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House Proceeding 05-17-06 on May 18th, 2006 :: 1:02:20 to 1:03:30
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Mario Diaz-Balart

1:00:56 to 1:02:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Mario Diaz-Balart

Mario Diaz-Balart

1:02:04 to 1:02:20( Edit History Discussion )

Mario Diaz-Balart: the economy. by growing this economy we're staying on track to meet our goal of cutting the deficit in half by 2009. but to meet that goal we must be strong on controlling the federal appetite

Melvin L. Watt

1:02:20 to 1:02:41( Edit History Discussion )

Melvin L. Watt: for spending. every year since i took office we slowed the growth of discretionary spending that's not related to the military or homeland security. my last two budgets have actually cut this

Melvin L. Watt

1:02:20 to 1:03:30( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Melvin L. Watt

Melvin L. Watt

1:02:41 to 1:02:54( Edit History Discussion )

Melvin L. Watt: kind of spending. congress is now considering an emergency supplemental bill that can show the american people how to be fiscally sound with their money. i've set a clear limit on spending that will

Melvin L. Watt

1:02:54 to 1:03:06( Edit History Discussion )

Melvin L. Watt: be set with this legislation, and if this bill goes over the limit or includes wasteful spending i'll veto it. in the past 50 years, republicans and democrats have had many differences

Melvin L. Watt

1:03:06 to 1:03:17( Edit History Discussion )

Melvin L. Watt: but they've often been able to agree that the american people should keep more of their own money. presidents like john f. kennedy and ronald reagan proposed and cut tax by strong bipartisan

Melvin L. Watt

1:03:17 to 1:03:30( Edit History Discussion )

Melvin L. Watt: support, and in each case the economy prospered and grew. the tax cuts we passed in 2001 and 2003 have also helped the economy grow and prosper. opponents of these tax cuts were wrong when

John Campbell

1:03:30 to 1:03:42( Edit History Discussion )

John Campbell: they voted against them the first time. they've been wrong to oppose the extension of tax relief in the face of overwhelming evidence that the tax cuts have helped grow the economy and

John Campbell

1:03:30 to 1:07:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Campbell

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