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House Proceeding on Dec 7th, 2006 :: 2:23:01 to 2:30:33
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this doesn't go far enough. it allows far too many loopholes, among other things, it allows the p.l.o. the last vesstiege in the throws of the terrorist organization past to have an organization

Allen Boyd

2:23:01 to 2:23:15( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: in new york city, my hometown. we have provided billions of dollars. we leave this debate with our hearts than our head. when wi river was signed the united states said we would put dollars

Allen Boyd

2:23:01 to 2:30:33( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Allen Boyd

Allen Boyd

2:23:15 to 2:23:31( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: on the barrel head. when oslo was signed we said we will put dollars on the barrelhead. we are generous in trying to live up to the aspirations for that region despite the fact every single time

Allen Boyd

2:23:31 to 2:23:44( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: it proves to be for naught. it this is a very important first step, but i think it is important that people understand that democratization in the territories is a good thing. i agree with

Allen Boyd

2:23:44 to 2:23:59( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: president bush that having democracy, free, open elections are good things. but they have consequences. many people argue in that part of the world because we used foreign aid in support

Allen Boyd

2:23:59 to 2:24:14( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: of so many organizations of fattah, the palestinian people were im -- when you have a campaign based on the idea we are going to continue terrorism and refuse to acknowledge the neighbors,

Allen Boyd

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Allen Boyd: there are consequences. one of the consequences are the american people say we are not going to be involved. i cannot take the microphone without talking particularly to one critic of note.

Allen Boyd

2:24:25 to 2:24:45( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: being a former president of the united states gives you a vanitied place in american and world life to be someone who speaks about the important issues of the day. unfortunately, former president

Allen Boyd

2:24:45 to 2:24:58( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: carter has turn into a polemis. recently on television he has referred to the jewish lobby the reason why we are not aiding hamas and doing more in the middle east. he had the audacity to

Allen Boyd

2:24:58 to 2:25:12( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: say -- may i have one additional minute. mr. lantos: i'm pleased to yield an additional minute. mr. weiner: there hasn't been any hamas terrorist attacks since 2004, ignoring the daily barrage

Allen Boyd

2:25:12 to 2:25:22( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: of rockets coming into the south since hamas took over. missiles being lobbed at schools, at hospitals. i believe there is a responsibility that former president carter let me just say again

Allen Boyd

2:25:22 to 2:25:34( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: that it's always such a pleasure to work with my wonderful mentor, mr. lantos, on all of these issues dealing with the middle east and i hope to be working with him in an even closer manner in

Allen Boyd

2:25:34 to 2:25:48( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: the future. he's been a true friend and also chairman hyde who's been very generous in allowing all of the bills from our middle east and central asia subcommittee to come to the floor of the

Allen Boyd

2:25:48 to 2:26:01( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: house. we hope that this is just the beginning of a long road to peace and security in the middle east. i thank mr. weiner for the wonnerful contributions that he made to the house text, and

Allen Boyd

2:26:01 to 2:26:13( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: we will work on those issues in the next session. in closing, mr. speaker, i would simply emphasize that this bill is but the beginning of our efforts to deny hamas or any other foreign terrorist

Allen Boyd

2:26:13 to 2:26:27( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: organization the economic resources, the political legitimacy, and the excuses to pursue their threatening agenda. hamas and others islamic terrorists entities and their supporters are now

Allen Boyd

2:26:27 to 2:26:42( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: put on notice. we clearly outline in this bill the path to peace and security. requirements that include those outlined in international agreements. it is up to hamas leaders to heed this call. if

Allen Boyd

2:26:42 to 2:26:59( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: they don't, we will return to the floor next year to address developments on the ground. until that time, we must undertake efforts to ensure that the united states taxpayers are not directly nor

Allen Boyd

2:26:59 to 2:27:10( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: indirectly contributing to hamas activities and policies. this bill, senate bill 2370, provides a critical tool towards such protections and safeguards. i ask my colleagues to render their

Allen Boyd

2:27:10 to 2:27:24( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: full support for this bill. i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the question is will the house suspend the rules and pass senate 2370. so many as are in favor say aye.

Allen Boyd

2:27:24 to 2:27:35( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 of those voting having responded in the affirmative, the rules are suspended, the bill is passed, and without objection the motion to reconsider

Allen Boyd

2:27:35 to 2:27:47( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: is laid upon the table. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from texas rise? mr. hensarling: i move to suspend the rules and pass the bill h.r. 6345. the speaker pro

Allen Boyd

2:27:47 to 2:28:05( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: h.r. 6345, a bill to make a conforming amendment to the federal deposit insurance act with respect to examinations of certain

Allen Boyd

2:28:05 to 2:28:19( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: insured depository institutions, and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from texas, mr. hensarling, and the gentleman from massachusetts, mr.

Allen Boyd

2:28:19 to 2:28:31( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: frank, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from texas. mr. hensarling: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and

Allen Boyd

2:28:31 to 2:28:47( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: extend their remarks and include extraneous material on h.r. 6245. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. hensarling: i yield myself such time as i may consume. mr. speaker, i rise

Allen Boyd

2:28:47 to 2:28:58( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: today in strong support of h.r. 6345, which makes a minor but important change to the financial services regulatory relief act of 2006. the regulatory relief act, a strong bipartisan bill,

Allen Boyd

2:28:58 to 2:29:09( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: which was recently signed into law, is a strong first step in reducing the excessive regulatory burden on america's insured financial institutions. in order to benefit consumers and to benefit

Allen Boyd

2:29:09 to 2:29:24( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: the overall economy. this bill which is virtually identical to the provision included in our house regulatory relief bill, which passed with overwhelming bipartisan support, and which

Allen Boyd

2:29:24 to 2:29:39( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: i had the honor to co-author, will make it even better. h.r. 6345, which is sponsored by subcommittee chairman baucus , as well as chairman oxley, and ranking member frank gives banking

Allen Boyd

2:29:39 to 2:29:51( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: regulators the discretion to grant well managed and well capitalized institutions with good ratings an 18-month bank examination cycle rather than a 12-month cycle. the bill that we are considering

Allen Boyd

2:29:51 to 2:30:06( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: today is consistent with the goals of the regulatory relief act that again was signed recently into law. prior to passage of the regulatory relief act, well managed, well capitalized, insured

Allen Boyd

2:30:06 to 2:30:19( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: depository institutions that had less than $250 million in total assets and that had an outstanding ratings qualified for an 18-month exam cycle instead of the 12-month exam cycle. in addition the

Allen Boyd

2:30:19 to 2:30:33( Edit History Discussion )

Allen Boyd: federal banking regulators had the discretion to grant through regulation eligibility for the 18-month cycle to well capitalize and well manage institutions with the good rating which the

Mike Ross

2:30:33 to 2:30:45( Edit History Discussion )

Mike Ross: regulators have indeed done. the regulatory relief act of 2006 included language to extend the exam cycle from 12 to 18 months only for outstanding rated institutions with assets up to half

Mike Ross

2:30:33 to 2:32:25( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Mike Ross

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