Christian Coalition's Road to Victory '98

Washington, DC   September 18-19, 1998
Photos Copyright 1998 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.  All rights reserved.
 

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Putting finishing touches on the Campaign America booth in the exhibit hall. 
 

 

Campaign America had students from Washington-area universities distributing "Families for Quayle 2000: Right for America" buttons to people arriving for Quayle's speech; another group of young people clustered in the front of the hall waved hand-painted signs.  

Quayle described abortion as a "whirlwind  [that] has swept away the lives of 30 million."  He recounted meeting a young man in Florida who told him, "I was adopted.  I could have been a statistic."   

Quayle noted that the next president will likely make several nominations to the U.S. Supreme Court.  "We need more justices like Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas," Quayle said, adding that he might even think about bringing back Robert Bork.  "Run, Dan, run!" responded the crowd. 
 
At the conclusion of his speech, rather than simply heading backstage, Quayle, preceded by a backward moving phalanx of cameras, walked out through the audience greeting people.

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