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ONCE AGAIN SENATOR MARIA CANTWELL (D) WA. STATE SENDS BACK A REPLY THAT IS OFF THE MARK

CANTWELL MUST GO!  SHE IS BAD FOR WASHINGTON AND SHE IS BAD FOR AMERICA AND SHE IS BAD FOR DEMOCRACY!

CANTWELL MUST GO! SHE IS BAD FOR WASHINGTON AND SHE IS BAD FOR AMERICA AND SHE IS BAD FOR DEMOCRACY!

I wrote her a letter explaining my concerns about cutting military spending:

FURTHER CUTS TO MILITARY PAY AND BENEFITS

I am disheartened to learn that the Obama Administration is looking to make deeper cuts into the pay and benefits of current military and retired military personnel. I am always appalled at the fact that the military people are always the first people congress goes after when cutting budgets. It is as if Congress has little or no empathy for the very people who put their lives on the line every day to make this the greatest country on the planet. It is as if they are looked upon as nothing but “cannon-fodder” to use and abuse at will, at the whim of Congress when it is “convenient” to do so, apparently not caring about these people and families who sacrificed so much. It is as though now that there is a consorted, intentional effort to completely dismantle not only the structure of the military, but the notion of honor that goes along with it. With the constant misuse and abuse of the military people by the Federal Government, the notion of serving in the military to serve our nation is being severely negatively impacted. You have to ask yourself, if you were a young person thinking about serving, “What is the benefit to me if I join the military”? In the past, in my era, there was a sense of honor, knowing that America stood for justice and peace, and also knowing that if you stuck with it, there would be a reward at the end, a brass ring, if you like, in the form of the benefits that military retirement brings. Take away all that, and what do you have left..? Answer, very little. Take away the pride and nobility, the barely equitable pay for volunteering to serve, and the retirement benefits, especially the medical, and you have little or no incentive left. If the people see that the Federal Government is NOT going to treat you well in the military, why join? So, with that being said, how is the military going to be able to recruit enough volunteers for service? The short answer is; they’re not. So, unless that is the plan so conscription can be reinstituted, it’s not a good idea to keep punishing the military every time there is a budget shortfall, especially when there are thousands other areas in the government that can and should be trimmed.
With all this being said, I must remind you that your election cycles will be very difficult and contentious should you decide to slight the military any further. While your cycle is not due for several years, you can bet that your party as a whole will suffer a huge loss at the polls should the Democrat Party continue to punish the military people. We are watching your votes in the House and Senate and we are watching the committee actions. Do not fool yourself, WE ARE WATCHING AND WE WILL VOTE ACCORDINGLY. You have to ask yourself; “How many military, active duty, retired and vets do I have in my State or district?” I’ll be there is a bunch..

Here is her reply I got today:

Thank you for contacting me to express your concerns about military spending. I appreciate hearing from you on this important matter, and sincerely regret the delayed response.

On March 4, 2014, President Barack Obama submitted his fiscal year 2015 budget request to Congress. This proposed budget would provide $494.6 billion to the U.S. Department of Defense for fiscal year 2015, which is about $31 billion less than last year’s requested amount. The request seeks to reduce the number of active-duty soldiers serving in the U.S. Army from 510,000 to about 450,000 by fiscal year 2019, and the number of National Guard and Reserve service members from 831,000 to 798,000. This budget would also increase TRICARE deductibles and copays in an effort to restructure and reduce the cost of military benefits.

I have concerns about the proposed cuts and increases in health care costs. I look forward to learning more about the Department of Defense’s budget proposal and its potential impact on Washington state’s military community. After a decade of war, I know that long and frequent deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan have greatly strained our state’s military families. Please be assured that I will keep your concerns in mind as the budget process continues this year.

I am profoundly grateful for the service of America’s service members and for the sacrifices they have made to defend and preserve our great nation. I will continue to work to ensure that the brave men and women of our armed forces have the essential tools and resources they need to accomplish their mission on behalf of the people of the United States. I know this is particularly important in our state, which is home to the tenth largest military population in the country. As such, we have an important responsibility to ensure that our service members and their families are provided the benefits and assistance that they so greatly deserve.

Thank you again for contacting me to share your thoughts on this matter. Please do not hesitate to contact me in the future if I can be of further assistance.

Sincerely,
Maria Cantwell
United States Senator

 

This reply is a non reply and she goes on to further explain that they are going to raise my out of pocket health insurance costs.  Is this the kind of Senator we should re-elect or should the State of Washington recall her?  ALL her replies to me are like this and I am sick and tired of it.

 

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Obamacare Summed Up in One Sentence

 

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WASHINGTON STATE SENATOR MARIA CANTWELL CROWS ABOUT THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT, aka OBAMACARE

SHE MUST NOT GO BACK THE U.S. SENATE! Click the pic to go to her opponent and contribute to his campaign.

“Thank you for contacting me United States Supreme Court’s decision affirming the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. I appreciate hearing from you on this important issue.

On June 28, 2012, in the landmark decision of National Federation of Independent Business et. al. v. Health and Human Services et al., the United States Supreme Court affirmed the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PL 111-148). The Supreme Court’s decision is an important step in upholding a law that will help drive down the cost of health care and increase access to those who don’t have coverage. Many important provisions will help reward the State of Washington for its cost-effective, outcome-based, delivery system.

Due to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, people can no longer be denied insurance coverage for pre-existing conditions. The law provides small businesses tax breaks for providing health insurance. It also will help provide cheaper prescription drugs for seniors, and will permit young adults to stay on their parents’ health insurance until age 26. It ends unfair penalties for Washington providers who deliver quality health care at a lower cost than other states, and it ensures Washington state’s Basic Health Plan will continue to serve as a national model for expanding access to care using bulk purchasing power. Finally, the law helps to build Washington state’s future health care workforce.

Ensuring that individuals have access to high quality affordable health care has always been a priority of mine. As a member of the Senate Finance Committee, I will continue to strongly advocate for increased access to quality health care, affordable health care cost, and improved efficiency of our medical delivery system.

Thank you again for contacting me to share your thoughts on this matter. Please do not hesitate to contact me in the future if I can be of further assistance.

