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House Proceeding 10-27-09 on Oct 27th, 2009 :: 0:35:50 to 0:37:05
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Jo Bonner

0:35:46 to 0:36:06( Edit History Discussion )

Jo Bonner: progressives have always championed community health expands the liability program used by these community health thank you, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from alabama rise? >> to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore:

Jo Bonner

0:35:50 to 0:37:05( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jo Bonner

Jo Bonner

0:36:07 to 0:36:27( Edit History Discussion )

Jo Bonner: without objection. >> mr. speaker, there's an old saying common in south alabama that we need to practice what we preach. well shes if reports are accurate, it -- well, if reports are accurate, it seems like congress will be moving forward wh health care legislation that contains government-run public option no matter how hard the democratic leadership may try to rebrand this poison bill.

Jo Bonner

0:36:28 to 0:36:48( Edit History Discussion )

Jo Bonner: well, i will try to not let this happen. i couldn't agree more with dr. john fleming of louisiana who says any member of congress that votes for a public option should be the first one to sign up for it. however, if a public optn is good enough for you, mr. and mrs. taxpayer, then your elected representatives should

Jo Bonner

0:36:49 to 0:37:06( Edit History Discussion )

Jo Bonner: be the first ones to try it out. this is true for seniors who are looking at draconian cuts to medicare, medicare advantage. and according to c.b.o., a 20% increase in the prescription drug premiums over the next decade. not to mention higher taxes for all americans just to help pay

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