Arlen Specter & Orrin Hatch
Arlen Specter (born February 12, 1930) is a former United States Senator from Pennsylvania. Orrin Grant Hatch (born March 22, 1934) is the senior United States Senator for Utah and is a member of the Republican Party./5
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John Mccain was a mistake, Mitt Romney was a mistake, Bob Dole was a mistake, Arlen Specter was a mistake, Jim Jeffords was a mistake, Lincoln Chafee was a mistake, Kelly Ayotte was a mistake, Bob Corker was a mistake, Charlie Crist was a mistake, Lisa Murkowski was a mistake, Olympia Snowe was a mistake, Susan Collins was a mistake, Kay Bailey Hutchison was a mistake, Roy Blunt was a mistake, Jerry Moran was a mistake, Saxby Chambliss was a mistake, Elizabeth Dole was a mistake, Lamar Alexander was a mistake, Lindsey Graham was a mistake, Mitch Mcconnell was a mistake, Orrin Hatch was a mistake. I could go on...and on...and on.
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Orrin Hatch chose Arlen Specter to succeed him as Senate Judiciary Chairman.
Thaaat's right. Orrin Hatch thought Arlen Specter was the man to decide what the Supreme Court looked like.
Hey, you know who Orrin Hatch got to replace him as Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee? Arlen Specter.
It’s probably not the endorsement that incumbent Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch needs right now, as the Republican is locked up in a primary challenge from Dan Liljenquist. But Saturday on Melissa Harris-Perry’s MSNBC show, former Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter, the co-author of “Life Among the Cannibals: A...
It seems like just yesterday former Sen. Arlen Specter was detailing his bathtub rendezvous with the late Ted Kennedy. And now he’s back with some other colorful commentary, calling GOP voters who reject establishment candidates “cannibals.” Politico explains: Arlen Specter, the former Pennsylvania ...
Arlen Specter urges vote 4 Orrin Hatch over conservative Dan Liljenquist. Further proof is the RIGHT choice 4 Senate!
LUGAR DEFEATED IN PRIMARY IN INDIANA.Lugar, 80, along with Utah’s Orrin Hatch, is the longest serving Republican in the Senate. But like GOP senators Lisa Murkowski in Alaska, Bob Bennett in Utah, and Arlen Specter in Pennsylvania in 2010, Lugar found himself challenged by those in his party who decided he was not conservative enough on federal spending. And Republican insiders in Washington said Lugar seemed to underestimate the seriousness of the challenge that Mourdock posed. Mourdock criticized Lugar for voting for Obama’s two Supreme Court nominees and for his vote to end a filibuster on the Democratic-sponsored DREAM Act which many conservatives see as merely a form of amnesty for illegal immigrants. The people are starting to show them the door.
2012/05/02 - Hatch, Arlen Specter, Joe Biden, and especially Ginny and Clarence Thomas owe an apology to Anita Hill and to the American people. - Letters to the Editor: Orrin Hatch, Dennis Prager, Israel Independence Day Celebration
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