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Senate Proceeding on Mar 10th, 2010 :: 1:09:55 to 1:11:20
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Sam Brownback

1:09:51 to 1:10:11( Edit History Discussion )

Sam Brownback: the senate side to see if we're going to listen to the people and stop this bill, go back to the drawing board and try something that works. a senator: i would just that that is the case. why is it that the speaker is saying we have to pass the bill to see what's in it? mr. brownback: they are going to hold it back until they break

Sam Brownback

1:09:55 to 1:11:20( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Sam Brownback

Sam Brownback

1:10:12 to 1:10:32( Edit History Discussion )

Sam Brownback: enough arms to get a majority vote and then pop it out, and then it will be an hour's debate on a sixth of the economy being changed. we saw that same procedure here when majority leader reid was crafting this bill behind closed doors and nobody knew what -- knew what was in the bill, and then pop it out when you've got the deal, when you have made enough deals, broken enough

Sam Brownback

1:10:33 to 1:10:54( Edit History Discussion )

Sam Brownback: arms, then we could pass this. that's no way to have a process like this. that's no way to effect this big a piece of the economy that touches every american's lives in the process. i would urge the speaker not to do something le this, to listen to the american public and follow normal order. they could send this back to the committee, to the finance and

Sam Brownback

1:10:55 to 1:11:15( Edit History Discussion )

Sam Brownback: the "help" committee, work a bipartisan agreement on this, say we have got to hit this number or that, let's do an incremental approach, and come out with a bill that would have 75 votes. that is doable. we put forward a whole bunch of ideas at the blair house. here are different things that we would support. put out a long day of discussion. that's the normal order that

Sam Brownback

1:11:16 to 1:11:21( Edit History Discussion )

Sam Brownback: produces good legislation that will stand the test of time. this will not stand the test of

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