Sincerely,

Maria Cantwell

United States Senator”

MY COMMENTS:  After all we now know about this Obamanation of a law, this poor example of a Senator has the chutzpah to crow about it now.  She is exposing herself for all of us to see what she really is, just another Liberal/Progressive who wants to make you a servant of big government who in-turn will be telling you what kind of healthcare you will be ALLOWED to have.  She is just another tax and spend liberal who believes that raising taxes is the answer to all our ills.  As I indicated in a earlier post, she is just another career politician, who happens to be one of those terrible millionaires who doesn’t pay enough taxes, but says we should pay more but I doubt that she pays any more that she has too.  Don’t ever lose sight of the fact that the $250k they talk about as the limit, those below won’t pay more, that $250k is gross pay, not net!  So almost all small business people will get hammered.  SHE IS A DYED IN THE WOOL LIBERAL/PROGRESSIVE PERIOD!  She must be voted out of office this election!

 

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OBAMA PRESSING TO SHOVE MILITARY INTO THE STATE RUN EXCHANGE PROGRAMS

He is after everybody……Even those who stand the line…..

The only thing I can say to this is “I told you so”!  This guy is hell bent on destroying this nation in every way he can.  The military folks had better wake up and smell the coffee.  He is after them and all the retirees who use Tri-Care.  And that’s just about everybody.  Click here for the article.  The House had better not cave on this otherwise every “R” who allows this will get replaced this year also………

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SENATOR MARIA CANTWELL RESPONSE TO MY CONCERNS ABOUT TRI-CARE FEES

MARIA CANTWELL MUST BE DEFEATED IN 2012!!

Thank you for contacting me with your concerns regarding TRICARE.  I appreciate hearing from you on this important matter.

I share your concerns about keeping TRICARE affordable.  The health and welfare of those men and women who have bravely served our country both in times of peace and war deserve our full support.  To that end, I have consistently worked to ensure that any TRICARE fee increases proposed by the Department of Defense do not put an undue burden on our soldiers, military families, and veterans.

On December 31, 2011, President Obama signed into law the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 into law.  This legislation included a provision which gave the Department of Defense the authority to increase TRICARE enrollment fees in order to help reduce the growing cost of healthcare within the Department of Defense budget.  These healthcare costs have grown from $1.5 trillion in 2001 to an estimated $2.7 trillion in fiscal year 2013, an increase of 84 percent.  The National Defense Authorization Act would tie TRICARE yearly enrollment fee increases to the annual cost-of-living increase provided to military retirees, which averages around 3.1 percent.

I am profoundly grateful for the service ofAmerica’s veterans and for the sacrifices they have made to defend and preserve our great nation.  As such, I believe we have an important responsibility to ensure that our veterans are provided the benefits and assistance that they so greatly deserve.  Please be assured that I will continue to work with my colleagues on behalf of the many veterans in the state of Washington.

Thank you again for contacting me to share your thoughts on this matter.  You may also be interested in signing up for periodic updates for WashingtonStateresidents.  If you are interested in subscribing to this update, please visit my website at http://cantwell.senate.gov

.  Please do not hesitate to contact me in the future if I can be of further assistance

Sincerely,
Maria Cantwell
United States Senator

For future correspondence with my office, please visit my website at
http://cantwell.senate.gov/contact/index.html

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Notice how she dodges the questions and does not address my concerns.  She just explains how its going to be…….

 

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WILL KAGEN RECUSE HERSELF FROM THE OBAMA-CARE CASE BEFORE THE SCOTUS?

Mob Boss to one of his Lieutenants?

If she doesn’t, that will mark a truly dark turn for the Constitution.  She was asked point-blank if she was in any way involved in this legislation and she said “no”.  I believe that that answer is a bald face lie and not only should indicate that she MUST recuse herself from the debate, but, her answer being a lie, should cause her legitimacy for her position on the SCOTUS to come into question.  If she does not, this will be one of the biggest scandals ever to hit the SCOTUS.  Click the pic for the story.  In light of this information, I don’t see how she can not recuse herself…

 

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OBAMA NOMINATING PEOPLE WHO AGREE THAT THE ANSWER TO ALL OUR ILLS IS MORE GOVERNMENT

He is stacking the deck against us all.

Does this come as any surprise to anyone who should be paying attention?  No….  As demonstrated in this nomination, obama is as committed as ever at destroying the medical care industry in the United States, replacing it with a system that is inadequate and is designed to dictate to you and your Dr., what kind of care you may have.  This is one of the bureaucrat who would be making those types of decisions.  This impending Supreme Court review of “ObamaCare” could prove to be one of the most important decision the HIgh COurt has had placed before them.  With the consequences to the nation being potentially dire, this decision will most likely determine which social direction the United States will go.  To say I am concerned is an understatement.  I wouldn’t be quite so concerned if we didn’t have a Justice on the Court that was so obviously biased in favor of ObamaCare.  That person is Justice Kagan.  She was involved in this legislation op to her neck and that is why Obama nominated her to the Supreme Court.  She is there to help get this Obamination through the court and give it a thumbs up.  So with that being said, I am pretty confident that the Left is going to fight tooth and nail to keep her from recusing herself from the case, even though the law requires it.  I am not optimistic.  The left has and will stoop to anything to press their agenda.  It is the Supreme Courts job to insure the Constitution and Bill of Rights are not abused.  I am not overly optimistic that this Court has the wherewithal or desire to do so anymore.  I have little faith at this point.  I hope I am proven wrong……

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CONGRESSWOMAN JAIME HERRERA-BEUTLER VOTES IN FAVOR OF IMPLIMENTING OBAMA CARE

Call her and give her a piece of your mind. Ph. 202-225-3536 I did!

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler [R, WA-3]  votes in favor of this CR that would fund implementation of Obama Care . Now if I remember correctly, that is exactly what we sent her to Washington NOT TO DO.  Also, a provision of OBAMACARE would force all insurance companies to give the Feds all your medical records/history.  She voted in favor of this?!  Check this list.  Is your Rep listed as voting Aye?

