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House Proceeding 04-02-09 on Apr 2nd, 2009 :: 0:07:45 to 0:09:20
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Lamar S. Smith

0:07:41 to 0:08:02( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar S. Smith: state, bob, we are always in your debt for your tremendous contributions to our community. thank you, madam speaker. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from texas rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute and revise and extend my remarks.

Lamar S. Smith

0:07:45 to 0:09:20( Edit History Discussion )
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Lamar S. Smith

0:08:03 to 0:08:23( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar S. Smith: the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the request is granted. >> in a recent op-ed, radio host larry elder wondered ho the media reporting would be different if the -- if a republican were president. of a potential republican president, elder wrote, imagine if his secretary of the

Lamar S. Smith

0:08:24 to 0:08:45( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar S. Smith: treasury had not been paying taxes he granted two dozen waivers to his no lobbyists in government rule, and got only three votes for bipartisanship. or if he tripled the deficit and intendedithin a short period to double theational debt. elder's point is clear.

Lamar S. Smith

0:08:46 to 0:09:06( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar S. Smith: the national media's double standard has met a free -- has meant a free pass for president obama and the democrats' budget the american people should insist on fair news coverage without regard to political party. >> m loud in here, the house is not

Lamar S. Smith

0:09:07 to 0:09:20( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar S. Smith: in order. the speaker pro tempore: the house will be in order. for what gentleman from louisiana rise?

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