Keyes in Action

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Oct. 31, 1998--Alan Keyes addresses Free Republic's March for Justice in Washington, DC.   
 
 
 
Oct. 31, 1998--Alan Keyes addresses Free Republic's March for Justice in Washington, DC. Keyes' supporters distributed some Keyes 2000 signs and collected signatures at the rally.   
 
 
 
Oct. 31, 1998--Alan Keyes addresses Free Republic's March for Justice in Washington, DC.   As with other speakers at the rally, Keyes tore into Clinton, describing him as "a president of the United States with so little regard for the Constitution and his high office that he undermines the moral authority and credibility that he needs as commander in chief...a president willing to go into and before a court of law and undermine the respect for oaths and integrity that is the very bedrock of our judicial process..."  "Bill Clinton is simply the symptom of that destruction of our moral life and culture that has gone on for decades," Keyes said. 
 
 
 
Sept. 18-19, 1998--Keyes began his speech to the Christian Coalition's Road to Victory '98 by emphatically stating, "Bill Clinton is a liar."  On the subject of forgiveness, Keyes noted that in the Bible, God forgave David, but that David suffered severely for his sin. Keyes then turned to abortion. "The partial-birth abortion vote today--the vote of the Senate not to override his veto--is a sordid scandal as great as the scandal in the White House," he stated. Toward the close, Keyes challenged the audience to "...work for leaders who stand for principle, and vote for leaders who stand for principle." "No more excuses. No more expediency. No more calculation," he declared. 
 
 
 
Sept. 18-19, 1998--Keyes' booth at the Christian Coalition's Road to Victory '98.  
 
 
 
June 12, 1998--Cedar Rapids. Alan Keyes addresses the Iowa GOP's First in the Nation Gala. Referring to the unalienable rights delineated in the Declaration of Independence, Keyes declared: "It is a statement about God. And it's time we stopped being ashamed of speaking his name from public platforms in America. If God almighty is the source of our rights, if his authority is what gives us the right to lay claim to our liberty, then it is quite clear that an issue like abortion is not just a political hot potato, it's not just a question for situational ethics, it's not a question you decide by analyzing the mother's circumstances and the child's state of development. It is a question that was decided for us when this nation began."    
 
 
 
June 12, 1998--Cedar Rapids.  Alan Keyes heads to a rally at the Iowa GOP's First in the Nation Gala.  He drew a packed crowd.   
 
 
 
June 12, 1998--Cedar Rapids. Alan Keyes speaks at the media availability prior to the Iowa GOP's First in the Nation Gala. "Last time I ran in this state, I made the point that America was in a moral crisis and we needed to make it our top priority. That if we did not make it our top priority the Republic as we know it would be finished. I think every event of the last several years proves my point... There is no doubt about it. This nation's number one challenge is its moral crisis. We must deal with that crisis now as a top priority. I said it the last time; it will be my theme and message this time."    
 
Jan. 1998.  Alan Keyes speaks at the 25th annual Conservative Political Action Conference in No. Va.
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