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House Proceeding 06-14-06 on Jun 14th, 2006 :: 1:20:43 to 1:22:59
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William D. Delahunt

1:13:58 to 1:20:43( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: William D. Delahunt

William D. Delahunt

1:20:23 to 1:20:43( Edit History Discussion )

William D. Delahunt: get awfully sloppy. if you don't hold federal agencies accountable, whether it be the white house, the department of defense, sooner or later -- mr. ryan: will the gentleman yield? mr. delahunt:

Tim Ryan

1:20:43 to 1:20:57( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: of course. mr. ryan: both of you have made one overarching point, and that is that the government is broken , the government is not working the way it was meant to work, and it was no leadership

Tim Ryan

1:20:43 to 1:22:59( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tim Ryan

Tim Ryan

1:20:57 to 1:21:15( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: in washington, d.c. from the republican house to the republican senate to the republican white house, mr. meek, that is willing to take on the gigantic task of reforming this government. it

Tim Ryan

1:21:15 to 1:21:36( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: is nothing but status quo. it is nothing but the same old, tired ideas that get recycled election cycle after election cycle with no real solutions. whether you are talking about the war in iraq

Tim Ryan

1:21:36 to 1:21:54( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: or talking about katrina, we have a broken government. and nobody in washington, d.c. with the guts to try to fix it. now when you look at our foreign policy, as has been mentioned already here,

Tim Ryan

1:21:54 to 1:22:12( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: $8.8 billion given to iraqi ministers by the coalition provisional authority and nobody knows where it is. $45 billion of american taxpayer dollars spent in iraq on reconstruction. $96 million

Tim Ryan

1:22:12 to 1:22:31( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: in cash and receipts remain unaccounted for for a specific project. on and on and on. and why is it broke? why is the american government broke? because we're not having any success in rehabilitating

Tim Ryan

1:22:31 to 1:22:44( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: the iraqi economy. oil production below prewar levels, electricity below prewar levels. 54% of iraqi households lack access to clean water. on and on and on and on. but the bottom line is this, that

Tim Ryan

1:22:44 to 1:22:59( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: this country needs to go in a new direction, mr. delahunt. the american people are tired. mr. delahunt: what the american people are demanding, mr. ryan and mr. meek is accountability, because if there's

William D. Delahunt

1:22:59 to 1:23:17( Edit History Discussion )

William D. Delahunt: accountability then we will have competence in our government. but as you just indicated, whether it be katrina, whether it be the prosecution of the war in iraq, there has been no accountability

William D. Delahunt

1:22:59 to 1:24:11( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: William D. Delahunt

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