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House Proceeding 11-07-09 on Nov 7th, 2009 :: 2:35:20 to 2:36:45
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Wally Herger

2:35:17 to 2:35:38( Edit History Discussion )

Wally Herger: ask themselves one question that is, am i my brother's keeper? and my answer is, yes, i am. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. the gentleman from michigan. mr. camp: i yield to the distinguished member of the ways and means committee, the gentleman from california, mr. herger. the speaker pro tempor gentleman is ecognized for two

Wally Herger

2:35:20 to 2:36:45( Edit History Discussion )
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Wally Herger

2:35:39 to 2:36:00( Edit History Discussion )

Wally Herger: minutes. mr. herger: today i rise not only on behalf of my constituents in northern california but on behalf of all americans. they have made their opposition to government-run health care known. they have come out by thousands to town halls, called our offices and held peaceful rallies. but unfortunately, congressional democrats have

Wally Herger

2:36:01 to 2:36:21( Edit History Discussion )

Wally Herger: refused to listen. the legislation being considered today is one of the most damaging, destructive bills ever to come before this a government takeover of health care won't bring down costs, but it will bring down quality of care. it will explode the national

Wally Herger

2:36:22 to 2:36:43( Edit History Discussion )

Wally Herger: debt at the expense of future generations. it raises taxes by and guarantees middle class tax increases down the road. we all agree that we need need to put the government in charge. mr. speaker, i believe in the free market.

Wally Herger

2:36:44 to 2:36:46( Edit History Discussion )

Wally Herger: i believe in choice and competition.

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