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February 10, 2006
My strongest memory of Sen. Proxmire were his guest appearances on Martin Agronsky's Face the Nation. Martin and his crew were tough on their guests but Sen. Proxmire was not only the most articulate guest i had ever heard on the show..but he was the most prepared.. with all the relevant facts and figures to answer all their questions. By the end of the interview, the Senator's right on replies to his questioners generally had them running for cover.
December 31, 2005
My deepest sympathy to the family of a great American. Few have the integrity and wisdom of this wonderful man. There should be another campaign finance reform and anti corruption bill named after him.
December 20, 2005
One of the greatest men we had in the senate for the American people.He used his own resources for his election.With deepest sympathy and admiration.

very truly your,

Johnny Two Spot
December 17, 2005
I remember Mr. Proxmire best through his son Charlie. I knew Charlie when I was a student @ Stephens College and he was studying at Univ of Missouri. We had wonderful times and he always spoke so proudly about his father.
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