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House Proceeding on Feb 3rd, 2010 :: 0:28:35 to 0:30:00
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Harold Rogers

0:28:31 to 0:28:53( Edit History Discussion )

Harold Rogers: join us this week in supporting this proven tool for fiscal responsibility. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from kentucky rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one minute, the gentleman from

Harold Rogers

0:28:35 to 0:30:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Harold Rogers

Harold Rogers

0:28:54 to 0:29:15( Edit History Discussion )

Harold Rogers: kentucky. mr. rogers: we should be passing a budget that addresses those urgent needs. administration's department of homeland security budget ds not. in the midst of the mexican cartel drug war raging on our border, the administration cuts 181 border patrol agents. at a time when our coast fwards

Harold Rogers

0:29:16 to 0:29:37( Edit History Discussion )

Harold Rogers: are risking their lives in everyday places like iraq and haiti, this budget slashes active duty coast guard personnel by 1,100 people. and yet we see budget increases to fund d.h.s. bureaucrats in washington. not security boots on the ground. and perhaps the most troubling,

Harold Rogers

0:29:38 to 0:29:58( Edit History Discussion )

Harold Rogers: this budget devotes $200 million to try guantanamo bay terrorists on u.s. soil. these exosh tent expenditures are taking away critical needs of our d.h.s. programs. what we need is a budget that addresses our current security needs, not a budget that brings

Harold Rogers

0:29:59 to 0:30:00( Edit History Discussion )

Harold Rogers: terrorists to our soil and

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