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House Proceeding on Feb 14th, 2007 :: 6:40:12 to 6:42:22
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Nathan Deal

6:36:52 to 6:40:12( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Nathan Deal

Nathan Deal

6:39:59 to 6:40:12( Edit History Discussion )

Nathan Deal: who has been to war up close, i know war is a grim business. i remember the words of a marine soldier julian smith speaking of a battle in world war ii. we were losing until we won. mr.

John Lewis

6:40:12 to 6:40:25( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: speaker, mr. wood has a number of other examples here and that's the reason i ask for it to be incertificated into the record. and i urge my colleagues and i urge my sole etion on the other

John Lewis

6:40:12 to 6:42:22( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Lewis

John Lewis

6:40:25 to 6:40:39( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: side, if we're not going to cut funding from this war, then bring up congressman sam johnson's amendment that says we will neither cut nor restrict funding for this war. i ask my colleagues to stand

John Lewis

6:40:39 to 6:40:53( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: for chief warrant officer yocomb and others who want to see the mission completed and vote against this resolution. it can only do harm to our troops and bring aid and comfort to the

John Lewis

6:40:53 to 6:41:03( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: terrorists. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: gentleman yields back. the gentleman from missouri. mr. skelton: i yield five minutes to my colleague, the gentleman from georgia, mr. johnson.

John Lewis

6:41:03 to 6:41:15( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from georgia is recognized for five minutes. mr. johnson: thank you, mr. speaker. before i begin my comments, it seements that our friends from across

John Lewis

6:41:15 to 6:41:25( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: the aisle have forgotten what the subject of this debate remains. i was under the impression that we were here to debate the resolution opposing the president's so-called surge plan. yet, i keep hearing

John Lewis

6:41:25 to 6:41:35( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: comment area that appears to be designed to district the american public from the real reason that we're gathered for a conversation on our future involvement in iraq. let it be known, mr. speaker,

John Lewis

6:41:35 to 6:41:47( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: mr. chairman, that when it comes time to vote, hank johnson will be voting in favor of house concurrent resolution 63. now help is on the way. those were the wise words of a former presidential

John Lewis

6:41:47 to 6:41:58( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: campaign seven years ago. yet here wer neck deep into the second term of the bush-cheney administration. and when one considers the current state of our military's readiness, our proud military's

John Lewis

6:41:58 to 6:42:11( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: readiness, one has to wonder where is the help. if this was the help that was promised us seven years ago, the current state of our readiness, i would be reluctant to see not helping our

John Lewis

6:42:11 to 6:42:22( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: fine military men and women means. i point out, i along with my colleagues in this distinguished body, do support our troops. but the issue at hand is whether unlike campaign promises of

Phil Gingrey

6:42:22 to 6:42:32( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: the past, we intend to back our rhetoric with action. we are engaged in a debate about committing more troops to what can only be described as an ill-conceived, poorly planned and misguided

Phil Gingrey

6:42:22 to 6:43:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Phil Gingrey

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