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Senate Proceeding 05-13-10 on May 13th, 2010 :: 5:25:10 to 5:27:10
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Jon Kyl

5:25:09 to 5:25:12( Edit History Discussion )

Jon Kyl: i don't know how to describe it

Ron Wyden

5:25:10 to 5:27:10( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Ron Wyden

Ron Wyden

5:25:13 to 5:25:34( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: any other way. but i don't think at this time in american history where the american people are this angry, this angry at the way washington, d.c., does business, that those who advocate secrecy are on the right side of history. i don't think they're going to

Ron Wyden

5:25:35 to 5:25:57( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: be able to defend in broad coalition. mr. president, senator grassley has worked with me on this for a decade. he has again and again championed the cause of trsparency and openness in government, not just on this

Ron Wyden

5:25:58 to 5:26:19( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: question of holds. these are colleagues, democrats and republicans, who want to show the american people that they're going to stand for open government and that they're going to do it in a way that the american people will say, those folks finally get it, instead of spending their time in these petty food fights, there are a group of democrats and

Ron Wyden

5:26:20 to 5:26:41( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: republicans who acted like aduments and got together and -- adults and got together and solved a major problem by eliminating secrecy and making government more open. so, mr. president, it's my intent to come back here,f possible, day in and day out until this changes. i think is is unconscionable. i could tell you, i've never

Ron Wyden

5:26:42 to 5:27:05( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: seen anything like this in my time in the united states senate. one last moment with no notice, trying to derail the cause of open government. i'm not going to stand for it. i don't think the american people are going to stand for it. and we will be back here for as long as it takes to bring some

Ron Wyden

5:27:06 to 5:27:11( Edit History Discussion )

Ron Wyden: real sunshine to this cause of the senate doing its business in public rather than in the shad

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