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    http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2011/roll376.xml

    Good God, these idiots called the bill "Small Business Additional Temporary Extension Act of 2011".

    What the F&*@K does State surveillance and an indefinite suspension of private property rights have ANYTHING to do with small businesses?

    Our government never fails to amaze me.

    In other news, I noticed Allen West voted against this bill. That's VERY surprising. I'm not fully convinced he's actually against this bill. Maybe he voted against it because he knew it would pass...? That way, when he runs for President in 2016 (or run for VP this year) they can't get him for being anti-gun rights.

    Politics really sucks. I really don't even know why I follow this shitfest in DC.



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    Interesting: House Dems 122-54 "Nay." Going against Obama and the Senate? Anybody have any explanations here?

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    What the F&*@K does State surveillance and an indefinite suspension of private property rights have ANYTHING to do with small businesses?
    I think merging bills should be illegal somehow.

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    notice these: Bachmann Yea (she cancelled a campaign sortie in Iowa to cast her vote for fascism )
    Paul Ryan yea
    Quayle yea
    Flake-did not vote
    Mack-nay
    Paul, nay of course but had to list it
    Amash nay
    Pelosi Nay
    Kucinich, nay
    Walter Jones Nay
    Barney Frank nay
    Rohrabacher nay
    McClintock Nay


    the House Dems have an independent streak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindy25 View Post
    notice these: Bachmann Yea (she cancelled a campaign sortie in Iowa to cast her vote for fascism )
    Paul Ryan yea
    Quayle yea
    Flake-did not vote
    Mack-nay
    Paul, nay of course but had to list it
    Amash nay
    Pelosi Nay
    Kucinich, nay
    Walter Jones Nay
    Barney Frank nay
    Rohrabacher nay


    the House Dems have an independent streak.
    Flake has a Senate election to win, so that may explain his lack of voting. Chaffetz voted against it. Hopefully he displaces Orrin Hatch next year.

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    I notice Flake ends up not voting on some very important bills.

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    any chance of replacing IRS agent Bachmann as head of Tea Party conference?

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    edit nvm
    Last edited by Zatch; 05-27-2011 at 03:23 AM.
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    Pelosi steps forward as a champion of the constitution.


    In other news: Nobody here is commenting on why House democrats overwhelmingly voted nay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anaconda View Post
    Pelosi steps forward as a champion of the constitution.


    In other news: Nobody here is commenting on why House democrats overwhelmingly voted nay.
    maybe because of Pelosi, maybe they fear primaries, and their votes weren't needed anyway.
    Bachmann must think its still popular in the GOP base for her to skip a fundraiser to vote for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batman View Post
    I notice Flake ends up not voting on some very important bills.
    Well his name ain't "Jeff Reliable"
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    There are only crimes against the state.
    And the state will never, ever choose to hold accountable its agents, because a thing can not commit a crime against itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batman View Post
    I notice Flake ends up not voting on some very important bills.
    Sullivan is another one who'd rather not do his job at all than do it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anaconda View Post
    I think merging bills should be illegal somehow.
    It was under the Confederacy!



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    Quote Originally Posted by cindy25 View Post
    notice these: Bachmann Yea (she cancelled a campaign sortie in Iowa to cast her vote for fascism )
    Paul Ryan yea
    Quayle yea
    Flake-did not vote
    Mack-nay
    Paul, nay of course but had to list it
    Amash nay
    Pelosi Nay
    Kucinich, nay
    Walter Jones Nay
    Barney Frank nay
    Rohrabacher nay
    McClintock Nay


    the House Dems have an independent streak.
    yes, they sometimes do...

    not always are they hacks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aratus View Post
    yes, they sometimes do...

    not always are they hacks
    No they don't, this is all for show... If they have enough votes to pass it, they will let some of their members vote opposite for publicity sake. Believe me, I know this is true. It happens all the time at both the Federal and State level...

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    Thanks! I'm actually pleasantly surprised that my Congressman voted no.

    I surely didn't think that would happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirgonzo420 View Post
    It was under the Confederacy!


    Wow! Thanks for that. +1 for the Confederacy. Very interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindy25 View Post
    notice these: Bachmann Yea (she cancelled a campaign sortie in Iowa to cast her vote for fascism )
    Paul Ryan yea
    Quayle yea
    Flake-did not vote
    Mack-nay
    Paul, nay of course but had to list it
    Amash nay
    Pelosi Nay
    Kucinich, nay
    Walter Jones Nay
    Barney Frank nay
    Rohrabacher nay
    McClintock Nay


    the House Dems have an independent streak.
    Pelosi voted nay? That's a shocker! Then again maybe not. The republicans have control of the house so maybe the dems feel more comfortable voting nay as they can gain brownie points with the voters without damaging the NWO? It's odd to see Pelosi and Reid vote against each other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anaconda View Post
    Pelosi steps forward as a champion of the constitution.


    In other news: Nobody here is commenting on why House democrats overwhelmingly voted nay.
    I say it's because the overwhelming majority of actual liberal voters oppose this. Many voted for Obama specifically because they thought he would oppose this. And a lot of Democrats are realizing that sucking up to their constituents will be more important than sucking up to Obama come 2012. This is all very good news for us.
    The main difference between the right and the left is that a right wing politician claims to protect your economic freedom, but does not, whereas a left wing politician claims to protect your social/personal freedom, but does not.

    weak minds follow, conventional minds lead, great minds question





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