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Teresa Heinz Kerry
From Wikiquote
Born 1938. Heir to the Heinz fortune.

Formerly known as Teresa Simões-Ferreira Heinz

"Let me just say having been married to a Republican, wonderful man, who was the old kind of Republican that we used to have once upon a time, the Republicanism of this administration is neither Republican nor conservative. There are good people in both parties. These people are not Republicans."
commenting on her decision to change parties in protest of what she saw as a smear campaign against Max Cleland's patriotism in the 2002 Georgia senatorial campaign.

"You said something I didn't say. Now shove it."
To Colin McNickle, an editorial page editor from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review at a statehouse reception on July 25, 2004, after he asked her why she used the phrase "un-American". [1]

"They want four more years of hell."
To a crowd in Milwaukee on August 5, after a Bush supporter chanted "four more years!" on a bullhorn. [2]

"Three more Months!"
At the same event as above.

"I want you to issue a challenge for me to debate Howard Dean."
To John Kerry's campaign manager Jim Jordan during the democratic primaries [3]

I'd like to be a dog. Wouldn't you like to be a dog? I would. Dogs are friendly."
When asked what kind of animal she'd like to be

"I'm Nurse Fuzzy Wuzzy here, going 'woo hoo.'"
When asked about John Kerry's health following surgery.

"Quaid, start the reactor."
To Douglas Quaid in reference to creating an artificial atmosphere on Mars

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