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House Proceeding 01-14-09 on Jan 14th, 2009 :: 1:39:20 to 1:41:25
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Al Green

1:39:17 to 1:39:37( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: to us but belongs to the american public. with that, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from massachusetts is recognized. mr. frank: i yield to one of the most informed members of our committee, the gentleman from texas, mr. green for two minutes. the speaker pro tempore: th gentleman is recognized for two minutes. mr. green: mr. chairma dr.

Al Green

1:39:20 to 1:41:25( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Al Green

Al Green

1:39:38 to 1:39:59( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: king, whose birthday we're about to celebrate this month, reminds us the truest measure of the person is not where you stand in times of comfort and convenience, but rather where do you stand in times of challenge and controversy? not where do you stand when there's no housing crisis and no unemployment problem, where do

Al Green

1:40:00 to 1:40:21( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: you stand when unemployment is 7.2%? wh you've lost a million jobs in the last two months? when you lost two million jobs in the last year? where do you stand? in times of challenge. and controversy. and this time of challenge and controversy, i stand with the

Al Green

1:40:22 to 1:40:42( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: american homeowner who is in cris. who needs our help. who but for this piece of legislation will not get our help. i stand with the arican homeowner because this legislation provides 0 billion to 00 billion to help homes that may go into foreclosure and times of challenge and

Al Green

1:40:43 to 1:41:06( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: controversy, i stand with the homeowner. and i also stand for something. i stand for having the tarp money be made accountable for. this piece of legislation deals with accountability. people want to know how their money is being spent. this legislation helps us to better understand how the tarp

Al Green

1:41:07 to 1:41:25( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: money has impacted new lending. the latourette amendment. that passed this house overwhelmingly last -- in the last session, last time we met and had this bill before the house. that piece of amendment is something that has been incorporated in this bill system of mr. chairman, i thank you for a stellar job, a job well done

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