John Kerry speech in my own words

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Ladies and gentlemen, I would like to thank you for coming here tonight and those of you at home watching. This election could be a major turning point in history. We have two choices. The first choice is to remain how we are now, a nation who is being lied to. We could remain a nation whose administration is corrupt. Or, we could be a nation that is told the truth; a nation whose administration isn’t corrupt. We could be a nation who either agrees or disagrees over the war that we are currently divided on. And I believe that as a nation, we need to come together. We need to have a sense of unity. We need to be a nation that won’t go to war over false pretenses made by our current administration. We should be a nation of rising opportunity, not the nation of shrinking opportunities for the middle class that we are today. Our health care policies – or the lack there of – are appalling. We also need an administration that will do whatever it takes to make sure that Amer Continue...

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