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House Proceeding 02-26-10 on Feb 26th, 2010 :: 1:23:05 to 1:25:30
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Phil Gingrey

1:23:01 to 1:23:22( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: many. the tablets, many em from mr. gingrey: i gentleman for yielding and this declaration of health independence that representative king just so eloqu described and i love the form at. mr. speaker, when you look at those principles, t 10

Phil Gingrey

1:23:05 to 1:25:30( Edit History Discussion )
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Phil Gingrey

1:23:23 to 1:23:44( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: principles that representative king just described, these were and are promises that this democ13 majority, speaker pelosi, leader reid and over the last, really, two years now, he was saying that

Phil Gingrey

1:23:45 to 1:24:06( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: these things, as he was asking the american people to give him an opportunity to bring change you can believe in, as the next president, indeed he was successful in doing that. but many of these principles if not all of them, were promised by the president. i do't know what the to

Phil Gingrey

1:24:07 to 1:24:27( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: number of cigna tores, signatures on the declaration of health care independence that representative king has. i think it approaches 100. i'm not going to ask him specifically how many are republican versus how many are members of the democratic party and the house of representatives but golly, i would think that speaker pelosi would love to sign this declaration of health care

Phil Gingrey

1:24:28 to 1:24:49( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: independence. indeed, at the blair house, her summary remarks, she said that absolutely not one dime of money, taxpayer money was going to fund abortions. i don't know if she really believes that, mr. speaker. i guess the proof of the pudding will be whether or not

Phil Gingrey

1:24:50 to 1:25:10( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: she can get that contingent of people they greed with representative bart stupak and insisted that the house veerings of health care reform be amended such that there was absolutely a provision that would make sure that the hyde amendment was not violated,

Phil Gingrey

1:25:11 to 1:25:30( Edit History Discussion )

Phil Gingrey: that being that no public dollars would go toward the funding of abortion. so i just bring that point up and i would say to representative king, i'm sure he's going to continue to dry to get signatures, this ought to be bipartisan. maybe he's already done that. maybe, mr. speaker he can explain that to us.

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