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House Proceeding 10-28-09 on Oct 28th, 2009 :: 4:18:55 to 4:21:25
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Charles B. Rangel

4:18:51 to 4:19:14( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: both sides of the aisle come forward and no one ex chairman of the house ways and means committee, mr. rangel. mr. rangel: permission to revise and extend. let me thank my dear friend peter king f taking time out

Charles B. Rangel

4:18:55 to 4:21:25( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Charles B. Rangel

Charles B. Rangel

4:19:15 to 4:19:37( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: delegation to give us an one of our great members of congress and certainly one of our great equent members of the new york state congressional delegation. i think john mchue is what americans look forward to when

Charles B. Rangel

4:19:38 to 4:19:58( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: they think of their government, congress or h representatives and that is a guy that has principles and stakes by them and finds a way to get away from the harshness of partisanship during the time that he is rep particular interests. and this is especially so when

Charles B. Rangel

4:19:59 to 4:20:19( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: one person of a party that probably has been for a lifetime has an opportunity to serve this great nation under the leadership of a president from another party. i think that that re whether you are republican, democrat or independent, the

Charles B. Rangel

4:20:20 to 4:20:40( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: willingness to understand that there are so many different ways to serve this great nation. and when he was called, it's my understanding that he didn't hesitate to respond when president obama asked him to serve as secretary of the united states army. and so i think during the rough

Charles B. Rangel

4:20:41 to 4:21:03( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: partisan times that we're going through now that we ought to take advantage as you have seen fit to do, mr. king, tpoint out that it's not like this every day. it's not like this every year and that fortunately the new york state delegation have managed to being disagreeable, to maintain

Charles B. Rangel

4:21:04 to 4:21:26( Edit History Discussion )

Charles B. Rangel: our friendships, to mutual respect. and at the end of the day when we're done our responsility in one physical federal job that we're able to move forward and look forward to work with each other again. so let me single you out for doing this on behalf of the delegation, on behalf of the

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