[Congressional Record Volume 154, Number 25 (Thursday, February 14, 2008)]
[Extensions of Remarks]
[Page E190]
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                          PERSONAL EXPLANATION


                         HON. KENNY C. HULSHOF

                              of missouri

                    in the house of representatives

                      Thursday, February 14, 2008

  Mr. HULSHOF. Madam Speaker, on February 12, 2008, I was unavoidably 
detained and missed votes. Listed below are the votes I missed and how 
I would have voted had I been there.
  H. Res. 954, rollcall No. 43--Honoring the life of senior Border 
Patrol agent Luis A. Aguilar, who lost his life in the line of duty 
near Yuma, Arizona, on January 19, 2008. Had I been here, I would have 
voted ``yes.''
  H. Res. 909, rollcall No. 44--Commemorating the courage of the 
Haitian soldiers that fought for American independence in the ``Siege 
of Savannah'' and for Haiti's independence and renunciation of slavery. 
Had I been here, I would have voted ``yes.''
  H. Con. Res. 281, rollcall No. 45--Celebrating the birth of Abraham 
Lincoln and recognizing the prominence the Declaration of Independence 
played in the development of Abraham Lincoln's beliefs. Had I been 
here, I would have voted ``yes.''