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This is one of the major problems we have. By the way, it was endorsed by leadership on both sides of the aisle and both ends of the Capitol, by the NRA and also by the gun control groups.

This is one of the major problems we have. By the way, it was endorsed by leadership on both sides of the aisle and both ends of the Capitol, by the NRA and also by the gun control groups.

If you talk to any of my Democratic colleagues who lost that year, they would tell that gun control was one of the major contributory factors in the loss of their seats. ---->>>

War is failure of diplomacy.

War is failure of diplomacy.

If we're going to change the laws, let's change them in ways which makes it easier to catch criminals, and yet at the same time protect the Second Amendment rights of our law-abiding citizens. ---->>>

If we're going to spend a lot of money to deal with the problem of 200 million guns in the country owned by 65 million gun owners, we ought to have a system which will work and catch criminals. ---->>>

I'm Polish, I carry no grudges. ---->>>

Living wild species are like a library of books still unread. Our heedless destruction of them is akin to burning the library without ever having read its books. ---->>>

I can support going in after Saddam Hussein, but I want to make sure I don't go alone. ---->>>

This is the worst administration since Caligula. ---->>>

To go to war, you must always think of, can you win? ---->>>

Everything in our foreign and domestic policy is a question of issue for the American people to vote on. ---->>>

I have worked with Presidents since Eisenhower. We serve together. ---->>>

I still think it would be a great mistake to go into a war without support of our friends and allies. ---->>>

Prediction? The Democrats will win. I think it will be a close win, both for the House and for the Senate. ---->>>

I think we will begin to see some real efforts made to do things like protecting Social Security and Medicare. ---->>>

I'll look and pick the best, and the one who can do the best job for the party. ---->>>

Nobody in this country realizes that cap-and-trade is a tax - and it's a great big one. ---->>>

The Congress has now become a fairly evenly divided entity. ---->>>

The Democratic Party needs to look carefully at moving towards the middle, where the American people are. ---->>>

The mistake that was made was, of course, leaving Saddam in charge of affairs over there. ---->>>

I have enormous respect for Tom Daschle. The NRA has not yet taken a formal position on which I'm aware of on this matter, and I think Tom may be just getting a little ahead of things. ---->>>

I'm very close to suggesting that Mr. Pitt has now served as long as he can usefully do so. He seems to take his foot out of his mouth only for purposes of changing feet. ---->>>

If the president is failing to disclose material facts with regard to legislation being presented to the Congress on a question as important as war and peace, I think it does impair the level of trust that the House and the Senate have for this administration. ---->>>

Mr. Dingell is just plain Mr. Dingell. And when he gets to be chairman of the Commerce Committee, he doesn't let it go to his head. However, he thinks he would be a very, very good chairman. ---->>>

The Democratic Party is a house of many mansions. It is a body which is extremely important in representing all kinds of people in all parts of the country who have very broad and very different views. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 07-08, 1926
Occupation: Politician

John David Dingell Jr. (born July 8, 1926) is an American politician who was a member of the United States House of Representatives from December 13, 1955, until January 3, 2015. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He represented Michigan throughout his congressional tenure and most recently served as the representative for Michigan's 12th congressional district (wikipedia)