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House Proceeding 05-25-06 on May 25th, 2006 :: 1:06:32 to 1:09:42
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Rick Renzi

1:06:17 to 1:06:32( Edit History Discussion )

Rick Renzi: a small part. why don't you mine the rest of alaska, all the other parts of the northern slope and the rest of alaska? we are depleting our savings account. we have only 2.7% of the

Edward J. Markey

1:06:32 to 1:06:44( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: world's oil reserves. we need to say no to mining of anwr, yes to exploring other areas, yes to other forms of energy, renewable energy, yes to conservation, increase the mileage standards of

Edward J. Markey

1:06:32 to 1:09:42( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Edward J. Markey

Edward J. Markey

1:06:44 to 1:06:57( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: s.u.v.'s, minivans and trucks, increase the mileage standards of cars, and we will save far more than we will ever get from anwr. i thank the gentleman for yielding. the speaker pro tempore:

Edward J. Markey

1:06:57 to 1:07:10( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: the time of the gentleman has expired. the gentleman from california. mr. pombo: mr. speaker, i yield one minute to the gentleman from new mexico. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized

Edward J. Markey

1:07:10 to 1:07:27( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: for one minute. mr. pearce: the urgency, the last speaker said, that we should save our assets, keep the money in the bank, i had a friend whose father was in his 80's. his father did

Edward J. Markey

1:07:27 to 1:07:43( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: not spend much money. the son went to his dad he one day and said, dad, why are you putting everything penny in the bank? he said i'm going to save it until i'm old. the son said, dad,

Edward J. Markey

1:07:43 to 1:08:02( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: if you're not there yet, you better start spending your money. i don't know at what point the opponents of this legislation says the price has to get to before we start spending out of

Edward J. Markey

1:08:02 to 1:08:15( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: our savings account, but if $70 a barrel doesn't compel you, then we should dip into that savings account, i'm not sure where you're going to be compelled. the fact is that we have the resources,

Edward J. Markey

1:08:15 to 1:08:28( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: we need to utilize the resources, we need to buy ourselves the time while we convert to these renewables that were incentivized in the energy bill last year. but the renewables are going to

Edward J. Markey

1:08:28 to 1:08:46( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: take 20 years to get to market. i'm not sure when our opponents feel like we should dip into that savings account. i think it's today. thank you, mr. speaker. and i support the bill. the speaker

Edward J. Markey

1:08:46 to 1:09:02( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from massachusetts. mr. markey: i yield at this time one minute to the gentlelady from georgia, ms. mckinney. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady

Edward J. Markey

1:09:02 to 1:09:13( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: is recognized for one minute. ms. mckinney: thank you, mr. speaker. war is not an acceptable energy policy. this bill is an attempt to dupe the american public into thinking that drilling

Edward J. Markey

1:09:13 to 1:09:26( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: in anwr will lower gas prices. it's a disservice to the american people. this bill is really about serving anwr to the oil industry lobby something they've coveted for a very long time. just by

Edward J. Markey

1:09:26 to 1:09:42( Edit History Discussion )

Edward J. Markey: making cars modestly more efficient, americans could save $25 billion a year and one million barrels of oil per day. republicans should really deal with our energy problems and not this handout

Richard W. Pombo

1:09:42 to 1:10:00( Edit History Discussion )

Richard W. Pombo: to the oil lobby. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady yields back the balance of her time. who seeks to yield time? mr. markey: could i ask the gentleman

Richard W. Pombo

1:09:42 to 1:12:15( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Richard W. Pombo

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