Metavid

Video archive of the US Congress

House Proceeding 12-16-09 on Dec 16th, 2009 :: 0:09:00 to 0:10:45
Total video length: 1 hours 6 minutes Stream Tools: Stream Overview | Edit Time

Note: MetaVid video transcripts may contain inaccuracies, help us build a more perfect archive

Download OptionsEmbed Video

Views:334 Duration: 0:01:45 Discussion

Previous speech: Next speech:

Dean Heller

0:08:56 to 0:09:16( Edit History Discussion )

Dean Heller: the majority. and i do like seeing us pay our bills because we have an international obligation to many of our creditors. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california reserves. the gentleman from nevada is recognized. mr. heller: thank you, madam speaker.

Dean Heller

0:09:00 to 0:10:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Dean Heller

Dean Heller

0:09:17 to 0:09:37( Edit History Discussion )

Dean Heller: i yield myself two minutes. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for two minutes. mr. heller: thank you, madam speaker. here we go again, christmas is a week away and congress is scrambling at the last minute just so that we can go home while americans are doing last-minute holiday shopping, the majority is doing its last-minute spending. this year americans are cutting back on their holiday shopping.

Dean Heller

0:09:38 to 0:10:01( Edit History Discussion )

Dean Heller: the average holiday spending by americans this year has dropped to $343 per person from $372 a year ago. you would think that during these tough times and most americans are forced to tight their belts, congress would do the same. no chance under this majority. this majority stumbled into 2009 with a budget that ra

Dean Heller

0:10:02 to 0:10:22( Edit History Discussion )

Dean Heller: the deficit by $1.8 trillion. then, congress decided to pass an $800 billion stimulus bill. $3 billion on cash for clunkers. $1.3 trillion on the trattic health care bill. $-- democratic health care bill. $1 trillion on cap and trade. and recently more billions was spent on washington, d.c.,

Dean Heller

0:10:23 to 0:10:43( Edit History Discussion )

Dean Heller: bureaucrats. after all this spending, the national debt is now $12 trillion. every american citizen will now owe more than $39,000 to pay for washington's spending. now, democrats want to raise more spending in 2010. the rule fat cat is the federal government which spends,

Dean Heller

0:10:44 to 0:10:45( Edit History Discussion )

Dean Heller: spends, spends while the american public gets stuck with

Personal tools

MetaVid is a non-profit project of UC Santa Cruz and the Sunlight Foundation. Learn more About MetaVid

The C-SPAN logo and other servicemarks that may be found in video content are the property of their respective trademark holders. None of these trademark holders are affiliated with Metavid