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 Tom Lantos - “Now the Chinese government has presented us with a 1 million invoice. This ... is the ultimate arrogance on the part of this communist regime,”
 Tom Lantos - “Now the Chinese government has presented us with a 1 million invoice. This ... is the ultimate arrogance on the part of this communist regime.”
 Tom Lantos - “The last session went extremely well and we are headed to Pyongyang to attempt to clarify the remaining problems and urge the North Korean government to return to the talks in two weeks with a positive outlook and approach. We are highly optimistic that the talks will succeed.”
 Tom Lantos - “We are headed to Pyongyang to attempt to clarify the remaining problems and urge the North Korean government to return to the talks in two weeks with a very positive outlook and approach,”
 Tom Lantos - “My plea to my Palestinian friends is just a simple plea, ... Don't do anything on May 4 because all hell will break loose and all your achievements will go down the drain.”
 Tom Lantos - “Insistance upon specifics at this stage, given the history of the relationship, may not be a very useful negotiating tactic.”
 Tom Lantos - “for postponing a trip to Iran in the wake of outrageous comments made late last week by the Iranian president.”
 Tom Lantos - “Our resolution urges all Latin American and Caribbean countries to designate al Qaeda, Hezbollah, Hamas, and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad as terrorist organizations.”
 Tom Lantos - “Israel is not facing just the terrorists Hamas and Hezbollah. Those criminal groups are merely proxies for the real masters of terror, Syria and Iran.”
 Tom Lantos - “Guyana is becoming one of our trusted allies and is cooperating with us against narcotics trafficking and in the global war on terror.”
 Tom Lantos - “Google, Microsoft and Yahoo should be developing new technologies to bypass government sensors and barriers to the Internet but instead, they agreed to guard the gates themselves.”
 Tom Lantos - “But the alarmingly slow pace of Iraq reconstruction, and the misuse of U.S. and Iraqi funds, have serious repercussions for our own national security.”
 Tom Lantos - “We are optimistic, but we are optimistic in a cautious fashion.”
 Tom Lantos - “We would welcome a variety of 'ping-pong diplomacy' approaches, both in the cultural, artistic, (and) athletic field.”
 Robert Lantos - “It is a sad testament of the absurdity of the ratings code and the completely illogical moral criteria that provide the underpinning for it, where any form of violence is perfectly acceptable for kids but sexuality continues to be the ultimate taboo,”
 Tom Lantos - “Despite its enormous power and wealth, China's ruling elite remains absolutely petrified that the free flow of information will undermine its political legitimacy, particularly among China's younger generation.”
 Tom Lantos - “I cannot help but wonder how many more people could have been saved had they been able to take their pets.”
 Tom Lantos - “He is extremely intelligent, well informed, sophisticated and a strong proponent of improved U.S.-Libya ties, ... I have qualms about working with people much nicer than him, but I consider him a valuable asset in building relations with a former rogue state.”
 Tom Lantos - “(We) strongly encouraged them to understand that in the wake of the Hurricane Katrina, the focus of the American people will turn inward,”
 Tom Lantos - “We will save lives by this, because people will not be forced to choose between being with their pets or getting out of the way of a hurricane,”
 Tom Lantos - “When the talks resume on September 12, we fully expect them to conclude in short order.”
 Robert Lantos - “Where the Truth Lies is a sophisticated and intelligently provocative film. The NC-17 rating will unfairly limit people's access to it because of the number of theaters in America which will not play an NC-17 rated film. The film has not encountered this kind of restrictive rating anywhere else in the free world. Only in America will many be deprived of access to it.”
 Tom Lantos - “The ayatollahs of terror in Tehran were sent a bold message today that their clandestine efforts to build nuclear weapons, and their transparent lies of peaceful intent, will no longer be tolerated by the civilized world.”
 Tom Lantos - “This area is just one more example of the failures of executive agencies tasked with disaster relief in responding to this greatest natural disaster ever to confront our nation,”
 Tom Lantos - “Today's announcement projects a picture of profound weakness in U.S. diplomacy. It should not have been a heavy lift for our diplomats in New York and in foreign capitals to recruit the necessary 96 affirmative votes to seat the United States in the new council.”

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