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House Proceeding 03-11-08 on Mar 11th, 2008 :: 2:17:14 to 2:21:22
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Ellen O. Tauscher

2:15:45 to 2:17:14( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ellen O. Tauscher

Ellen O. Tauscher

2:17:04 to 2:17:14( Edit History Discussion )

Ellen O. Tauscher: the gentleman from new york rise? mr. crowley: madam speaker, i move to suspend the rules and agree to resolution h. con. res. 290, as amended. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title

Joseph Crowley

2:17:14 to 2:17:25( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: of the concurrent resolution. the clerk: house concurrent resolution 290, concurrent resolution commemorate ing the 175th anniversary of the special relationship between the united states and the kingdom

Joseph Crowley

2:17:14 to 2:21:22( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joseph Crowley

Joseph Crowley

2:17:25 to 2:17:34( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: of thailand. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to rule, the gentleman from new york, mr. crowley, and the a gentleman from illinois, mr. mr. manz ullo, each will control il 20 minutes. the chair recognizes

Joseph Crowley

2:17:34 to 2:17:44( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: the gentleman from new york. mr. crowley: madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days within which to revise and extend their remarks and include any extraneous materials

Joseph Crowley

2:17:44 to 2:17:53( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: on the resolution under consideration. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. crowley: madam saker, i rise in strong support of this resolution and yield myself as much time as i may consume.

Joseph Crowley

2:17:53 to 2:18:02( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from new york is recognized. mr. crowley: madam speaker, as the lead democratic sponsor of this legislation, i want to thank my friend and distinguished colleague

Joseph Crowley

2:18:02 to 2:18:16( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: from illinois, the ranking member of the subcommittee on asia and pacific and global environment, mr. manzullo, for introducing this resolution before us today. in 1833, two years before the publication

Joseph Crowley

2:18:16 to 2:18:31( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: of alexis de cqueville's "democracy in america" and three years before the battle of the alamo, the united states and the kingdom of thailand signed the treaty ofne amity and commerce, making the

Joseph Crowley

2:18:31 to 2:18:49( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: king of thailand the united states' first treaty ally in the asia-pacific region. now, 175 years later, thailand remains our oldest asia-pacific ally. during this time, the relationship between our two t countries

Joseph Crowley

2:18:49 to 2:19:07( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: has strengthened as it has changed with the times. and the friendship between our two peoples has grown deep and enduring. our military partnership which began when king monkutt offered combat help during

Joseph Crowley

2:19:07 to 2:19:27( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: the civil war is now one of the close est in asia. thailand soldiers fought alongside u.s. soldiers during world war i, the green war. today it is one of only a hand handful of asian allies and is a

Joseph Crowley

2:19:27 to 2:19:41( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: crucial partner in combating international terrorism. it is also the host country of u.s. pacific commands and multinational military training exercises. our economic relationship is robust with bilateral

Joseph Crowley

2:19:41 to 2:20:02( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: trade topping $30 billion annually. on the political front, traditionally, thailand has been an anchor of stability and democracy in the volatile region of southeast asia. while it has been tested repeat repeatedly

Joseph Crowley

2:20:02 to 2:20:20( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: by its own political upheavals, the ty thy people have -- thai people have been committed to democracy. thailand's recent election only ended the government which had come to power in 2006. we all

Joseph Crowley

2:20:20 to 2:20:42( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: hope and believe thailand can move beyond the differences which led to the coups and return to its position as a democratic leader in southeast asia. no one epitomize ed the spirit of the thai people

Joseph Crowley

2:20:42 to 2:20:52( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: more than their beloved king, his majesty. on december 5, 2006, the king turned 80 years old. we, in congress, join the thai people in celebrate ing this landmark birthday and wishing the king a continue

Joseph Crowley

2:20:52 to 2:21:03( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: ed long life. this resolution commemorates the 175th anniversary of the special relationship between the united states and thailand andla congratulates thailand on a continuous commitment to democracy

Joseph Crowley

2:21:03 to 2:21:12( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: by holding national elections and returning to a civilian-led government. i strongly support this resolution and encourage my e colleagues to do the same. and with that, madam speaker, i reserve the balancree

Joseph Crowley

2:21:12 to 2:21:22( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Crowley: of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from new york reserves his time. the gentleman from illinois. mr. manzullo: madam spmaeaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker

Donald A. Manzullo

2:21:22 to 2:21:37( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: pro tempore: the gentleman' s recognized. mr. manzullo: i rise today to recognize the 175th anniversary of the strong and enduring relationship between the people of the united states and the people of thailand.

Donald A. Manzullo

2:21:22 to 2:23:56( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Donald A. Manzullo

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