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House Proceeding 03-16-10 on Mar 16th, 2010 :: 1:37:15 to 1:57:15
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Rodney P. Frelinghuysen

1:37:12 to 1:37:32( Edit History Discussion )

Rodney P. Frelinghuysen: i urge you to vote yes. people over profit. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from new jersey rise? the gentleman is recognized witht objection. >> madam speaker, this time the process is substance. as the democrat majority prepares to jam president obama's health bill through

Rodney P. Frelinghuysen

1:37:15 to 1:38:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Rodney P. Frelinghuysen

Rodney P. Frelinghuysen

1:37:33 to 1:37:54( Edit History Discussion )

Rodney P. Frelinghuysen: congress despite its lack of support from the american people, our constituents need to know what's going on about the process. yesterday in ohio president obama demanded that members of his own party show courage and vote for his vision of health care. yet this morning the front page headline of the "washington post" reads, pelosi may try to pass health care without vote.

Rodney P. Frelinghuysen

1:37:55 to 1:38:17( Edit History Discussion )

Rodney P. Frelinghuysen: in the body of this story the speaker refers to a procedural scheme to allow the president to sign the senate-passed health bill without the house voting on it or even debating it. she said, i quote, it's more insider and process oriented than most people want to know, but i like it. because people don't have to vote on the senate bill. imagine that.

Rodney P. Frelinghuysen

1:38:18 to 1:38:21( Edit History Discussion )

Rodney P. Frelinghuysen: affecting 17% of the entire u.s. economy without a public vote in the house

Joe Courtney

1:38:22 to 1:38:43( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Courtney: my colleagues, i ask you, i that courage? i now yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. for what purpose does the gentleman from connecticut rise? without objection, so ordered. >> in the state of connecticut last weekend we had the opportunity to see the health care crisis up close mission of mercy, a national

Joe Courtney

1:38:25 to 1:39:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joe Courtney

Joe Courtney

1:38:44 to 1:39:04( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Courtney: organization that holds free dental clintics was in connecticut, and it shattered the mission of mercy record, serving 2,045 working adults, sleeping in their cs, ling up two nights before to get acess to dental care. we are not talking about teeth whitenings or teeth cleanings. we are talking about people who

Joe Courtney

1:39:05 to 1:39:26( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Courtney: walked in with abscesses that were so pronounced it threatened the stability of their jaw, extractions. this is the state of health care in america today. there is one group that doesn't have to sleep in their car to get health care. members of congress who participate in a federal purchasing exchange subs diced by the american -- subsidized by the american taxpayer.

Joe Courtney

1:39:27 to 1:39:40( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Courtney: how do they demonize a plan which they benefit from every single day courtesy of the american taxpayer? i don't know how they do that. this week they have an opportunity to help those people who are lined up in their cars over the weekend to

Joseph R. Pitts

1:39:41 to 1:40:01( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph R. Pitts: get the same access to care that those people who work r taxes. vote for health care reform. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania rise? >> to address the house for one minute. revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. mr. pitts: madam speaker, we have talked a lot about how this bill is distracting us from the issue that the american people want us to focus on, and that is jobs.

Joseph R. Pitts

1:39:45 to 1:40:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joseph R. Pitts

Joseph R. Pitts

1:40:02 to 1:40:22( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph R. Pitts: but this bill isn't just merely a distraction. it will have a profoundly negative impact on the job market. you cannot raise taxes by hundreds of billions of dollars on individuals and businesses and expect that it has no impact on employers and employees. raising taxes per employee by $2,000 would not encourage

Joseph R. Pitts

1:40:23 to 1:40:45( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph R. Pitts: businesses to hire more workers. and workers receiving health care subsidies would see their new federal entitlement evaporate when their wages increase by too much. under this bill, more pay could mean less health care effectively trapping workers in lower-wage jobs. not only would this bill disturge job growth, it would discourage wage growth also.

