Inspiring quotes by Bob Dole

Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Bob Dole

  • If something happened along the route and you had to leave your children with Bob Dole or Bill Clinton, I think you would probably leave them with Bob Dole.
  • I will seek the presidency with nothing to fall back on but the judgment of the people of the United States, and nowhere to go but the White House or home.
  • I’ve thought about it, not a lot, but I thought my relationship with Congress – the Democrats and Republicans – would help me get some things done. Not everything, but at least they’d be willing to try.
  • I just consider myself a Republican, none of this hyphenated stuff. I was a mainstream conservative Republican, and most people are in that category.
  • Those who cultivate moral confusion for profit should understand this: we will name their names and shame them as they deserve to be shamed.
  • Something is wrong with America. I wonder sometimes what people are thinking about or if they’re thinking at all.
  • If you’re hanging around with nothing to do and the zoo is closed, come over to the Senate. You’ll get the same kind of feeling and you won’t have to pay.
  • I really thought, with my background growing up, and my service, and all that, I thought it would be enough for the presidency. But… It sure was enough when I ran for Congress.
  • I don’t know how many people run for vice president and president and lose both.
  • President Obama came to visit me in the hospital. He said, ‘I wish you were still in the Senate; I need your help.’ I’m not certain I can help on everything. Maybe some things.

Bob Dole, born on July 22, 1923, was an American politician and statesman who played a prominent role in U.S. politics for several decades. Dole, a native of Russell, Kansas, served in the United States Army during World War II, sustaining injuries that left his right arm permanently disabled. After the war, he entered politics, representing Kansas in the House of Representatives from 1961 to 1969 and in the Senate from 1969 to 1996.

A Republican, Dole was the Senate Majority Leader from 1985 to 1987 and again from 1995 to 1996. In 1996, he became the Republican nominee for President of the United States, facing off against incumbent President Bill Clinton. Despite a distinguished career, including a reputation for bipartisan collaboration, Dole was unsuccessful in his presidential bid.

After leaving politics, Dole remained active in public life, working on various initiatives and serving as a public advocate for disabled individuals. He passed away on December 5, 2021, leaving behind a legacy of dedicated service to his country and a reputation as a respected and resilient figure in American politics.

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