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House Proceeding 03-16-10 on Mar 16th, 2010 :: 1:58:40 to 2:00:00
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Alcee L. Hastings

1:58:36 to 1:58:58( Edit History Discussion )

Alcee L. Hastings: work for you have to actually cast our votes first so you can find out whether youhould vote for us in november. this is an insult and a shame. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from florida rise? >> to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. . hastings: madam speaker, following me will probably be as many as 40 or more of my colleagues on the other side,

Alcee L. Hastings

1:58:40 to 2:00:00( Edit History Discussion )
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Alcee L. Hastings

1:58:59 to 1:59:20( Edit History Discussion )

Alcee L. Hastings: many of them like ramming and the american people. i don't know what part of discussing a matter for the greater portion of the last 14 months that people do not understand. i also get a little tired of hearing my colleagues talk about socialism. and i would ask the american

Alcee L. Hastings

1:59:21 to 1:59:42( Edit History Discussion )

Alcee L. Hastings: people if socialism, as you understand it, is so bad when government acts then perhaps it is that some of my colleagues woul eliminate medicare. let's eliminate medicaid. let's eliminate the socia securi let's eliminate the center for disease control. let's eliminate the national

Alcee L. Hastings

1:59:43 to 2:00:00( Edit History Discussion )

Alcee L. Hastings: institute of health, all of these are government-run programs. in the greatest country in the world. it is morally wrong for millio of our fellow americans to not have affordable, portable health care.

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