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House Proceeding 04-15-10 on Apr 15th, 2010 :: 0:17:05 to 0:18:40
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Jerry Moran

0:17:02 to 0:17:22( Edit History Discussion )

Jerry Moran: stimulus has helped create jobs in america. what a terrible waste. with that, i yield three minutes to the distinguished gentleman from kansas. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for three minutes. mr. moran: today is april 15, tax day. across the country, citizens coerned with the direction of our nation are rallying

Jerry Moran

0:17:05 to 0:18:40( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jerry Moran

Jerry Moran

0:17:23 to 0:17:44( Edit History Discussion )

Jerry Moran: together to send washington, d.c. a message. though i was unable to join people at these rallies, it is my duty to be here in the house of representatives today to share their message and to speak and vote against this bill. first this bill is shortsighted because it increases the deficit by $18 billion a cost to be paid for by future generations.

Jerry Moran

0:17:45 to 0:18:06( Edit History Discussion )

Jerry Moran: this congress has spent and borrowed its way into record deficits. second, the so-called doc fix in this bill is an example of congress avoiding real solutions necessary to improve health care for americans. the short-term doc fix is hardly a fix when kansas hospitals and doctorsave to endure this wait and see game every few months while still

Jerry Moran

0:18:07 to 0:18:28( Edit History Discussion )

Jerry Moran: working to care for folks and keep their doors open. we need a permanent solution to this ongoing problem so that doctors can regain a sense of stability and predictability in their practices. thirdly, despite its intention this bill does little to address our country's persistent high unemployment rate. rather than continuing to spend money we do not have, congress

Jerry Moran

0:18:29 to 0:18:40( Edit History Discussion )

Jerry Moran: needs to pursue a strategy of job creation. this legislation is yet another unfortunate example of business as usual in our nation's capital. same old story from a congress that needs to learn its lessons

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