1:40:46 to 1:41:06( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Chu: the bottom line is, this bill will destroy jobs at a time when we can least afford it. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. for what purpose does the gentlelady from california rise? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentlelady is recognized. ms. chu: are you for what the insurance companies are doing or against it? do you think it's right to cut

1:40:50 to 1:41:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Judy Chu

1:41:07 to 1:41:27( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Chu: your mother off insurance because she's had a catastrophic cancer? do you think it's right to deny your sister insurance because she had a caesarean section? i don't. do you think it's right for insurance companies to raise rates 39% all at one time forcing businesses to choose between health care or firing people? i don't. if you think it's right for the

1:41:28 to 1:41:36( Edit History Discussion )

Judy Chu: insurae companies to do this to your sons, daughter, or mother, join the republicans in opposing health care reform. i don't think it's right.

Dennis R. Rehberg

1:41:37 to 1:41:57( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: in fact, i think it's an outrage. that's why i know we must passion health care reform now. -- pass health care reform now. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady has yielded back. the gentleman from montana, for what purpose do you rise? mr. rehberg: to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. mr. rehberg: today as millions of americans around the country fill out their brackets, march madness is in the air. unfortunately this madness

Dennis R. Rehberg

1:41:40 to 1:42:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dennis R. Rehberg

Dennis R. Rehberg

1:41:58 to 1:42:18( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: isn't restricted to the basketball court. as congress rushes to pass a health care bill that iso bad even the majority party can't stomach it, we have our own case of march madness right here in congress. but ours is worse. with march madness every game is played on tv. in full view of the american public. in house madness, the legislation is written in

Dennis R. Rehberg

1:42:19 to 1:42:39( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: secret, behind closed doors. in march madness you play for bragging rights in the house pool. in house madness, it matters -- it's matters of life and death, 1/6 of the national economy and $1 trillion in tax dollars. is march madness the team the most points wins. in house madness you rewrite the rules with procedural

Dennis R. Rehberg

1:42:40 to 1:42:40( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: tricks so that the team with

Diane E. Watson

1:42:41 to 1:43:05( Edit History Discussion )

Diane E. Watson: fewer votes can win. it's time to blow the whistle. call a foul, and stop this madness. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady from california rise? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentlelady is recognized. ms. watson: madam speaker, i come here to let you know my mother turned 100 on january 4.

Diane E. Watson

1:42:45 to 1:43:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Diane E. Watson

Diane E. Watson

1:43:06 to 1:43:26( Edit History Discussion )

Diane E. Watson: after she had a broken hip and two days before christmas another broken hip, and last night she broke her femur and just a few minutes ago they called me to say she was in need of a blood transfusion. i want you to know the only way we kept the mother of four who put all of us through college is because of medicare and our

Diane E. Watson

1:43:27 to 1:43:40( Edit History Discussion )

Diane E. Watson: insurances. madam speaker, let us not let americans die unnecessarily. this woman's sister, my mother's sister, lived to 106 and i will doving in my power

Brett Guthrie

1:43:41 to 1:44:01( Edit History Discussion )

Brett Guthrie: to be -- do erything in my power to be sure other americans can benefit from the kind of health care reform we are proposing today. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. for what purpose does the gentleman from kentucky rise? >> to address the house for one minute. without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. > thank you, madam speaker. everyone wants to make health

Brett Guthrie

1:43:45 to 1:44:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Brett Guthrie

Brett Guthrie

1:44:02 to 1:44:22( Edit History Discussion )

Brett Guthrie: care more affordable and more accessible. for the past year the majority has been working on pieces of a puzzle they call health care reform and that their puzzle is now complete. the picture doesn't make any sense. their final image includes billions of dollars in new taxes, over a trillion in new government. increases the premiums of 80%

Brett Guthrie

1:44:23 to 1:44:43( Edit History Discussion )

Brett Guthrie: of those who have health insurance and cuts medicare by $1 trillion. half a trillion dollars. and i continue to hear from kentuckyans from home who remain concerned over the possible passage of this bill and who are frustrated with this process. we need to start over. we need to piece together better solutions in an open and honest system.

Brett Guthrie

1:44:44 to 1:44:46( Edit History Discussion )

Brett Guthrie: now is the time to work on incremental reforms that will

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:44:47 to 1:45:07( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: lower the cost of health care without spending trillions in bankrupting future generations. i yield back my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. for what purpose does the gentlelady from kentucky rise? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentlelady is recognized. ms. delauro: two weeks ago i went to dinner with my family.

