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Senate Proceeding on Jul 31st, 2008 :: 0:21:10 to 0:24:17
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Christopher S. Bond

0:09:03 to 0:21:10( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Christopher S. Bond

Christopher S. Bond

0:20:54 to 0:21:10( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher S. Bond: action now to lower gas prices. that means new offshore supplies to get prices down. that's the position that the republican senators, the republican senator from arizona, our nominee for president,

John Cornyn

0:21:10 to 0:21:28( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: are pushing pushing for. new offshore oil supplies for american families, new offshore supplies for our farmers, new offshore oil supplies for our truckers. that is the only real hope for gas price

John Cornyn

0:21:10 to 0:24:17( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: John Cornyn

John Cornyn

0:21:28 to 0:21:46( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: relief. i would beg the senate leadership to let us move now. failure to do so will assure the american people that they will go another month while we're out of session and done nothing but talk hot air

John Cornyn

0:21:46 to 0:21:57( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: and suggest putting hot air into car tires. mr. president, i yield the floor floor. mr. cornyn: mr. president? ? the presiding officer: the senator from texas. mr. cornyn: mr. president, i'd ask unanimous

John Cornyn

0:21:57 to 0:22:17( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: consent that senator martinez, the senator from florida, and senator gregg, the senator from new hampshire, and i be allowed to engage in a colloquy. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. cornyn:

John Cornyn

0:22:17 to 0:22:33( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: i thank the chair. let me just -- lelt me let me just say -- the presiding officer: there's less than eight minutes remain remaining. -- in morning business. mr. cornyn: mr. president, i was under the

John Cornyn

0:22:33 to 0:23:02( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: impression that there was a longer period of time. may i ask what the order of business is following the expiration of morning business? the presiding officer: 30 minutes of debate controlled by the minority

John Cornyn

0:23:02 to 0:23:13( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: on the motion to proceed to the defense bill. mr. cornyn: i thank the chair. mr. president, we're going to have a vote on the motion to proceed to the defense authorization bill. the distinguished

John Cornyn

0:23:13 to 0:23:26( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: occupant of the chair, myself, senator martinez, all sit on the armed services committee. we all know how important this piece of legislation is, and it's -- i have every confidence that we will

John Cornyn

0:23:26 to 0:23:43( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: ultimately -- at least i sure hope -- every confidence we will get to and pass a defense authorization bill. but i would just point out that for the last two weeks we've had a series of attempts by

John Cornyn

0:23:43 to 0:24:01( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: the majority to get us off of the single-most important issue face facing the country today, and that is high energy prices, particularly high gasoline price prices. and my speculation is that this amendment

John Cornyn

0:24:01 to 0:24:17( Edit History Discussion )

John Cornyn: .attempt will fail as well. we believe we should not leave here. we believe we should not adjourn for the summer -- or the august recess without addressing this pressing issue. and it touches everybody

Judd Gregg

0:24:17 to 0:24:33( Edit History Discussion )

Judd Gregg: in the country, rich or poor, regardless of circumstances and life, and it's also driving up the price of food and threaten threatening inflation, which is going to threaten our economy regardless of

Judd Gregg

0:24:17 to 0:28:50( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Judd Gregg

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