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?
landry. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one mind. mr. landry: >> i -- mr. landry: it is with great enthusiasm that i rise to encourage my colleagues to stand with the american people. the hard-working families and small business owners across our country and vote for repealing the job-killing health care law. in march, they passed a massive government-run health care law that will kill jobs and increase the size of our federal government. the bill calls for tax increases on american families, wasteful spending of taxpayer dollars and new mandates on small businesses. this is wrong. voters made it clear in november that business as usual must end. i submitted the necessary paperwork to decline the health care plan offered to members of congress. i rejected its benefits because washington must work just like the american people must work. we are not above them. i hope my actions i will energize the efforts to repeal the government-run health care law and i encourage my colleagues to vote yes on this bill and promote commonsense solutions of promoting health i
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