won every battle, except the battle against time.
We've got a lot of good people here who feel strongly about Governor Bush and about his winning.
We know smoking tobacco is not good for kids, but a lot of other things aren't good. Drinking's not good. Some would say milk's not good.
If you're hanging around with nothing to do and the zoo is closed, come over to the Senate. You'll get the same kind of feeling and you won't have to pay.
We'll all be riding that streetcar of desire.
History buffs probably noted the reunion at a Washington party a few weeks ago of three ex-presidents: Carter, Ford and Nixon - See No Evil, Hear No Evil and Evil.
pretext for intervention in northern Iraq by Iran and Iraq.
Providing seniors with the peace of mind that they will be able to get the medicine they need, when they need it, as well as offer extra assistance to pay for it ... is what this new Medicare Benefit has to offer, ... It is important that seniors understand we are talking about a dependable, government-underwritten program that will be a major pillar of Medicare going forward.
They're going to have a choice of at least two plans if their plan they have now is better, well, they may not want to change. But a lot of people are going to (see) big, big benefits.
I once described myself as the most optimistic man in America. Life has taught me to put my faith in the uncounted millions who may never run for office, pass a bill, or craft a sound bite, but who fight our wars and embody the ideals worth fighting for. My contemporaries have been called the greatest generation. It's not a title we bestowed on ourselves, any more than we asked for the hand that history dealt us in our youth. Now I belong to a disappearing generation, perhaps five million in all, forever bonded by the tests we faced so long ago.
First of all, it is a loan.
I wanted to help the Republican Party and Newt Gingrich get this behind him and behind the party, and move ahead with the Republican agenda.
I mean, there's always somebody in somebody's administration who jumps out early, sells a book, and goes after the guy who hired him, ... I don't know if that's good. It may be good business; it's not good politics.
I want again to remind everybody that Slobodan Milosevic is the problem... His troops are stepping up hostile operations in Kosovo and once the Albanian leadership signs this agreement we can turn our full attention to Belgrade.
Oh, well, that's just Bill Clinton.
[For me, it was also a good time to reflect on World War II because some of my relatives who were in Chicago lived through that awful war. As former Sen. Bob Dole also reminded me the other day, it's hard to believe it's been nearly 60 years since the end of the war.] No, ... I can't believe it.
She's dynamic, she's young, she's bright, she's articulate, ... She'll bring the Republican message all across the nation.
Let's be realistic, we cannot be a one-issue party.
No words can adequately convey the sadness felt by all Americans over this act of unmitigated evil.
He may want to go to Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Illinois.