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House Proceeding 04-27-09 on Apr 27th, 2009 :: 1:35:35 to 1:37:10
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John R. Carter

1:35:32 to 1:35:53( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: i want to thank the gentleman from texas for time and for his willingness to come down and bring this forth to the american people. thank you. mr. carter: thank you. those were wonderful comments. when you were talking about bipartisanship, i wanted to point out to you that you had it exactly right.

John R. Carter

1:35:35 to 1:37:10( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John R. Carter

John R. Carter

1:35:54 to 1:36:14( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: it seems bipartisanship means do what we say. the worst demonstration of wanting to be bipartisan occurred in february. when it was announced the 2010 census would be moved out of the department of commerce and into the white house.

John R. Carter

1:36:15 to 1:36:35( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: to politicize the counting of the american public. why would i worry about that. because we, members of congress, are the branching of this -- are the branch of this government represented -- representing the

John R. Carter

1:36:36 to 1:36:57( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: people. we divide the population of this country by a number that's expected to be somewhere around 800,000 to 850,000 people after the next census that dides how many congressmen and women we get from each state. this has always been tried to be -- been done byndependent people as nonpartisan as

John R. Carter

1:36:58 to 1:37:10( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: possible because the count matters. and to say you're moving it out of the dartment it's been into and into the white house there's

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