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Wait a minute,…..I thought the GOP was against this type of Crony Capitalism? How in the hell did they think that this would look good to their constituency? It sure doesn’t look good to me that’s for sure. We sent them to DC to stop this crap, not join in the party! I urge all to contact you’re Reps in DC and give them a piece of your mind, I am….. It is this type of “dealing” that got us into this mess to begin with and we voters cannot let this get swept under the rug.
Look, I know this is a re-post of a story, as most of my posts are. I do it to emphasize the story and to expound on its importance. This is a classic example of what is wrong with the current state of politics in DC…..
MY LETTER TO JAIME HERRERA BEUTLER;
I have just seen information regarding a bailout of a high powered law firm representing a major drug company. This law firm is being sued by the drug company for malpractice. It is my understanding that the House passed a Bill in favor of this. I need, as does the rest of your Constituency, how you voted on this issue and why you voted in that manner. We here in SW Washington sent you to DC to stop this Cronyism, not join in. I sincerely hope you opposed this Bill. If not, your reelection may be in jeopardy.
This act is something that we expect to see on the Left so what the hell happened with this guy? How in the world is he thinking that confiscating cameras from his constituents was a good idea!? There is no doubt in my mind that this idiot MUST be primaried and loose his cushy job in DC. ANYONE who willingly violates the rights of the citizenry must go. Even though he is a Republican, he is a bad Republican and is not worthy of the public trust.
This Police Officer THUG must be fired or sued for civil rights violations. He is exactly the type that would break down your door on the order of some corrupt politician. This cannot stand.
(UPDATED 06.07.10) OBAMACARE or THE TITANIC BY ANY OTHER NAME IS A SINKING SHIP – OBAMA’S AGENDA REVEALED
Sounds like all is not well in nirvana for ObamaCare. Are the Dems ready for Act II of this issue? I really don’t think so. Even as stupid and idealistic the Dems are, they are starting to see the light. With the impending mid-term elections looming on the horizon, the more middle of the road Dems are starting to jump overboard like rats deserting a sinking ship. It is my opinion that it doesn’t matter if they “get it” now or not. They “Rahmed” this crap down our throats IN SPITE of our loud and clear DISSENTING voice. Click the pic for the story. They all gotta go……
This is really good news. If events keep on “happening” as they are now, the chances of this Bill taking flight are Slim to None and Slim is at the train station with a ticket. As I have been reporting, this scam needs to die a quick and painful (For the Dems) death. The Congress and Executive Branch are in such disarray and with the mid terms coming up, the sun is about to set on the Dems Marxist global warming scam. But you say, Graham is a Republican, well I say he is in party name only. I feel he must be defeated at his next election in 2014, or better yet, recalled if possible. According to Open Congress.org, he only has a 29% approval rating. In my opinion, he is a lot like John McCain, he jumps on whatever side of the fence that serves him best, at the moment, not what his Constituents want….. Click the pic for the story.
If I didn’t see and hear it with my own eyes and ears, I’d of never believed it. CNN’s Cafferty hammers the Congress and Obama for failing to do their job and enforce our border laws. Click the pic to hear it for yourself. It’s about damn time!!!!
You know, I admit, this is a little bit of “Stirring the pot”, but after all I have seen, I think anything is possible in this day and age. What If?…… This would certainly explain his (“The ‘Bama’s”) abhorrent behavior towards Israel. In my opinion all he is going to accomplish is setting the stage for America to get involved in this issue AFTER the 2012 election when a proper, reasonable, and AMERICAN President is elected who WILL stand up for Israel AND carry a BIG stick, as opposed to this charlatan, weak, un-American one we have in office now. HEY, ALL YOU WHO VOTED FOR THIS IDIOT………HOW DO YOU LIKE YOU HOPE AND CHANGE NOW!?!? He has reneged on virtually everything he ran on and has constantly demonstrated without a doubt, that he is the most radical, left-wing, un-American, destructive person we have ever had in the Oval Office. I am afraid that by the time his one term is over, he will have done irreparable damage to our nation in terms of strength, economy and world standing. All that being said, check out this video by clicking the pic.
