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Senate Proceeding 10-01-08 on Oct 1st, 2008 :: 1:02:55 to 1:07:24
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Barbara Mikulski

0:56:08 to 1:02:55( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Barbara Mikulski

Barbara Mikulski

1:02:41 to 1:02:55( Edit History Discussion )

Barbara Mikulski: i heard the taxpayers loud and clear. the presiding officer: the senator from connecticut. mr. dodd: madam president, once again i want to thank my colleague from maryland. we have served together

Christopher Dodd

1:02:55 to 1:03:08( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: a long time over the years. and her passion and eloquence are consistent. that same voice i heard several decades ago as a new member of the house of representatives and she has never retreated from those

Christopher Dodd

1:02:55 to 1:07:24( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Christopher Dodd

Christopher Dodd

1:03:08 to 1:03:26( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: values. and, once again i heard them again today. she is absolutely right in my view and i will speak why this is necessary but also as importantly the steps be taken that we never see america face

Christopher Dodd

1:03:26 to 1:03:41( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: a day like this one again. i ask unanimous consent -- let me send to the d.c -- no -- it's at the desk. madam president, let me do this. i ask unanimous consent that with respect to h.r. 1424, an

Christopher Dodd

1:03:41 to 1:04:03( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: addition to the control time specified in the measure that any other available time until 7:00 p.m. tomorrow be equally divided or controlled by the leaders or designees and when appropriate members speak in

Christopher Dodd

1:04:03 to 1:04:21( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: alternating fashion, democrat-republican, if do members of any one party speak sequentially due to availability then it be made available for two other senators speak sequentially. we ask remaining provisions

Christopher Dodd

1:04:21 to 1:04:44( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: of the order with respect to this measure -- with respect to this measure be in affect. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection, so ordered. the presiding officer: the senator

Christopher Dodd

1:04:44 to 1:05:01( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: from connecticut. the presiding officer: under the previous order the clerk will report. the senate will proceed to 1424, the clerk will report. the clerk: h.r. 1424, an act to amend section 71

Christopher Dodd

1:05:01 to 1:05:13( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: 26 the employment retirement income security act for 1974, and for other purposes. mr. dodd: i ask consent the bill be recorded and i would like to say the last unanimous consent. let me translate

Christopher Dodd

1:05:13 to 1:05:26( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: that in english, sometimes they are confusing. what we will try to do over the remaining 3 1/2 hours or so is to divide the time equally. i've asked members to try -- the minority side has agreed

Christopher Dodd

1:05:26 to 1:05:38( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: to limit their members to ten minutes each; i haven't made a similar request here but i will at some point if members are not understanding of the desire of everyone to be heard, or almost everyone, on this

Christopher Dodd

1:05:38 to 1:05:50( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: matter. at a point here in the next few minutes i'll share some racks that will explain how this bill has arrived to the point it has and why i think it's important we support this effort this evening.

Christopher Dodd

1:05:50 to 1:06:01( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: again, i'm very grateful. i will have some comments about judd gregg, my colleague from new hampshire. certainly max baucus, the chairman of the finance committee, has been an increditibl ally and supporter

Christopher Dodd

1:06:01 to 1:06:14( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: of this last two weeks in trying to fashion something that would give us a sense of confidence emerging from the economic crisis. but i'll reserve some comments in a few minutes about all of that.

Christopher Dodd

1:06:14 to 1:06:26( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: i see my colleague from tennessee, who i would like the record to reflect is the most junior member on the minority side on the banking committee and his contribution should never be calibrated by the

Christopher Dodd

1:06:26 to 1:06:38( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: seat in which he sits in terms of seniority. i want my colleagues to know while bob corker has not been a long-time member of this body his contribution is that of a very senior member of this body.

Christopher Dodd

1:06:38 to 1:06:53( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: it has been invaluable. he is knowledgeable, thoughtful, pragmatic, and made wonderful and comprehensive suggestions to the product that we have before us today. and i want my colleagues to recognize

Christopher Dodd

1:06:53 to 1:07:07( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: that. so i thank senator corker of tennessee for being just a very good senator in a moment like this which is a sad day, as i said earlier, but a day which we must address. with that, let me yield

Christopher Dodd

1:07:07 to 1:07:24( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: the floor for senator corker to make some kents-were had comments. mr. corker: madam president, i thank you for those comments. i have been in the senate for a year and nine months. the way the national

Bob Corker

1:07:24 to 1:07:37( Edit History Discussion )

Bob Corker: has responded over the last ten days , i'm really proud of and i thank you for your leadership on the banking committee. i think the negotiations that took place right after the "paulson plan"

Bob Corker

1:07:24 to 1:18:59( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Bob Corker

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