I’ve always been a fighter. I’m not perfect. No one is perfect. But I can tell you if I say I’m gonna do it I’m a guy that’s going to be honest. I’m not going to tell you something I don’t know, I can’t do.
If in my high moments I have done some good, offered some service, shed some light, healed some wounds, rekindled some hope or stirred someone from apathy… or in any way… helped somebody, then this campaign has not been in vain.
One of the things that surprised me when I first read the New Testament seriously was that it talked so much about a Dark Power in the universe – a mighty evil spirit who was held to be the power behind death and disease and sin. The difference is that Christianity thinks this Dark Power […]
When I am the candidate, I run the campaign.
I consider it a public duty to answer falsifications with facts. I will not pretend that I find this an unpleasant duty. I am an old campaigner, and I love a good fight.
During his 1956 presidential campaign, a woman called out to Adlai E. Stevenson “Senator, you have the vote of every thinking person! Stevenson called back “That’s not enough, madam, we need a majority!
Sure, I look like a white man. But my heart is as black as anyone’s here. (Alabama governor and then presidential candidate, during a campaign speech to a largely black audience.)
It was a bit of campaign oratory.
No speech can be entirely bad if it is short enough.