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House Proceeding on Feb 4th, 2010 :: 2:12:50 to 2:14:10
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Pete Sessions

2:12:47 to 2:13:07( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: get these intolerable federal deficits back into control and preserve our children's future. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized. mr. sessions: thank you, madam speaker. once again hyperbole tt does not match the action. 32 of the 56 pages of this bill are exemptions to pay as you go.

Pete Sessions

2:12:50 to 2:14:10( Edit History Discussion )
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Pete Sessions

2:13:08 to 2:13:28( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: 32 of the 56 pages that our good friends are touting as the answer and the right way to do it. but most intriguing is, we've heard that the way to do it is the way it's being done here because it's open and honest. there's not even a vote on the debt limit itself executed in the rule so let's go and vote for pay-go and talk about how

Pete Sessions

2:13:29 to 2:13:50( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: responsible we are, oh, at the same time make sure we fund what we've done, $1.9 trillion. rules committee is pretty good up there, madam speaker, know how to hide things, now how -- know how to hide the facts of the case. the fact of the case are the american people know what's going on.

Pete Sessions

2:13:51 to 2:14:10( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: they k-n-o-w what's going on. over the last year i've heard from constituents also and they want a good economy and they want jobs. and the democratic majority is simply not stepping up to this. i'm going to encourage a no vote on the previous question and a no vote on the rule when it's our time to get that done just so our colleagues understand this.

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