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Senate Proceeding on Sep 28th, 2010 :: 1:04:50 to 1:07:30
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Johnny Isakson

1:04:47 to 1:05:07( Edit History Discussion )

Johnny Isakson: of us who were privileged to serve with him. thank you, mr. president. mr. isakson: mr. president? the presiding officer: se recognizedment. mr. isakson: mr. president, i want to join senator collins and my many colleagues today who are paying tribute to the life and times of united states senator ted stevens.

Johnny Isakson

1:04:50 to 1:07:30( Edit History Discussion )
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Johnny Isakson

1:05:08 to 1:05:28( Edit History Discussion )

Johnny Isakson: you know, while today we will lay his body to rest, his legally is never be laid to rest. -- his legacy will never be laid to rest. there's never been a more impactful senator than ted stevens. i want to make two brief observations to show you the heart and soul and the effect

Johnny Isakson

1:05:29 to 1:05:50( Edit History Discussion )

Johnny Isakson: and impact of ted stevens. one of my dear friends, the first republican senator from juror in the united states senate, mack mattingly, told me not too long ago after the passing of senator stevens that when he first came to the senate in 1980, ted stevens was the first man to reach out to him,

Johnny Isakson

1:05:51 to 1:06:11( Edit History Discussion )

Johnny Isakson: to help him to show him the way, and to lead him. i said, that's very interesting. when i was elected six years ago and came to the united states senate, the first man to offer a hand of leadership and help show me the way was senator ted stevens. he was a consummate united states senator, a ferocious fighter for the state of alaska, and a proud patriot for the

Johnny Isakson

1:06:12 to 1:06:32( Edit History Discussion )

Johnny Isakson: united states of america. he may have been small in stature, but he was a giant in ability. i always it when we debated anwr on the floor of the senate, whether to drill or not to. every day that amendment was going 0 come up, you knew it because ted stevens had the

Johnny Isakson

1:06:33 to 1:06:53( Edit History Discussion )

Johnny Isakson: incredible hulk tie on, he was ready for a fight, not in the fistfight way but in the pride way, fighting for what was right for alaska, what was right for the people that he represented. today we will lay him to rest in arlington national cemetery but as i said, his legacy will live on. as a consummate fighter for the united states, i sit asaid in my

Johnny Isakson

1:06:54 to 1:07:19( Edit History Discussion )

Johnny Isakson: two stories about senator mattingly and myself, a mentor who come to this senate and serve today. may god bless the life, the times and the family of united states senator stead stevens. quorum. the presiding officer: the clerk will call roll

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