Skip to comments.Breaking: House passes DHS funding 257-167
Posted on 03/03/2015 12:18:00 PM PST by GIdget2004
GOP is 75 yea and 167 nay
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McSally is a RINO. She helped the rat beat the conservative in 2010. McSally has lost 1 primary and 1 general. She also won 1 general. A pretty poor record.
Mia Love and McSally deserve to go the way of Lee Terry.
Mia Love will probably lose in 2016.
Brad Ashford 49% 83,872
Republican Lee Terry Incumbent 45.7% 78,157
Libertarian Steven Laird 5.3% 9,021
The NM congressman is much better than many in hispanic districts. He is squishy on the issue because he likes cheap labor. He was one of the first to say the GOP shouldnt pander to hispanics.
McSally, Martha AZ 2nd
Denham, Jeff CA 10th
Valadao, David CA 21st
Nunes, Devin CA 22nd
McCarthy, Kevin CA 23rd
Knight, Steve CA 25th
Royce, Ed CA 39th
Calvert, Ken CA 42nd
Walters, Mimi CA 45th
Jolly, David FL 13th
Buchanan, Vern FL 16th
Diaz-Balart, Mario FL 25th
Curbelo, Carlos FL 26th
Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana FL 27th
Simpson, Mike ID 2nd
Dold, Bob IL 10th
Foster, Bill IL 11th
Bost, Mike IL 12th
Davis, Rodney IL 13th
Hultgren, Randy IL 14th
Shimkus, John IL 15th
Kinzinger, Adam IL 16th
Schock, Aaron IL 18th
Brooks, Susan IN 5th
Young, Todd IN 9th
Rogers, Hal KY 5th
Scalise, Steve LA 1st
Benishek, Dan MI 1st
Upton, Fred MI 6th
Bishop, Mike MI 8th
Levin, Sander MI 9th
Miller, Candice MI 10th
Trott, Dave MI 11th
Kline, John MN 2nd
Paulsen, Erik MN 3rd
McCollum, Betty MN 4th
Emmer, Tom MN 6th
Long, Billy MO 7th No Vote
Smith, Jason MO 8th No Vote
Heck, Joseph NV 3rd
Hardy, Cresent NV 4th
Guinta, Frank NH 1st
LoBiondo, Frank NJ 2nd
MacArthur, Tom NJ 3rd
Smith, Chris NJ 4th
Lance, Leonard NJ 7th
Frelinghuysen, Rodney NJ 11th
King, Pete NY 2nd
Gibson, Christopher NY 19th
Stefanik, Elise NY 21st
Hanna, Richard NY 22nd
Reed, Tom NY 23rd
Katko, John NY 24th
Collins, Chris NY 27th
Ellmers, Renee NC 2nd
McHenry, Patrick NC 10th
Boehner, John OH 8th
Turner, Michael OH 10th
Tiberi, Pat OH 12th
Stivers, Steve OH 15th
Walden, Greg OR 2nd
Thompson, Glenn PA 5th
Costello, Ryan PA 6th
Meehan, Patrick PA 7th
Fitzpatrick, Michael PA 8th
Dent, Charles PA 15th
Pitts, Joseph PA 16th
Murphy, Tim PA 18th
Roe, Phil TN 1st No Vote
McCaul, Michael TX 10th
Granger, Kay TX 12th
Hurd, Will TX 23rd
Carter, John TX 31st
Comstock, Barbara VA 10th
Reichert, David WA 8th
Ryan, Paul WI 1st
You are mistaken.
Love voted YEA to table the steaming pile along with Utah’s Chafettz, Stewart and Bishop.
On the vote to accept the senate version, ALL FOUR Utah reps voted NAY.
Can you say "President Bush"? Again?
Can you tell me the difference?
I’m sure you’re a nice person, and we’d agree more than disagree, but that is the most meaningless, tired argument one could make on FR. Many have written on why that argument is wrong, so I won’t go into it.
I will not vote for another liberal Republican, not because I think they’re no different policy wise than Democrats, but because of the way the GOP keeps manipulating us.
No. That argument is insulting and only worthy of GOP hacks afraid of losing their stranglehold on conservatives.
Okies love their fake conservatives. What’s irritating about that is Okies ARE conservative, not like the Bourgeoisie corporatists who represent them.
I’m an Okie living in Kansas by the way.
I saw this coming when CR after CR was approved by the house.
Yeah, it’s one thing to be mad about the betrayal, but when you look at what’s actually going to happen, it makes you feel sick inside. America is a pretty decent place to live, maybe the best, but it’ll soon be surpassed by any number of European socialist countries.
I think there’s one more threshold that DC conservatives need to cross before I’ll really be impressed with them. It could come in a number of ways.
1) Announce the GOP is dead and start a third party
2) Take a vote of no confidence, declare the Republic is dead, and come home to help enforce State Sovereignty.
3) Call for massive, armed demonstrations to forcibly remove the Tyrants.
Until then, they’re absolutely wasting their time, and wasting our contributions.
If we lose freedom here, there is no place to escape to. This is the last stand on earth. - Ronald Reagan
Reagan my be right. But that doesn’t mean USA is the best place to live. we can be slaves here, where a large, subsidized, coddled, privileged % the inhabitants want to kill me and rape my wife, or we can be slaves some place where at least the weather’s nice.
Except, they wouldn’t do that because they’ve wanted this amnesty the whole time.
I feel pity for Freepers who are still GOP donators. Proud to remind everyone that I never gave any $ to any GOP stooge nor even been a member of.
I was just thinking about how many Freepers want to defend their particular congressman/woman's vote for Boehner to keep his hold on power. This is crazy!
One question we need to ask ouselves whenever Boehner proclaims outrage about the 'lawless actions' of Obama, that his hands are tied and he can't do anything about it, and/or that he will act 'next time' needs to ask why does he not voluntarily step down as Speaker of the House and let a conservative take the mantle? Heck, he professes to be a conservative every time Obama gets his way. So the right conservative action to do would be to allow another conservative do what he 'fears' doing!
When a conservative leader is offered the Speakership, they can implement the legislative actions that RINOS cringe at doing. No Brainer with No Boehner!
But since Boehner doesn't, he basically admits that the vote for a candidate that is the lesser of two evils CAN BUT ONLY be evil, as well. If a Mitt, or Jeb, or Walker (yes, I don't trust Walker), takes the realms of power, they will ignore the voters and sell their office to the highest bidder, typically the Chamber of Amnesty, leaving the rest of us, the conservatives, the middle class of America, to feel the brunt of the taxation, loss of liberties, and personal targeting by the Big Government that RINOS love to grow.
Yeah, I have noticed that. (I am a naturalized Okie, from New Mexico originally.) It is like they cannot believe that “their” politicians will lie to get elected...
It's over for me. The GOP’s efforts in promoting Gay Marriage and Amnesty have permanently ended my support.
I have voted in every election since I was 18, almost always GOP for every office. I will not vote for the GOP ever again.
I’m sorry Ray, but you don’t seem to understand the structure of our government. The Congress can’t legislate the executive branches powers. This pipeline crosses the border and the permit is solely up to the State Dept. and the President to decide. Congress has no say in the issue, this project does not fall under their branch of government.
Topic is DHS not keystone pipeline
You can vote for the GOP too if you find your crazy time or after smoking pot, but the most impt part is not to fork over your dough to these clowns. Hand it over to individual PACs like Palin or Cruz etc.
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