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The backbone of our nation's domestic defense against terrorist attacks will continue to be the men and women in local law enforcement and emergency services.

The backbone of our nation's domestic defense against terrorist attacks will continue to be the men and women in local law enforcement and emergency services.

It's very difficult to tell someone how to protect themselves from a terrorist attack, whether it occurs in the U.S. or on foreign soil, particularly when you have terrorists with no concern for human life. ---->>>

When his nomination comes before the United States Senate, Timothy Batten can count on my strong support... He is the right person for the job. ---->>>

First of all, I don't think that America is truly prepared for a biological or a chemical attack. However, we are moving in the right direction. ---->>>

Intelligence is our first line of defense against terrorism, and we must improve the collection capabilities and analysis of intelligence to protect the security of the United States and its allies.

Intelligence is our first line of defense against terrorism, and we must improve the collection capabilities and analysis of intelligence to protect the security of the United States and its allies.

Let me be clear: There is no stronger advocate for civil liberties in the Senate than myself. ---->>>

It's not the function of Congress to do criminal investigations. ---->>>

People ought to have more control over their lives. ---->>>

Saddam Hussein has openly admitted to the rest of the world that he had weapons of mass destruction. He used those weapons to kill his own people. ---->>>

The truth is our country, our people, our liberties, and our way of life are under attack by radical Islamic terrorists who kill and destroy in the name of religion. ---->>>

I'm concerned about the cost, just like everybody else. There's no question that we have an obligation to help the people of Louisiana and Mississippi to rebuild. ---->>>

Japan's inexplicable lack of response to even consider a move to re-open their market to U.S. beef will sorely tempt economic trade action against Japan. ---->>>

But the thing we do know is whatever it costs to save and protect American lives in this conflict, we're going to spend. ---->>>

First of all, war is a very, very difficult thing to deal with, even on the good days. ---->>>

I never sought to privatize Social Security. ---->>>

The military code of justice sets out exactly what type of charges are available for specific acts. ---->>>

The security of the United States, which is so dependent on having accurate and timely intelligence, is not a Republican or a Democratic issue.

The security of the United States, which is so dependent on having accurate and timely intelligence, is not a Republican or a Democratic issue.

I do think that people ought to have some control over their money, rather than the government, just mandating to them how they're going to invest their money. ---->>>

I think all members of Congress are very concerned about the fact that, while we want to see our law enforcement agencies have every means they can possibly have to combat terrorism, we've got to remember that we've had a Constitution in place for 225 years, and it has served us well. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 11-10, 1943
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Occupation: Politician
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Clarence Saxby Chambliss (born November 10, 1943) is an American politician who was a United States Senator from Georgia from 2003 to 2015. A member of the Republican Party, he previously served as a U.S. Representative from 1995 to 2003. During his four terms in the House, Chambliss served on the United States House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and chaired the House Intelligence Subcommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security, which oversaw investigations of the intelligence community after the September 11 attacks in 2001 (wikipedia)