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Senate Proceeding 12-14-10 on Dec 14th, 2010 :: 0:41:10 to 0:45:39
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Susan Collins

0:41:06 to 0:41:28( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: people of new hampshire wishing him and kathy and his whole family well in his future endeavors. thank you. i yield the floor. ms. collins: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from maine. ms. collins: thank you, mr. president. mr. president, as i listened this afternoon to senator gregg's farewell address, i

Susan Collins

0:41:10 to 0:45:39( Edit History Discussion )
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Susan Collins

0:41:29 to 0:41:52( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: thought about how much all of us who have been privileged to serve with him will miss his wisdom. but for me mr. president, the loss will be even more intense for there is no one to whom i have turned more often for

Susan Collins

0:41:53 to 0:42:15( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: advice during the past 14 years than my neighbor from new hampshire unless, of course, it was his wife, kathy, who also gave very good advice. judd's extraordinary knowledge of so many issues, his keen

Susan Collins

0:42:16 to 0:42:37( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: insights into policy and politics and his abiding friendship have met -- meant so much to me. i truly can not imagine a debate in this chamber about the budget, spending, entitlement programs, or taxes without his

Susan Collins

0:42:38 to 0:42:59( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: leading it. given his strong work ethic, his commitment to the prosperity of future generations, and his unwavering dedication to doing what is right, i am confident that his clear call for action

Susan Collins

0:43:00 to 0:43:20( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: on our fiscal crisis will continue to be heard and to be influential in the debates ahead of us. raised in a family devoted to public service, congressman, governor, and now senator gregg

Susan Collins

0:43:21 to 0:43:41( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: has always been guided by the principle that the public interest is paramount and the public's trust is essential. as a strong voice for fiscal discipline and champion of bipartisan solutions, senator

Susan Collins

0:43:42 to 0:44:05( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: gregg has always upheld those principles. he faced up to the looming entitlement crisis and our inequitable tax system by introducing comprehensive bipartisan bills to address both concerns. his sponsorship of legislation

Susan Collins

0:44:06 to 0:44:26( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: early this year to establish a bipartisan commission on fiscal responsibility brought to the forefront of the national debate our debt, a debt that america can no longer ignore. senator gregg's service on the president's commission

Susan Collins

0:44:27 to 0:44:47( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: demonstrated his determination to present to the american people an analysis of the tough choices we must face and the means to return to fiscal sanity. as always, judd has been

Susan Collins

0:44:48 to 0:45:09( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: dedicated to one goal, ensuring that our country's children and grandchildren inherit a just and prosperous nation where the american dream can still be a reality for millions of hard-working families.

Susan Collins

0:45:10 to 0:45:31( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: the idea of saddling future generations with trillions in unpaid bills has always been an anathema to senator gregg. although fiscal issues have been judd's passion, the soaring and

Susan Collins

0:45:32 to 0:45:42( Edit History Discussion )

Susan Collins: unsustainable debt has not been his only focus. for example, two years ago, senator gregg helped lead a

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