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House Proceeding 03-15-07 on Mar 15th, 2007 :: 0:00:00 to 0:01:09
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Edward J. Markey

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Edward J. Markey: $300 billion worth of oil imports last year. we know that much of that money is spent on things that are completely adverse to the overall national security interests of the united states

Edward J. Markey

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Edward J. Markey

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Edward J. Markey: of america. even as we emit more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere that we would not be emitting if our fuel economy standard was much higher. so i saw you out here again like a preacher and

Edward J. Markey

0:00:28 to 0:00:40( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: i thought i would let you know that i'm out here in the congregation listening to you. i know there are many, many other people who are very much in debt to you for having the resolute commitment

Edward J. Markey

0:00:40 to 0:00:55( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: to getting this message into the minds of the american people. so i thank the gentleman for yielding. mr. bartlett: i thank the gentleman for his kind words. this is, in fact, the 25th time

Edward J. Markey

0:00:55 to 0:01:09( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: i've been here. when i came here, wow, it was the 14th, just about a year ago, i came here for the first time, march 14 last year, we were putting our charts together and we were trying to decide

Roscoe G. Bartlett

0:01:09 to 0:01:25( Edit History Discussion )

Roscoe G. Bartlett: what to call this phenomenon. were with going to call it to great roll overor peak oil. we had a long conversation in the office about what we should call it. we finally decided we'll call

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