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House Proceeding on Jul 26th, 2007 :: 4:43:19 to 4:46:11
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Steve Israel

4:43:08 to 4:43:19( Edit History Discussion )

Steve Israel: from new york. >> mr. chairman, the gentleman said that we can afford to cut or shave budgets for anti-crime programs like cops. and the gentleman did not support attempts to shave $90 billion

Tim Ryan

4:43:19 to 4:43:36( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: to allow off-shore companies to open up p.o. boxes in bermuda so they don't have to pay their fair share of taxes. we invest a fraction of that tax shelter, $623 million to add 1,800 cops

Tim Ryan

4:43:19 to 4:46:11( Edit History Discussion )
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Tim Ryan

4:43:36 to 4:43:47( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: to our neighborhoods. we want to make our neighborhoods safer by adding more cops. the gentleman wants to make off-shore companies safer. i yield back the balance of my time. the chairman: the

Tim Ryan

4:43:47 to 4:43:58( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: gentleman from ohio. mr. rogers: thank you. i want to pick up on what the gentleman from texas was talking about families. and this lady from our district, teresa from west liberty, ohio,

Tim Ryan

4:43:58 to 4:44:15( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: small town in ohio, talking about spending, talking about taxes, talking about the growth of government, we have a $3 trillion, the government spends $23,000 per household, and all we're asking

Tim Ryan

4:44:15 to 4:44:28( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: for in this legislation and in each of these amendments is to fund government at the same level as we did last year which all families have to do just like this family in west liberty,

Tim Ryan

4:44:28 to 4:44:43( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: ohio. we are in the middle class. we are trying to put our kids through college. can't government live within their means? i mean, pretty straightforward. it's amazing how the american people get

Tim Ryan

4:44:43 to 4:44:57( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: it. if you ask the american people in this framework, all this spending, all this debt, all this deficit, is it too much to say, government, can you spend like you spnt before? and the

Tim Ryan

4:44:57 to 4:45:13( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: playbook never changes. we want to spend what we spent last year in this appropriations bill. not a cut. and yet the other side says, everything will be terrible. we won't have cops on the

Tim Ryan

4:45:13 to 4:45:28( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: street. well, that's about a loney. we want to spend -- well, that's baloney. we want to spend what he we spent last year. the gentleman from texas pointed out that the ramifications luge.

Tim Ryan

4:45:28 to 4:45:44( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: it starts with the entitlements that everyone knows, republicans and democrats know, those will be problems in the future. that's all this amendment does. it's not draconian cuts. it's not the

Tim Ryan

4:45:44 to 4:46:00( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: end of the world. it's not the sky is falling. instead of spending $52 billion more, let's spend $52 billion like we did last year. frankly, when we're thinking about the competition we faced

Tim Ryan

4:46:00 to 4:46:11( Edit History Discussion )

Tim Ryan: in the international marketplace.. as the gentleman from texas pointed out, our comptroller has pointed out the problems we face. it's critical we get the handle on it. that's why it's common

Steve Israel

4:46:11 to 4:46:22( Edit History Discussion )

Steve Israel: sense and that's why i urge a yes vote. i reserve the balance of my time. the chairman: the gentleman reserves the balance of his time. the gentleman from new york. mr. israel: violent

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