Friday, February 18, 2005

President Bush on Black History Month:

We've made progress, and our work is not yet done. At the start of this new century, we will continue to teach habits of respect to each generation. We will continue to enforce laws against racial discrimination in education and housing and public accommodations. We'll continue working to spread hope and opportunity to African Americans with no inheritance but their character -- by giving them greater access to capital and education, and the chance to own and build and dream for the future. In this way, African Americans can pass on a better life and a better nation to their children and their grandchildren, and that's what we want in America.
GWB made some inroads with the African American community. He needs to keep hammering on school vouchers. This is a key issue in the urban areas, and one that is a winner all around.

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