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House Proceeding 05-20-09 on May 20th, 2009 :: 1:54:45 to 1:56:20
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John R. Carter

1:54:41 to 1:55:02( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: jobs. thank you very much, congressman shimkus. and we are joined by a very sober judge by the state of texas, my good friend, judge carter. welcome to our discussion. let's talk about these taxes. mr. carter: one of the things that congressman shimkus said is sobering.

John R. Carter

1:54:45 to 1:56:20( Edit History Discussion )
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John R. Carter

1:55:03 to 1:55:25( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: we'rsaying $5 a gallon for gasoline, with the increase being caused by this tax and trade scheme that's being sold to the congress as some kind of clean up the world project, we think that at least ought to raise the issue and slow down the process. and yet they say no. and let's see what's going to

John R. Carter

1:55:26 to 1:55:47( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: happen when it ge to be $5 a gallon. let's think in our recent past what happens when gasoline gets to $5 a gallon. of course, it's going to be the evil oil company's fault who have made deals with each other to fix prices and make them go up. and that's why when they said

John R. Carter

1:55:48 to 1:56:09( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: the electricity bills are going to go up and wjust said we wanted to say on the electricity bill, what caused this to go up? it happens to be our cap and tax program that caused it to go up. that's fair. the american people ought to know what caused the doubling of their electricity bill. and guess what they're going to

John R. Carter

1:56:10 to 1:56:21( Edit History Discussion )

John R. Carter: say? all the evil power companies have jacked the price up to bilk the poor consumer.

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