Whopper of the Week: Chip Limehouse
"The legislation is not specifically aimed at U.S. Sen. Strom Thurmond, who is 98, said Rep. Chip Limehouse. "
-- April 19 Associated Press story reporting that a subcommittee of the South Carolina legislature approved a bill requiring the governor to replace a U.S. senator who doesn't complete his term with a person from the same party. Limehouse is chief sponsor of the bill. "Legis. Aide to U.S. Sen. Strom Thurmond" --Resume entry on the South Carolina legislature's Web page for Charleston Republican Harry Bancroft "Chip" Limehouse III.
"Legis. Aide to U.S. Sen. Strom Thurmond"
--Resume entry on the South Carolina legislature's Web page for Charleston Republican Harry Bancroft "Chip" Limehouse III.
(Thanks to Jess Bravin.)
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April 13, 2001: Gray Davis
April 6, 2001: Sumner Redstone
March 30, 2001:Spencer Abraham
March 23, 2001:George W. Bush, Rep. Jennifer Dunn, and/or the Treasury Department
March 16, 2001:George W. Bush
March 9, 2001:Russ Freyman, spokesman, National Association of Manufacturers
March 2, 2001:Paul O'Neill
Feb. 23, 2001:Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton
Feb. 16, 2001: Oscar spokesmanJohn Pavlik
Feb. 9, 2001:Lynne Cheney
Feb. 2, 2001:Bobby Thomson