Cap And Tax Passes The House

Which means it’s time to attack your Senators (with phone calls, faxes, emails and visits, NOT weapons, silly) and let them know that you oppose this attack on American industry and on the American family.

44 Democrats were brave enough to buck their leader and vote with common sense. On the down side, there were 8 turncoat GOP house members that helped this attack on the American economy pass 219-212. Without these spineless bastards, the bill would have failed. I wonder what new goodies line their filthy pockets tonight.

These gutless wonders need to hear from you:

Bono Mack (CA) – http://bono.house.gov/
Castle (DE) – http://www.castle.house.gov/
Kirk (IL) – http://www.house.gov/kirk/
Lance (NJ) – http://lance.house.gov/index.html
McHugh (NY) – http://mchugh.house.gov/
Lobiondo (NJ) – http://www.house.gov/lobiondo/
Reichert (WA) – http://reichert.house.gov/
Smith (NJ) – http://chrissmith.house.gov/

Flake (http://flake.house.gov/) & Sullivan (http://sullivan.house.gov/) did not vote. I don’t know which is more gutless. Flake’s website said he had a “family obligation” but that he would have voted “no”. Doesn’t help us a whole lot, really.

Michelle Malkin reminds us that it’s not about science, it’s about politics and the eco-Commies’ greedy agenda.

MELT THE SENATE’S PHONE LINES ALL THIS WEEK, PEOPLE.

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11 comments

  1. Unfortunately Kirk is not my congressman. But he is making lot of noise about running for Senate or the Governor of Illinois.

    Thanks for letting us know who took the bribe (or whatever) to vote for this abomination.

    I’ll do my best to make sure this is raised when he decides to run for larger office.

  2. I’m scared to find out how Texas GOPers did.

    But, interestingly enough; with few exceptions, look at the list of political scabs who helped passed this, Gentleman and Michelle: All Yankees. Damn Yankees!!!! and not in a good Ted Nugent or Tommy Shaw kind of way.

    When will it stop?

    Best,
    LK

  3. Never heard of any of them but voting for this bill puts them on my shitlist in perpetuity.

    In a way, I’m torn. If this bill gets passed then it will be a terrific weapon to use against them in 2010. It’s the perfect example to show what happens when Democrat get in power.

    They fearmonger everybody to death with all these dire predictions and then they steal the rings and watches off your corpse to give to their friends and relatives.

  4. I’m probably a radiacal (I’m sure the HSA has a file on me!) but I think that any elected official who fails to personally read EVERY WORD of EVERY BILL they vote for (or against!) should be impeached and removed from office!

    BTW, I just noticed that CNN is STILL talking about Jacko and Sanford! Anything, so thtey don’t have to talk about Kneecap and Tax!

  5. C’mon, B-Mac! You never heard of Mrs. Sonny Bono(R?-CA). She was shtuppin’ the drummer for a lame Country Band before Sonny’s body was even cold. The morals and scruples of a jackal. Should we really be surprised?! And the other 7 Repubiks… Fortunately for me, I got D Frankenfeinstein and B BoXXXer to kill this lunacy (/sarcasm).

  6. “I’m probably a radiacal (I’m sure the HSA has a file on me!) but I think that any elected official who fails to personally read EVERY WORD of EVERY BILL they vote for (or against!) should be impeached and removed from office!”

    GEJ … go to Mark Kirk’s official house website … he promised to do just that!!

    I get so mad at these idiots thinking we’ll swallow whatever boatload of crap they produce.

  7. My Republican Congressman says Cap and Trade will be good for America.

    And, he caught the Green River Killer.

    Did you catch the Green River Killer?

    No, no you didn’t.

    You can hear his interview here.

    http://www.mynorthwest.com/?nid=194&sid=184941

    Dave Reichert SPEAKS: says Cap and Trade will be good for America

    He argued that the expense would not be what the Heartland Institute, Heritage Foundation, and Wall Street Journal were predicting. He argued that it would cost around $.48 per day and that we would have better national security, more nuclear, coal and refining capabilities, and a cleaner environment with the bill. He argued that the conservative arguments against were mistaken, and that Washington specifically would be better off even though the bill was imperfect.

    And, he caught the Green River Killer.

    Yeah, it took him a couple of decades, but better late than never.

    I hear Fox was thinking about making the Series 24 about Reichert. But instead of showing 24 hours in a day they would have to make each episode a year.

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