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House Proceeding 03-16-10 on Mar 16th, 2010 :: 0:19:50 to 0:21:00
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Jason Altmire

0:19:46 to 0:20:07( Edit History Discussion )

Jason Altmire: and the democrats wouldn't even let me offer those amendments on the house floor again. stop this. let's do it right. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from philadelphia rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minu. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman isecognized. mr. altmire: madam speaker, i continue to hear my friends on the other side of the aisle

Jason Altmire

0:19:50 to 0:21:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jason Altmire

Jason Altmire

0:20:08 to 0:20:29( Edit History Discussion )

Jason Altmire: refer to the stimulus bill as a failed policy. apparently in the believe that if you say it over and over again it will be true. but it's not true. not by a long shot. last year at this time the stock market was at 6500 and today it's at 10,600. one year ago during the first quarter of 2009, g.d.p. came in

Jason Altmire

0:20:30 to 0:20:52( Edit History Discussion )

Jason Altmire: at a staggering 6% decline, but in the last quarter of 2009 it rose almost 6%. and monthly job losses while not where we want them to be are literally 20 times better than they were a year ago today. some may say this would have happened anyway and that the stimulus had nothing to do with it, but i would ask my colleagues, madam speaker, to

Jason Altmire

0:20:53 to 0:21:01( Edit History Discussion )

Jason Altmire: consider that would be quite a coincidence, don't you think, for all those economic indicators to begin such a dramatic turnaround at

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