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It has been more than 30 years since this disgraceful episode occurred, and I believe that the United States government should demand the return of the USS Pueblo to the United States Navy without further delay. — Wayne Allard

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I think most Coloradans would agree that our state is the most beautiful in the nation, and the water flowing through our borders is its life blood. — Wayne Allard

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From the employees' standpoint, in 1935, Social Security was a big gamble. Employees would be required to participate in the program, contributing a percentage of their income for their entire adult working life. — Wayne Allard

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Eradication of this unquenchable shrub [tamarisk] will save water, lower salinity levels and create a more congenial habitat for the Southwest Willow Flycatcher and a number of other riparian species. — Wayne Allard

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I think America is on the right track. — Wayne Allard

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I think back a little bit when President Bush was elected President and what kind of economy he inherited from the Clinton administration. The economy was going down. It was not doing well. — Wayne Allard

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In some ways, with the security challenges this country has faced, we have had to put in rules and regulations for business to be able to sustain their growth and create jobs. — Wayne Allard

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Our men and women in our armed forces are the real heroes in this conflict. — Wayne Allard

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The successful establishment of a buffer zone around Fort Carson will provide an example for other bases around the country as we seek to protect the training mission of the U.S. military while preserving critical habitats on our ranges. — Wayne Allard