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Bob Dole dedicated his entire life to serving the American people, from his heroism in World War II to the 35 years he spent in Congress. After all he gave in the war, he didn’t have to give more. But he did. His example should inspire people today and for generations to come.
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Sen. Bob Dole Farewell Address: "To everything there is a season, and I think my season in the Senate is about to come to an end...I'm an optimist. I believe our best tomorrows are yet to be lived. So again, thank you. God bless America, and God bless the United States Senate."
January 17, 1997 -- White House Medal of Freedom Ceremony: "I, Robert J. Dole, do solemnly swear -- oops, sorry wrong speech. I had a dream that I would be here this historic week receiving something from the president, but I thought it would be the front door key."
For decades, Missouri Republicans considered Bob Dole as our third United States Senator. His quick wit and his keen understanding of America’s role in the world were always part of any conversation you had with him. A great life, well lived.