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Senate Proceeding on Jun 2nd, 2008 :: 0:27:48 to 0:30:04
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John Warner

0:17:22 to 0:27:48( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Warner

John Warner

0:27:35 to 0:27:48( Edit History Discussion )

John Warner: option, mr. president. mr. president, how much time do i have under the ten minutes? the presiding officer: one minute remains. mr. warner: i yield that back to my distinguished colleague from connecticut

Joseph Lieberman

0:27:48 to 0:28:02( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: to wrap up for the two of us, in one minute, one year's work. the presiding officer: the senator from connecticut. mr. lieberman: i thank my friend from virginia and thank him for an an excellent

Joseph Lieberman

0:27:48 to 0:30:04( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joseph Lieberman

Joseph Lieberman

0:28:02 to 0:28:17( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: statement. let's have a full and open debate in the classic and best senate traditions. let the amendments come forward. we believe so strongly this problem is too real and too urgent to keep saying

Joseph Lieberman

0:28:17 to 0:28:28( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: "no, no, no." we've come some distance in the senate's consideration or discussion off the senate floor about this. now it is pretty hard to find anyone who says what a lot of people used to say that

Joseph Lieberman

0:28:28 to 0:28:43( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: climate change is not occurring. just about everyone agrees it is. now the question is, what are we going to do about it? we have tried to fashion here -- i like what senator warner said -- a balanced,

Joseph Lieberman

0:28:43 to 0:29:01( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: middle of the road response to the problem of global warming which in dealing with that and climate change will be the energy independence declaration and program that america needs to secure our future

Joseph Lieberman

0:29:01 to 0:29:15( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: because you can't cut greenhouse gas emissions unless you cut depenned ensure on oil -- dependence on oil which mostly comes to america from abroad. this is an opportunity to deal with the big problem

Joseph Lieberman

0:29:15 to 0:29:34( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: with a big solution and truly to secure and better the future of our country and its people. i often say when people ask senator warner why he decided to join in the leadership on this, he responded

Joseph Lieberman

0:29:34 to 0:29:52( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: with quite remarkable brevity for a senator senator: science, grandchildren. the science speaks loudly that we have a problem. and he wants to feel on his watch, as we all should, that he did something to protect

Joseph Lieberman

0:29:52 to 0:30:04( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: his grandchildren and all of our grandchildren from that problem. that's what this legislation gives the senate an opportunity to do. i thank the chair. i yield the floor. the presiding officer:

Christopher S. Bond

0:30:04 to 0:30:26( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher S. Bond: the senator from missouri is recognized. mr. bond: mr. president, i commend my colleagues for fine remarks about the need to cut carbon emissions. i would agree with them on cutting carbon emissions.

Christopher S. Bond

0:30:04 to 0:40:48( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Christopher S. Bond

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