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House Proceeding on Apr 15th, 2010 :: 1:28:40 to 1:32:25
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Jay Inslee

1:28:36 to 1:28:56( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: to have? thank you, mr. speaker. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentledy reserves. maine. ms. pingree: thank you, mr. speaker. i yield three minutes to the gentleman from washington, mr. inslee. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from washington is recognized for three minutes. mr. inslee: thank you, mr. speaker. this discussion has gotten a little away from this bill about trying to preserve american

Jay Inslee

1:28:40 to 1:32:25( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jay Inslee

Jay Inslee

1:28:57 to 1:29:18( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: estuaries so americans can go fishing with their kids. it's kind of gone a little far away from estuies. i do note that some of my constituents painful as it is to pay our taxes, some of my constituents don't think is a bad idea to go fishing with their kids and keep estuaries healthy. that's a legimate purpose. this bill will help along the way.

Jay Inslee

1:29:19 to 1:29:41( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: but my republican colleague from north carolina has tried to turn estuaries into the discussion about taxes because it is april 15. i think it's appropriate to address a couple of facts about tha issue. i thought i might inject a couple facts into this discussion.

Jay Inslee

1:29:42 to 1:30:02( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: . sides of the aisle on what reality is, i thought i might turn to femaleo that might have an interesting viewpoint about this. his name is bruce bartlett, he's the former domestic policy advisor under president ronald

Jay Inslee

1:30:03 to 1:30:25( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: reagan and economist under president george h.w. bush. here's what that former reagan and bush official said, andy friend from north carolina might be interested in this under a former staffer under the president. he said, quote, federal tes are considerably lower from

Jay Inslee

1:30:26 to 1:30:46( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: every level since obama became president. according to the j.c.t., the joint committee on taxes, the $787 billion stimulus bill enacted with no republican support, reduced federal taxes by almost $100 billion in 2009 and another $222 billion this year, closed quote.

Jay Inslee

1:30:47 to 1:31:09( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: now, that is not some democrat member of congress saying it. this is the official under ronald reagan and president h.w. bush. now, what does that mean in the state of north carolina? my colleague from north carolina has been down there suggesting that there's been a horrendous event on taxes.

Jay Inslee

1:31:10 to 1:31:30( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: let's look what the citizens for tax justice say the results of these tax cuts under president obama are because i want people to make sure they know what it means in the real world. according for citizens for tax justice, in the ate of north carolina, the state that my colleague is now attacking the

Jay Inslee

1:31:31 to 1:31:53( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: president from, the lowest is 20% of her fellow citizens in north carolina have received average tax cuts -- average tax cuts of $612. that's an average. the next 20% average tax cuts of $792. the next 20% average tax cuts of $646.

Jay Inslee

1:31:54 to 1:32:14( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: the fourth 20% average tax cuts of $7 is 1. and the next 15% -- i ask for 30 more seconds? ms. pingree: i yield 30 seconds. mr. inslee: the next 1%, $3,019. in fact, my colleague, who is today on a bill about

Jay Inslee

1:32:15 to 1:32:25( Edit History Discussion )

Jay Inslee: estuaries, trying to fan april 15 into a jihad against supporting uncle sam, every single one of the places you represent have had their tax

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