Daniel Inouye - Quotes

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One doesn't become a soldier in a week - it takes training, study and discipline. There is no question that the finest Army in the world is found in the United States. ---->>>

I represented the people of Hawaii and this nation honestly and to the best of my ability. I think I did okay. ---->>>

The President's speech suggested to me that were we to follow his leadership, we will be in Iraq not for months, but for years. I also hope I am wrong on this. ---->>>

I hope that the mistakes made and suffering imposed upon Japanese Americans nearly 60 years ago will not be repeated against Arab Americans whose loyalties are now being called into question. ---->>>

Americanism is not a matter of skin or color. ---->>>

I am ready and prepared to work with the President, but I will not be a rubber stamp for any president. ---->>>

I do not personally agree with some of the positions that Mr. Gonzales has advocated, but that should come as no surprise, because I do not agree with many of the proposals made by the man who nominated him, President Bush. ---->>>

Mr. Gonzales' failure to respond to questions legitimately posed to him by the Senate raises grave doubts in my mind as to his fitness to serve the people of the United States as their Attorney General. ---->>>

Yes, prudently invested contributions to the Social Security fund may bring greater dividends, but those contributions would also face a greater risk. It would be like gambling. We should not gamble with the investments and the future of the citizens of this land. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 09-07, 1924
Die: 2012-12-17
Occupation: Politician

Daniel Ken "Dan" Inouye (Japanese: 井上 建, Hepburn: Inoue Ken, ee-NOH-ay, but often pronounced IN-ə-way; September 7, 1924 – December 17, 2012) was a United States Senator from Hawaii from 1963 to 2012. He was a member of the Democratic Party, and he was President pro tempore of the United States Senate (third in line in the Presidential Line of Succession) from 2010 until his death in 2012, making him the highest-ranking Asian American politician in U (wikipedia)