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House Proceeding on May 7th, 2008 :: 0:06:54 to 0:08:22
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Nancy Boyda

0:05:06 to 0:06:54( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Nancy Boyda

Nancy Boyda

0:06:36 to 0:06:54( Edit History Discussion )

Nancy Boyda: charity in the topeka community -- in the community of topeka, excuse me, and beyond. pastor hishmeh, thank you so much for bringing that ripple effect right here to congress. the speaker: the chair will

Dennis J. Kucinich

0:06:54 to 0:07:10( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: entertain up to 10 further requests for one-minute speeches on each side of the aisle. for what purpose does the gentleman from ohio rise? >> i ask permission to address the house and revise and extend.

Dennis J. Kucinich

0:06:54 to 0:08:22( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dennis J. Kucinich

Dennis J. Kucinich

0:07:10 to 0:07:24( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: the speaker: without objection. mr. kucinich: $187.3 billion war funding request, in light of more than 4,000 u.s. troops who have died, tens of thousands injured, a million dead or more innocent

Dennis J. Kucinich

0:07:24 to 0:07:37( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: iraqis, across $2 -- a cost of $2 billion to to $3 billion, we're borrowing money from china to fight this war, we're ruining our economy and our moral standing in the world, we're ruining our children's

Dennis J. Kucinich

0:07:37 to 0:07:49( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: future and making the world more dangerous for a war base ed on lies. why do we keep funding it? support the troops by bringing them home. end the war. end the occupation. close the bas. bring

Dennis J. Kucinich

0:07:49 to 0:08:04( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: the troops home. t set in motion an international security peacekeeping process that can create the circumstance circumstances for our troops to come home. return, have a program of reconciliation and re reconstruction

Dennis J. Kucinich

0:08:04 to 0:08:15( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: in iraq. return all oil assets to iraqi control. end the war. stop funding it. vote no on the war appropriation appropriations. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman

Dennis J. Kucinich

0:08:15 to 0:08:22( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis J. Kucinich: from ohio. mr. chabot: i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. chabot: thank you. mr. speaker, last month, the president signed

Steve Chabot

0:08:22 to 0:08:36( Edit History Discussion )

Steve Chabot: into law the second chance act, authorize ing hundreds of millions of dollars to assist offenders transition back into our society. my concern is that this congress has done little or nothing to prevent

Steve Chabot

0:08:22 to 0:09:42( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Steve Chabot

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