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House Proceeding on Jul 31st, 2007 :: 9:07:40 to 9:09:51
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Jesse L. Jr.Jackson

9:07:27 to 9:07:40( Edit History Discussion )

Jesse L. Jr.Jackson: the chairman: the chair will put the question of the amendment after a five minute debate has been exhausted. i thank the -- mr. jackson: i thank the chair. the chairman: for what reason

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:07:40 to 9:07:52( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: does the gentleman from louisiana rise? >> -- we have to get control over spending and this agriculture bill is no exception to this. as we look at this spending bill as we've looked at the

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:07:40 to 9:09:51( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Charles W. Jr.Boustany

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:07:52 to 9:08:04( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: rest of them, we're going on -- we're continuing to spend more money and it is a recipe for further tax increases. furthermore, it's going to be at the expense of seniors. here we are, we're

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:08:04 to 9:08:18( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: looking at a schip bill which, in y opinion, after looking at this to the extent that i have been able to look at it, appears to be very irresponsibly crafted. in fact, i believe it to be

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:08:18 to 9:08:30( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: a cruel hoax -- a cruel hoax because if we're going to deal with spending -- the chairman: the gentleman will suspend. mr. jackson: the gentleman must confine his remarks to the matter

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:08:30 to 9:08:41( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: at han the agricultural appropriations bill and not the schip bill. the chairman c: the gentleman from louisiana must confine his remarks to the pending question. mr. boustany: this bill

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:08:41 to 9:08:52( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: continues to spend far too much money as did all of the previous appropriation billspr that we voted upon. it will put further pressure on the work that we desperately need to do. looking

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:08:52 to 9:09:07( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: at what we're going forward with, looking at what we're going to go e forward with as we look at health care. how are we going to pay for health care as we put all of this money and overspending

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:09:07 to 9:09:17( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: in all of these bills. we have to get our priority straight. if we're going to raise cigarette taxes, a diminishing source of revenue to pay for a program that's e xpanding and we're

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:09:17 to 9:09:32( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: going to take one-time money from medicare advantage to pay for an expanding program, how is it that we're going to deal with our entire federal budget. again, this bill before us today

Charles W. Jr.Boustany

9:09:32 to 9:09:51( Edit History Discussion )

Charles W. Jr.Boustany: is one -- >> point of order. point of order. the chairman: the gentleman will state his point of order. >> madam chair, i have sat here and have counted 15 straight times that we have ruled

David Scott

9:09:51 to 9:10:11( Edit History Discussion )

David Scott: on the central question of germaneness. we're here to talk about the agricultural appropriations. the chairman: the -- does the gentleman from georgia have a point of order? mr. scott: my point

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