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:44:50 to 1:46:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Rosa L. DeLauro

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:45:08 to 1:45:28( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: as we left the restaurant, a young woman stopped me and she said to me, rosa, can i talk to you for a moment? i have been rating for you. why didn't you come over to the she said i didn't want to disturb you and your family. no disturbance. i looked at this beautiful young woman with tears in her yes and she said to me, rosa, i have lung cancer. .

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:45:29 to 1:45:49( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: i have lung cancer and i cannot get the kind of help that i need. i can't leave my job because i will not be able to get insurance, pre-existing condition is killing me, pass health care reform. you don't know, melissa maratolli. i do.

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:45:50 to 1:46:10( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: and her face harms me single day. and this is not just one store eye. -- story. it is al of people who can't leave their job, w they need because the insurance companies have run roughshod over them. yes, they are ragging -- rationing health care in this country.

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:46:11 to 1:46:32( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: i know where i stand. i stand with the melissa maratollis of this nation. the republicans stand with the insurance companies. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman rise? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. >> thank you, madam speaker. you know, this bill really is not about health insurance reform.

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:46:33 to 1:46:41( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: you watch the president's televised health care forum. you heard them say it time and time again. this is about entitlement expansion.

Aaron Schock

1:46:42 to 1:47:04( Edit History Discussion )

Aaron Schock: and that's where the real debate comes down to centerline. both sides agree that there needs to be health care reform. the republicans put forward a thoughtful bill since last april promoting reform, competition across state lines, covering people with pre-existing conditions, on and on and on. but how can my friends on the other side of the aisle endorse

Aaron Schock

1:46:50 to 1:47:30( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Aaron Schock

Aaron Schock

1:47:05 to 1:47:29( Edit History Discussion )

Aaron Schock: this bill when the congressional budget office, the nonpartisan dermer of how these -- how much these bills costs, has not come out with their cost estimate for this bill? i know from my home state in illinois our governor is talking about a 50% tax increase to pay for $9 billion in unpaid medicaid bills. this bill we do know will cost

Aaron Schock

1:47:30 to 1:47:31( Edit History Discussion )

Aaron Schock: my state of illinois $1.89

Niki Tsongas

1:47:32 to 1:47:52( Edit History Discussion )

Niki Tsongas: billion over five years just for their match. i don't know how anyone from my state c support this bill. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady from massachusetts rise? ms. tsongas: to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objectionso ordered. the gentlelady is recognized. ms. tsongas: some of the most ecriegriegeous insurance

Niki Tsongas

1:47:35 to 1:48:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Niki Tsongas

Niki Tsongas

1:47:53 to 1:48:13( Edit History Discussion )

Niki Tsongas: practices in our health care -- egregious insurance practices in our health care system harms women and this needs to change. women pay more and get less and often are denied care. if a woman is of a certain age or is already pregnant, insurers can deny her of all things maternity coverage. in eight states it's still legal for insurance coanies

Niki Tsongas

1:48:14 to 1:48:34( Edit History Discussion )

Niki Tsongas: to deny coverage if she has been a victim of domestic violence. these examples illustrate our -- how our insurance companies has -- my republicans colleagues joined me in supporting this motion, acknowledging that health care

Niki Tsongas

1:48:35 to 1:48:40( Edit History Discussion )

Niki Tsongas: reform must end these harmful insurance practices. so many of the health care reforms that are so important

Wally Herger

1:48:41 to 1:49:02( Edit History Discussion )

Wally Herger: to women, families and our nation hang in the balance. we must pass these commonsense changes in our health care system. thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from california rise? >> i ask permission to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. mr. herger: madam speaker, the american people are

Wally Herger

1:48:45 to 1:49:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Wally Herger

Wally Herger

1:49:03 to 1:49:24( Edit History Discussion )

Wally Herger: increasingly rejecting government-run health care. they are saying no to back room deals and gimmicks used by the majority party to ram this bill through by any the tratt leadership has greased the skids to ignore the will of the american people and make their version of socialized medicine the law of