Rep. Gary Ackerman [D, NY-5] Nay
Rep. Sandy Adams [R, FL-24] Aye
Rep. Robert Aderholt [R, AL-4] Aye
Rep. Todd Akin [R, MO-2] Aye
Rep. Rodney Alexander [R, LA-5] Aye
Rep. Jason Altmire [D, PA-4] Aye
Rep. Justin Amash [R, MI-3] Nay
Rep. Mark Amodei [R, NV-2] Aye
Rep. Robert Andrews [D, NJ-1] Nay
Rep. Steve Austria [R, OH-7] Nay
Rep. Joe Baca [D, CA-43] Abstain
Rep. Michele Bachmann [R, MN-6] Abstain
Rep. Spencer Bachus [R, AL-6] Aye
Rep. Tammy Baldwin [D, WI-2] Nay
Rep. Lou Barletta [R, PA-11] Nay
Rep. John Barrow [D, GA-12] Nay
Rep. Roscoe Bartlett [R, MD-6] Aye
Rep. Joe Barton [R, TX-6] Aye
Rep. Charles Bass [R, NH-2] Aye
Rep. Karen Bass [D, CA-33] Nay
Rep. Xavier Becerra [D, CA-31] Nay
Rep. Dan Benishek [R, MI-1] Aye
Rep. Rick Berg [R, ND-0] Aye
Rep. Shelley Berkley [D, NV-1] Nay
Rep. Howard Berman [D, CA-28] Nay
Rep. Judy Biggert [R, IL-13] Aye
Rep. Brian Bilbray [R, CA-50] Aye
Rep. Gus Bilirakis [R, FL-9] Aye
Rep. Timothy Bishop [D, NY-1] Nay
Rep. Rob Bishop [R, UT-1] Aye
Rep. Sanford Bishop [D, GA-2] Nay
Rep. Diane Black [R, TN-6] Aye
Rep. Marsha Blackburn [R, TN-7] Abstain
Rep. Earl Blumenauer [D, OR-3] Nay
Rep. Jo Bonner [R, AL-1] Aye
Rep. Mary Bono Mack [R, CA-45] Aye
Rep. Dan Boren [D, OK-2] Nay
Rep. Leonard Boswell [D, IA-3] Nay
Rep. Charles Boustany [R, LA-7] Aye
Rep. Kevin Brady [R, TX-8] Aye
Rep. Robert Brady [D, PA-1] Nay
Rep. Bruce Braley [D, IA-1] Nay
Rep. Mo Brooks [R, AL-5] Aye
Rep. Paul Broun [R, GA-10] Nay
Rep. Corrine Brown [D, FL-3] Nay
Rep. Vern Buchanan [R, FL-13] Aye
Rep. Larry Bucshon [R, IN-8] Nay
Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle [R, NY-25] Aye
Rep. Michael Burgess [R, TX-26] Nay
Rep. Dan Burton [R, IN-5] Nay
Rep. George Butterfield [D, NC-1] Nay
Rep. Ken Calvert [R, CA-44] Aye
Rep. David Camp [R, MI-4] Aye
Rep. John Campbell [R, CA-48] Nay
Rep. Francisco Canseco [R, TX-23] Nay
Rep. Eric Cantor [R, VA-7] Aye
Rep. Shelley Capito [R, WV-2] Aye
Rep. Lois Capps [D, CA-23] Nay
Rep. Michael Capuano [D, MA-8] Nay
Rep. Dennis Cardoza [D, CA-18] Nay
Rep. Russ Carnahan [D, MO-3] Nay
Rep. John Carney [D, DE-0] Nay
Rep. André Carson [D, IN-7] Nay
Rep. John Carter [R, TX-31] Aye
Rep. Bill Cassidy [R, LA-6] Aye
Rep. Kathy Castor [D, FL-11] Nay
Rep. Steven Chabot [R, OH-1] Aye
Rep. Jason Chaffetz [R, UT-3] Nay
Rep. Ben Chandler [D, KY-6] Nay
Rep. Judy Chu [D, CA-32] Nay
Rep. David Cicilline [D, RI-1] Nay
Rep. Yvette Clarke [D, NY-11] Nay
Rep. Hansen Clarke [D, MI-13] Nay
Rep. William Clay [D, MO-1] Nay
Rep. Emanuel Cleaver [D, MO-5] Nay
Rep. James Clyburn [D, SC-6] Nay
Rep. Howard Coble [R, NC-6] Aye
Rep. Mike Coffman [R, CO-6] Aye
Rep. Steve Cohen [D, TN-9] Nay
Rep. Tom Cole [R, OK-4] Aye
Rep. Michael Conaway [R, TX-11] Aye
Rep. Gerald Connolly [D, VA-11] Nay
Rep. John Conyers [D, MI-14] Nay
Rep. Jim Cooper [D, TN-5] Nay
Rep. Jim Costa [D, CA-20] Nay
Rep. Jerry Costello [D, IL-12] Nay
Rep. Joe Courtney [D, CT-2] Nay
Rep. Chip Cravaack [R, MN-8] Aye
Rep. Rick Crawford [R, AR-1] Aye
Rep. Ander Crenshaw [R, FL-4] Aye
Rep. Mark Critz [D, PA-12] Nay
Rep. Joseph Crowley [D, NY-7] Nay
Rep. Henry Cuellar [D, TX-28] Nay
Rep. John Culberson [R, TX-7] Aye
Rep. Elijah Cummings [D, MD-7] Nay
Rep. Danny Davis [D, IL-7] Nay
Rep. Geoff Davis [R, KY-4] Aye
Rep. Susan Davis [D, CA-53] Nay
Rep. Peter DeFazio [D, OR-4] Nay
Rep. Diana DeGette [D, CO-1] Nay
Rep. Rosa DeLauro [D, CT-3] Nay
Rep. Jeff Denham [R, CA-19] Aye
Rep. Charles Dent [R, PA-15] Aye
Rep. Scott DesJarlais [R, TN-4] Nay
Rep. Ted Deutch [D, FL-19] Nay
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart [R, FL-21] Aye
Rep. Norman Dicks [D, WA-6] Nay
Rep. John Dingell [D, MI-15] Nay
Rep. Lloyd Doggett [D, TX-25] Nay
Rep. Bob Dold [R, IL-10] Aye
Rep. Joe Donnelly [D, IN-2] Nay
