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House Proceeding on Feb 14th, 2007 :: 7:36:22 to 7:38:03
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Roger F. Wicker

7:34:54 to 7:36:22( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Roger F. Wicker

Roger F. Wicker

7:36:06 to 7:36:22( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: and to provide for our common defense. my experience leads me to be concerned for u.s. security because of iraq. a tragic misadventure that does not permit us to address more important security challenges

Ed Whitfield

7:36:22 to 7:36:35( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: throughout this world. my speeshes also says don't double down on a bad military bet by using more troops as the president has proposed, when an increase has not worked before. have confidence

Ed Whitfield

7:36:22 to 7:38:03( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ed Whitfield

Ed Whitfield

7:36:35 to 7:36:49( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: in our diplomatic ability to lead regional norblingses for stability, even with syria and iran. and set a date for redeploying out of iraq this year to have the iraqis accept the reality

Ed Whitfield

7:36:49 to 7:37:03( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: of the personal consequence of not assuming responsibility for their nation. what concerns me about iraq is the continuing use of our national treasure, in what is an inconclusive, open-ended

Ed Whitfield

7:37:03 to 7:37:17( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: involvement, and where the tradeoffs and benefits of not focusing elsewhere is harming our future prosperity, interest and values. we need to apply our resources elsewhere in the world, where

Ed Whitfield

7:37:17 to 7:37:34( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: terrorists come from, including osama bin laden who is still on the loose, and where emerging nations, such as in the western pacific, have growing political and economical interest and therefore

Ed Whitfield

7:37:34 to 7:37:49( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: influence that may challenge ours. an alternative strategy is just what is needed, because remaining in iraq means less security and a greater risk for america. it impacts the readiness of our

Ed Whitfield

7:37:49 to 7:38:03( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: armed forces and hinders our ability to adequately focus on other security priorities. here at home and throughout the world. including the global war on terror and regional challenges from

John R. Carter

7:38:03 to 7:38:18( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: afghanistan, north korea and iran, to the western pacific and middle east regions. the fact is we have fostered a culture of dependence in iraq and it's time for iraqi leaders to be responsible

John R. Carter

7:38:03 to 7:39:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John R. Carter

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