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Senate Proceeding on Aug 4th, 2010 :: 0:25:05 to 0:26:30
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Judd Gregg

0:25:02 to 0:25:24( Edit History Discussion )

Judd Gregg: to spend more money at a time when most states are cutting state budgets so balance their budgets. mr. gregg: well, i thank the senator from tennessee, who is not only a former governor, but also the former secretary of education has really framed the question adequately and very accurately.

Judd Gregg

0:25:05 to 0:26:30( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Judd Gregg

Judd Gregg

0:25:25 to 0:25:45( Edit History Discussion )

Judd Gregg: and that is this, why should the federal government be saying to the states, we're going to give you some money, but we're going to attach this money a whole lot of strings. and the basic strings are these, that unless you spend a heck of a lot more money, you're not going to get this money. and it does appear that it is focused on a special interest

Judd Gregg

0:25:46 to 0:26:07( Edit History Discussion )

Judd Gregg: group, does it not? th teachers union. it appears that this is more or less a commitment to take care of this constituency out there at the expense ironically, of a lot of people who are unemployed in those states. you know, we use the term multinational corporation around

Judd Gregg

0:26:08 to 0:26:28( Edit History Discussion )

Judd Gregg: here like that's some sort of evil empire. well, i've got a few multinational corporations in new hampshire. i suspect you do in tennessee. and they employ people. and if you raise their taxes by $10 billion, they're going to employ a lot less or they're going to send them overseas.

Judd Gregg

0:26:29 to 0:26:30( Edit History Discussion )

Judd Gregg: we used to hear around here constantly about outsourcing

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