I don’t feel responsible for things I didn’t vote for.
When we ask American men and women in uniform to fight for this country and to defend this country’s interest and then to send them overseas, there is no question we have an obligation to protect them and provide for their safety.
This galloping concentration in broadcast ownership is unhealthy.
I am proud to be in the Senate. I have always been proud to be a part of our political system. It is a remarkable privilege to participate in this system of ours.
The Bush Administration and the Congress have to stop ignoring this crisis in international trade. The longer we ignore it, the more American jobs will move overseas. It’s just that simple.
Nowhere in this country should we have laws that permit drinking and driving or drinking in vehicles that are on American highways. This is not rocket science. We know how to prevent this, and 36 states do.
All of us aspire to give our children something more, leave a country to our children that is a better one, a stronger one, with better jobs and growth and opportunity.
Is there decency left in American politics?
We need leadership, and we need it now.
If you talk about preemption you better know things rather than think things.
I came into American politics and into this political system proud of politics and the way we make decisions.
The taxpayers deserve accountability.
The U.S. Constitution is the basic framework for the greatest democracy on Earth. Some of my colleagues find it easy to amend it. I don’t.
This country needs to get a backbone and stand up for its economic interest.
When businesses face tough times, one of the first items they cut is overhead expenses. The government should do the same.