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House Proceeding 07-21-09 on Jul 21st, 2009 :: 1:37:40 to 1:38:55
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Ed Whitfield

1:37:36 to 1:37:56( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: the primary requisite for receiving recovery f yet it was simply a reporting requirement. it was never about jobs. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from new jersey rise? >> to address the house for one minute. without objection. >> legislation will lead to a

Ed Whitfield

1:37:40 to 1:38:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ed Whitfield

Ed Whitfield

1:37:57 to 1:38:17( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: government takeover of health ?? care, 17% of our nation's economy, it's instructive look back a few weeks to the cap and trade energy debate. just before the fourthf july break, leadership set another deadline to pass what will amount to the largest tax hike in u.s. histy. with employment soarg, in policies that impose a national

Ed Whitfield

1:38:18 to 1:38:38( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: energy tax will only make things worse by increasing energy costs for all americans, crippling small businesses and putting more people out of their jobs. frankly, the legislation we passed is a gift that keeps on giving. to our economic rivals like china and india whose economies are already sucking away u.s.

Ed Whitfield

1:38:39 to 1:38:56( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: manufacturing jobs at an alarming rate. needless to say, as we saw from secretary clinton's recent visit to india, these nations don't plan to impose restrictions on their emissions. mr. speaker, american families are struggling. there's no doubt about it. they're working to make end's meet and they're worrying about

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