Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 12, 1974 · Page 26
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May 12, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 26

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14* Art.nm TIMtS, Sun., May 12, 1974 . A»K««»A» i i , . "If Dale Bumpers won't stand up to me how can he stand up Nixon?" "From the day he announced, Dale Bumpers has said that he's not running against me. · "I guess he wants my job, but he doesn't want to make anybody mad. But making people mad is what being a Senator is all about. "When I fought Richard Nixon for misleading us on the war, that made him mad. "When I fight him on inflation, education, health care and tax cuts-that makes him mad. "You don't get anything done in the Senate without a fight--and if you have to make somebody mad to do it, that's the price you have to pay. "Because it's not just a Senator's right, it's his duty, to speak his piece. "And so far, Dale Bumpers hasn't said much of anything. "He just keeps talking about putting different faces in our Government, but he won't tell anybody how he's going to be different! "I think he owes that much to every voter in Arkansas--and that's why I'm going to challenge Dale Bumpers every chance I get. "Because if a man won't fight for his job, how can he fight for his State?" Its more than just a popularity contest Its the most crucial election in America. Fulbr ight May 28 Fad far by John Eire* MdJfei BWr,

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