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House Proceeding 02-26-09 on Feb 26th, 2009 :: 0:07:05 to 0:08:20
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Steven C. LaTourette

0:07:01 to 0:07:23( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: i can say personally, mr. speaker, that i am a better person because of gay topper. th god bless you, gay. mr. hoyer: yield to >> i thank the gentleman for yielding. i want to add on our happier times, i know you won't

Steven C. LaTourette

0:07:05 to 0:08:20( Edit History Discussion )
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Steven C. LaTourette

0:07:24 to 0:07:47( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: agree with me shall leader, i adefine happyier times wn the republicans were in majority, a number of us had the opportunity to spend very long evans in the chairs as the speaker's representative during the appropriations process in particular. i know it will come as a surprise tmembers but when you have heard that 50th speech on the national endowment for the arts or 40th observation about

Steven C. LaTourette

0:07:48 to 0:08:08( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: whether or not -- you have some times in your hds and you get to know people and one of those people i professionalism is right. i tell mr. kildee, i found out she was a democrat after about 10 years of being up there. you get to know people. you get to know people and you also get to know the professionalism. a lot of us think on each side that somehow the chair is rigged up there.

Steven C. LaTourette

0:08:09 to 0:08:21( Edit History Discussion )

Steven C. LaTourette: it's not rigged. i can remember a debate one evening when -- i won't name the member -- said hey, i want you to give me a minute like you gave that republican. i turned to gay and said give the gentlelady the same minute you gave the republican.

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