Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry said Sunday that he was suspending “overtly political” campaigning in the coming days in observance of former President Reagan’s death.
“Ronald Reagan and many of us disagreed on one issue or another, but he always disagreed with a smile, without partisanship,” Kerry told reporters after attending church.
“I think he had a sense of idealism and a sense of optimism of the possibilities about our country that define leadership,” Kerry said. “We will miss him, no matter what party, no matter what our beliefs. He was a leader, and we’ll miss him.”
Folks, that’s called class.