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House Proceeding on Oct 10th, 2007 :: 0:21:32 to 0:22:51
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Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:20:06 to 0:21:32( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Bill Jr.Pascrell

Bill Jr.Pascrell

0:21:18 to 0:21:32( Edit History Discussion )

Bill Jr.Pascrell: house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman's recognized. >> thank you, mr. speaker. i rise today to oppose a nonbinding resolution that will have serious

Ed Whitfield

0:21:32 to 0:21:44( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: negative consequences to our national security. h.r. 106, the armenian resolution is dangerously short-sighted and controversial resolution being marked up in the foreign affairs committee today.

Ed Whitfield

0:21:32 to 0:22:51( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ed Whitfield

Ed Whitfield

0:21:44 to 0:21:56( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: this resolution will jeopardize our relationship with a strong nato ally turkey and hinder our ability to combat the war on terror. it makes assertions about facts that historians to this

Ed Whitfield

0:21:56 to 0:22:10( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: day still debate. i might add that every living former secretary of state, both democrat and republican, recently sent a letter to the speaker stating that passage of this resolution would strain

Ed Whitfield

0:22:10 to 0:22:22( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: our relations with turkey, endanger our national security interest including safety of our troops in iraq and afghanistan. i would also point out in today's "washington post," in an editorial, it

Ed Whitfield

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

Ed Whitfield: said that passage of the armenian genocide resolution would be dangerous and grossly irresponsible. and i hope the foreign affairs committee today will reject this resolution. thank you. the speaker

Ed Whitfield

0:22:33 to 0:22:41( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: pro tempore: the gentleman's time's expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from wisconsin rise? >> to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. the

Ed Whitfield

0:22:41 to 0:22:51( Edit History Discussion )

Ed Whitfield: gentleman's recognized. ed mr. kagen: mr. speaker, we must begin to think differently in america, and begin to work together to guarantee universal access to affordable care for every citizen

Steven Kagen

0:22:51 to 0:23:03( Edit History Discussion )

Steven Kagen: everywhere in these united states and without question -- without question to all of our nation's children on whose future we all depend. every day, until we vote to override president bush's

Steven Kagen

0:22:51 to 0:23:59( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Steven Kagen

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