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House Proceeding 03-19-10 on Mar 19th, 2010 :: 3:00:30 to 3:03:00
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Robert E. Andrews

3:00:26 to 3:00:49( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: competitors. we are giving that advantage to our competitors because our health care system is so expensive anconsumes so much of our economy and leaves us not at the top of the heap, but at the bottom. mr. andrews: that is the one accurate thing the gentleman said, expert on the economy.

Robert E. Andrews

3:00:30 to 3:03:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Robert E. Andrews

Robert E. Andrews

3:00:50 to 3:01:10( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: the economy is in horible shape. worst economy i think in my life. and the number one issue is not health care but the economy. but it's important to understand how this plays into jobs and the economy. businesses can't create jobs as their premiums skyrocket. as an employer pays more and

Robert E. Andrews

3:01:11 to 3:01:32( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: more and more in health care, what he or she has to do is either hire fewer people or offer narrower health benefits. auto manufacturers tell us that the price costs more than the price of steel that goes into the car. a young entrepreneur starting a

Robert E. Andrews

3:01:33 to 3:01:54( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: software company is likely to either nt make it at al or crash and burn from the binge because of these costs. one of the ways to help businesses create more jobs -- and by the way, an independent estimate shows over time the savings will create four million jobs in the united states and i

Robert E. Andrews

3:01:55 to 3:02:16( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: just say one thing. that our opponents do have a track record -- because i hear their rhetoric that they say, well, the taxes that are required on families making more than $250,000, it's about 55% spending cuts, 45% new revenues

Robert E. Andrews

3:02:17 to 3:02:37( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: to pay for this, but those taxes will have a catastrophic effect on new jobs. we will hear that this weekend. i want to read you a statement not about this pan but about another plan 17 years ago. here'sthe quote. it is a recipe for disaster. its not a recipe for more jobs.

Robert E. Andrews

3:02:38 to 3:02:59( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: taxes will go up. the economy wil putter along. dreams will be put off and all this for the hollow promise of deficit reduction of lower interest rates. the plan was the clinton economic plan in 193. the speaker was former majority

Robert E. Andrews

3:03:00 to 3:03:02( Edit History Discussion )

Robert E. Andrews: leader dick armey.

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