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House Proceeding 12-11-07 on Dec 11th, 2007 :: 2:28:55 to 2:30:00
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George Miller

2:25:22 to 2:28:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: George Miller

George Miller

2:28:40 to 2:28:55( Edit History Discussion )

George Miller: for the draft. thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. the gentleman from california. mr. issa: thank you, mr. speaker. often the most absurd example is what forces us to

Darrell E. Issa

2:28:55 to 2:29:12( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: look and look more carefully at flaws in our legislation. this one is a good example. chris is a citizen of the united states who has been employed at the department of veterans affairs medical

Darrell E. Issa

2:28:55 to 2:30:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Darrell E. Issa

Darrell E. Issa

2:29:12 to 2:29:28( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: center in san francisco for the last 16 years. he was foreign in the philippines and has been an american father since 1968 and was sworn in as a u.s. citizen in 1990. but there lies the rub.

Darrell E. Issa

2:29:28 to 2:29:46( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: he was sworn in as an american citizen. he came here after, from the philippines, after he turned 18 unaware that he should register with the selective service, after there was in fact no draft or

Darrell E. Issa

2:29:46 to 2:30:00( Edit History Discussion )

Darrell E. Issa: likelihood of anyone being called if they did. he failed to do so. . in -- he did try, though, when he discovered that this was a life-time requirement in 1994, but in fact, this was not

2:30:00 to 2:30:14( Edit History Discussion )

allowed. this is a gentleman who has been a good citizen, who in fact fell through the cracks. this legislation today, after careful scrutiny, in harmony with many organizations, but most importantly

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