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Senate Proceeding on Sep 28th, 2010 :: 1:27:45 to 1:30:35
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Sherrod Brown

1:27:42 to 1:28:03( Edit History Discussion )

Sherrod Brown: bleeding, stop the shipping of jobs overseas and give us the opportunity to make it in america again. mr. brown: will the senator yield? ms. stabenow: yes. mr. brown: thank you for your good efforts. it was 10 years ago this month that the united states senate

Sherrod Brown

1:27:45 to 1:30:35( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Sherrod Brown

Sherrod Brown

1:28:04 to 1:28:24( Edit History Discussion )

Sherrod Brown: passed the perform normal trade relations with china, initially it was called most favored nation status. they dressed it up, cleaned it up, put lipstick on the pig and decided to call it something else and we know what it's done to our country. we've had a trade deficit with china of fairly low double digits back 10 years ago.

Sherrod Brown

1:28:25 to 1:28:47( Edit History Discussion )

Sherrod Brown: today our bilateral trade deficit with china is $260 billion -- i believe last year $240 billion. the first president bush sai said $1 billion trade deficit translates into 13,000 jobs. if you have a trade surplus of a bdz, you have 13,000 gained jobs, if you have a trade

Sherrod Brown

1:28:48 to 1:29:10( Edit History Discussion )

Sherrod Brown: deficit, you have a 13,000 job loss. we have a trade deficit of china alone of $260 billion. so we know what that means. you look at what this pntr with nine has done. you look at -- with china has ton. you look at what tax law and trade law together has done to

Sherrod Brown

1:29:11 to 1:29:32( Edit History Discussion )

Sherrod Brown: our middle class, to our manufacturing base in ohio, monroe, michigan, and points north and south of there and it is based on a sort of cynical plan that not since colonial times we have seen in the world. that is where an industry will close manufacturing in our

Sherrod Brown

1:29:33 to 1:29:54( Edit History Discussion )

Sherrod Brown: country, they'll move their production; build factories in another country and sell products back in the u.s. never have a number of large industries done that before and now we're seeing what damage it caused to the middle class. we see the manufacturing job loss, we went from a million manufacturing jobs 10 years ago

Sherrod Brown

1:29:55 to 1:30:16( Edit History Discussion )

Sherrod Brown: and then during the bush era it -- we are seeing progress, this legislation's progress, clearly, i'm hopeful that our republican colleagues won't object as they typically have. they know people that have lost jobs i assume and they understand that. we've also seen -- the presiding officer: all

Sherrod Brown

1:30:17 to 1:30:36( Edit History Discussion )

Sherrod Brown: time for debate has mr. brown: thanks, phr-p. the presiding officer: -- mr. president. the presiding officer: the clerk will report the motion to -l eufpb sroebg cloture vote -- to invoke cloture. the clerk: we here move to bring to a close debate on the motion to proceed to calendar number 578, s. 3816, the creating american jobs and

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