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House Proceeding 11-06-09 on Nov 6th, 2009 :: 5:20:00 to 5:21:20
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Trent Franks

5:19:58 to 5:20:18( Edit History Discussion )

Trent Franks: go through this paperwork determine this process. well, we'll determine whether your kid's making progress or not. we'll tell you who's a good acher, who's a bad teacher. i don't need to send money to washington to put a bunch of paperwork and try to tell me that. mr. franks: that's right, mr. hoekstra. it's always amazing to me the

Trent Franks

5:20:00 to 5:21:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Trent Franks

Trent Franks

5:20:19 to 5:20:40( Edit History Discussion )

Trent Franks: parallel he's we see in these things. we talk about education, i think it's pretty significant to remember one basic equation and that is that one of two people will decide the academic, the spiritual, the philosophical nature or the substance of a child's education.

Trent Franks

5:20:41 to 5:21:01( Edit History Discussion )

Trent Franks: one of two people will decide what that's going to be. it will e would pour their last drop of blood on the floor for that child or a bureaucrat who doesn't even know their name and i would suggest to you that that's the same thing with this health care bill. we are either going to have one

Trent Franks

5:21:02 to 5:21:21( Edit History Discussion )

Trent Franks: of two people make decisions in health care. we might have a little bit more involvement by the doctors but ultimately the once that decid what treatment they have or don't have, it's either going to be the patient or some bureaucrat becau the patient, wh they're talking to their own doctor, if their doctor doesn't -- if their patient is empowered, they can go to some

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