Rep. Michael Doyle [D, PA-14] Nay
Rep. David Dreier [R, CA-26] Aye
Rep. Sean Duffy [R, WI-7] Aye
Rep. Jeff Duncan [R, SC-3] Nay
Rep. John Duncan [R, TN-2] Nay
Rep. Donna Edwards [D, MD-4] Nay
Rep. Keith Ellison [D, MN-5] Nay
Rep. Renee Ellmers [R, NC-2] Aye
Rep. Jo Ann Emerson [R, MO-8] Aye
Rep. Eliot Engel [D, NY-17] Nay
Rep. Anna Eshoo [D, CA-14] Nay
Rep. Blake Farenthold [R, TX-27] Aye
Rep. Sam Farr [D, CA-17] Nay
Rep. Chaka Fattah [D, PA-2] Nay
Rep. Bob Filner [D, CA-51] Nay
Rep. Stephen Fincher [R, TN-8] Nay
Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick [R, PA-8] Aye
Rep. Jeff Flake [R, AZ-6] Nay
Rep. Chuck Fleischmann [R, TN-3] Aye
Rep. John Fleming [R, LA-4] Nay
Rep. Bill Flores [R, TX-17] Aye
Rep. Randy Forbes [R, VA-4] Aye
Rep. Jeffrey Fortenberry [R, NE-1] Aye
Rep. Virginia Foxx [R, NC-5] Aye
Rep. Barney Frank [D, MA-4] Nay
Rep. Trent Franks [R, AZ-2] Nay
Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen [R, NJ-11] Aye
Rep. Marcia Fudge [D, OH-11] Nay
Rep. Elton Gallegly [R, CA-24] Aye
Rep. John Garamendi [D, CA-10] Nay
Rep. Cory Gardner [R, CO-4] Aye
Rep. Scott Garrett [R, NJ-5] Aye
Rep. Jim Gerlach [R, PA-6] Aye
Rep. Bob Gibbs [R, OH-18] Aye
Rep. Chris Gibson [R, NY-20] Aye
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords [D, AZ-8] Abstain
Rep. John Gingrey [R, GA-11] Nay
Rep. Louis Gohmert [R, TX-1] Nay
Rep. Charles Gonzalez [D, TX-20] Nay
Rep. Robert Goodlatte [R, VA-6] Aye
Rep. Paul Gosar [R, AZ-1] Aye
Rep. Trey Gowdy [R, SC-4] Nay
Rep. Kay Granger [R, TX-12] Aye
Rep. Samuel Graves [R, MO-6] Aye
Rep. Tom Graves [R, GA-9] Nay
Rep. Al Green [D, TX-9] Nay
Rep. Raymond Green [D, TX-29] Nay
Rep. Tim Griffin [R, AR-2] Aye
Rep. Morgan Griffith [R, VA-9] Aye
Rep. Raul Grijalva [D, AZ-7] Nay
Rep. Michael Grimm [R, NY-13] Aye
Rep. Frank Guinta [R, NH-1] Aye
Rep. Brett Guthrie [R, KY-2] Aye
Rep. Luis Gutiérrez [D, IL-4] Nay
Rep. Janice Hahn [D, CA-36] Nay
Rep. Ralph Hall [R, TX-4] Aye
Rep. Colleen Hanabusa [D, HI-1] Nay
Rep. Richard Hanna [R, NY-24] Aye
Rep. Gregg Harper [R, MS-3] Aye
Rep. Andy Harris [R, MD-1] Aye
Rep. Vicky Hartzler [R, MO-4] Aye
Rep. Alcee Hastings [D, FL-23] Nay
Rep. Doc Hastings [R, WA-4] Aye
Rep. Nan Hayworth [R, NY-19] Aye
Rep. Joe Heck [R, NV-3] Aye
Rep. Martin Heinrich [D, NM-1] Nay
Rep. Jeb Hensarling [R, TX-5] Aye
Rep. Walter Herger [R, CA-2] Aye
Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler [R, WA-3] Aye
Rep. Brian Higgins [D, NY-27] Nay
Rep. James Himes [D, CT-4] Nay
Rep. Maurice Hinchey [D, NY-22] Nay
Rep. Rubén Hinojosa [D, TX-15] Nay
Rep. Mazie Hirono [D, HI-2] Nay
Rep. Kathleen Hochul [D, NY-26] Nay
Rep. Tim Holden [D, PA-17] Aye
Rep. Rush Holt [D, NJ-12] Nay
Rep. Michael Honda [D, CA-15] Nay
Rep. Steny Hoyer [D, MD-5] Nay
Rep. Tim Huelskamp [R, KS-1] Nay
Rep. Bill Huizenga [R, MI-2] Nay
Rep. Randy Hultgren [R, IL-14] Nay
Rep. Duncan Hunter [R, CA-52] Aye
Rep. Robert Hurt [R, VA-5] Aye
Rep. Jay Inslee [D, WA-1] Nay
Rep. Steve Israel [D, NY-2] Nay
Rep. Darrell Issa [R, CA-49] Aye
Rep. Jesse Jackson [D, IL-2] Nay
Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee [D, TX-18] Nay
Rep. Lynn Jenkins [R, KS-2] Aye
Rep. Eddie Johnson [D, TX-30] Nay
Rep. Bill Johnson [R, OH-6] Aye
Rep. Henry Johnson [D, GA-4] Nay
Rep. Timothy Johnson [R, IL-15] Nay
Rep. Samuel Johnson [R, TX-3] Aye
Rep. Walter Jones [R, NC-3] Aye
Rep. Jim Jordan [R, OH-4] Nay
Rep. Marcy Kaptur [D, OH-9] Nay
Rep. William Keating [D, MA-10] Nay
Rep. Mike Kelly [R, PA-3] Aye
Rep. Dale Kildee [D, MI-5] Nay
Rep. Ronald Kind [D, WI-3] Nay
Rep. Steve King [R, IA-5] Nay
Rep. Peter King [R, NY-3] Aye
Rep. Jack Kingston [R, GA-1] Aye
Rep. Adam Kinzinger [R, IL-11] Aye
Rep. Larry Kissell [D, NC-8] Aye
