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Political Quotes, Slogans & Misstatements

written by: silverqueen
 
"Rarely is the questioned asked: Is our children learning" is one of the misstatements that President George W. Bush would probably rather forget. "A Chicken in Every Pot" was Herbert Hoover's campaign promise in 1928, one year before the stock market crashed on Monday, October 28, 1929. How many of these political quotes, slogans and misstatement of a candidate or his campaign can you identify?

Question 1:


Which President assured the American people, "I am not a crook."?
George Bush, Sr.
Richard Nixon
Herbert Hoover
Lyndon Johnson

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"Let's give a welcome to macaca here. Welcome to America and the real world of Virginia."
What Virginia incumbent senator's perceived use of an ethnic slur contributed to the loss of his senate seat?
Trent Lott
Jim Webb
George Allen
Harry Reid


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Question 3:


What President spoke of a "kinder, gentler nation" and "a thousand points of light"?
George W. Bush
George H. W. Bush
Jimmy Carter
Gerald Ford

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The chief political strategist for President Bill Clinton's 1992 Presidential campaign kept his staff on message by printing a sign that said "It's the economy, stupid." Who was the strategist that commanded the "war room"?
David Wilham
Lee Atwood
James Carville
Lanny Davis


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Question 5:


One of the most, if not the most, quoted line from a Vice Presidential debate was delivered by a Senator from Texas. What senator spoke the lines "I knew Jack Kennedy; Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine. Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy."?
Walter Mondale
Robert Dole
Lloyd Bentsen
Curtis LeMay

Question 6:


Which President said "Ich bin ein Berliner."?
Bill Clinton
John F Kennedy
Jimmy Carter
Gerald Ford

Question 7:


The following are e-mails sent by a government official: "If you'll look at my lovely FEMA attire, you'll really vomit., I am a fashion god., Can I quit now?, and I am trapped now, please rescue me." What FEMA Director wrote these e-mails?
Carl Rove
Joe Allbaugh
Michael Chertoff
Michael Brown

Question 8:


Which President demanded "Mr Gorbachev, tear down this wall!"?
George H. W. Bush
Jimmy Carter
Ronald Regan
Gerald Ford

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"You can put lipstick and earrings on a hog and call it Monique but it's still just a pig." What feisty Texas Governor delivered this line in reference to ineffective government programs?
Ann Richards
George W Bush
Barbara Jordan
Kay Bailey Hutchinson


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Question 10:


Which President of the United States had a sign on his desk that read, "The Buck Stops Here"?
Harry Truman
Dwight Eisenhower
Teddy Roosevelt
George W. Bush

 


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