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Senate Proceeding on Sep 11th, 2008 :: 7:07:45 to 7:08:49
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Carl Levin

7:07:26 to 7:07:45( Edit History Discussion )

Carl Levin: was in office, 22.7 million new jobs were created over that eight-year period. that is a strong record of job creation. since president bush has been in office, we have created fewer than 6 million new

Jim DeMint

7:07:45 to 7:08:01( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: jobs. 22.7 million -- fewer than 6 million. that is a real difference. under president clinton, 6 million americans were lifted out of poverty. that is pretty good. under president george w. bush, over

Jim DeMint

7:07:45 to 7:08:49( Edit History Discussion )
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Jim DeMint

7:08:01 to 7:08:16( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: the same period of time, 6 million americans have slipped out of the middle class and into poverty. under clinton, 6 million people rise above poverty; under bush, 6 million more americans slip into

Jim DeMint

7:08:16 to 7:08:35( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: poverty. mr. president, are those the economic policies that we want to continue for another four years? now, we have a national debt right now which is an incredible disgrace. it is a debt that

Jim DeMint

7:08:35 to 7:08:49( Edit History Discussion )

Jim DeMint: we're leaving it our kids and our grandchildren, and i always find it ironic, mr. president, that ourepublican friends pose as the party of fiscal responsibility. oh, they're just staying up nights

Carl Levin

7:08:49 to 7:09:05( Edit History Discussion )

Carl Levin: worrying about earmarks, just worrying about everything. under president george w. bush, the national debt has increased by $3 trillion. we're closing in on $10 trillion $10 trillion. under president clinton,

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