|00:00:00||SO THAT WE CAN ACTUALLY USE MONEY TO DO REAL PROJECTS INSTEAD OF TO FUND THE BUREAUCRACY OF WASHINGTON, AND ESPECIALLY WHEN WE ARE ACTUALLY REDUCING THE WORKLOAD THAT THEY HAD TO DO, SHIFT THAT MONEY OVER TO AN AREA WHERE WE CAN ACTUALLY INCREASE JOBS, PROTECT OUR NATION, PROTECT OUR ENERGY AND INFRASTRUCTURE THAT BENEFITS THE ENTIRE COUNTRY.|
|00:00:20||AND WITH THAT I URGE PASSAGE OF THIS AMENDMENT.|
|00:00:23||I YIELD BACK THE BALANCE OF MY TIME.|
|00:00:25||THE CHAIR: THE GENTLEMAN YIELDS BACK THE BALANCE OF HIS TIME.|
|00:00:30||FRAPS THE GENTLEMAN FROM NEW JERSEY RISE?|
|00:00:31||MR. FRELINGHUYSEN: I|
Mr. SCALISE. I thank my colleague from Louisiana for his comments, and I just urge all of our colleagues to vote for this amendment so that we can actually use money to do real projects instead of to fund the bureaucracy of Washington. Especially when we're actually reducing the workload that they have to do, let's actually shift that money over to an area where we can actually increase jobs, protect our Nation, protect our energy and infrastructure that benefits the entire country.
With that, I would urge passage of this amendment.
I yield back the balance of my time.