Rep. John Kline [R, MN-2] Aye
Rep. Dennis Kucinich [D, OH-10] Nay
Rep. Raúl Labrador [R, ID-1] Aye
Rep. Doug Lamborn [R, CO-5] Nay
Rep. Leonard Lance [R, NJ-7] Aye
Rep. Jeff Landry [R, LA-3] Nay
Rep. James Langevin [D, RI-2] Nay
Rep. James Lankford [R, OK-5] Aye
Rep. Rick Larsen [D, WA-2] Nay
Rep. John Larson [D, CT-1] Nay
Rep. Thomas Latham [R, IA-4] Aye
Rep. Steven LaTourette [R, OH-14] Aye
Rep. Robert Latta [R, OH-5] Aye
Rep. Barbara Lee [D, CA-9] Nay
Rep. Sander Levin [D, MI-12] Nay
Rep. Jerry Lewis [R, CA-41] Aye
Rep. John Lewis [D, GA-5] Nay
Rep. Daniel Lipinski [D, IL-3] Nay
Rep. Frank LoBiondo [R, NJ-2] Aye
Rep. David Loebsack [D, IA-2] Nay
Rep. Zoe Lofgren [D, CA-16] Nay
Rep. Billy Long [R, MO-7] Aye
Rep. Nita Lowey [D, NY-18] Nay
Rep. Frank Lucas [R, OK-3] Aye
Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer [R, MO-9] Aye
Rep. Ben Luján [D, NM-3] Nay
Rep. Cynthia Lummis [R, WY-0] Nay
Rep. Daniel Lungren [R, CA-3] Aye
Rep. Stephen Lynch [D, MA-9] Nay
Rep. Connie Mack [R, FL-14] Nay
Rep. Carolyn Maloney [D, NY-14] Nay
Rep. Donald Manzullo [R, IL-16] Aye
Rep. Kenny Marchant [R, TX-24] Nay
Rep. Thomas Marino [R, PA-10] Aye
Rep. Edward Markey [D, MA-7] Nay
Rep. Jim Matheson [D, UT-2] Nay
Rep. Doris Matsui [D, CA-5] Nay
Rep. Kevin McCarthy [R, CA-22] Aye
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy [D, NY-4] Aye
Rep. Michael McCaul [R, TX-10] Aye
Rep. Tom McClintock [R, CA-4] Nay
Rep. Betty McCollum [D, MN-4] Nay
Rep. Thaddeus McCotter [R, MI-11] Aye
Rep. James McDermott [D, WA-7] Nay
Rep. James McGovern [D, MA-3] Nay
Rep. Patrick McHenry [R, NC-10] Aye
Rep. Mike McIntyre [D, NC-7] Nay
Rep. Howard McKeon [R, CA-25] Aye
Rep. David McKinley [R, WV-1] Aye
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers [R, WA-5] Aye
Rep. Jerry McNerney [D, CA-11] Nay
Rep. Patrick Meehan [R, PA-7] Aye
Rep. Gregory Meeks [D, NY-6] Nay
Rep. John Mica [R, FL-7] Aye
Rep. Michael Michaud [D, ME-2] Aye
Rep. Candice Miller [R, MI-10] Aye
Rep. Jeff Miller [R, FL-1] Nay
Rep. George Miller [D, CA-7] Nay
Rep. Bradley Miller [D, NC-13] Nay
Rep. Gary Miller [R, CA-42] Aye
Rep. Gwen Moore [D, WI-4] Nay
Rep. James Moran [D, VA-8] Nay
Rep. Mick Mulvaney [R, SC-5] Nay
Rep. Christopher Murphy [D, CT-5] Nay
Rep. Tim Murphy [R, PA-18] Aye
Rep. Sue Myrick [R, NC-9] Aye
Rep. Jerrold Nadler [D, NY-8] Nay
Rep. Grace Napolitano [D, CA-38] Nay
Rep. Richard Neal [D, MA-2] Nay
Rep. Randy Neugebauer [R, TX-19] Nay
Rep. Kristi Noem [R, SD-0] Aye
Rep. Richard Nugent [R, FL-5] Aye
Rep. Devin Nunes [R, CA-21] Aye
Rep. Alan Nunnelee [R, MS-1] Aye
Rep. Pete Olson [R, TX-22] Aye
Rep. John Olver [D, MA-1] Nay
Rep. William Owens [D, NY-23] Nay
Rep. Steven Palazzo [R, MS-4] Aye
Rep. Frank Pallone [D, NJ-6] Nay
Rep. William Pascrell [D, NJ-8] Nay
Rep. Edward Pastor [D, AZ-4] Nay
Rep. Ronald Paul [R, TX-14] Abstain
Rep. Erik Paulsen [R, MN-3] Aye
Rep. Donald Payne [D, NJ-10] Abstain
Rep. Steven Pearce [R, NM-2] Nay
Rep. Nancy Pelosi [D, CA-8] Nay
Rep. Mike Pence [R, IN-6] Aye
Rep. Ed Perlmutter [D, CO-7] Nay
Rep. Gary Peters [D, MI-9] Nay
Rep. Collin Peterson [D, MN-7] Nay
Rep. Thomas Petri [R, WI-6] Aye
Rep. Chellie Pingree [D, ME-1] Nay
Rep. Joseph Pitts [R, PA-16] Aye
Rep. Todd Platts [R, PA-19] Aye
Rep. Ted Poe [R, TX-2] Nay
Rep. Jared Polis [D, CO-2] Nay
Rep. Mike Pompeo [R, KS-4] Aye
Rep. Bill Posey [R, FL-15] Nay
Rep. Tom Price [R, GA-6] Aye
Rep. David Price [D, NC-4] Nay
Rep. Ben Quayle [R, AZ-3] Aye
Rep. Mike Quigley [D, IL-5] Nay
Rep. Nick Rahall [D, WV-3] Nay
Rep. Charles Rangel [D, NY-15] Nay
Rep. Tom Reed [R, NY-29] Aye
Rep. Dennis Rehberg [R, MT-0] Aye
Rep. Dave Reichert [R, WA-8] Abstain
Rep. Jim Renacci [R, OH-16] Aye
Rep. Silvestre Reyes [D, TX-16] Nay
