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Senate Proceeding on Dec 4th, 2009 :: 7:19:20 to 7:20:45
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Tom Udall

7:19:13 to 7:19:33( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: mrs. lincoln: the further reading of the amendment be dispensed with. the presiding officer: without ob mrs. lincoln: thank you. mr. president, i yield the floor. the presiding officer: the senator from montana. mr. baucus: i think the senator recognized. the presiding officer: the senator from new mexico is recognized. mr. udall: thank you, mr. president.

Tom Udall

7:19:20 to 7:20:45( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Tom Udall

Tom Udall

7:19:34 to 7:19:54( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: mr. president, today i rise to honor a brave son of anthony, new mexico. army corporal anthony corosco jr. was killed november 4 after being hit by sniper fire while serving his country in iraq. he was 25 years old. corporal corosco, or tony as he

Tom Udall

7:19:55 to 7:20:16( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: was called by his family and friends, was a husband, father, and son. he and his wife johanna are expecting a child, and he had two small stepchildren who adored him. tony served as a truck commander for armored vehicles. it was his job to direct his vehicle down streets infested with roadside bombs and targeted

Tom Udall

7:20:17 to 7:20:37( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: by insurgents, attacking from the shadows of buildings. tony understood the danger. he accepted the risk, died doing what he loved -- serving a country he loved. his fellow soldiers describe tony as an opt

Tom Udall

7:20:38 to 7:20:45( Edit History Discussion )

Tom Udall: -- as an optimist. his platoon sergeant put it best -- tony saw the good i everything. he was a soldier who never, ever complained.

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