Referring to the moment, now immortalized in Michael Moore's film "Fahrenheit 9/11," when Bush refused to leave a group of schoolchildren in Florida for seven minutes after being notified of the second attack on the World Trade Center, Kerry told the minority journalists:
I have not seen the film, because I really don't want to give any money to Michael Moore. I would like to know where and what Kerry was doing the morning of 9-11, backed up with video or some news reports.
I was asleep in my bed, and a friend can and woke me up.
Then Kerry says what he would do..."Had I been reading to children and had my top aide whispered in my ear that America is under attack, I would have told those kids very nicely and politely that the president of the United States has something that he needs to attend to."
That is not what I would I have done. I would have cried and kissed all the children on the head, then dropped all (and I mean all of our nukes) on every single middle eastern country or that is what I would have felt like doing. Truth IS I don't know what I would have done if I would have been in Bush's situation, and I think it is silly to say that you would have done something different.