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Senate Proceeding 07-14-09 on Jul 14th, 2009 :: 0:21:25 to 0:23:00
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Roger F. Wicker

0:21:21 to 0:21:42( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: back of the fance committee and let's do the job right. a senator: if the senator would yield? mr. roberts to yield. a senator: i thank the senator from kansas for his remarks. i think it's really interesting and perhaps symbolic that his wall or off of his belt when he

Roger F. Wicker

0:21:25 to 0:23:00( Edit History Discussion )
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Roger F. Wicker

0:21:43 to 0:22:03( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: was beginning to make his remarks. mr. wicker: i think perhaps that's symbolic of what we're beginning to and also in the house of representatives from the public. and it's not wing. it's from mainstream media. it's from "the washington post" last friday.

Roger F. Wicker

0:22:04 to 0:22:25( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: it's from liberal commentators like michael who say let's slow down on this. i think what the americans might be saying is that they've gone through this hierarchy of decision making and that this is they were promised last year.

Roger F. Wicker

0:22:26 to 0:22:46( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: we were told health care would save money for americans. now we hear it's going to cost $1 trillion to $2 t perhaps even $3 trillion. we were told that americans were satisfied with -- who were satisfied with their insurance would be able to keep t. now we're tolwill be able to move in a a public plan. we didn't hear about cuts to

Roger F. Wicker

0:22:47 to 0:23:02( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: medicare when this was being debated last year in a presidential campaign. and we certainly didn't hear about higher taxes on middle-incom so i was glad to help the senator from kansas avoid taking

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