Jack Kemp's Run For Glory In 2000?
A gust of wind blew away his speech text. But that didn't faze Jack Kemp a bit. Midway through a stemwinder about the need to spur growth with "fewer taxes, less regulation, and more innovation," the Republican Vice-Presidential nominee paused and told rapt Amgen Inc. employees at a Sept. 30 rally in Thousand Oaks, Calif.: "I don't need notes. I've been waiting a long time for a chance to say these things. They come from the marrow of my bones."
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