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House Proceeding on Dec 12th, 2007 :: 2:01:36 to 2:04:11
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Doc Hastings

1:59:21 to 2:01:36( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Doc Hastings

Doc Hastings

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

Doc Hastings: alternative minimum tax. in my southern arizona district, over 40,000 families are going to be directly impacted if this congress and our president do not take action. the a.m.t. was never intended

Doc Hastings

2:01:24 to 2:01:39( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: alternative minimum tax. in my southern arizona district, over 40,000 families are going to be directly impacted if this congress and our president do not take action. the a.m.t. was never intended

Doc Hastings

2:01:30 to 2:01:41( Edit History Discussion )

Doc Hastings: to impact middle-class families. that is why we must fix this tax that allows families instead to make decisions about investing into their futures. this is a critical, critical priority, and as a blue

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:01:36 to 2:01:47( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: to impact middle-class families. that is why we must fix this tax that allows families instead to make decisions about investing into their futures. this is a critical, critical priority, and as a blue

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:01:36 to 2:04:11( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dennis A. Cardoza

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:01:39 to 2:01:50( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: to impact middle-class families. that is why we must fix this tax that allows families instead to make decisions about investing into their futures. this is a critical, critical priority, and as a blue

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:01:41 to 2:01:57( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: dog member, i am please ed that this bill also respects what americans respect, what arizonan arizonans respect, which is t, fiscal accountability. and that is why this bill is offsetted in terms of closing a tax

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:01:47 to 2:02:03( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: dog member, i am please ed that this bill also respects what americans respect, what arizonan arizonans respect, which is t, fiscal accountability. and that is why this bill is offsetted in terms of closing a tax

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:01:50 to 2:02:06( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: dog member, i am please ed that this bill also respects what americans respect, what arizonan arizonans respect, which is t, fiscal accountability. and that is why this bill is offsetted in terms of closing a tax

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:01:57 to 2:02:11( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: loophole. congress has to play by the same rules that our families in america play by, balance ing budgets, being fiscally responsible. and this is a priority that we're going to continue to push and

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:03 to 2:02:17( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: loophole. congress has to play by the same rules that our families in america play by, balance ing budgets, being fiscally responsible. and this is a priority that we're going to continue to push and

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:06 to 2:02:20( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: loophole. congress has to play by the same rules that our families in america play by, balance ing budgets, being fiscally responsible. and this is a priority that we're going to continue to push and

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:11 to 2:02:22( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: push and push. today we're standing strong for tax policy ies that help middle- middle-class families, the backbone of america. and i urge members to support the rule and support fixing the a.m.t.

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:17 to 2:02:28( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: push and push. today we're standing strong for tax policy ies that help middle- middle-class families, the backbone of america. and i urge members to support the rule and support fixing the a.m.t.

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:20 to 2:02:31( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: push and push. today we're standing strong for tax policy ies that help middle- middle-class families, the backbone of america. and i urge members to support the rule and support fixing the a.m.t.

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:22 to 2:02:34( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. cardoza: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i'd like to yield three minutes to the gentleman from tennessee, a member of

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:28 to 2:02:40( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. cardoza: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i'd like to yield three minutes to the gentleman from tennessee, a member of

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:31 to 2:02:43( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: thank you. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california. mr. cardoza: thank you, madam speaker. at this time i'd like to yield three minutes to the gentleman from tennessee, a member of

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:34 to 2:02:48( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: the ways and means committee, a founding member of the blue dog coalition, and absolute champion on the issue of fiscal responsibility and making sure that this house returns to fiscal sanity. the speaker

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:40 to 2:02:54( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: the ways and means committee, a founding member of the blue dog coalition, and absolute champion on the issue of fiscal responsibility and making sure that this house returns to fiscal sanity. the speaker

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:43 to 2:02:57( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: the ways and means committee, a founding member of the blue dog coalition, and absolute champion on the issue of fiscal responsibility and making sure that this house returns to fiscal sanity. the speaker

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:48 to 2:03:01( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: pro tempore: the gentleman' s recognized for three minutes. >> thank you, mr. cardoza. and madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection.

