Skip to comments.Peter King: Halt donations to House GOP
Posted on 01/02/2013 12:23:08 PM PST by ConservativeMan55
New York Republican Rep. Peter King went to war with his Republican colleagues on Wednesday after leaders spiked a Hurricane Sandy relief bill, calling on New Yorkers to stop all donations to GOP House members.
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Hey Mr. King, why should we not halt donations to YOU as well?
Have you ever considered asking how many items on the Sandy relief bill are UNRELATED to Sandy relief?
Feds handing NYC kids $30 million for free lunch as Sandy aid whether they need it or not
free lunch should make Fat Bastard in NJ happy ,too.
Obama the GOP.
Peter King can go to hell and he can take Jabba the Hut Christie with him!
halt donations to Peter King
Everybody hates pork, except for the pork they benefit from.
Done and emials sent to my Congressman and Senator about why they lost a registered Republican. At least my Congressman voted against the mess, but the Senator went with the Dims on the “deal”. Going to change registration to “Independent” and be done with the “Party of Cave”.
Didn’t King vote for the fiscal cliff bill?
RE: Didnt King vote for the fiscal cliff bill?
Yes he did, as did a lot of New York Republicans.
Will do Pete, as a matter of fact I have halted all donations to anybody. FWIW
King is an effin’ Rino
There is a ton of pork in that bill that won’t do a damn thing for the hurricane victims, who need and deserve help-it is an utter disgrace to use them to get pork. Get rid of anything that doesn’t directly benefit those people, then pass the bill.
King was on Fox a couple hours back claiming that the Pork had been pulled out of the Bill. And that Republicans had lied that it was still in there. I’d like to know the truth, one way or another.
Paging Davey Crockett!
I for one am thrilled they spiked it. Way, way too much pork (read, MY tax dollars!) in there that has absolutely nothing to do with Sandy aid.
I have nothing against giving a helping hand to those that truly need it. But all the other junk? Forget it. If it’s that important, put it in a separate bill and let it pass or fail on its own merits.
I think tea party and like minded individuals gave the GOP one last chance in 2012. I think it is time to move on. If the GOP wants to come along fine but otherwise they can go pound sand.
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