Comments for: Two who made a difference

Posted Dec. 21, 2012, at 2:40 p.m.

More than 80 members of Congress, including a dozen senators, are leaving office at the end of this term. Many have served the country well. But two stand out for their commitment to American leadership in the world and to bipartisan cooperation at home: Republican Sen. Richard G. Lugar of …

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  • Anonymous

    Another TP-induced tragedy.

  • Anonymous

    Many have served the country well.

    Would you say that about board-of-directors members who’d left their company in the condition the US government is in? God save us from more such ‘service’.

  • Anonymous

    Lieberman was a self centered jerk with only one issue… That being how to get as many tax dollars to Israel as he could. He voted for an unnecessary war, was a supporter of Bush’s spendy-wasty (non conservative) agenda, and bowed out when he realized the people of Connecticut were wise to him.

    As far as being “centrist” where is the “center” today? Would John Kennedy have a chance to win the presidency today? Would Barry Goldwater be to liberal for the Republican party? Would George Wallace and Curtis LeMay be “compromise candidates in the Democratic caucus?

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