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House Proceeding on Sep 26th, 2008 :: 0:40:33 to 0:43:30
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Mike Thompson

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

Mike Thompson

0:40:24 to 0:40:33( Edit History Discussion )

Mike Thompson: goals achieved because this bill will l not be enacted into law. not only has the senate majority leader said he will not take it up, we also have a statement from the administration that his

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:40:33 to 0:40:41( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: advisors recommend be -- it be vetoed w that i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman reserves. the gentleman fr om massachusetts is recognized. mr. neal: madam

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:40:33 to 0:43:30( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Bill Jr.Pascrell

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:40:41 to 0:40:49( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: speaker, i would like to yield two minutes to the distinguished gentleman from new jersey and a very good member of the ways and means committee, mr. pascrell, two minutes. the speaker pro tempore:

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:40:49 to 0:41:05( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: the gentleman from new jersey is recognized for two minutes. mr. pascrell: thank you. madam speaker, i rise to speak on an issue that has an impact on millions of americans and that is

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:41:05 to 0:41:18( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: the renewable energy and job creation act of 2008. i wish towi thank my colleague, chairman rangel, for his leadership. the renewable energy and job creation act is a vital piece of legislation.

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:41:18 to 0:41:33( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: the tax incentives are the best way to bring renewable energy into the american home. the bill that will extend $42 billion of expiring temporary tax provision for two years through 2009.h

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:41:33 to 0:41:45( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: these are bread and butter tax cuts that millions of americans count on. jobs could be lost if congress fails to renew these tax incentives. these are bread and butter tax cuts. and we

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:41:45 to 0:42:00( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: believe on this side of the aisle that if you're going to cut taxes, you find money toon do it so that you don't run the government like enron. and that's why we are in the position we are in on

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:42:00 to 0:42:14( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: wall street. and you're trying to make this wall street. these extenders not only impact the business that is claim them, but also their customers, slier, , and others. the restaurant industry's

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:42:14 to 0:42:29( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: projected to spend $70 billion over the next 10 years for building construction and renovation. every dollar spent in the construction industry creates more than 28 jobs in the overall economy. for

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:42:29 to 0:42:41( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: every dollar. failure to renew the research tax credit would also encourage businesses to move their work out of the united states. the united states has--used to have an attractive research tax

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:42:41 to 0:42:52( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: credit. other countries have recently taken the lead. countries like china now have more attractive research tax incentives, lowering research -- luring research jobs away from the united

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:42:52 to 0:43:02( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: states. inaction in this area we heard our -- will hurt our middle class. madam speaker, the basic question is, should we pay for what we are doing or should we kick the can down the street

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:43:02 to 0:43:10( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: and put the burden on our children and grandchildren? the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. plp pascrell lon the answer -- mr. p ascrell: the answer is no. the speaker pro

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:43:10 to 0:43:17( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman rises? mr. camp: i yield two minutes to the distinguished gentlemanng from oregon. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for two

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:43:17 to 0:43:30( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: minutes. mr. walden: thank you, madam speaker. let me make a couple points here. first of all it's ironic that the argument by the democratic majority on the floor today is one that says you

Greg Walden

0:43:30 to 0:43:42( Edit History Discussion )

Greg Walden: can't cut taxeses unless you raise taxes. and all this other discussion when in 35 or 34 minutes up in the house rules committee, the democrat majority's going, i'm told, move a stimulus bill that

Greg Walden

0:43:30 to 0:45:43( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Greg Walden

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