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House Proceeding 11-06-07 on Nov 6th, 2007 :: 2:46:56 to 2:49:02
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Joe Courtney

2:44:36 to 2:46:56( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joe Courtney

Joe Courtney

2:46:41 to 2:46:56( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Courtney: an anecdote how the extents of the red sox nation i rs expanding. about a month ago i happenedd to visit afghanistan and pakistan and while in afghanistan i traveled with the 173rd airborne

Stephen F. Lynch

2:46:56 to 2:47:09( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: up into a place about 8,000 feet in the mountains of afghanistan. while i was there the helicopter -- it was not pressurized so it only took us up so far and had to walk up a little ways to the

Stephen F. Lynch

2:46:56 to 2:49:02( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Stephen F. Lynch

Stephen F. Lynch

2:47:09 to 2:47:26( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: outpost where the 173rd was conducting operations on the pakistani border. and when we were approaching the camp, there were a group of afghani villages off to the right-hand side digging a ditch.

Stephen F. Lynch

2:47:26 to 2:47:38( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: while most of them have the traditional headdress of the afghans at that time on in their project, i did notice one gentleman, an afghanny, probably about 30 years old, and -- afghani, and probably

Stephen F. Lynch

2:47:38 to 2:47:52( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: about 30 years old, on close inspection, there he was in the mountains of afghanistan, an afghani villager wearing a boston red sox baseball cap. that's an indication how widespread and pop

Stephen F. Lynch

2:47:52 to 2:48:12( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: 350u lar -- popular the movement behind the red sox has come. i would like to thank the red sox organization. as a corporate citizen, its owners, managers, players, coaches there is no shortage

Stephen F. Lynch

2:48:12 to 2:48:25( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: of kindness that they have shown to every cause from curt schilling's support of a.l.s. and the efforts against that disease. david ortiz and his efforts to help alleviate the effect of the hurricanes

Stephen F. Lynch

2:48:25 to 2:48:41( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: in the dominican republic. there is no shortage ofindness and good citizenship that has been exhibited by this organization. we recognize them for their excellence. at this point in a moment

Stephen F. Lynch

2:48:41 to 2:48:50( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: of questionable wisdom, i am actually going to yield to a mets fan, the gentleman from new york, mr. weiner, for one minute, because i am not quite sure what he might say. the speaker pro tempore:

Stephen F. Lynch

2:48:50 to 2:49:02( Edit History Discussion )

Stephen F. Lynch: the gentleman from new york is recognized for one minute. mr. weiner: i rise without any compunction to offer some level of congratulations to theio red sox as the speaker knows, i'm a met

Anthony D. Weiner

2:49:02 to 2:49:18( Edit History Discussion )

Anthony D. Weiner: fan. when we played you in 1986, it wasn't that big of a problem. as bad as our collapse was this year, we have a great deal of empathy for the fans of the boston red sox. i admit there are

Anthony D. Weiner

2:49:02 to 2:50:37( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Anthony D. Weiner

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