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Kucinich Votes Against HR 1207. See How Your Rep Voted.

I knew this guy was a fake, and so is my congressman, Patrick Murphy, who also cosponsored HR 1207 then voted against it.

Campaign For Liberty sent out an email with this link below to the vote on HR 1207. A nay vote was a vote to reject the motion and thereby kill HR 1207.

http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2010/roll412.xml (this link has been updated. C4L must have attached their indirect link to the wrong page and later fixed it)

This link names the cosponsors who flip flopped


The email:

Dear Friend in Liberty,

Yesterday, the House rejected Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed by a vote of 198-229. The Audit was included in a Republican motion to send the Dodd-Frank Fed Empowerment Act (H.R. 4173) back to committee.

If the measure had been approved, H.R. 4173 would have been changed to include the thorough Audit.

Even worse, the majority of those who voted against it were cosponsors of H.R. 1207.

Check out our “Hall of Shame” to see if your representative is on the list of those who abandoned their so-called “support” for Audit the Fed (while voting to further empower the secretive Fed) when real action was required.

Be sure to let them know you will make your fellow constituents aware of their failure to support full accountability from those responsible for this latest economic crisis.

If your representative stood with Ron Paul by supporting Audit the Fed, thank him for his support and urge him to fight any future efforts to expand the Fed’s powers.

See the complete roll call on the motion here.

There’s still time to stop this Fed powergrab in the Senate.

Find your senators here. After you contact your congressman, please call your senators and demand they stand up for the American people by defeating H.R. 4173 and taking a standalone vote on S. 604, Audit the Fed.

We’ve come too far to let the Fed off the hook for its actions. Call Congress today!

In Liberty,

John Tate


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Notice how the Republicans...

got a pass to keep them looking good for the elections, while the Dems were sacrificed. This surely indicates the manipulators are counting on the voters to swing back to voting for Republicans and have stacked the deck with new and old bank-owned Republicans, just like they did when the voters tried for change by voting in Democrats.


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Kucinich is a total wimp.

He knows what's right but doesn't have the courage to follow through. I lost respect for him when he supported Obama knowing he was a war hawk and a fiscal terrorist.

Well if these sleaze balls are leaving their

replacements have some more stuff to repeal.

Just one last kick in the nuts, then a final deathblow

It's like

being rescued by the person who ultimately kills you.

Just one last kick in the nuts, then a final deathblow

Not Running

A whole lot of them will not run again and are getting paid off.


*they* followed *their* orders from *their* "bosses"--

Kucinich is available for purchase; that is sad.

I have had, for years, the same ideal as Dr. Paul--

to look for principle, not party--

I know he did that with Kucinich; what a disappointment--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Kucinich is loosing my respect.....

... very disappointed.


"The greatest mystery of all is truth." - Me, 2009

He must also be bought and

He must also be bought and paid for by the Fed.

Co-sponsoring a bill, then voting against it?

If that isn't completely nuts, I don't know what is. Kucinich also flip-flopped on Obamacare.

HR 2424

is the financial reform bill Kucinich came up with when Ron Paul was gathering cosponsors for 1207. It reads just like the Fed-approved version meant to sabotage 1207.