mr. mcintyre both aye. >> mr. chairman, i'd like to change my vote. >> ms. sanchez both aye. >> let's not change anymore until we find out the results. >> mr. rogers. >> mr. rogers boasts aye. >> anyone else wish to change? >> the clerk will report the tally.
amendment by mr. frakes. it would regard improvements to army vehicles and an amendment by mr. courtney that would regard aircraft survivability equipment and an amendment by mr. enters that would require a report on the vertical construction and an amendment by mr. enters that would demonstrate technologies and an amendment by myself to clarify that would clarify section 214 in the subcommittee mark regarding ground. it does not moving target indicating air force air aircraft to a manned systems, and an amendment by mr. enters that would report language regarding the joint tactical radio system. >> any discussion of the amendment? >> the question is on the adoption of the amendment. those in favor will say aye. those opposed will say no. the ayes have it. the amendment is agreed to. >> no further amendments? the chair recognizes mr. bartlett for the purpose of offering a motion. >> mr. chairman, i move to adopt the subcommittee report of the tactical air and land force as amended. >> so many in favor
that's mr. ryan's way of killing medicare. oh, yeah, he says you will get a voucher, you can buy medicare or you can buy private insurance. but it puts medicare into a death spiral. the ryan budget turns this successful, reliable, comprehensive source of health care that seniors have relied on for decades and have paid into, i might add, during their years of hard work into some unproven, unpredictable right-wing conservative experiment. well, i don't want to experiment with the elderly. i want them to have good health care that they can afford that's universal and that they can count on. obama, president obama has fought to strengthen medicare, and he believes, as we do, that it's a sacred contract, and he has made a commitment to strengthen medicare in the affordable care act. for example, by eliminating the gaps in coverage, closing the doughnut hole which we have already started to do. elderly iowans got over $600 back this year just from closing the doughnut hole, reducing the cost of prescription drugs. according to medi
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