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Senate Proceeding on Apr 13th, 2011 :: 2:10:30 to 2:12:05
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Jeff Sessions

2:10:28 to 2:10:51( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: i think the legislative cap on spending is something that i worked with senator mccaskill on, you worked with her on, and has potential to help us deal with the crisis we're in. i would just agree with you and i truly feel that the american people have a a right to be angry with congress

Jeff Sessions

2:10:30 to 2:12:05( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Jeff Sessions

Jeff Sessions

2:10:52 to 2:11:13( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: congress has run up the largest deficits in history. we're on a trajectory that every witness we've had before the budget committee, and some fabulous witnesses outside the government, all of them say it's an unsustainable path that places our nation at risk. and we have no real plan to deal

Jeff Sessions

2:11:14 to 2:11:34( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: with it and we should never have been in such a deep hole. so i think people have a right to be upset with us. senator isakson, i know you're one of georgia's most successful and effective businessman, and you've been involved in -- in running the education department of the state of georgia.

Jeff Sessions

2:11:35 to 2:11:56( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: i guess i would ask you as a businessman and as a -- just an american citizen, how do you feel about where we are and do you think that we are in a serious crisis that requires us to alter our business as usual approach? do we have to take tough decisions or is it something

Jeff Sessions

2:11:57 to 2:12:05( Edit History Discussion )

Jeff Sessions: that we can sort of just hold off and maybe things will get better in the mr. isakson: i thank the gentleman from alabama for the question.

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