Finally someone was able to do some serious digging on this guys resume’. The results of this investigation do no surprize me at all. He has overstated virtually every “fact” that comes out of his mouth. This report is very good and needs to get passed around as widely as possible. Give it a read and see what you think….
What can you say about this other than this really shows us Washington Conservatives where her head is at………. Other than up her a#@. She is clearly a part of the Socialist/Marxist machine and must be tossed out on her butt. I am throwing my support to Rob McKenna in his bid for the Washington Governorship. I have called his office and expressed my pleasure at his bringing suit on this health care debacle. I urge all to call also and give him your support. His office number is 360-753-6200. Click HERE to read about the Democrat retribution they are planning for him…..
Here is the pure, unadulterated truth about this health care disaster. The seniors are going to take a HUGE hit and taxes are going up. The Liberal/Marxist Democrats lie through their teeth and expect us to believe the crap they are selling and just shut up and go along. Well, that’s NOT going to happen. GET OUT THE VOTE IN NOVEMBER!!
Timeline of Major Provisions in the Democrats’ Health Care Package
•2‐year tax credit (total cap of $1B) for new chronic disease therapy investments
•Medicare cuts to hospitals begin (long‐term care (7/1/09) and inpatient and rehabilitation facilities (FY10))
•States and Federal officials review premium increases
•FDA authorized to approve “follow‐on” biologics
•Increase brand name pharmaceutical Medicaid rebate (from 15.1% to 23.1%)
•Medicare payments to physicians in primarily rural areas increase (2 years)
•Deny “black liquor” eligibility for cellulosic biofuel producers credit
•Tax credits provided to certain small employers for health care‐related expenses
•Increase adoption tax incentives for 2 years
•Codify economic substance doctrine and impose penalties for underpayments
(transactions on/after 3/23/10)
•Provide income exclusion for specified Indian tribe health benefits provided after
•Temporary high‐risk pool and high‐cost union retiree reinsurance ($5 B each for 3.5
•Impose 10% tax on indoor UV tanning (7/1/10)
•Medicare cuts to inpatient psych hospitals (7/1/10)
•Prohibits lifetime and annual benefit spending limits (plan years beginning 9/23/10)
•Prohibits non‐group plans from canceling coverage (rescissions) (plan years
•Requires plans to cover, at no charge, most preventive care (plan years beginning
•Allows dependents to stay on parents’ policies through age 26 (plan years
•Provides limited protections to children with pre‐existing conditions (plan years
•Hospitals in “Frontier States” (ND, MT, WY, SD, UT ) receive higher Medicare
•Hospitals in “low‐cost” areas receive higher Medicare payments for 2 yrs ($400
•Medicare Advantage cuts begin
•No longer allowed to use FSA, HSA, HRA, Archer MSA distributions for over‐thecounter
•Medicare cuts to home health begin
•Wealthier seniors ($85k/$170k) begin paying higher Part D premiums (not indexed
for inflation in Parts B/D)
•Medicare reimbursement cuts when seniors use diagnostic imaging like MRIs, CT
•Medicare cuts begin to ambulance services, ASCs, diagnostic labs, and durable
•Impose new annual tax on brand name pharmaceutical companies
•Americans begin paying premiums for federal long‐term care insurance (CLASS Act)
•Health plans required to spend a minimum of 80% of premiums on medical claims
•Physicians in “Frontier States” (ND, MT, WY, SD, UT ) receive higher Medicare
•Prohibition on Medicare payments to new physician‐owned hospitals
•Penalties for non‐qualified HSA and Archer MSA distributions double (to 20%)
•Seniors prohibited from purchasing power wheelchairs unless they first rent for 13
•Brand name drug companies begin providing 50% discount in the Part D “donut
•10% Medicare bonus payment for primary care and general surgery (5 years)
