The Lighter Side of The Battle
- Saturday, November 06, 2004
Now that the race is over, you might as well laugh, rest your legs and relieve tension. Here are some of the funniest quotes from each side.
"People tell me that Senator Edwards got picked for his good looks, his sex appeal, and his great hair. I say to them, 'How do you think I got the job?'"
~Dick Cheney at the September 2004 Republican Convention~
"I just want to assure you that both President Bush and I have very firm alibis."
~John Kerry after three Davenport, Iowa banks were robbed while Kerry and Bush were campaigning in the city at the same time~
"I want to start by saying something nice about President Bush. Of all the presidents we've had with the last name of Bush, his economic plan ranks in the top two." ~John Kerry~
"I've been having problems with the right wing lately."
~John Kerry after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder~
"You may have noticed I have a few flaws, too. People sometimes have to correct my English. I knew I had a problem when Arnold Schwarzenegger started doing it."
~George Bush during his Republican Convention speech~
"It really gets me when the critics say I haven't done enough for the economy," he said. "I mean, look what I've done for the book publishing industry. You've heard some of the titles. 'Big Lies,' 'The Lies of George W. Bush,' 'The Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them.' I'd like to tell you I've read each of these books, but that'd be a lie."
~George Bush at the White House Correspondents Dinner~
"The candidates are an interesting group, with diverse opinions - for tax cuts and against them, for NAFTA and against NAFTA, for the Patriot Act and against the Patriot Act, in favor of liberating Iraq and
opposed to it. And that's just one senator from Massachusetts."
"To listen to them, to stand up straight and not scowl."
~George Bush after being asked in the third presidential debate what he learned from the women in his life~
"That answer almost made me want to scowl."
~George Bush during the second presidential debate, referring to his exasperated facial expressions during the first debate~
"Did the training wheels fall off?"
~John Kerry after being told by reporters that President Bush took a tumble during a bike ride~
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