eKe, 4 e t \\ %, STATE OFFICE: 2201 Co-Chairmen: 064 Bob Sanchez, Attorney N. “SONIE1’111ES PARI’Y LOYALTY AS lie spoke gloomily about the Nt it is beaten bath v beaten. rilen there. \(from: A THOUSAND DAYS by Arthur M. Seines’ s Quotations from Preston Smith Right-to-Work Law “Well, I was co-author and I still think that a man shouldn’t be required to join a union to get or hold a job.” \(Amarillo News Globe, March 3, Taxing Groceries ‘I think we could solve our problems … by just removing the exemptions that now exist in our general sales tax.” \(Amarillo News Globe, March 3, Party Loyalty “I have always supported and voted for Democratic Party candidates and will continue to do so, I won’t quarrel, however, with good citizens of this country who feel otherwise.” \(Austin American-Statesman, His First Term “We knew we would make mistakes, as we have done but they were mistakes from the heart.” Students “I don’t anticipate problems because we have done whatever we could do to keep the lines of communications open to discuss problems.. ..” \(The Daily Texan, Austin, May 6, 1970. Later that day, police used tear gas to rout student demonstrators at the State CapForeign Affairs “The magnitude of your recent decision to enter Cambodia shows courage and determination….” \(telegram to President Nixon, quoted in the Austin American Republicans He attacked the Nixon Administration from the right, observing that while Republicans claim to be the more conservative party “their Washington leadership reflects a deep influence of Eastern thinking….” \(Texas Observer, Oct. 2, The Urban Crisis “Some people like to live in slums.” \(in Washington, quoted by the Austin American-Statesman, Justice “It is from ultra liberals that our police got into the position of wearing strait-jackets when trying to deal with criminals.” \(in Temple, quoted in the Waco
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