Monday, June 11, 2007

Campaign 2008 Roundup -- June 11, 2007

Sen Sam Brownback (R-KS) came out against allowing rape victims to have abortions.

"Rape is terrible. Rape is awful. Is it made any better by killing an innocent child? Does it solve the problem for the woman that's been raped?" -- Sen Sam Brownback to the National Catholic Men's Conference
DNC Chairman Howard Dean says the best way to end the Iraq War -- is to elect a Democratic President in '08.

"We have to face the reality that Republicans in Congress are standing with President Bush as he stubbornly wields his veto pen." -- Howard Dean, Democratic Party Weekly Radio Address
Sen Barack Obama (D-IL) joined 250 supporters in going door to door to round up votes in Iowa over the weekend.
"What we are kicking off this weekend is what we are claiming is the biggest grass-roots canvass, this early, in presidential campaign history. We have people canvassing from New York to San Diego, all across the country." Sen Barack Obama, quoted by the AP
Sen Hillary Clinton (D-NY) isn't so sure testing is making America's kids any smarter.
"I think that we are in danger of narrowing the curriculum and leaving children behind." Sen Hillary Clinton, campaigning in Indiania over the weekend

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