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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Benjamin J. Lambert Iii
State Sen. Benjamin J. Lambert III's political future and legacy could be determined more by one decision he made in 2006 than any other move he made during the past three decades representing Richmond in the General Assembly.
'Don't look at one endorsement. Look at the 30 years I have been there,' " Mr. Lambert said.
Mr. Lambert said his opponent is a one-trick pony who is using the endorsement to downplay his numerous legislative accomplishments, including an appointment more than 15 years ago that made him the first black on the powerful Senate Finance Committee, which oversees state spending.