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House Proceeding on Feb 14th, 2007 :: 11:15:29 to 11:17:40
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up in mosul. we need to have that framework understood. we are not questioning the integrity of the good general, general petraeus. it is the decision made by our president, who is the commander

Peter T. King

11:15:29 to 11:15:50( Edit History Discussion )

Peter T. King: in chief that we're debating about in this great debate we are having this evening. i want to yield five minutes to my good friend, the gentlelady from wisconsin, distinguished member of the financial

Peter T. King

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Speech By: Peter T. King

Peter T. King

11:15:50 to 11:16:04( Edit History Discussion )

Peter T. King: services committee the speaker pro tempore: gentlewoman is recognized for five minutes. >> i must acknowledge what a difficult situation we face in iraq and i respect the passionate debate on both

Peter T. King

11:16:04 to 11:16:18( Edit History Discussion )

Peter T. King: sides. and i must concede i don't have a cohesive comprehensive plan for fixing iraq and indeed the iraq study group has indicated that really no one can guarantee that any course of action

Peter T. King

11:16:18 to 11:16:33( Edit History Discussion )

Peter T. King: in iraq at this point will stop sectarian warfare, growing violence or slide towards chaos. our intelligence community recently found that the violence in iraq is now a self-sustaining sectarian

Peter T. King

11:16:33 to 11:16:49( Edit History Discussion )

Peter T. King: struggle. our military leaders have indicated that a prolonged occupation cannot prevent what already exists, little political accommodation, hardening sectarian divisions and a growing civil

Peter T. King

11:16:49 to 11:17:03( Edit History Discussion )

Peter T. King: war. it has been asked what the majority is for. well, i can tell you that i'm for standing down from these policies in iraq that have been driven and based prime mearl on fear and pride. fear

Peter T. King

11:17:03 to 11:17:15( Edit History Discussion )

Peter T. King: can be false evidence appearing real. and fear is one of the most destructive apolitic shons that can affect the human mind. and often as we have seen, sees aggression. of course one of the

Peter T. King

11:17:15 to 11:17:25( Edit History Discussion )

Peter T. King: seven deadly sins and obsessive belief in one's own abilities and often called the sin from which all others arise. fear can appear and make you see a false reality as the author said where

Peter T. King

11:17:25 to 11:17:40( Edit History Discussion )

Peter T. King: fear is present, wisdom cannot be. in 2003, america's fear of weapons of mass destruction, saddam hussein and al qaeda, bolstered arguments for going to war. fear outraced the facts. and four

Marsha Blackburn

11:17:40 to 11:17:51( Edit History Discussion )

Marsha Blackburn: years later, our troops find themselves in a civil war. today, this debate, this call for an escalation is led by fear. we hear the dire predictions about withdrawing from iraq. as we lead,

Marsha Blackburn

11:17:40 to 11:22:59( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Marsha Blackburn

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