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“NEW ORLEANS — Senator John McCain got a question at a town hall meeting this morning in Atlanta that he never has addressed publicly before: Since Senator John Kerry, Democrat of Massachusetts, had approached Mr. McCain about being his running mate for the White House in 2004, would Mr. McCain now return the favor?”
“Any *Senator* not smart enough to speak with counsel before a plea like that isn’t smart enough to be a Senator.”
“Tonight, hearing Donna using the term Senator Clinton.”
“And he's good enough and smart enough to be our guest, but the folks in Minnesota may have an opportunity to add the title Senator to his name in a couple of years.”
“He acquired the nickname Senator Slash, which could also work as a pro wrestling character.”
“Though Spears admitted that the odds of Vitter accepting the bout, which he described as an “epic battle between the American people and the out-of-control, tyrannical federal government,” were unlikely, he said he plans to fight in the event against a different opponent if the Senator is a no-show.”
“Anyone who campaigns to become a Senator is almost certainly by definition such a pompous self-important creep that he or she should be disqualified from consideration.”
“I can ` t believe a Senator is allowed to call our president a liar on the house floor and then to add salt to the wound say he feels that his informal apology "should be enough" and get away with it.”
“I believe that young people and women should have a bigger say in this bill because we are the ones who come out on the short end of the stick, after all, the older folks such as this Senator is already participating in socialism known as Medicare.”
“If your Senator is a sponsor or supporter of Bill S1289, thank them for their support and let them know why this matters to you, your organization or community.”
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