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House Vote 376 - To Extend Provisions of the Patriot Act - See The List!



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That cunt

Michelle Bachmann voted yea. Why doesn't that surprise me? Tea party caucus my ass. Same old crap. Have we all forgotten how the "Ron Paul tea party" was stolen from us in 2008? How bitter we all were when we were seeing all these Neo-con assholes corrupting our message to get themselves elected once more? How they hijacked the liberty movement message and turned it into this bastardized caricature that makes any liberty minded individual cringe with disgust? Did ANYONE seriously believe that these "Tea Party" candidates were anything else but wolves in sheep clothing? As far as I'm concerned there are only two real "Tea Party" representatives in congress - Ron and Rand Paul, and no one else, period.

Justin Amash has been pretty

Justin Amash has been pretty consistent as a liberty supporter. I believe RP likes him as an ally.

Absolutely correct in all ways...

We had a good guy running here but you can't convince all the old folks that there isn't a muuzlim terrawrist hiding under their bed. They see the incumbents name, recognize it, and hit the button. Ridiculous.

America is a sad shell of what it once was.

disgusting...

Kristi Noem YES
Michele Bachmann YES
Louie Gohmert YES
Steve King YES

I've seen these three giving impassioned pleas about the un-Constitutionality of Obamacare. Gohmert grandstanded for weeks on end! But your personal liberty is null and void. The tea-party might as well be the GW Bush re-election campaign, if these tea-partiers love the Patriot act!

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Bachmann, King, and Gohmert

Bachmann, King, and Gohmert were on the House Floor ringing their hands over how hard it was to do what they did. Didn't earn my respect. Sorry I can't find the timeline from c-span library yet, near the last of the day. Worth looking at (If you like being sick).
All three voted against Amash's amendment that would have deleted 'the President-King can attack anyone he wants' portion of military bill.

I'll take my Liberty, it's not yours to give.

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Joe "You Lie" Wilson also voted "Yes."

Disgusting is right.

Barletta

had gotten my vote; I and many others wanted Kanjorski out in the worst way. I did like his stance on immigration, but was concerned that he would not really be "for the people". He has proven my concerns correct. The traitor voted YEA! We have a section in my small-town local newspaper entitled, "30 Seconds". One can basically call, write or email anything (within reason), though only so many words and/or characters are allowed. Anyway, people in my area will know just how Barletta stabbed his constituents in the back! I have already sent an email about the Patriot Act being extended!! UGH!

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I agree.

I suppose I'm also in your district. Yeah Kanjorski had to go. I wasn't all too hopeful with Barletta, but I was hoping he would be better than what he is. He supported the Audit the Fed bill so I thought he might have some potential... but as we can see now he is terrible.

He also voted against the Amash Amendment that would have struck out the unrestricted power the defense bill would give to the executive branch.

I will not vote for him in 2012. I hope someone decides to take him on in the primaries...

Makes me sick...

that all these Republican, tea-party "constitutionalists" are either too timid to stand up to leadership, to ignorant to know that nothing endangers the well-being of the people more than a government that can cover up its own corruption and ineptitude under the guise of national security, or perhaps just too bought and paid for to matter.

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Am I missing something?

I don't see Jon Kyl or John McCain on any list. Did I miss something? I am sure that they both would have voted "yes" no matter how many calls or emails we made.

Healthnut4freedom

The lip of truth shall be established forever: but a lying tongue is but for a moment...Lying lips are abomination to the LORD: but they that deal truly are His delight. Prov 12:19,22

They both voted "yes."

They both voted "yes." Shocking! I see the Flake who wants to replace Kyl didn't vote. Another shocker from the guy who learned at McLame's knee.

This was a House vote

not a senate vote..so no senators would be listed only members of congress.

Oh Duh!

No wonder. I kept thinking Rand Paul so I was thinking Senate.
Thanks.

Healthnut4freedom

The lip of truth shall be established forever: but a lying tongue is but for a moment...Lying lips are abomination to the LORD: but they that deal truly are His delight. Prov 12:19,22

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It says "Small Business Extension Act" - is this the correct

one? Some of the senator's names are not on there.

Debbie

this is like a chess game.

and they know it!

Thanks

Thanks for presenting this. House Democrats, for the most part, voted with RP. Let's give credit where credit is due and thank our Representatives if they voted for liberty. One interesting vote was that of Allen West who is a rising star in the Republican Party and who voted with RP.

Ron Paul sometimes talks about how Democrats tend to be better addressing social liberties while Republicans tend to be better addressing economic liberties and we need to put the two together. This was a vote about social liberty and identified Representatives who sided with the founders. Perhaps the energy and passion of the civil rights movement can be broadened into a broader civilian rights movement.