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Ernest Hollings


Served as a Democratic United States Senator from South Carolina from 1966 to 2005 as well as Governor of South Carolina (1959–1963) and Lieutenant Governor (1955–1959).
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Ernest Hollings
I did not have political relations with that man, Ken Lay.
Hollings quotes
People always wonder how Peatsy and I stay together, with so many divorces around us. And a friend of ours used to say, "It's simple. They have a lot in common. They're both in love with the same fella."
Hollings
You remind me of Hubert Humphrey. You talk too much




Hollings Ernest quotes
John Dewey, the educator said, no, no, let the free press report the truth to the American people and the needs will be reflected, to the congressmen and senators in Washington. And he was right. But they’re not telling the truth anymore. They all were doing the headlines rather than headway. They’re all getting by with perceptions; they’re all getting by with pollster politics. They’re not talking about the needs.
Hollings Ernest
Letting y'all regulate yourselves is like delivering lettuce by way of a rabbit.
Ernest Hollings quotes
There's no education in the second kick of a mule.
Ernest Hollings
But what have you done in this world?
Hollings Ernest quotes
We hear those in the national Congress running around and saying, 'Free trade, free trade, I am for free trade,' when they know free trade is like dry water. There is no such thing.
Hollings
If you want a lesson in political anonymity, sponsor a bill with Phil Gramm.
Hollings Ernest
I've never seen a better example of cash-and-carry government than this Bush administration and Enron.
Ernest Hollings
When E. F. Hollings talks, nobody listens.




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