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House Proceeding on Feb 14th, 2007 :: 0:26:16 to 0:27:37
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Ted Poe

0:25:06 to 0:26:16( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ted Poe

Ted Poe

0:26:06 to 0:26:16( Edit History Discussion )

Ted Poe: tempore: without objection. mr. schiff: mr. speaker, the announcement in beijing yesterday that the government of north korea has agreed to abandon its nuclear weapons program is a positive step and

Adam B. Schiff

0:26:16 to 0:26:30( Edit History Discussion )

Adam B. Schiff: i applaud the efforts of assistant secretary of state christopher hill, as well as the efforts of our negotiating partners, japan, south korea, russia, and china. obviously much work remains to

Adam B. Schiff

0:26:16 to 0:27:37( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Adam B. Schiff

Adam B. Schiff

0:26:30 to 0:26:45( Edit History Discussion )

Adam B. Schiff: be done. to ensure that north korea follows through on its pledge to halt plutonium production at pyongyang and allow the return of international inspectors as well as to resolve other outstanding

Adam B. Schiff

0:26:45 to 0:26:56( Edit History Discussion )

Adam B. Schiff: issues, most notably the need for complete declaration from pyongyang of all its nuclear activities and the final disposition of north korea's existing nuclear program. as past agreements with the

Adam B. Schiff

0:26:56 to 0:27:09( Edit History Discussion )

Adam B. Schiff: regime of kim jong il, this agreement could collapse at any time. there is now, however, rare optimism that a significant ratcheting down of tensions with the north is possible. the agreement should

Adam B. Schiff

0:27:09 to 0:27:19( Edit History Discussion )

Adam B. Schiff: serve to remind those in the administration who seek confrontation as the only way to convince iran to abandon its nuclear program that diplomacy can be effective even if it is often immensely

Adam B. Schiff

0:27:19 to 0:27:26( Edit History Discussion )

Adam B. Schiff: frustrating. i hope that the president and secretary of state will use this breakthrough with north korea to reinvigorate diplomatic efforts to prevent iran from developing nuclear weapons. mr.

Adam B. Schiff

0:27:26 to 0:27:37( Edit History Discussion )

Adam B. Schiff: speaker, i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from michigan rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute.

Peter Hoekstra

0:27:37 to 0:27:53( Edit History Discussion )

Peter Hoekstra: the speaker pro tempore: without objection. >> thank you. mr. speaker, let me give you four reasons why i think the resolution we debate today is a bad resolution. number one, it is nonbinding.

Peter Hoekstra

0:27:37 to 0:29:23( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Peter Hoekstra

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