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Occurrences in the Congressional Record

Entry Title Date
Further Continuing Appropriations Resolution, 2015 February 27, 2015
Dan Kildee, D-MI
"Mr. Speaker, I have to note we just heard my friend, Mr. Issa, I think reveal what is really going on here. He said, and I think I am quoting him correctly, referencing the President, that we don’t have to fund him. Well, with all due respect, Mr. Speaker, this is not about funding the President. This is about the decision of this body and the Senate, the Republicans in charge, to continue to kick the can down the road and not fund the most essential government function, and that is public safety and national security."
Homeland Security Funding February 24, 2015
Steny Hoyer, D-MD
"I will say with all due respect, Mr. Speaker, to my friends on the other side of the aisle, shutting down the government is a strategy they have employed on a number of occasions. In 1995, we shut it down twice, for almost a month, maybe a little longer."
Department Of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2015—Motion To Proceed—Continued February 24, 2015
Rob Portman, R-OH
"In the Middle East, proactive American leadership requires upholding our commitment to stand unequivocally with Israel. No other nation in the world would be expected to put up with tunnels into their cities with rockets raining down on people’s homes. The press got it wrong last year, and with all due respect, I believe the President got it wrong too. There is no moral equivalence in Gaza."
Stop Obama’S Executive Amnesty February 11, 2015
Scott Perry, R-PA
"Now it is in the Senate, and the Senate is saying: Well, maybe the House should send another bill. The House sent a bill. It is the will of the House. It is the Senate’s turn. With all due respect, if you don’t want to vote for the bill, we get that. Vote “no.” You can explain that to your constituents—you can explain that to your voters—but it is more important to you to pay somebody a bonus for coming here illegally. You can explain that."
Unfunded Mandates Information And Transparency Act Of 2015 February 4, 2015
Stephen Lynch, D-MA
"With all due respect to my friend from Utah—and I do respect him; I know he didn’t write this bill—there is a common practice here in Congress that you name the bill in a way that describes the opposite of what it will actually do. This is supposed to be an accountability bill, but this bill ought to be named the “Government Gridlock Act” because that is what it will introduce."

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