What we need is not more distrust and division. What we need now is acceptance.
Senators, like everyone else, want to feel a part of this decision-making process. They want to feel included.
We have exhausted all of our diplomatic effort to get the Iraqis to comply with their own agreements and with international law. Given that... we have got to force them to comply, and we are doing so militarily.
Iraq is not the only nation in the world to possess weapons of mass destruction, but it is the only nation with a leader who has used them against his own people.
Make no mistake, tax cheaters cheat us all, and the IRS should enforce our laws to the letter.
Bipartisanship isn't an option anymore; it is a requirement. The American people have divided responsibility for leadership right down the middle.
The campaign is over. It's time for the work of governing to begin.
This president failed so miserably in diplomacy that we are now forced to war.
We need real campaign finance reform to loosen the grip of special interests on politics.
We know we're up against the wall. We know how difficult a challenge it is, being in the minority.
I've been amazed at the degree to which Democrats, in particular, have expressed their enthusiasm for the president's manner with which he handled this budget.
It was important for us to be as supportive as our candidates and as our incumbent senators would have us be.
It would be nice if we could clear up the nominations that are still out there, and there are a lot of them.
On issues relating to taxes, you don't always speak with one voice.
We must correct the problems and inequities in the way we conduct and decide elections in the United States.
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