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House Proceeding 06-14-06 on Jun 14th, 2006 :: 0:28:47 to 0:31:34
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Lynn C. Woolsey

0:25:02 to 0:28:47( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lynn C. Woolsey

Lynn C. Woolsey

0:28:34 to 0:28:47( Edit History Discussion )

Lynn C. Woolsey: conflict resolution, to oversee iraq's post war reconciliation process. but the first step is to bring our american troops home, home where they belong. they, our troops, have served admirably.

Dan Burton

0:28:47 to 0:28:59( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: they have sacrificed more than enough. we can return them to their families and we can do it without abandoning iraq. this is what the american people want, mr. speaker. they want an end

Dan Burton

0:28:47 to 0:31:34( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dan Burton

Dan Burton

0:28:59 to 0:29:15( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: to this war. they're not certain exactly how or when, but it's our job to execute those details. they're looking for us for leadership. and it's time the president of the united states

Dan Burton

0:29:15 to 0:29:25( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: as the commander in chief provided it. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman yields back. the chair recognizes mr. burton from indiana for five minutes. mr. burton: i ask unanimous

Dan Burton

0:29:25 to 0:29:39( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. burton: the united nations has had a here yad of problems over the past five or six years. there's

Dan Burton

0:29:39 to 0:29:51( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: been scandals and waste and fraud and abuse, and atrocities perpetrated by the peacekeeping forces in africa where they raped women and maimed other people. we had the oil-for-food scandal. it just

Dan Burton

0:29:51 to 0:30:07( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: goes on and on and on, and as a result our new u.n. ambassador has been over there trying to clean up that mess and making sure they straighten up and deal with their fiscal problems as

Dan Burton

0:30:07 to 0:30:23( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: well as these other problems, and as a result the second in command at the united nations, a u.n. deputy ever secretary mark mallot brown last week made a very aggressive speech about the united

Dan Burton

0:30:23 to 0:30:35( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: states of america. he said that middle america, in fact, was too stupid to understand what the u.n. was all about. he indicated that news broadcasts from valued news resources such as fox news

Dan Burton

0:30:35 to 0:30:45( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: and news comment tarets like rush limbaugh were out of line and didn't understand what was going on at the u.n. and he criticized roundly the united states' approach to the u.n. and world problems.

Dan Burton

0:30:45 to 0:31:00( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: now there's an unwritten law at the united nations and that is that the leadership over there and the people that are involved in leadership don't criticize member states. they just don't do

Dan Burton

0:31:00 to 0:31:12( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: it. mallock brown did, and he's the chief deputy to kofi annan, and it's my opinion because of this terrible misstatement that he made that he should be replaced. he should either resign

Dan Burton

0:31:12 to 0:31:21( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: or be fired. if we're going to work with the u.n. and we pay 25% of the dues over there for the whole world, 25%, than we need to have a good working relationship and this is not conducive

Dan Burton

0:31:21 to 0:31:34( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: to this relationship when the second in command over there is criticizing the united states for taking issue with what's going on. thank you, mr. speaker, i yield back the balance of my time.

Maxine Waters

0:31:34 to 0:31:52( Edit History Discussion )

Maxine Waters: the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the chair recognizes the gentlewoman from california, ms. waters, for five minutes. ms. waters: thank you very much, mr. speaker. i

Maxine Waters

0:31:34 to 0:37:03( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Maxine Waters

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