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House Proceeding on Feb 14th, 2007 :: 3:20:11 to 3:24:20
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Pete Sessions

3:14:27 to 3:20:11( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Pete Sessions

Pete Sessions

3:19:51 to 3:20:11( Edit History Discussion )

Pete Sessions: another fight to our military men and women to their agenda every day. they want them to have to fight the battle of public opinion. here in the unite. -- here in the united states. i see that as

Steven C. LaTourette

3:20:11 to 3:20:20( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: a disservice to the men and women in uniform. this legislative body does a have a role in oversight of the war but i do believe, i personaly believe it is inappropriate, mr. speaker, that we

Steven C. LaTourette

3:20:11 to 3:24:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Steven C. LaTourette

Steven C. LaTourette

3:20:20 to 3:20:32( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: try to micromanage from the comforts of washington. i do believe we should be listening to our troops and commanders in the field. general david petraeus who has taken the command, accepted the

Steven C. LaTourette

3:20:32 to 3:20:49( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: coalition flag this saturday. i will enter his comments for the record. may i have another minute, please. mr. hoekstra: i yield an additional minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman

Steven C. LaTourette

3:20:49 to 3:21:05( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: is recognized for one minute. he reminds us that progress is being made and lays that out. i will enter that for the record and have the opportunity to talk about it again later. i think

Steven C. LaTourette

3:21:05 to 3:21:18( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: that wheawha we have to do is realize the resolution before us, mr. speaker, will not build morale with the troops on the ground. and it does give the terrorists just what they want. we have to

Steven C. LaTourette

3:21:18 to 3:21:35( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: fight back, we have to realize sacrifices do have to be made in order for us to further the cause of freedom and liberty in this great land. thank you, mr. speaker, i yield back. the speaker

Steven C. LaTourette

3:21:35 to 3:21:51( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: pro tempore: the gentlewoman yields back. the gentleman from north carolina. mr. jones: mr. speaker, may i ask how much time we have. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from north carolina

Steven C. LaTourette

3:21:51 to 3:22:08( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: has 25 3/4 minutes. mr. jones: this resolution 63 is first to thank the troops for their service and we all support them. the second part of the resolution is to oppose the surge. i quote

Steven C. LaTourette

3:22:08 to 3:22:29( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: a great military general colin powell, i am not persuaded another surge of troops into baghdad for the purpose of promoting this civil war will work. he is a opposed to the surge. that is colin

Steven C. LaTourette

3:22:29 to 3:22:44( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: powell. i yield to the gentleman from texas, mr. paul, six minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for six minutes. mr. paul: i thank the gentleman for yielding.

Steven C. LaTourette

3:22:44 to 3:23:02( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: i ask the speaker for unanimous consent to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. paul: i rise in support of the resolution and opposition of the escalation in

Steven C. LaTourette

3:23:02 to 3:23:22( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: iraq. i want to thank the gentleman from north carolina for his very determined and principled effort to end this ill-advised and dangerous war and i am very pleased he brought together a

Steven C. LaTourette

3:23:22 to 3:23:44( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: group of members today who are representing the traditional conservative position on war and peace and i deeply appreciate that. mr. speaker, this grand debate is welcomed, but it could

Steven C. LaTourette

3:23:44 to 3:24:00( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: be this is nothing more than a distraction from the dangerous military confrontation approaching with iran which is supported by many in leadership on both sides of the aisle. this resolution,

Steven C. LaTourette

3:24:00 to 3:24:20( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: unfortunately, does not address the disaster in iraq. instead, it appears to oppose the war while at the same time offering no change of the status quo in iraq. as such, it is not actually

John B. Shadegg

3:24:20 to 3:24:42( Edit History Discussion )

John B. Shadegg: a vote against a troop surge. a real vote against a troop surge is a vote against the coming supplemental appropriation which finances it. i hope all my colleagues who vote against this

John B. Shadegg

3:24:20 to 3:29:26( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John B. Shadegg

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