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Senate Proceeding on Apr 23rd, 2009 :: 0:08:20 to 0:09:45
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Mitch McConnell

0:08:16 to 0:08:39( Edit History Discussion )

Mitch McConnell: to agree to have this nomination? mr. mcconnell: madam president, i would say to my good friend, the majority leader, not at this time. madam president? republican leader. mr. mcconnell: madam president, later this morning president obama will speak at a days of remembrance

Mitch McConnell

0:08:20 to 0:09:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell

0:08:40 to 0:09:00( Edit History Discussion )

Mitch McConnell: ceremony here at the capitol rotunda, an annual event established by congress as a living memorial to the victims of the holocaust. throughout the week, communities across kentucky and the nation held events to commemorate this solemn occasion. as we remember the terrible sufferings of the jewish people and others who have suffered and

Mitch McConnell

0:09:01 to 0:09:25( Edit History Discussion )

Mitch McConnell: who continue to suffer at the hands of hatred and intolerance, we spread one of the mos enduring lessons of the holocaust, that evil exists in the world, and that it is the responsibility of free and just nations to protect the innocent by speaking up for all those who cannot speak for themselves.

Mitch McConnell

0:09:26 to 0:09:46( Edit History Discussion )

Mitch McConnell: the theme of the 2009 days remembrance is "never again: what you do matters." those words should serve as a reminder to all of us that anti-semitism and other forms of religious hatred are as real today as they were in the middle of the last century and that the best way to honor the holocaust is for us to work

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