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House Proceeding 02-02-10 on Feb 3rd, 2010 :: 1:26:55 to 1:29:00
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Phil Gingrey

1:26:55 to 1:29:00( Edit History Discussion )
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Phil Gingrey

1:27:12 to 1:27:33( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: speaker, i'm listening -- listening to my colleague from texas describe this bill, fort hood families benefit protection act, h.r. 4088, i would think that you ought to get 434 votes, if not 435 in the house of

Phil Gingrey

1:27:34 to 1:27:55( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: representatives, and 100 in the senate, judge, is my opinion, because that islamic extremist, and as you say, camouflaged in an army uniform, with officer's insignia on that uniform, is

Phil Gingrey

1:27:56 to 1:28:17( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: every bit of an islamic extremist as those characters in afghanistan, in iraq who aided and abetted i think by iran in many instances that make those improvised explosive devices, that put them in the ground, that detonate them cowardly in a row mote fashion and blow our

Phil Gingrey

1:28:18 to 1:28:40( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: young men and women to smith recented and i've had over 30 from my congressional district the 11th of georgia, pay the last full measure and that's what these 14 that were killed and 43 -- the number is -- or whatever thnumber is in fort hood, same thing, exact same thing. and so, judge carter, mr.

Phil Gingrey

1:28:41 to 1:29:02( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: speaker, i comment him, i think he's absolutely right, they should have a status to ensure full benefits and eligibility for the purple heart and a civilian equivalent award for those who were civilians. they were killed not by just some ordinary nut, they were killed by an islamic extremist in the same fashion that our men and women are being killed in

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