Rep. Reid Ribble [R, WI-8] Aye
Rep. Laura Richardson [D, CA-37] Nay
Rep. Cedric Richmond [D, LA-2] Nay
Rep. Scott Rigell [R, VA-2] Aye
Rep. David Rivera [R, FL-25] Aye
Rep. Martha Roby [R, AL-2] Aye
Rep. Phil Roe [R, TN-1] Aye
Rep. Harold Rogers [R, KY-5] Aye
Rep. Michael Rogers [R, AL-3] Aye
Rep. Michael Rogers [R, MI-8] Aye
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher [R, CA-46] Nay
Rep. Todd Rokita [R, IN-4] Aye
Rep. Thomas Rooney [R, FL-16] Aye
Rep. Peter Roskam [R, IL-6] Aye
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen [R, FL-18] Aye
Rep. Mike Ross [D, AR-4] Nay
Rep. Dennis Ross [R, FL-12] Nay
Rep. Steven Rothman [D, NJ-9] Nay
Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard [D, CA-34] Nay
Rep. Edward Royce [R, CA-40] Nay
Rep. Jon Runyan [R, NJ-3] Aye
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger [D, MD-2] Nay
Rep. Bobby Rush [D, IL-1] Nay
Rep. Paul Ryan [R, WI-1] Aye
Rep. Timothy Ryan [D, OH-17] Nay
Rep. Loretta Sanchez [D, CA-47] Nay
Rep. Linda Sánchez [D, CA-39] Nay
Rep. John Sarbanes [D, MD-3] Nay
Rep. Steve Scalise [R, LA-1] Aye
Rep. Janice Schakowsky [D, IL-9] Nay
Rep. Adam Schiff [D, CA-29] Nay
Rep. Robert Schilling [R, IL-17] Aye
Rep. Jean Schmidt [R, OH-2] Aye
Rep. Aaron Schock [R, IL-18] Aye
Rep. Kurt Schrader [D, OR-5] Nay
Rep. Allyson Schwartz [D, PA-13] Nay
Rep. David Schweikert [R, AZ-5] Nay
Rep. Robert Scott [D, VA-3] Nay
Rep. David Scott [D, GA-13] Nay
Rep. Austin Scott [R, GA-8] Aye
Rep. Tim Scott [R, SC-1] Aye
Rep. James Sensenbrenner [R, WI-5] Aye
Rep. José Serrano [D, NY-16] Nay
Rep. Peter Sessions [R, TX-32] Aye
Rep. Terri Sewell [D, AL-7] Nay
Rep. Brad Sherman [D, CA-27] Nay
Rep. John Shimkus [R, IL-19] Aye
Rep. Heath Shuler [D, NC-11] Nay
Rep. William Shuster [R, PA-9] Aye
Rep. Michael Simpson [R, ID-2] Aye
Rep. Albio Sires [D, NJ-13] Nay
Rep. Louise Slaughter [D, NY-28] Nay
Rep. Adam Smith [D, WA-9] Nay
Rep. Christopher Smith [R, NJ-4] Aye
Rep. Lamar Smith [R, TX-21] Aye
Rep. Adrian Smith [R, NE-3] Aye
Rep. Steve Southerland [R, FL-2] Aye
Rep. Jackie Speier [D, CA-12] Nay
Rep. Fortney Stark [D, CA-13] Nay
Rep. Clifford Stearns [R, FL-6] Aye
Rep. Steve Stivers [R, OH-15] Aye
Rep. Marlin Stutzman [R, IN-3] Aye
Rep. John Sullivan [R, OK-1] Aye
Rep. Betty Sutton [D, OH-13] Abstain
Rep. Lee Terry [R, NE-2] Aye
Rep. Michael Thompson [D, CA-1] Nay
Rep. Glenn Thompson [R, PA-5] Aye
Rep. Bennie Thompson [D, MS-2] Nay
Rep. William Thornberry [R, TX-13] Aye
Rep. Patrick Tiberi [R, OH-12] Aye
Rep. John Tierney [D, MA-6] Nay
Rep. Scott Tipton [R, CO-3] Aye
Rep. Paul Tonko [D, NY-21] Nay
Rep. Edolphus Towns [D, NY-10] Nay
Rep. Niki Tsongas [D, MA-5] Nay
Rep. Robert Turner [R, NY-9] Aye
Rep. Michael Turner [R, OH-3] Nay
Rep. Frederick Upton [R, MI-6] Aye
Rep. Christopher Van Hollen [D, MD-8] Nay
Rep. Nydia Velázquez [D, NY-12] Nay
Rep. Peter Visclosky [D, IN-1] Nay
Rep. Timothy Walberg [R, MI-7] Nay
Rep. Greg Walden [R, OR-2] Aye
Rep. Joe Walsh [R, IL-8] Nay
Rep. Timothy Walz [D, MN-1] Nay
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz [D, FL-20] Nay
Rep. Maxine Waters [D, CA-35] Nay
Rep. Melvin Watt [D, NC-12] Nay
Rep. Henry Waxman [D, CA-30] Nay
Rep. Daniel Webster [R, FL-8] Aye
Rep. Peter Welch [D, VT-0] Aye
Rep. Allen West [R, FL-22] Aye
Rep. Lynn Westmoreland [R, GA-3] Nay
Rep. Edward Whitfield [R, KY-1] Aye
Rep. Frederica Wilson [D, FL-17] Nay
Rep. Addison Wilson [R, SC-2] Nay
Rep. Rob Wittman [R, VA-1] Aye
Rep. Frank Wolf [R, VA-10] Aye
Rep. Steve Womack [R, AR-3] Aye
Rep. Rob Woodall [R, GA-7] Aye
Rep. Lynn Woolsey [D, CA-6] Nay
Rep. John Yarmuth [D, KY-3] Nay
Rep. Kevin Yoder [R, KS-3] Aye
Rep. Todd Young [R, IN-9] Aye
Rep. Donald Young [R, AK-0] Aye
Rep. Bill Young [R, FL-10] Aye

