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  • Kean gave the keynote address at the 1988 Republican convention that nominated the elder George Bush.
  • Tate was part of the Pat Robertson movement that seized control of Washington's delegation to the 1988 Republican convention.
  • But polls suggest he has not overcome a reputation as a lightweight that has dogged him since the 1988 Republican convention.
  • He recounts how DeLay, at the 1988 Republican convention, told then Minority Whip Cheney that he wanted to be his deputy.
  • Robertson, who spoke at the 1988 Republican convention after his unsuccessful presidential campaign, won't attend, The Associated Press reported.
  • A former page at the 1980 Republican National Convention, Hillyer attended the 1988 Republican convention as an alternate delegate from the state of Louisiana.
  • He was a former state president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and delivered the opening invocation at the 1988 Republican convention in New Orleans.
  • Who can forget when George Bush said, " read my lips, " when he pledged to the 1988 Republican convention that he wouldn't propose new taxes.
  • "It was done as a favor, in the spirit of friendship and trust, " said Hooper, a California delegate to the 1988 Republican convention in New Orleans.
  • Yet, in his acceptance speech at the 1988 Republican Convention, he came up with " a kindler and gentler nation " and " a thousand points of light ."
  • Robertson, for one, is haunted by the elder Bush's speech, written by Peggy Noonan, at the 1988 Republican convention at which the nominee uttered his famous anti-tax pledge.
  • The 1988 Republican convention, with the press preoccupied with the shortcomings of vice presidential nominee Dan Quayle, " was the most misreported event in ( political ) history, " he said.
  • At the 1988 Republican convention, 63 percent of the Republican delegates said that George Bush, then the vice president, would carry their state against Michael Dukakis, who was leading substantially in national polls.
  • Drawing lessons from the 1988 Republican convention, the Democrats will have Clinton and Gore make a joint appearance somewhere outside the convention location in Los Angeles to show a changing of the party's guard.
  • Howard University political scientist Ron Walters said that at the 1988 Republican convention, Kemp's arrival before African-American politicians sparked so much applause " you would have thought God had arrived ."
  • This is what led Ronald Reagan to declare, somewhat improbably, " We are the change, " when he spoke on behalf of his vice president, George Bush, at the 1988 Republican convention.
  • He was animated not by Fact but by Belief . ( Reagan unconsciously seconded this judgment at the 1988 Republican convention when, botching a quote from John Adams, he declared, " Facts are stupid things . ")
  • COKIE ROBERTS : Mr . Vice President, I'm going to show now, and I don't think you'll be able to see it, but it's a scene you have seen many, many times, which was right after the 1988 Republican Convention.
  • He was invited to sing the star-spangled banner at both the 1984 and 1988 Republican Conventions; he maintained a residence in Washington D . C . where he entertained lavishly, primarily among Republican circles; and he gained prominence only after he switched from being a Democrat to a Republican.