Wally Herger

1:49:25 to 1:49:45( Edit History Discussion )

Wally Herger: the land. abusing the rules when it suits the majority party's purpose is not what the american people want. madam speaker, allow us to do the work we were sent here to do. let this bill stand to fail on its merits. an issue so important to

Robert E. Andrews

1:49:46 to 1:50:08( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: america's future demands transparency and a legitimate up or down vote. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from new jersey rise? >> ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. mr. andrews: good ideas from

Robert E. Andrews

1:49:50 to 1:51:05( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Robert E. Andrews

Robert E. Andrews

1:50:09 to 1:50:29( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: both parties are this plan. but there is a philosophical difference between the two parties that i think came out last night. on weekends i very often go to the supermarket and you see these little notices for beef and beer and sorblese for people trying to raise money for a medical emergency in their family. most the people who are trying to do this have insurance but

Robert E. Andrews

1:50:30 to 1:50:51( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: their daughter has leukemia or their son is on a ventilator and they ran out of health insurance benefits because they run up against a lifetime policy limit. last night we took a vote on whether or not to abolish those lifetime policy limits so no families should have to do that. our side voted yes. their side voted no.

Robert E. Andrews

1:50:52 to 1:51:06( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: but members of congress and our own health plan, if our families have that problem there is no limit to what we get. we think that the american people should get the same benefit that the men and women who vote in this chamber every day too. we believe we should stand on

Jeff Miller

1:51:07 to 1:51:28( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Miller: the side of the families of this country, not the insurance industry. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from florida rise? >> to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. >> madam speaker, the health care reform debate has become a farce, and i am outraged. i am outraged that this proposed law.

Jeff Miller

1:51:10 to 1:52:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jeff Miller

Jeff Miller

1:51:29 to 1:51:49( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Miller: i am outraged at the process. i am outraged at the majority party's sham of a health care bill. but i am not the only one. the american people are outraged. americans have marched, theve protested and they've written letters and made phone calls. americans have spoken, madam

Jeff Miller

1:51:50 to 1:52:11( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Miller: speaker, and they do not want this health care bill. but the worse part about it is that we may not even vote on it. the majority party wants to deem the senate bill passed and then hope the senate changes the bill later. was this the hope and the change that we can all believe in? madam speaker, this has become a legislative sleight of hand,

Jeff Miller

1:52:12 to 1:52:16( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Miller: a gimmick, a parlor trick. i urge my colleagues to listen

Carol Shea-Porter

1:52:17 to 1:52:37( Edit History Discussion )

Carol Shea-Porter: to the american people and kill this bill. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady from new hampshire rise? ms. shea-porter: to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentlelady is recognized. ms. shea-porter: madam speaker, i'm outramingd also. i'm really outraged at the amount of money that the

Carol Shea-Porter

1:52:20 to 1:53:30( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Carol Shea-Porter

Carol Shea-Porter

1:52:38 to 1:52:58( Edit History Discussion )

Carol Shea-Porter: insurance industry has spent trying to defeat this bill that will help the american people. the companies claim they support health care reform just not this bill. but they've done nothing to reform. they could have taken this time to reform. they still deny coverage for pre-existing conditions. they still charge exorbitant rates. they still fight antitrust legislation.

Carol Shea-Porter

1:52:59 to 1:53:19( Edit History Discussion )

Carol Shea-Porter: they still cancel people's policies when they most need them. and they still limit the payments when people get sick. they had a secret code word. it's called start over. what they really mean is defeat it, we don't want it. the question has to be here, who's side are you on? are you on the side of the insurance companies, or are you

Carol Shea-Porter

1:53:20 to 1:53:30( Edit History Discussion )

Carol Shea-Porter: on the side of the american public, the people, the small businesses who have to carry the burden of these fees, who's side are you really on?

Thaddeus G. McCotter

1:53:31 to 1:53:52( Edit History Discussion )

Thaddeus G. McCotter: i'm on the side of middle-class families, small businesses and those who are healthy and those who are sick. thank you. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back. for what purpose does the gentleman from michigan rise? >> to address the house for one mite. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. mr. mccotter: we live in virginia dysfunctional time. we've heard members say they stand on the side of the america people.