* – Voters marked “No Data” are voters that THOMAS has not associated yet.

** Because of incomplete data, party breakdown visualizations may be inaccurate by one or two votes.

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WHAT IS “CAPP’S LAW” AND WHY YOU SHOULD BURN UP THE PHONE LINES TO YOUR REPRESENTATIVES

CONTACT YOUR REPS NOW!!

It seems that all of our “trusted” politicians have been working behind the scenes to put together a plan that will cost Americans billions of dollars of new fees on such things as 401k plans and your healthcare.  Click the pic.  I guarantee your hair will catch fire!

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Representa​tive Jaime Herrera Beutler – RESPONSE TO MY LETTER REGARDING HEALTH CARE..

 

Representa tive Jaime Herrera Beutler

April 11, 2011

 

Thank you for contacting me regarding implementation of last year’s health care bill, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. It is an honor to represent the people of Southwest Washington and I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts with me.

I realize many families in Southwest Washington are struggling to find access to quality affordable health care, and ensuring that citizens in Southwest Washington have access to quality, affordable health care is a top priority for me. However, I believe we need true transformational health care reform that does not increase taxes or government spending. This is why I voted to repeal last year’s healthcare bill, because I do not believe we should continue to borrow 42 cents of every dollar spent from future generations to pay for today’s policies.

I am a cosponsor of a bill that would allow patients to purchase health care across state lines, because more insurance companies competing for your business will lower the cost of insurance and give you more choices. I also support Association Health Plans for small businesses which will let individuals have the same tax breaks big corporations have.

These proposals are far from the ultimate solution to our county’s health needs, but they are significant because they allow more people to choose the health care that meets their needs.  Those of us in Congress have more work to do – like ensuring there are safety nets to help for our most vulnerable.  Please know I will not rest until we have put in place innovative reforms that promote access to health care for all Americans while also protecting future generations from crushing debt.

Thank you again for contacting me on this important issue. I invite you to visit my website at www.herrerabeutler.house.gov for additional information or to sign up to be kept up to date on these issues. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I can be of further assistance.

 

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(UPDATED 031511) IS THE GOVERNMENT (GOP) GOING TO TURN ITS BACK ON THE VETS AND SCREW UP THIER TRI-CARE MEDICAL BENEFITS?

THE POLITICIANS SHOULD NOT BALANCE THE BUDGET ON THE BACKS OF THE VETS....Click the pic for the story

If they do, they do s0 at their political peril.   We veterans sacrifices for 20 years plus, in many instances putting ourselves in harm’s way in order to protect this nation, and now the politicians are threatening our retirement benefits.  They are targeting the “working age retirees” on this one.  “Working age retirees”?!?!?  What the hell, you have to work because you cannot live solely on a single enlisted retirement and expect to be an any way comfortable.  This is unconscionable and cannot be allowed to pass.  I urge ALL retirees and future retirees to contact their Reps and tell them to resist all efforts to  do this. I did…  Read the comments on this stories site.  It pretty much says it all…

My Letter:

The enemies of the veterans are at it again, trying to renege on the benefits promised to us upon 20+ years of faithful service.  If the GOP or Democrats allows this to happen, the GOP and Democrats will feel the wrath of the veterans at the polls.  I urge you to resist all efforts to erode our benefits.  This latest scheme targets the “working age” retirees.  I am sick and tired of my government “Targeting” me, through taxes and now this.  My wife and I childless, not by choice and we get raped every year in taxes, and now the possibility of our health insurance being screwed up too.  My health is failing and I am none too happy about this situation.  The term “working age retirees” is a joke.  You cannot live on Military retirement only.  You have to work if you want to live any decent existence.  I don’t need the government further eroding my standard of living especially since I/we worked over 20 years for my military retirement benefits.  When the nation forgets about the vets, the nation will suffer for it.

UPDATED 031511

Vets march on Capitol Hill

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CBO DIRECTOR SAYS OBAMACARE WOULD REDUCE EMPLOYMENT BY 800,000 WORKERS

THAT'S RIGHT! I SAID IT!! 800,000 JOBS LOST. CLICK THE PIC FOR THE STORY

Rep. John Campbell walks this guy right into a corner and makes him admit that we will loose 800,000 jobs if ObamaCare is allowed to come to fruition.

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THE OBAMA DOD PLANS TO INCREASE THE PREMIUMS OF MILITARY RETIREES FOR THEIR MEDICAL CARE TO DECREASE THE DEFICIT….. or WOW! GLAD I STUCK IT OUT AND SACRIFICED FOR OVER 20 YEARS, PUTTING MYSELF IN HARMS WAY EVERY DAY, FOR THIS!! My letter to my new Congresswoman, 3rd District Wa. State Jaime Hererra-Beutler

CLICK THE PIC TO GO TO HER CONGRESSIONAL SITE

Message Subject: TRI-CARE PREMIUM INCREASE PROPOSAL
Message Text:
I am retired Air Force. I retired in Feb. of 2005. I initially enlisted in 1975, and at that time, being a serviceman in the United States Military meant something and there were some pretty good benefits of being in the military. Being in the military meant that you could go to the Base PX, or BX, depending on where you were. At that time, you could expect to get discounted pricing on most items in the Exchange. Because the military pay was not very good, it was the only way you could expect to make “ends meet” and make it from payday to payday. The same was also true of the Base Commissary. Grocery shopping at the Commissary was the only way you could afford to put decent food on the table, especially if you were not an NCO, when the pay started to get better. Along with those benefits, medical care was always provided. Active Duty personnel and their families could be assured that their medical needs would be met. This benefit was also provided to the retirees simply because, They Earned It,… by 20+ years of faithful, dedicated service to their country. Well, in the 35 + years since my initial enlistment, I have witnessed a slow, methodical “whittling away” of these benefits at the hands of our elected officials. The prices in both the BX’s and the Commissaries has risen to the point where it is no longer cost effective to shop on base, AND our medical care has been under attack since the DOD decided to change over to Tri-Care several years ago. Being AGR in the Air National Guard, we were “geologically separated” from any military medical facility because we are over 100 miles from any active duty military base. When we were forced to transfer to Tri-Care, all us AGR’s various Dr.’s dropped us like a hot rock because of the small amount Tri-Care reimburses the care givers. We were left high and dry and were forced to find a care-giver who would accept “Tri-Care” patients. For some of us, that was a daunting task. Since then, many of us “Tri-Care” people have had significant difficulties with the Tri-Care system. I knew we were in for a rough ride when I found out that Tri-Care has a Congressional Office. That tells me, there are significant problems with this system we were forced into. Now, to top it off, the DOD is planning to significantly increase our premiums for this sub-standard plan. My costs are planned to go up $2000 more a year. This is simply unacceptable. I know that we sent you to Congress to make the touch choices, but, you need to understand that, by taking this action, you will be severely and adversely affect the quality of the military. Initially, what will happen is, people like me, still in the system, who are career because they are working for the benefits, will leave. This means that a huge portion of the “Brain Trust”, the very people the military depends on to train and lead, will depart. To say “retention” will suffer, is an understatement. This will also effect future enlistment because there will no longer be any incentive to go in the military. Why would anyone go into the military, be put in harms way, sacrifice and dedicate yourself to your duties, if there is no longer anything worth staying for? Doing this for “just a paycheck” will not suffice.. So now the DOD is going to saddle the retirees who are still of working age, with an additional financial burden, right when we cannot afford it the most. It is my considered opinion that mistreating the very people that sacrificed so much for this country is not only wrong headed, but immoral. I urge you to not support any plan to saddle the military, both active and retired with anymore financial burden. The retirees, especially the disabled, cannot and should not be expected to sacrifice any more. They, we, me, we have all sacrificed enough and can ill afford any more hardships. The economy is hurting enough as it is. This is nothing short of “insult to injury”.

