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House Proceeding 07-20-09 on Jul 20th, 2009 :: 0:05:25 to 0:06:50
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Jean Schmidt

0:05:17 to 0:05:38( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: eight years later on july 20, 1969, by ohio's own neil armstrong, along with bud aldrin and michael collins. tonight i honor neeled and the men and women who worked relessly to make apollo 11 a suess. i as a child was mesmerized by apollo 11's mission. i was one of the hundreds of millions who watched on

Jean Schmidt

0:05:25 to 0:06:50( Edit History Discussion )
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Jean Schmidt

0:05:39 to 0:06:02( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: television as he took that historic step on the moon. landing on the moon wasn't ju an american event, it was a proud and historic event for all mankind. in the wake of this incredible accomplishment, neil armstrong has received many, many awards, most notably received the highest reward offered to the u.s. civilians, the presidential medal of freedom. neil has taken on several endeavors since walking on the

Jean Schmidt

0:06:03 to 0:06:24( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: moon and i'm especially proud of one, professor of air space engineering at the university of cincinnati, my alma mater. i'm proud to call him one of my constituents. madam speaker, let me leave with you the quote that has become the core of our american mystery. that's one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind. thank you, neil armstrong, for taking that giant leap and thank

Jean Schmidt

0:06:25 to 0:06:46( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: you to everyone who have made apollo 11 a success. 40 years later we ponder its magnitude. the speaker pro tempore: are there further requests for one minutes? for what purpose does the gentleman from minnesotaise? >> unanimous consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. >> madam speaker, next week

Jean Schmidt

0:06:47 to 0:06:51( Edit History Discussion )

Jean Schmidt: congress will likely vote on a health care bill that costs over

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