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House Proceeding on Jan 22nd, 2009 :: 2:14:15 to 2:15:35
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Dennis J. Kucinich

2:14:11 to 2:14:32( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: an agreement on how the funds should be used going in and we think that the measure we passed yesterday will act as a good guide for that. with that, mr. speaker, i would yield one minute to the distinguished gentleman from ohio, mr. kucinich. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. . cinich: i request permission to revise and extend and say that as one of the

Dennis J. Kucinich

2:14:15 to 2:15:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dennis J. Kucinich

Dennis J. Kucinich

2:14:33 to 2:14:55( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: individuals who from the beginning spoke against this whole idea of giving the banks money to bail themselves out, i think we have to look at where we are in this country. 50 billion given to banks with no strings attached, they can't really report how they ud the money although we will now require that of them.

Dennis J. Kucinich

2:14:56 to 2:15:16( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: but the next 50 billion would be given by the senate action, although we're cut out of this, leaves us in a position where we're still not addressing the central problem of keeping americans in their homes. this isn't the end of it, by the way. there are analysts on wall street that say the banks, because they're hiding their balance sheets that the banks

Dennis J. Kucinich

2:15:17 to 2:15:35( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: are going to come back for another trillion behind the 00 billion. there's a massive transfer of wealth going on, taking money out of the pockets of the american people and putting it into these banks. this has to stop. we have to stop -- help people save their hopes, get america back to work, rebuild the

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