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House Proceeding 07-21-09 on Jul 21st, 2009 :: 2:55:50 to 2:57:10
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Kevin Brady

2:55:47 to 2:56:07( Edit History Discussion )

Kevin Brady: handouts, don't want government welfare or food stamps. they want jobs in my district and throughout our nation. where are the jobs? i come back to ask that country needs and our people need i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from texas rise?

Kevin Brady

2:55:50 to 2:57:10( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Kevin Brady

Kevin Brady

2:56:08 to 2:56:30( Edit History Discussion )

Kevin Brady: >> i ask unanimous condition one minute. >> the gentleman is recognized. >> thank you, mr. speaker. there are a lot of people in texas who are worried what kind of jobs they'll have if this new government-run health care plan goes through congress. 11,018 pages delivered to us before -- 1,018 pages delivered to us just before midnight.

Kevin Brady

2:56:31 to 2:56:51( Edit History Discussion )

Kevin Brady: here's the plan, 31 new federal agencies, in between you and your doctor, taking away control of your health care. at the committee we asked what does this cost? they said we don't know the price tag. we offered amendments, can you certify that members of congress read this bill, they said they thought that was a bad idea and defeated it. we asked about rationing.

Kevin Brady

2:56:52 to 2:57:10( Edit History Discussion )

Kevin Brady: we were worried about wait times for family physicians and second class cancer treatment. they said that would be too inconvenient to provide information. and they defeated it. finally they said let's strike the toongs small businesses. they refused to, saying small businesses have it so easy they

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