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House Proceeding on Feb 15th, 2007 :: 0:03:31 to 0:05:43
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Stevan Pearce

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Speech By: Stevan Pearce

Stevan Pearce

0:03:15 to 0:03:31( Edit History Discussion )

Stevan Pearce: -- i think we have so many forces in iraq, as a percentage of our -- of our total forces, that we're stretched thin all over the world. and i don't think we should be planning at all long-term

Gregory W. Meeks

0:03:31 to 0:03:44( Edit History Discussion )

Gregory W. Meeks: to have this level of forces. we have relationships all every the persian gulf, with other states there, whether it's for, you know, bases and sometimes exercises and sometimes small, long-term

Gregory W. Meeks

0:03:31 to 0:05:43( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Gregory W. Meeks

Gregory W. Meeks

0:03:44 to 0:03:54( Edit History Discussion )

Gregory W. Meeks: presence. so, i don't think you rule any of those things out. i think the rule key is, eam key is to focus on national interests. we have to make sure it's not a place where al qaeda can thrive.

Gregory W. Meeks

0:03:54 to 0:04:14( Edit History Discussion )

Gregory W. Meeks: those are actually pretty narrow interests and don't have to do with, you know, destroying restoring electricity for the iraqis or quelling all sectarian violence, which i think is beyond our

Gregory W. Meeks

0:04:14 to 0:04:38( Edit History Discussion )

Gregory W. Meeks: grasp. >> host: thank you for joining us. we appreciate it. >> guest: thank you. >> host: now live coverage from the house as they continue their debate on the iraq resolution. [captioning made

Gregory W. Meeks

0:04:38 to 0:04:57( Edit History Discussion )

Gregory W. Meeks: possible by the national captioning institute, inc., in cooperation with the united states house of representatives. any use of the closed-captioned coverage of the house proceedings for political

Gregory W. Meeks

0:04:57 to 0:05:11( Edit History Discussion )

Gregory W. Meeks: or commercial purposes is expressly prohibited by the u.s. house of representatives.] the speaker: the house will be in order. the prayer will be offered by the chaplain. chaplin coughlin:

Gregory W. Meeks

0:05:11 to 0:05:26( Edit History Discussion )

Gregory W. Meeks: god ever mindful of those who place their trust in you, you pless our comings and our -- you bless our comings and our goings because you are god with us and guide every step of the day.

Gregory W. Meeks

0:05:26 to 0:05:43( Edit History Discussion )

Gregory W. Meeks: today we ask your blessing upon lorraine miller and dan beard as they enter this chamber to be sworn in as officers of the house of representatives. may they faithfully fulfill the duties

Lloyd Doggett

0:05:43 to 0:05:58( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: that are about to be laid upon them. and serve this noble institution and its members with diligence, prudence, and right judgment. may they be welcomed with sincerity and gratitude. today, lord,

Lloyd Doggett

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Speech By: Lloyd Doggett

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