Usage examples of "armey".
Then House majority leader Dick Armey, during a campaign event for Katherine Harris in Florida on September 20, 2002, was asked why the Jewish community is divided between liberals and conservatives.
Several of them, including Senator Lott and Representative Dick Armey, criticized the timing of the attacks, saying I had ordered them in order to delay the House vote on impeachment.
Besides Bob Dole and Newt Gingrich, the Republican team included Senator Trent Lott of Mississippi, and two Texans, Congressman Dick Armey, the House majority leader, and Congressman Tom DeLay, the House majority whip.
Dennis Hastert of Illinois, a stocky former wrestling coach who was quite conservative but less abrasive and confrontational than Gingrich, Armey, and DeLay.
Dole, Gingrich, Armey, Daschle, and Gephardt were there, as were Al Gore, Leon Panetta, Bob Rubin, Laura Tyson, and other members of our team.
As for their view of pragmatists, a succinct summation was first uttered in frustration by Representative Dick Armey of Texas in the late eighties, when Republicans were the long-standing minority in Congress.
Fatigued from being enticed into conference, time and again, by the Democratic majority and leaving with little to show, Armey murmured that such encounters were not love, not sex, and not natural.
His new press secretary, Michele Davis, who had been a top aide to House Majority Leader Dick Armey, said he should craft a few things he wanted to say in interviews, say them, and make the rest off the record.
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Older representatives of this culture such as Strom Thurmond and Jesse Helms have retired, only to be followed by younger figures such as Tom DeLay, Newt Gingrich, Trent Lott, James Inhofe and Dick Armey, who perpetuate their tradition.
Their numbers include both of the last Republican leaders in the House, Dick Armey and Tom DeLay, both of them very strong supporters of Israel.
Thus in May 2002 Armey, then House Majority Leader, called during a television interview for the deportation of the Palestinians from the Occupied Territories.