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Lindsey Graham U.S. Senator for South Carolina
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290 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510-4001
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Sen. Lindsey Graham [R-SC]
Jun 7, 2005 - Senate Debate
Excerpt: "Mr. President, I thank the majority leader for allowing me to have this time. I acknowledge all his hard work to bring us to having votes. And that is true of the minority leader. The Senate is back in business and we are voting in the fashion of 214 years of our history and some good people are getting voted on. That is all we can ask or hope..."
May 26, 2005 - Senate Debate
Excerpt: "Mr. President, I appreciate Senator Voinovich allowing me to speak a moment or two on the John Bolton nomination. No. 1, when it comes to how and why Members vote, every Senator has to make a decision they feel comfortable with, that is good for the Nation, good for the Senate, good for the White House, good for the American people. One thing I ..."
May 24, 2005 - Senate Debate
Excerpt: "Madam President, No. 1, there has been a lot said about last night. I was one of the signatories of the agreement. I think last night gives us a chance to start over. Seldom in life do people get a chance to start over and learn from their mistakes. There have been some mistakes made for about 20 years on judges, and it finally all caught up..."
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Conservatism with out a conscience is an ideology without a purpose, Sen. Lindsey O. Graham.