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Senate Proceeding on Apr 21st, 2010 :: 1:13:10 to 1:14:29
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Bob Corker

1:13:06 to 1:13:27( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: americans can go to work. thank you, mr. corker: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from tennessee is recognized. mr. corker: typically when i come to the floor and it's time to speak, you don't like to wait for another senator to speak, you want to speak and go back, but i'm so glad today to have the opportunity to hear the senator from texas. i want to say that both of the

Bob Corker

1:13:10 to 1:14:29( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Bob Corker

Bob Corker

1:13:28 to 1:13:48( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: federal reserve leaders, both in kansas city and dallas, i think have added tremendously to this debate and no one has been a more -- more of a supporter -- supporter for community banks than the senat from texas. everything you said, senator, regarding the fed keeping

Bob Corker

1:13:49 to 1:14:11( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: community banks, i could not agree more with. my sense is that by the time the bill comes to the floor, it will either have that in it or let me just say to you right now i will cosponsor the legislation or the amendment that you bring forth because i think you're absolutely right that the federal reserve should keep the

Bob Corker

1:14:12 to 1:14:29( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: smaller members, and the fact is that this rearranging the deck chairs serves no purpose. so i could not agree with you more. i also agree with you regarding the divatives, which leads in -- i notice you have the microphone. if you want to make a comment. i'm going to lead into comments based derivatives. but, mr. preside, if it's

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