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House Proceeding on Feb 14th, 2007 :: 7:42:21 to 7:43:54
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Steve Buyer

7:40:06 to 7:42:21( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Steve Buyer

Steve Buyer

7:42:06 to 7:42:21( Edit History Discussion )

Steve Buyer: yielding me this time. i guess this is a nonconflict of interest. i was not here on this floor when the original resolution to approve the use of force was made. therefore i took as my role

Tom Latham

7:42:21 to 7:42:35( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Latham: and responsibility when i came in here to make sure we did everything in our power to make sure that our policy objectives were indeed followed through and successful. you know, in the other chamber,

Tom Latham

7:42:21 to 7:43:54( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Latham

Tom Latham

7:42:35 to 7:42:46( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Latham: in the original house floor, there is a beautiful sculpture sitting up there which is a clock. it's made out of a chariot. the clock is actually the wheel. then there's the chariot. and

Tom Latham

7:42:46 to 7:42:59( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Latham: in that chariot is the muse of history with this tablet in handwriting down what we do on the people's floor the subject and our actions in history. perhaps it's good that that still stays out those

Tom Latham

7:42:59 to 7:43:13( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Latham: doors and down the hall a ways and is not here today, because when the muse of history records what we are doing today and yesterday and tomorrow and maybe friday, that history will be

Tom Latham

7:43:13 to 7:43:26( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Latham: contempted. there are some people who opposed this war from the beginning. they still oppose it now. and i give them credit for their commitment to consistency, although i don't necessarily

Tom Latham

7:43:26 to 7:43:40( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Latham: agree with it. some have criticized this resolution as simply being too weak a resolution. the resolution before us today is a nonbinding resolution. by definition it means it does nothing, it changes

Tom Latham

7:43:40 to 7:43:54( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Latham: nothing but allows us to make statements for media consumption and allows some of those to use force the ability to shake the force of that action. yesterday i had the opportunity to go

John Lewis

7:43:54 to 7:44:10( Edit History Discussion )

John Lewis: to baltimore and watch the play "wicked." the main character, they try to distance themselves by saying, you're thoughtless and shallow. fierro said, yes, i am a deep shallow. this resolution

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