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  • There is a moment of opportunity (with the world summit next week), and that moment ... has to be seized. ... If not, there will be a further undermining of support (for the UN) in the US Congress,
    (Norm Coleman)

  • to determine the propriety of referring the matter to the Department of Justice .
    (Norm Coleman)

  • You used the word 'serial,' but you've talked about one incident, and ... you've talked about 'we've heard rumors about,' but then again, this is Washington, ... It's pretty tough to sit up here without more concrete evidence.
    (Norm Coleman)

  • The world will never be able to learn the full extent of the bribes, kickbacks and under-the-table payments that occurred under the U.N.'s collective nose while Annan is in charge.
    (Norm Coleman)

  • The Pell Grant is more than a financial aid program for college students in need. It is the right thing to do for America's college students, and it is the right thing to do for America's economy.
    (Norm Coleman)


  • I have made my intention very clear about what the secretary general should do for the good of the United Nations, ... incompetent administrator.
    (Norm Coleman)

  • I come as an advocate of a strong United Nations. If you believe in reform, it's going to be very hard if the guy leading the charge is stained.
    (Norm Coleman)

  • We have what I think we call the smoking gun, ... The additional evidence clearly demonstrates the testimony Mr. Galloway provided the sub-committee was false and misleading.
    (Norm Coleman)

  • I also continue to have concerns with the ability of the ... investigation to be thorough and conclusive. These audits do not answer even a fraction of the questions we have been asking or will be continuing to ask as our investigation moves ahead in the months to come.
    (Norm Coleman)

  • Let me be clear, the discussions about Social Security are not about the retirement security of those Americans who are 55 or older - the Social Security system for those folks 55 and over will not change in any way shape of form - no ifs, ands, or buts.
    (Norm Coleman)


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