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House Proceeding 06-09-09 on Jun 9th, 2009 :: 4:06:20 to 4:08:50
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Donald A. Manzullo

4:06:16 to 4:06:36( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: bipartisan 50 to 4 vote. i ask my colleagues to vote yes, yes for the economic benefits of the bill, yes for the benefits to consumers, and yes for the improvements in environmental quality. i yield back the balance of my t the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman from ohio reserves. the gentleman from michigan is recognized. >> thank you, madam speaker. i would like to yield two

Donald A. Manzullo

4:06:20 to 4:08:50( Edit History Discussion )
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Donald A. Manzullo

4:06:37 to 4:06:57( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: minutes to one of the co-founders of the manufacturing caucus and certainly caucus, the gentleman from illinois, mr. manzullo, two minutes. t gentleman is recognized for two minutes. mr. maullo: madam speaker, this bill will spur auto sales, revitalize the manufacturing sector. without a strong manufacturing

Donald A. Manzullo

4:06:58 to 4:07:18( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: sector, we won't have an economic recovery. while i would have prefered a simple $5,000 voucher for any new car purchase, congresswoman betty sutton moved this bipartisan bill so it really stimulates the economy because it sets the chain of supply into motion. it gets people back to work in our facties -- factories.

Donald A. Manzullo

4:07:19 to 4:07:39( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: if the first time home buyer tax credit for $8,000 is working to spur the housing market, just think what this will do for the auto industry. stimulating sales is the only way to get the auto strbak its feet. not further top down infusions of money from the top. the bill gets the american

Donald A. Manzullo

4:07:40 to 4:08:01( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: people involved because it's bottom up. it sets the fire of manufacturing, it gets us going again. even if somebody does not want to buy a new automobile that person will still indirectly effect. look what happens when one million automobiles are sold in america today. the caliber proudly built in

Donald A. Manzullo

4:08:02 to 4:08:22( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: the 16th congressional district of illinois along with the t smaller jeeps, the sale of one million automobiles in this country means 60,000 people go back to work. $1.4 billion is returned in sales tax to state and local governments. $750 million in federal taxes

Donald A. Manzullo

4:08:23 to 4:08:43( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: is paid by the workers and savings of food stamps, john traing of almost $-- job traing of almost $3 billion. this bill almost pays for itself. but the beauty of it is the fact that it returns the supply chain, it gets people working again.

Donald A. Manzullo

4:08:44 to 4:08:51( Edit History Discussion )

Donald A. Manzullo: it gets the economy moving again. instead of communities having toome to washington looking for money, the money gets

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