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Dick Cheney

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Senator Kerry says he sees two Americas. And that makes the whole thing mutual America sees two John Kerrys.
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Acceptance Speech at the Republican National Convention. September 1, 2004, - Video and text available.

 
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One might have thought of sight, but who could think
Of what it sees, for all the ill it sees?
Speech found the ear, for all the evil sound,
But the dark italics it could not propound.
And out of what sees and hears and out
Of what one feels, who could have thought to make
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As if the air, the mid-day air, was swarming
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