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Jack Kemp
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    (July 13, 1935-May 2, 2009)
    Born in Los Angeles, California
    Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (1989-93)
    Republican Representative from New York
    Quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers
    He was the Vice Presidential nominee for Bob Dole's failed Presidential campaign (1996).
    He helped create 'Reaganomic' policies which hurt the American working class.
    He referred to himself as a 'bleeding heart conservative.'
    He was a staunch supporter of the Vietnam War.
    He dislikes soccer and once called it a 'European socialist sport.'
    He was questioned by the FBI for his role in an oil-for-food scandal (2005).
    He charged $20,000 to $50,000 fees for public speaking engagements.
    He graduated Occidental College.
    He supported policies which created jobs and aided job growth.
    He supported civil rights causes.
    He lead the Buffalo Bills to two American Football League championships (1964 and 1965).
    He was named as one of the top fifty quarterbacks of all-time by 'The Sporting News (2001).'

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