last year senator schumer and i were successful in getting some legislation passed that provided for border protection personnel. it's my understanding that the house in its action yesterday on the cr, or the day before, has cut a lot of that money that we identify as additional resources to the brought to the border. i've got to tell you. sometimes i getty when lash around here. i listen to sanctimonious speeches about border scuty, border security, more resources, that that's the only thing we must focus on as it relates to all immigration issues in our country, and then five minutes later the same people giving the sank ka mones speeches are yanking out the money in the budget we need to secure the border. i azoom what they did yesterday basically wiped out wa we were able to add to this effort last year? >> yes, it was an experience of whiplash. >> i just think we have to call folks on this. i'm sick of hearing meetings on the border and people not willing to put money behind it. we could probably afford the big checks we're writing to the oil companies to secure our bodders. i w
chuck schumer did another version it, got eight votes. we came up with a medical loss ratio which nobody understands because it is such ridiculous wording except that it works. i want to talk about a couple of things like that until somebody comes and then i will humbly and gladly yield the floor. the senator wish to speak? 0, i will not be too long, although for me that's not a safe statement. as it happens sr-rbgs people over a period of months and months, they saw this thing happening, they didn't like it. people lined up on one side or the other and mostly it was the other and they didn't like it. it turns out "new york times"/cbs -- and i don't have to necessarily trust them because they took a poll. it says 80% of americans oppose repeal. i just found that inside the cloakroom in there. i don't sort of live by polls. but that's based on january 20 of this year. well, let's supposing it's off by 10%. let's supposing it's off by 15%. one thing that becomes clear from the generalizeation of that number, it certainly can't go higher.
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