My Favorite Quotes
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 Scott Cleland - “There is definitely palace intrigue, ... why should Dorman stick around This issue is going to come to a head sooner rather than later.”
 Max Cleland - “Then I heard this young veteran on TV speaking about the war. It was John Kerry. He put everything I was feeling into words. Tonight, I'd like to let you know, that even before I met John Kerry, he was my brother. Even before I knew John Kerry, he was my friend. Even before I spoke with John Kerry, he gave me hope.”
 Pat Cleland - “I hope we can finally come out of this one with a win.”
 Pat Cleland - “Have I ever seen anything like this No. Never. And I'm not sure I had the best seat in the house. I think I would have had more fun watching from the stands.”
 Scott Cleland - “ATT's strategic problem is it doesn't have access to its customer, ... ATT needs to get back to the customer and have direct contact either through a bill or Internet access.”
 Scott Cleland - “ATT's strategic problem is it doesn't have access to its customer. ATT needs to get back to the customer and have direct contact either through a bill or Internet access.”
 Max Cleland - “John Kerry's service did not end in Vietnam. It began there.”
 Pat Cleland - “We mixed up our defenses a little better and I substituted a little earlier, which helped our legs. I thought we had better flow offensively, too.”
 Max Cleland - “We are running out of time. We need a strategy to win in Iraq or an exit strategy to leave.”
 Scott Cleland - “The question you raise, 'is digital TV ready for prime time' And it's not. It's still in the concept stage.”
 Pat Cleland - “Kyle did a great job running the offense, and I switched things up on him a couple of times. I didn't give him any breaks, either. I kept thinking I should take him out, but I just couldn't. He was an ironman tonight.”
 Max Cleland - “I'm one of the three Vietnam veterans that George Bush went after. He came to my state five different times and they ran millions of dollars worth of ads with me and Saddam Hussein up there.”
 Max Cleland - “This looks like a real war zone to me. Thirty years ago, I was in Vietnam, and I haven't seen such devastation since then,”
 Scott Cleland - “The Ma Bell bogeyman isn't that big a deal politically anymore. The reason these companies are merging is because they are no longer the dominant monopolies they were 20 years ago.”
 Scott Cleland - “Two years ago we all were talking about the information superhighway and how it was going to be around the next corner and it's way off,”
 Scott Cleland - “People are expecting more now.”
 Scott Cleland - “Qwest had few options before and now it has fewer options, ... People aren't lining up to buy Qwest.”
 Max Cleland - “Young men and women are dying and being blown up at the very moment the American people are going the other way,”
 Pat Cleland - “We're just trying to narrow things down.”
 Max Cleland - “Deployments have increased some 300 percent, and the military has been decreased by a third Hello, good morning -- you can't keep that up forever, ... Sooner or later you're going to get people stressed out, spread too thin around the world, and they just won't put up with it anymore.”
 Pat Cleland - “I didn't hesitate to put Matt in. He's a senior who knows how to make big putts at big times.”
 Max Cleland - “The hearings also came in the wake of the destruction wrought by Hurricane Katrina, with significant numbers of the National Guard of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama deployed in Iraq. It is time we looked after our own backyard, ... We cannot do this as long as we continue to make Iraq the fifty-first state.”
 Max Cleland - “The toll on the service men and women in a war where a distinct majority of the casualties are due to explosive devices is especially devastating, ... I've seen the toll that war can take on our troops and on limbs on that battlefield.”
 Max Cleland - “He was a true, honest-to-goodness statesmen and a real, real dear friend of mine. I mourn his loss. There are a lot of tears on the floor of the Senate today.”
 Max Cleland - “The Bush administration's plan for victory is not working,”

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