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House Proceeding 03-16-10 on Mar 16th, 2010 :: 3:25:00 to 3:26:20
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Michael R. Turner

3:24:56 to 3:25:19( Edit History Discussion )

Michael R. Turner: that they override any good the health care bill seeks to promote. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. mr. cao: i stand firmly in opposition. thank you, i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from ohio rise? >> to address the house for one minute, revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without

Michael R. Turner

3:25:00 to 3:26:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Michael R. Turner

Michael R. Turner

3:25:20 to 3:25:41( Edit History Discussion )

Michael R. Turner: objection. >> madam speaker, i am just a bill and i am sitting here on capitol hill waiting for a vote. apparently unless you're in nancy pelosi's house. unlike in schoolhouse rock, nancy pelosi says that this little guy doesn't need to wait around for a vote, he can be

Michael R. Turner

3:25:42 to 3:26:03( Edit History Discussion )

Michael R. Turner: deemed to be passed. now, this is a new one for my daughter jessica's high school government class. they can't derstand how speaker pelosi can deem a bill passed without a vote. there is no deeming a bill passed in schoolhouse rock or in the expectations of the american people. in today's "the washington post"

Michael R. Turner

3:26:04 to 3:26:20( Edit History Discussion )

Michael R. Turner: speaker pelosi tells us why she wants to deem the health care bill passed without a vote. she suggests that it's politically -- that it politically protects lawmakers who were reluctantly supporting the measure. however, the american pe??le are smart. they know that for this bill to become law it takes a vote.

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