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r3020
Senior Advisor

67 repubs who voted for the people not the establishment

The establishment wins again. Can't even call him Nancy Boehner any more. Even Nancy had the sense to vote against the bill. What a bunch of losers we have in the leadership. Even my rep Luke Messer voted for the thing. I put his sign in my yard and then the first vote after the election the son of a buck stabs me in the back. I can't wait for him the show up next time.

 

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Here are the 67 Republicans who voted against the $1.1 trillion spending bill passed by the House of Representatives late Thursday night. Fifty-seven Democrats voted for the bill, allowing it to pass the House by a vote of 219-206.

  1. Wittman, R. (R-VA)
  2. Williams, R. (R-TX)
  3. Webster, D. (R-FL)
  4. Weber, R. (R-TX)
  5. Stutzman, M. (R-IN)
  6. Smith, L. (R-TX)
  7. Smith, C. (R-NJ)
  8. Sensenbrenner, F. (R-WI)
  9. Scott, A. (R-GA)
  10. Schweikert, D. (R-AZ)
  11. Sanford, M. (R-SC)
  12. Salmon, M. (R-AZ)
  13. Rohrabacher, D. (R-CA)
  14. Rogers, M. (R-AL)
  15. Posey, B. (R-FL)
  16. Pompeo, M. (R-KS)
  17. Poe, T. (R-TX)
  18. Perry, S. (R-PA)
  19. Olson, P. (R-TX)
  20. Neugebauer, R. (R-TX)
  21. Mulvaney, M. (R-SC)
  22. Miller, J. (R-FL)
  23. Meadows, M. (R-NC)
  24. McKinley, D. (R-WV)
  25. McClintock, T. (R-CA)
  26. McAllister, V. (R-LA)
  27. Massie, T. (R-KY)
  28. Marchant, K. (R-TX)
  29. Lummis, C. (R-WY)
  30. Lankford, J. (R-OK)
  31. Lamborn, D. (R-CO)
  32. LaMalfa, D. (R-CA)
  33. Labrador, R. (R-ID)
  34. King, S. (R-IA)
  35. Jordan, J. (R-OH)
  36. Jones, W. (R-NC)
  37. Johnson, S. (R-TX)
  38. Hurt, R. (R-VA)
  39. Huelskamp, T. (R-KS)
  40. Griffith, H. (R-VA)
  41. Gowdy, T. (R-SC)
  42. Gosar, P. (R-AZ)
  43. Gohmert, L. (R-TX)
  44. Garrett, S. (R-NJ)
  45. Franks, T. (R-AZ)
  46. Flores, B. (R-TX)
  47. Fleming, J. (R-LA)
  48. Farenthold, B. (R-TX)
  49. Duncan, J. (R-TN)
  50. Duncan, J. (R-SC)
  51. DesJarlais, S. (R-TN)
  52. DeSantis, R. (R-FL)
  53. Crawford, R. (R-AR)
  54. Cotton, T. (R-AR)
  55. Conaway, K. (R-TX)
  56. Clawson, C. (R-FL)
  57. Rice, T. (R-SC)
  58. Burgess, M. (R-TX)
  59. Broun, P. (R-GA)
  60. Brooks, M. (R-AL)
  61. Bridenstine, J. (R-OK)
  62. Brat, D. (R-VA)
  63. Blackburn, M. (R-TN)
  64. Bentivolio, K. (R-MI)
  65. Barton, J. (R-TX)
  66. Bachmann, M. (R-MN)
  67. Amash, J. (R-MI)

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2014/12/11/The-67-House-Republicans-Who-Voted-Against-The-1-...

17 Replies
Samthehumble
Senior Contributor

Re: 67 repubs who voted for the people not the establishment

I dont see a reason to vote in national elections at this point.  No one that represents my point of view is going to be elected.  The last person i was actually happy to vote for in a national election was a guy named salumanchilli, who ran as a democrat.

hardnox
Advisor

Re: 67 repubs who voted for the people not the establishment

Gosh, if you were against it it looks like the majority of democrats were representing you.

 

 

 

 

Samthehumble
Senior Contributor

Re: 67 repubs who voted for the people not the establishment

Oh yeah they were voting against more powerful government

BA Deere
Honored Advisor

Re: 67 repubs who voted for the people not the establishment

My Steve King voted against it.....good man Steve! Michele Bachmann voted against it, good job and sorry that you won't be back for another term.
r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: 67 repubs who voted for the people not the establishment


@hardnox wrote:

Gosh, if you were against it it looks like the majority of democrats were representing you.

 

 

 

 


 Proof the establishment is bipartisan.

hardnox
Advisor

Re: 67 repubs who voted for the people not the establishment

Seems to me that a Tea Party victory in a GOP civil war and ultimate hold on power would have two extreme fat tails as a potential outcomes, one good, one pretty dire.

 

On the positive side, America would fail pretty spectacularly and I think we need that although the effect on "wealth" would be pretty significant.

 

On the opposite end, could be that the leech doctors fail to recognize what's happening and just move on to other innovative methods.

 

Hard to predict mass behavior of a pseudoreligious myth based movement that generally rejects science. That doesn't describe the motives and philosophy of everyone who might be labelled in that camp but it is the core.

 

 

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: 67 repubs who voted for the people not the establishment


@hardnox wrote:

Seems to me that a Tea Party victory in a GOP civil war and ultimate hold on power would have two extreme fat tails as a potential outcomes, one good, one pretty dire.

 

On the positive side, America would fail pretty spectacularly and I think we need that although the effect on "wealth" would be pretty significant.

 

On the opposite end, could be that the leech doctors fail to recognize what's happening and just move on to other innovative methods.

 

Hard to predict mass behavior of a pseudoreligious myth based movement that generally rejects science. That doesn't describe the motives and philosophy of everyone who might be labelled in that camp but it is the core.

 

 


The myth is religious people reject science.

RJG640v8
Senior Contributor

Re: 139 dems voted for the people not the establishment

over double your side of the aisle.

 

WIsconsin roll call = Dems - Pocan(no),  Moore(no),    Kind(yes).

                                 Repubs -  Sensenbrenner(no),     Duffy(yes), Petri(yes),  Ribble(yes),  Ryan(yes).

 

but, Obama will sign it--------------- he can kiss my  _ _ _ !

 

I'll be voting third party in 2016, if for no other reason than it's a wasted protest vote.

 

 

Samthehumble
Senior Contributor

Re: 67 repubs who voted for the people not the establishment

Ohhh.  There is that contempt. But ah, i thought you were a church going sunday school teacher and all.