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House Proceeding on Oct 14th, 2009 :: 1:49:45 to 1:51:05
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Al Green

1:49:41 to 1:50:01( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: then we remember we are all americans. thank you very much, mr. speaker. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from washington continues to reserve. the gentleman from american samoa. mr. faleomavaega: how much time do i the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman has three minutes. mr. faleomavaega: at this time, mr. speaker, i would like to yield one minute and a half to my good friend from texas, 34r

Al Green

1:49:45 to 1:51:05( Edit History Discussion )
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Al Green

1:50:02 to 1:50:24( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: green -- mr. green. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute and a half. mr. green: thank you, speaker. mr. speaker, i believe that there's but one race and that is the human race. i believe that one god created all of humanity to live in harmony. i'm honored to be here today to express my sympathies and my oneness with the people of

Al Green

1:50:25 to 1:50:46( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: american samoa, indonesia, as well as the philippines. i also want to make it very clear that my district is a polygot melting pot. it is in fact a culture of cultures. and because is a special kinship and relationship with the persons who have been devastated by

Al Green

1:50:47 to 1:51:06( Edit History Discussion )

Al Green: these natural disasters. and i believe that we cannot do enough to help them recover, but i also understand in my heart that when you cannot do enough, you have a duty to do all that you can. i want us to do more because these are our fellow human,

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