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Senate Proceeding on Dec 9th, 2010 :: 1:26:40 to 1:27:59
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John Barrasso

1:26:23 to 1:26:40( Edit History Discussion )

John Barrasso: it, and then they turn two pages, these rules and regulators, rule makers said they turn two pages into 121 pages, which said for many people in this country, they are not going to be able to keep what they have, they are not going to be able to keep what has been promised to them, and it's because the rules and the

Roger F. Wicker

1:26:40 to 1:27:59( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Roger F. Wicker

Roger F. Wicker

1:26:41 to 1:27:02( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: regulations are so complicated and the rule making continues. mr. wicker: if i might add, this is really a new chapter in -- in the history of the american federal government. according to the senior vice president of the american benefits council -- quote -- "there has never been a period like what we're going through

Roger F. Wicker

1:27:03 to 1:27:25( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: now in terms of the sheer volume and complexity of rule making." my friend, this is unprecedented in american history. the scope, the cost, the magnitude of this legislation is unprecedented, according to the american benefits council.

Roger F. Wicker

1:27:26 to 1:27:48( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: and the point of my bill is that it does violence to the bill of rights, it does violence to the intent of the founding fathers that the federal government be limited in its power and scope and that we leave most of the rights that we are endowed with

Roger F. Wicker

1:27:49 to 1:28:00( Edit History Discussion )

Roger F. Wicker: by our creators, we leave most of those rights to the people and to the states themselves. so it's a great privilege to

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