Thaddeus G. McCotter

1:53:35 to 1:54:25( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Thaddeus G. McCotter

Thaddeus G. McCotter

1:53:53 to 1:54:14( Edit History Discussion )

Thaddeus G. McCotter: yet, in my 44 years of life i've never stood on the side of someone who disagrees with me so vehemently. what we are looking at is a fundamental proposition. the democratic party believes you can take an imperfect health care system and fix it by putting it under the most dysfunctional and broken entity of the united states today. it's called the federal governnt. the proposition is insane.

Thaddeus G. McCotter

1:54:15 to 1:54:25( Edit History Discussion )

Thaddeus G. McCotter: the reality is they do not stand with the american people. they stand for big government making decisions in your lives. we trust the american people and we will not turn the intimate decisions between you and your doctor to a federal

Thomas E. Petri

1:54:26 to 1:54:46( Edit History Discussion )

Thomas E. Petri: bureaucrat. we will leave it in your hands and we will have free market reforms if given a chance and a real vote. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. for what purpose does the gentleman from wisconsin rise? >> unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized. mr. petri: madam speaker, the

Thomas E. Petri

1:54:30 to 1:56:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Thomas E. Petri

Thomas E. Petri

1:54:47 to 1:55:07( Edit History Discussion )

Thomas E. Petri: american people want health reform. they want affordable, reliable care. but after watching the current majority rangel for over a year to produce gargantuan bills, with tax increases and special deals, the american people have a right to say no. we don't trust the current congress to do this right.

Thomas E. Petri

1:55:08 to 1:55:29( Edit History Discussion )

Thomas E. Petri: they've seen how the congress has worked over the past year and have rightfully said it's crazy to give the government greater control over our health care. they look at aspects of the legislation before us and say, yes, there are provisions here that we like. but at what cost? we have projected trillion dollar deficits stretching to the horizon and we're told that

Thomas E. Petri

1:55:30 to 1:55:51( Edit History Discussion )

Thomas E. Petri: this big new entitlement will actually restrain costs. is that credible? i believe the more sensible approach is a simpler approach. that the expanding health savings accounts and catastrophic insurance and paid for when necessary. it's a simple arngement that everyone can understand and will help to restrain costs because everyone will have incentives to spend careful.

Thomas E. Petri

1:55:52 to 1:56:01( Edit History Discussion )

Thomas E. Petri: it's not all i'd do but it's understandable. instead, the current majority is pushing athat he had with a breathtakingly expensive

Barbara Lee

1:56:02 to 1:56:24( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: bureaucratic and -- monstrosity. it's not a way to recover 1/6 of our economy. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentlelady recognized? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentlelady is recognized. ms. lee: quality affordable health care should be a fundamental human right, not a privilege for a few, as my colleagues on the other side of the aisle would have it.

Barbara Lee

1:56:05 to 1:57:10( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Barbara Lee

Barbara Lee

1:56:25 to 1:56:45( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: 47 million americans are uninsured including nine million kids. drug companies are raking in huge profits. wellpoint increased raising rates in california even as they made $4.2illion in profits last year and paid out million dollar coen packages to their top executives.

Barbara Lee

1:56:46 to 1:57:06( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: these rate hikes would hit democratic and republican districts alike. and the other side would have us do nothing. we talk about the big banks making a killing off of taxpayers. well, surance companies executives are literally getting million dollar compensation packages while our constituents are dying. health care reform is long overdue. the 31 million people this bill will cover are democrats,

Barbara Lee

1:57:07 to 1:57:10( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Lee: they're republicans, they're independents, they're greens and they're people with no

Jo Bonner

1:57:11 to 1:57:32( Edit History Discussion )

Jo Bonner: party affiliation. this should not be a partisan issue. the cost of inaction are much too -- the cost of inaction -- excuse me -- are much too risky, much too costly and we must act now. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from alabama rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized.

Jo Bonner

1:57:15 to 1:58:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jo Bonner

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