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House Proceeding on Feb 15th, 2007 :: 0:55:38 to 0:59:02
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Sam Johnson

0:55:23 to 0:55:38( Edit History Discussion )

Sam Johnson: to taunt us. they constantly blared anti-american messages from back home over to loud speakers. the enemy knows any anti-american muriqui can be used as a weapon. the same hold trues today. the

Douglas Lamborn

0:55:38 to 0:55:57( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: enemy wants our men and women in uniform to think that their congress doesn't care about them, that they're going to cut the funding and abandon them and their mission. they want congress

Douglas Lamborn

0:55:38 to 0:59:02( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Douglas Lamborn

Douglas Lamborn

0:55:57 to 0:56:13( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: to cave to the wishes of those who advocate a cut-and-run attitude and we should not allow that to happen. we must learn from our mistakes. we cannot leave a job undone like we left in korea,

Douglas Lamborn

0:56:13 to 0:56:30( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: like we left in vietnam, like we left in somalia. osama bin laden said that in somalia the united states pled out trail -- pulled out trailing disappointment, defeat and failure behind

Douglas Lamborn

0:56:30 to 0:56:44( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: it. we didn't blink an eye when the radicals bombed the khobar towers in saudi arabia killing 20 and injuring 372 or after the kenya embassy bombings that killed 213 people and injured

Douglas Lamborn

0:56:44 to 0:57:02( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: 5,000. or that same day a tanzanian bombing. the u.s.s. cole bombing killed 17 and injured 39. we all know how they tried to bring down the world trade towers and didn't stop until they completed

Douglas Lamborn

0:57:02 to 0:57:22( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: the job september 11. all of these dreages of terrorism -- all of these tragedies of terrorism happened without a united states response. we can't waiver in our fight for freedom. we cannot

Douglas Lamborn

0:57:22 to 0:57:39( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: abandon the bedrock of democracy. they are the brave and selfless men and women of our united states armed forces. we will stand up with them. we must stand up with them. and i will stand up

Douglas Lamborn

0:57:39 to 0:57:53( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: with them in congress because they stand up for our freedom every minute of every day. they are the reason we call america the land of the free and the home of the brave. and i salute them.

Douglas Lamborn

0:57:53 to 0:58:13( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: now today i have the distinct privilege of managing time during this debate, each person joining me is a shining example of duty, honor and country. i norfolks across america will learn a lot

Douglas Lamborn

0:58:13 to 0:58:28( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: from hearing about their story -- i know folks across america will learn a lot from hearing about their story and learning freedom is not free. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the

Douglas Lamborn

0:58:28 to 0:58:46( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from new york. mr. meeks: it is my pleesh to yield five minutes to the chair of the subcommittee on intelligence, the gentlelady from california,

Douglas Lamborn

0:58:46 to 0:59:02( Edit History Discussion )

Douglas Lamborn: the honorable jane harman. ms. harman: i thank the speaker and i thank the gentleman for yielding and commend our leadership for organizing this very thoughtful and sober three-day debate

Gary L. Ackerman

0:59:02 to 0:59:19( Edit History Discussion )

Gary L. Ackerman: of a very serious issue. mr. speaker, as co-chair of the blue dog ur national security working group i rise to oppose the surge and support strategies including those outlined in h.res. 97

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