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House Proceeding on Jan 22nd, 2009 :: 2:21:20 to 2:22:45
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Donald A. Manzullo

2:21:19 to 2:21:40( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: and with that, i yield two illinois. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from illinois is recognized for two minutes. mr. manzullo: thank you. mr. speaker, this issue can be boiled down to orders. we need to help businesses create orders and make sales.

Donald A. Manzullo

2:21:20 to 2:22:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Donald A. Manzullo

Donald A. Manzullo

2:21:41 to 2:22:01( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: currently all sectors of our society of the economy face oversupply. the place to start moving products is by offering substantial tax credits or vouchers for the purchase of part of automobiles and harms -- homes. that is one simple consumer-driven trickle-up theory that if deep enough can

Donald A. Manzullo

2:22:02 to 2:22:22( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: jump start the economy without continuing to spend trillions of dollars on blank check solutions. unfortunately, most of the plans submitted deal with bailing out people's mtakes and using taxpayers' dollars to buy up bad loans. that's called trickle-down economics. people also talk about creating new jobs, but don't understand

Donald A. Manzullo

2:22:23 to 2:22:44( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: there are plenty of jobs already in existence that people just need -- existence that people just need orders to go back to work. here is something, that 5 billion is considerably less expensive for taxpayers than current proposals and will restore our economy immediately. first in 2007, 17 million new cars were sold in america.

Donald A. Manzullo

2:22:45 to 2:22:47( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: a year later, 10 million.

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