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Videos: George Miller’s greatest House floor hits

By Josh Richman
Monday, January 13th, 2014 at 1:05 pm in George Miller, U.S. House.

Rep. George Miller, who today announced he’ll retire from the House after 40 years by not seeking re-election to a 21st term this year, at times has vented his ire on the House floor in legendary finger-pointing, fist-pounding fashion.

In August 1995, his berating of Republicans during a budget battle turned into a gavel-breaking verbal slugfest. “It’s a glorious day if you’re a fascist!

In May 2007, urging an increase in the federal minimum wage:

In April 2008, on the war in Iraq:

In July 2008, blasting President Bush and Vice President Cheney for protecting the oil industry’s interests:

In January 2011, opposing Republicans’ effort to repeal the nation’s new health care law:

In May 2011, blasting Republicans for another repeal effort:

Last July, on education legislation:

During last October’s government shutdown, accusing a Republican House member of being on a “jihad” against the health care law:

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  • Elwood

    Well, George is consistent. Consistently over the top and full of himself.