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House Proceeding on Jun 5th, 2008 :: 1:41:03 to 1:43:45
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Rosa L. DeLauro

1:38:25 to 1:41:03( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Rosa L. DeLauro

Rosa L. DeLauro

1:40:44 to 1:41:03( Edit History Discussion )

Rosa L. DeLauro: all know it's going to be a great challenge to get our fiscal house in order after several years of mismanagement an increase in a national debt of $3.4 trillion. $3.4 trillion. we must recognize

James Jordan

1:41:03 to 1:41:18( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: the serious fiscal situation our country is in and begin to take practical steps to address it. this budget does that. on policy coach for a group of congress called the blog coalition. we

James Jordan

1:41:03 to 1:43:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: James Jordan

James Jordan

1:41:18 to 1:41:32( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: believe in fiscal responsibility and being with a budget like most american families do and this budget butts us on a path to reach a balanced budget by 2012. responsible budgetings about

James Jordan

1:41:32 to 1:41:47( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: enforcing strong budgetary principles which is why i'm very pleased this budget 5d here'so what we call pay-go. it contains a commitment to extension of the cat torrey pay-go requirements. this budget

James Jordan

1:41:47 to 1:42:03( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: directs house committees to conduct regular performance reviews to programs, recommend legislative and administrative measures to improve them, and to identify ways to eliminate waste and

James Jordan

1:42:03 to 1:42:16( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: unnecessary spending. these efforts in combination with the house pay-go rule will provide house committees with incentives to seek out and elimb -- inefishenent programs. you'll continue to hear

James Jordan

1:42:16 to 1:42:35( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: this talk about raising taxes on i haddle families. it does nothing of the sort. it specifically calls for responsible fix of the alternative minimum tax and the extension of middle income tax

James Jordan

1:42:35 to 1:42:49( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: relief in a mearn that's fiscally responsible and does not pass on trillions of dollars of debt to our children and grandchildren. this budget resolution is not perfect but it's another important

James Jordan

1:42:49 to 1:43:04( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: step towards restoring fiscal discipline as a guiding value of our government. the blog group in congress is dedicated to seeing the commitments made in this budget are adhered to so we can put

James Jordan

1:43:04 to 1:43:20( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: our country back on a sustainable fiscal bath and we are not mortgaging the future of our children and grandchildren. as a member of the house budget committee, i'd like to thank chairman

James Jordan

1:43:20 to 1:43:33( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: spratt and his staff for all the work they do. i urge a yes vote on this resolution. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from texas. mr. hensarling: i

James Jordan

1:43:33 to 1:43:45( Edit History Discussion )

James Jordan: yield myself three minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. hensarling: thank you, mr. speaker. about two weeks ago that the front page of the "usa today" publication

John M. Jr.Spratt

1:43:45 to 1:44:01( Edit History Discussion )

John M. Jr.Spratt: wrote, quote, taxpayers' bill leaps by trillions. first it says the federal government's long-term financial obligations grew by $2.5 trillion last year. a re flexion of the mushrooming cost

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