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House Proceeding 11-17-09 on Nov 17th, 2009 :: 0:18:20 to 0:19:25
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Dennis R. Rehberg

0:18:17 to 0:18:38( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: credits would not be capped. we have an obligation to prove health benefits to our children in h.r. 3962 does that. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman's time has expired. for what purpose does the gentleman from montana rise? mr. rehberg: to address the house for on the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. rehberg: when congress passed the trillion dollar so-called stimulus, the national unemployment rate was 7.6%. some politicians warned that

Dennis R. Rehberg

0:18:20 to 0:19:25( Edit History Discussion )
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Dennis R. Rehberg

0:18:39 to 0:18:59( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: without the stimulus unemployment could pass 8%. this month unemployment blew past 10% and like you i'm wondering where the jobs are s in the infinite wisdom of the government, 18 million was spent on a website to track jobs. the just-released job figures for montana are listed by congressional district. montana, of course, has only

Dennis R. Rehberg

0:19:00 to 0:19:21( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: one district, yet the federal government spent $372,000 to create one single job in montana's nonexistent 8th congressional district. our imaginary 16th district did better. only a bureaucrat would count half a job in a distract that does not exist. the government spent $1 trillion to save and create

Dennis R. Rehberg

0:19:22 to 0:19:26( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis R. Rehberg: jobs and the opposite has happened. millions more americans have lost their jobs and now th

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