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Senate Proceeding on Jun 2nd, 2008 :: 2:09:27 to 2:10:54
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Joseph Lieberman

2:09:12 to 2:09:27( Edit History Discussion )

Joseph Lieberman: legislation, come to the floor. let's debate it and go to the amendments. i thank the chair. the presiding officer: the senator from tennessee. mr. corker: i was in my home state last week, mr. president, and

Bob Corker

2:09:27 to 2:09:39( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: i can tell you the american people have a very low knowledge of this bill and certainly of the vocabulary in it. i think the 30 hours that we will spend on this floor talking about a bill that

Bob Corker

2:09:27 to 2:10:54( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Bob Corker

Bob Corker

2:09:39 to 2:09:50( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: is so important, so important to the environment, so important to energy security at a time when gasoline prices are where they are combined with the fact that people care deeply about the environment

Bob Corker

2:09:50 to 2:10:03( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: is most appropriate. my guess is that we're going to have a lot of technical amendments, using language that most people in this body do not use. we will talk about an unanimous consent agreement

Bob Corker

2:10:03 to 2:10:16( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: shup process that has never been put in place in this country and allocation process that we allocate trillions of dollars to people around this country. i think for us to spend 30 hours talking about

Bob Corker

2:10:16 to 2:10:54( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: that so that all senators are fully aware of what this bill says, prior to voting on amendments, is most appropriate. i would think that people who have spent a year putting this bill together would

2:10:54 to 2:11:34( Edit History Discussion )

relish the time to talk about what this bill actually does and what it says. i look forward to being a very active particpant in that and i thank the sponsors for bringing this forward. mr. lieberman:

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