integrity.' Those are the three words that she left me with."
Take a look at what Jim Rassman said about Kerry when he started going out on the campaign trail with Kerry.
"There are three character traits John has that George Bush does not have and they are integrity, integrity, integrity. I trust John Kerry implicitly. I don't trust a thing George Bush tells me"
Did Kerry lie about his conversation with his dying mother? I wouldn't put it past him.

Credit: BFB
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