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:54 to 2:03:07( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: pro tempore: the gentleman' s recognized for three minutes. >> thank you, mr. cardoza. and madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection.

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:02:57 to 2:03:10( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: pro tempore: the gentleman' s recognized for three minutes. >> thank you, mr. cardoza. and madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent to revise and extend my remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection.

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:01 to 2:03:12( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: mr. tanner: madam speaker, this rule embodies a founding principle of our country, and that is to live within our means and pay our bills. there are some folks around here who apparently don't believe

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:07 to 2:03:18( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: mr. tanner: madam speaker, this rule embodies a founding principle of our country, and that is to live within our means and pay our bills. there are some folks around here who apparently don't believe

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:10 to 2:03:21( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: mr. tanner: madam speaker, this rule embodies a founding principle of our country, and that is to live within our means and pay our bills. there are some folks around here who apparently don't believe

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:12 to 2:03:22( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: the laws arithmetic apply past the steps of the capitol or the front door of the white house. well, they do. and there are some who have said deficits don't matter. well, if that was true, we'd just borrow

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:18 to 2:03:28( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: the laws arithmetic apply past the steps of the capitol or the front door of the white house. well, they do. and there are some who have said deficits don't matter. well, if that was true, we'd just borrow

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:21 to 2:03:31( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: the laws arithmetic apply past the steps of the capitol or the front door of the white house. well, they do. and there are some who have said deficits don't matter. well, if that was true, we'd just borrow

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:22 to 2:03:42( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: what we need to get along and forget about it, not have any tax code at all. everybody knows that that is ludicrous. what we have witnessed over the last 72 months is something that has not occurred

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:28 to 2:03:48( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: what we need to get along and forget about it, not have any tax code at all. everybody knows that that is ludicrous. what we have witnessed over the last 72 months is something that has not occurred

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:31 to 2:03:51( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: what we need to get along and forget about it, not have any tax code at all. everybody knows that that is ludicrous. what we have witnessed over the last 72 months is something that has not occurred

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:42 to 2:03:54( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: in the history of this country since 1776, and that is the willful and knowing plunge into debt by our continue continued refusal to pay our bills. when they say we can pass the a.m.t. fix and we don't

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:48 to 2:04:00( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: in the history of this country since 1776, and that is the willful and knowing plunge into debt by our continue continued refusal to pay our bills. when they say we can pass the a.m.t. fix and we don't

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:51 to 2:04:03( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: in the history of this country since 1776, and that is the willful and knowing plunge into debt by our continue continued refusal to pay our bills. when they say we can pass the a.m.t. fix and we don't

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:03:54 to 2:04:05( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: have to pay for it because it was never intended on these folks, and therefore, it doesn't exist, if i said that in tennessee it, , they would say that fellow has been in washington too long, we've

Dennis A. Cardoza

2:04:00 to 2:04:11( Edit History Discussion )

Dennis A. Cardoza: have to pay for it because it was never intended on these folks, and therefore, it doesn't exist, if i said that in tennessee it, , they would say that fellow has been in washington too long, we've

2:04:03 to 2:04:14( Edit History Discussion )

have to pay for it because it was never intended on these folks, and therefore, it doesn't exist, if i said that in tennessee it, , they would say that fellow has been in washington too long, we've

2:04:05 to 2:04:18( Edit History Discussion )

got to get him home. that is absurd. the arguments to justify borrow borrowing more money right now for all future generations plus us, to me, are the worst of political rhetoric. somebody's going to

2:04:11 to 2:04:24( Edit History Discussion )

got to get him home. that is absurd. the arguments to justify borrow borrowing more money right now for all future generations plus us, to me, are the worst of political rhetoric. somebody's going to

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