WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 11: U.S. Ambassador to the Syrian Arab Republic Robert Ford testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Capitol Hill April 11, 2013 in Washington, DC. Ford testified on current U.S. policy toward Syria.
You don’t want institutions to function depending primarily on the personalities of the people in positions of power ... Sen. Robert Ford, he was there for 20 years, and he’s been doing a lot of stuff for a long time ... and nobody said anything about it until the last couple months.
While we appreciate Sen. Robert Ford's service to South Carolina, this is a real-world example of why ethics reform is so important in South Carolina.More quotes »
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