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House Proceeding on Sep 26th, 2008 :: 0:35:21 to 0:38:33
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Dave Camp

0:33:49 to 0:35:21( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dave Camp

Dave Camp

0:35:10 to 0:35:21( Edit History Discussion )

Dave Camp: my time for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from massachusetts is sa recognized. mr. neal: would you yield for a question. do members of the house of representatives serve

Lloyd Doggett

0:35:21 to 0:35:33( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: under the president of the united states? mr. camp: would you yield? i would be happy to say -- we have three branches of govern ment. mr. neal: from our constitutional perspective, do members

Lloyd Doggett

0:35:21 to 0:38:33( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lloyd Doggett

Lloyd Doggett

0:35:33 to 0:35:41( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: of the house of representatives serve under thes president of the united states? mr. camp: of course not. mr. neal: we serve with the president of the united states. i reclaiming my time.

Lloyd Doggett

0:35:41 to 0:35:55( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: with that i yield to mr. doggett. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for two minutes. mr. doggett: perhaps the sixth time will be the chamerm. this is the sixth

Lloyd Doggett

0:35:55 to 0:36:06( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: time that this house has approved this legislation to encourage more renewable energy, more solar energy, more windin energy, provisions that i authored that will encourage plug-in hybrid

Lloyd Doggett

0:36:06 to 0:36:20( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: vehicles and geothermal heat pumps and promote small business development of biodiesel. american innovation can fuel new jobs and increase exportsts abroad. we can put more green where it

Lloyd Doggett

0:36:20 to 0:36:35( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: really count s, in the wallets, in the purses of the working families of america. the choice is ours. we can either run this new economy that is less dependent on fossil fuels, or we can

Lloyd Doggett

0:36:35 to 0:36:48( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: get run over by it. really, this is not a house-senate dispute. this is about the republicans taking hostage. this renewable energy bill. their approach boils down to this. they absolutely refuse

Lloyd Doggett

0:36:48 to 0:37:01( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: to letet us take america forward into a less fossil fuel dependent economy unless we borrow the money to do it. we all know what the george bush approach has been for eight years. what? me worry?

Lloyd Doggett

0:37:01 to 0:37:11( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: we ll, the philosophy is, just swipe the debt on the national credit card. just b orrow more money whether it's the cost of the iraq war or $700 billion for a wall street bailout. don't

Lloyd Doggett

0:37:11 to 0:37:23( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: worry. it's a free lunch. what, me worry? no, put it on the credit card. that's what they are saying this morning. mo we will not let us move forward with renewable energy and a new green economy

Lloyd Doggett

0:37:23 to 0:37:35( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: unless we borrow more money. how much more money do they think the american people can stand to borrow? under george bush we have added almost $4 trillion more than all the presidentsre before

Lloyd Doggett

0:37:35 to 0:37:49( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: him put together. borrowing from foreign sources. and they want us to borrow even more before they will allow usl to do what the american people want. that is to look to the future. if this

Lloyd Doggett

0:37:49 to 0:37:57( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: george bush bailout proposal has taught us anything, it is the danger of overborrowing. the president's answer is that an -- mr. neal: 15 more seconds. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman

Lloyd Doggett

0:37:57 to 0:38:08( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: is recognized. mr. doggett: the president's answer to us this morning is an overleveraged wall street the thing to do is to further overleverage the american people. today's bill doesnto't

Lloyd Doggett

0:38:08 to 0:38:13( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: make that mistake. if it's worth doing, d worth paying for. that's what we do. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the gentleman from

Lloyd Doggett

0:38:13 to 0:38:22( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: michigan. mr. camp: i see there's a few more speakers on that side. i'll reserve my time right now. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from michigan reserves his time. the gentleman from

Lloyd Doggett

0:38:22 to 0:38:33( Edit History Discussion )

Lloyd Doggett: massachusetts. s.mr. neal: i yield two minutes to the gentleman from california, mr. thompson, fine member of the ways and means committee, for two minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman

Mike Thompson

0:38:33 to 0:38:42( Edit History Discussion )

Mike Thompson: from california is recognized for two minutes. mr. thompson: i thank the gentleman for yielding. madam speaker, in my district over countless homes and businesses are already going solar

Mike Thompson

0:38:33 to 0:40:33( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Mike Thompson

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