http://www.marinecorpstimes.com/mobile/index.php?storyUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.marinetimes.com%2Fnews%2F2011%2F01%2Fmilitary-tricare-costs-battle-010711w%2F

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THE TRUTH BEHIND ALL THE “CREATIVE” BUDGETING OF THE OBAMA HEALTH CARE LAW

The truth about the Health Care budget

As you will see in this attached article on the House Budget Committee website, it is very apparent that the Libs have pulled out all the stops in hiding the true cost of this debacle.  This just demonstrates that the Liberal Progressives will stoop to anything to push their un-American, Socialist/Marxist agenda.  We must not ever loose sight of the fact that these malevolent forces have been at work within our government for a very long time and are not going to be defeated without a fight.  I say, “Bring It On”!  Truth, Justice and the American Way will win the day because we have the side of right and true patriotism on our side, with God as an Ally.  We must never shrink from a fight and we must never waiver from the truth.  We will fight this internal battle for our nation by sticking strictly to the rule of law and never wavering from the truth, no matter how difficult that may become.  Our Elected Representatives must know that we are behind them 100% and they must know that we will hold them accountable each time they waiver.  The Libs have demonstrated over that last 70+ years that their ideals do not and will not work.  These ideals have been rejected and Conservativism will pull us out of this mess we now find ourselves in.  If the Libs think we are the party of “no”, then they will find out what “hell no” means.

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DOD CONSIDERING INCREASING TRI-CARE FEES ON RETIREES

DOD LOOKING INTO RAISING TRI-CARE FEES ON THE RETIRED...

This article in the NY Times is a pack of lies.  They are filling the public with lies and getting them all stirred up against the military.  This is unconscionable.   You keep messing with the military people and pretty soon your going to have to re institute that draft because no one will be enlisting anymore because the benefits are gone and oh yea, the pay is going to take a hit too. Then, all you young people are going to have YOUR lives up-heaved and get paid a pittance and have to like it.  Click  the pic for the article…..

Here is a burb out of Military.com saying that the retirees premiums may go up to $2000!!

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AMERICA RISING VIDEO AN OPEN LETTER TO DEMOCRATS

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REPUBLICANS PLAN TO “DE-FUND” OBAMACARE – – OR, ARE THEY BACKING DOWN FROM FULL REPEAL IN SPITE OF THE PUBLIC OUTCRY?

THE CONSTITUTION MUST PREVAIL!!

After reading this “Bloomberg” article, I am concerned that the Republicans may looking for wiggle room on their pledge to fully repeal ObamaCare.  I say this because it seems like they are beginning to dither and look for excuses why they cannot live up to their pledge to America.  My position is; There is no doubt that this health care bill is extremely comprehensive and far-reaching, stretching the governments giant tentacles into untold and many yet to be determined area of the nation’s insurance and health care industries.  There are now recent reports from some medical and insurance entities citing many areas where these companies are going to have to make many changes that will adversely effect the American Taxpayer and the quality of Patient care.  It is being reported now that the possibility of only some of the provisions in the Bull, er, I mean Bill,  will be repealed because there are many provisions that have already come on line that people like.  Well, if that is the prevailing school of thought simply because they think it will be too difficult to repeal it peace-meal, I recommend that the Bill be first completely de-funded then repealed in its entirety, gut it, and remove it like the cancer it is in 2012 when the GOP takes back the White House.  Then, and only then, the GOP can put together a comprehensive plan that will deal with the true issues surrounding the problems with health care in the United States.  The Democrats have proven that all they want is to control the people and make us depend on the Federal Government like slaves, begging the Master for more food.  The GOP will, if they know what is smart and good for them, will return the USA to the Representative Republic it was founded to be.  The Democrat controlled Congress has done nothing but spend to unprecedented levels and expanded government in ways that to say are unconstitutional, is an understatement.

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HARRY REID – CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS AND HISTORY

HE TOLD A LV NEWSPAPER EDITOR THAT HE HOPED HIS NEWSPAPER WENT OUT OF BUSINESS....REMEMBER?

HARRY REID – ETHICAL ?

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(updated 101311) OBAMACARE – THE TRUE REPERCUSSIONS AND DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS OF THE MANDATES OUTLINED IN THE BILL COME OUT

BAD MEDICINE FROM CAPITOL HILL

Attached to this post you will find the CATO Institute white paper that outlines the effects OBAMACARE will have on all of us.  It is truly chilling, outrageous and down-right illegal.  Click HERE for the report and check it out for yourself.  This OBAMINATION must be repealed and the GOP MUST follow through on their “Pledge to America” and do everything possible to stop this from being implemented in any way, shape or form.

UPDATED 101311

Report reveals that OBAMACARE will require the government to get all your medical records.  Yea, that’s right, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WILL HAVE ALL OF YOUR MEDICAL RECORDS!………………..Click here of the information.  Of course the Obama Administration denies this assertion……….Yea……..right……We can believe them for sure…………  Make sure you contact your Reps and tell them to repeal this OBAMINATION!

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(UPDATED 092410) MEDIA – TELL THE TRUTH!! GENERAL ELECTRIC’S MEDIA MONOPOLY

TELL THE TRUTH!! YEA RIGHT, NOT AS LONG AS GE HAS ANYTHING TO SAY ABOUT IT...

Check out GE’s media holdings and make up your own mind….

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/Obamacare-is-even-worse-than-critics-thought-960772-103571664.html

http://www.facebook.com/notes/sarah-palin/lies-damned-lies-obamacare-6-months-later-its-time-to-take-back-the-20/433315368434

UPDATE 092410

I was going to post this campaign contribution info from GE, but,…the list it too extensive…Click HERE for the page.  Pay particular  attention to who these contributions went to….

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