I don't agree with all of his stances and I have questioned his judgment. But he was a good man and an honorable public servant. He'll be missed.
"It is only in the United States that a penniless survivor of the Holocaust and a fighter in the anti-Nazi underground could have received an education, raised a family, and had the privilege of serving the last three decades of his life as a Member of Congress. I will never be able to express fully my profoundly felt gratitude to this great country."as an aside, though, can you imagine how pissed off he must have gotten when everyone started comparing the stupidest things to Nazism a few years ago? I wish he'd started slapping people in the face when that was going on.