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cosmicdot Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-30-05 07:34 PM
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24. mine, too
Edited on Sat Jul-30-05 07:42 PM by cosmicdot


actually have this campaign button

He quoted William Butler Yeats in his acceptance speech:


~snip~

"My nomination is all the more precious and that it is a gift of the most open political process in all of our political history.

"It is the sweet harvest of the work of tens of thousands of tireless volunteers, young and old alike, funded by literally hundreds of thousands of small contributors in every part of this nation.

"Those who lingered on the brink of despair only a short time ago have been brought into this campaign, heart, hand, head and soul, and I have been the beneficiary of the most remarkable political organization in the history of this country.

"It is an organization that gives dramatic proof to the power of love and to a faith that can literally move mountains.

"As Yeats put it, 'Count where mans glory most begins and ends, and say: My glory was I had such friends.'

"This is the peoples nomination ..."


http://www.4president.org/speeches/mcgovern1972acceptan...

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