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House Proceeding on Dec 12th, 2007 :: 1:44:02 to 1:45:57
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1:43:49 to 1:44:02( Edit History Discussion )

and come to anme agreement as quickly as possible. we know what that agreement is. we know what we're going to agree to. we're going to agree to what we've done in the past, a one-year patch

1:43:52 to 1:44:05( Edit History Discussion )

and come to anme agreement as quickly as possible. we know what that agreement is. we know what we're going to agree to. we're going to agree to what we've done in the past, a one-year patch

Dan Burton

1:43:56 to 1:44:10( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: to ensure that these 23 million americans don't get this massive tax increase. madam speaker, as i listen to my colleagues -- i was just told by one of our staff members that they've been

Dan Burton

1:44:02 to 1:44:16( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: to ensure that these 23 million americans don't get this massive tax increase. madam speaker, as i listen to my colleagues -- i was just told by one of our staff members that they've been

Dan Burton

1:44:02 to 1:45:57( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dan Burton

Dan Burton

1:44:05 to 1:44:19( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: to ensure that these 23 million americans don't get this massive tax increase. madam speaker, as i listen to my colleagues -- i was just told by one of our staff members that they've been

Dan Burton

1:44:10 to 1:44:25( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: talking about how horrible the last six years have been, how awful the last six years have been. well, i'd like to remind -- i'd like to remind our colleagues of the fact that we got a report

Dan Burton

1:44:16 to 1:44:31( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: talking about how horrible the last six years have been, how awful the last six years have been. well, i'd like to remind -- i'd like to remind our colleagues of the fact that we got a report

Dan Burton

1:44:19 to 1:44:34( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: talking about how horrible the last six years have been, how awful the last six years have been. well, i'd like to remind -- i'd like to remind our colleagues of the fact that we got a report

Dan Burton

1:44:25 to 1:44:39( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: two weeks ago of the third quarter gross domestic product rate that we've had in this country. it's 4.9%. i'd like to remind my colleagues who continue to wring their hands over the deficit,

Dan Burton

1:44:31 to 1:44:45( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: two weeks ago of the third quarter gross domestic product rate that we've had in this country. it's 4.9%. i'd like to remind my colleagues who continue to wring their hands over the deficit,

Dan Burton

1:44:34 to 1:44:48( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: two weeks ago of the third quarter gross domestic product rate that we've had in this country. it's 4.9%. i'd like to remind my colleagues who continue to wring their hands over the deficit,

Dan Burton

1:44:39 to 1:44:57( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: yes, i'd like to see the deficit lower, but as a percentage of the gross domestic product, it's $81 billion lower than had been projected in february of this year, putting in $164 billion. now

Dan Burton

1:44:45 to 1:45:03( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: yes, i'd like to see the deficit lower, but as a percentage of the gross domestic product, it's $81 billion lower than had been projected in february of this year, putting in $164 billion. now

Dan Burton

1:44:48 to 1:45:06( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: yes, i'd like to see the deficit lower, but as a percentage of the gross domestic product, it's $81 billion lower than had been projected in february of this year, putting in $164 billion. now

Dan Burton

1:44:57 to 1:45:04( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: people don't often think about the fact that the unite states of america, as a -- has a $13.3 trillion -- a $13.3 trillion economy. clearly the most strongest economy that the world has

Dan Burton

1:45:03 to 1:45:10( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: people don't often think about the fact that the unite states of america, as a -- has a $13.3 trillion -- a $13.3 trillion economy. clearly the most strongest economy that the world has

Dan Burton

1:45:04 to 1:45:20( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: ever known. do we have problems? of course we do. i mentioned at the outset, one of the communities i represent in southern california, the subprime issue is something with which we're trying to contend

Dan Burton

1:45:06 to 1:45:13( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: people don't often think about the fact that the unite states of america, as a -- has a $13.3 trillion -- a $13.3 trillion economy. clearly the most strongest economy that the world has

Dan Burton

1:45:10 to 1:45:26( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: ever known. do we have problems? of course we do. i mentioned at the outset, one of the communities i represent in southern california, the subprime issue is something with which we're trying to contend

Dan Burton

1:45:13 to 1:45:29( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: ever known. do we have problems? of course we do. i mentioned at the outset, one of the communities i represent in southern california, the subprime issue is something with which we're trying to contend

Dan Burton

1:45:20 to 1:45:30( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: and to work through. if you look at the value of the currency, if you look at lots of other issues out there, we do have problems. but this notion of claiming that the last six years have been

Dan Burton

1:45:26 to 1:45:36( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: and to work through. if you look at the value of the currency, if you look at lots of other issues out there, we do have problems. but this notion of claiming that the last six years have been

Dan Burton

1:45:29 to 1:45:39( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: and to work through. if you look at the value of the currency, if you look at lots of other issues out there, we do have problems. but this notion of claiming that the last six years have been

Dan Burton

1:45:30 to 1:45:38( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: a living hell for all americans is prepostruss. what we need to do is make sure we can do everything we possibly can to rein in wasteful spending, make sure we open up markets around the

Dan Burton

1:45:36 to 1:45:44( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: a living hell for all americans is prepostruss. what we need to do is make sure we can do everything we possibly can to rein in wasteful spending, make sure we open up markets around the

Dan Burton

1:45:38 to 1:45:51( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: world for u.s. workers to be able to export into those markets. we need to make sure we continue cutting taxes so that we can see the kind of economic growth that we've been enjoying in the

Dan Burton

1:45:39 to 1:45:47( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: a living hell for all americans is prepostruss. what we need to do is make sure we can do everything we possibly can to rein in wasteful spending, make sure we open up markets around the

Dan Burton

1:45:44 to 1:45:57( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: world for u.s. workers to be able to export into those markets. we need to make sure we continue cutting taxes so that we can see the kind of economic growth that we've been enjoying in the

Dan Burton

1:45:47 to 1:46:00( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: world for u.s. workers to be able to export into those markets. we need to make sure we continue cutting taxes so that we can see the kind of economic growth that we've been enjoying in the

Dan Burton

1:45:51 to 1:46:06( Edit History Discussion )

Dan Burton: past. and so that's why it's silly for us to be sitting around wasting our time, wasting our time doing exactly what we did last week on this so-called alternative minimum tax when we know

Michael Arcuri

1:45:57 to 1:46:12( Edit History Discussion )

Michael Arcuri: past. and so that's why it's silly for us to be sitting around wasting our time, wasting our time doing exactly what we did last week on this so-called alternative minimum tax when we know

Michael Arcuri

1:45:57 to 1:47:12( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Michael Arcuri

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