and next to me was also jeff landry, freshman from louisiana. so it was a good experience. as we were going to the speech, sort of comparing notes, that was interesting. [inaudible] >> we were in baltimore. very positive. i think you're seeing a lot of sort of pen tablets go get them coming out of the freshman class. and that is i think setting a tone in a piece in many ways. leadership has been wonderful to work with. they're trying to make sure that everybody's realistic and what expectations are. i think that's going to be our biggest challenges we sent benchmarks of progress. we're not going to build a solve this whole thing in one fell swoop. it's going to be a long painful process. we've got to live within our means. we've got to make sure that where not just expect the miracles as for doing this as the wheel on the ship of state was turned in november. it's going to take a little time to move it around. >> phil huizenga, new freshman from michigan. >> thank you. >> talking with us in statuary hall. [inaudible conversations] >> as we continue to talk following the sta
landry of louisiana. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i'm having trouble understanding how y'all can come to the conclusion of the systemic failures by using those three companies are claiming that because thoset companies do such a large percentage of the work in the gulf of mexico, that every time they go on a job, they are using the same protocol and engineering for the different customers that they are doing business with. that simply is not true. there are different well-designed that are in different oil and gas companies. some of those well-designed, i might add has been around since the inception of deepwater trilling. and so, i don't understand how you came to this decision of the systemic failure. why not look at those oil and gas companies who have drilled successfully without incident, looking at the well design and save this type of well designed seems to be a safe face. it certainly would save the taxpayers a lot of iraq receipt if y'all took a look at those different designs. she will take a look at the different designs?
. >> in san francisco, we've all heard about the french landry. but now there's a reservation for something called francis. >> the chef, melissa, had a great reputation before she started this restaurant. it has excellent california-style food, but the main thing is the ingredients are locally sourced and couldn't be any fresher. >> in philadelphia, there's byob. it's called fond. it's a byob store front, but it's called fond. >> that's right. the chef used to work at many people's favoritetaest ranur ea i erev ilnphphelad.ia >>> good morning to you, a beautiful, clear start along the golden plate bridge this morning. make sure you grab your sunglasses because we have bright sunshine in the east this morning. high pressure is a dominant feature in our weather forecast. it's going to be a really nice afternoon, enjoy these temperatures on your way home from work today. 67 degrees is the forecasted high in napa, santa rosa and throughout the hills of the east bay and the north bay. especially as we head into the evening. that could make driving cond
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