•Employers required to report value of health benefits on W‐2
•Steps towards health insurance administrative simplification (reduced paperwork,
etc) begins (5 yr process)
•Additional funding for community health centers (5 years)
•Seniors who hit Part D “donut hole “in 2010 receive $250 check (3/15/11)
•New Medicare cuts to long‐term care hospitals begin (7/1/11)
•Additional Medicare cuts to hospitals and cuts to nursing homes and inpatient
rehab facilities begin (FY12)
•New tax on all private health insurance policies to pay for comp. eff. research (plan
years beginning FY12)
•Medicare cuts to dialysis treatment begins
•Require information reporting on payments to corporations
•Medicare to reduce spending by using an HMO‐like coordinated care model
(Accountable Care Organizations)
•Medicare Advantage plans with a 4 or 5 star rating receive a quality bonus payment
•New Medicare cuts to inpatient psych hospitals (7/1/12)
•Hospital pay‐for‐quality program begins (FY13)
•Medicare cuts to hospitals with high readmission rates begin (FY13)
•Medicare cuts to hospice begin (FY13)
•Impose $2,500 annual cap on FSA contributions (indexed to CPI)
•Increase Medicare wage tax by 0.9% and impose a new 3.8% tax on unearned , nonactive
business income for those earning over $200k/$250k (not indexed to inflation)
•Generally increases (7.5% to 10%) threshold at which medical expenses, as a % of
income, can be deductible
•Eliminate deduction for Part D retiree drug subsidy employers receive
•Impose 2.3% excise tax on medical devices
•Medicare cuts to hospitals who treat low‐income seniors begin
•Post‐acute pay for quality reporting begins
•CO‐OP Program: Secretary awards loans and grants for establishing nonprofit health
•$500,000 deduction cap on compensation paid to insurance company employees and
•Part D “donut hole” reduction begins, reaching a 25% reduction by 2020
•Individuals without gov’t‐approved coverage are subject to a tax of the greater of
$695 or 2.5% of income
•Employers who fail to offer “affordable” coverage would pay a $3,000 penalty for
every employee that receives a subsidy through the Exchange
•Employers who do not offer insurance must pay a tax penalty of $2,000 for every fulltime
•More Medicare cuts to home health begin
•States must have established Exchanges
•Employers with more than 200 employees can auto‐enroll employees in health
coverage, with opt‐out
•All non‐grandfathered and Exchange health plans required to meet federallymandated
levels of coverage
•States must cover parents /childless adults up to 138% of poverty on Medicaid,
receive increased FMAP
•Tax credits available for Exchange‐based coverage, amount varies by income up to
400% of poverty
•Insurers cannot impose any coverage restrictions on pre‐existing conditions
•Modified community rating: individual or family coverage; geography; 3:1 ratio for
age; 1.5 :1 for smoking
•Insurers must offer coverage to anyone wanting a policy and every policy has to be
•Limits out‐of‐pocket cost‐sharing (tied to limits in HSAs, currently $5,950/$11,900
indexed to COLA)
•Insurance plans must include government‐defined “essential benefits ” and coverage
•OPM must offer at least two multi‐state plans in every state
•Employers can offer some employees free choice vouchers for health insurance in the
•Government board (IPAB) begins submitting proposals to cut Medicare
•Impose tax on nearly all private health insurance plans
•Medicare payment cuts for hospital‐acquired infections begin (FY15)
•More Medicare cuts to home health begin
•States can form interstate insurance compacts if the coverage with HHS approval (2016)
•Physician pay‐for‐quality program begins for all physicians
•States may allow large employers and multi‐employer health plans to purchase coverage
in the Exchange.
•States may apply to the Secretary for a limited waiver from certain federal requirements17
•Impose “Cadillac tax on “high cost” plans, 40% tax on the benefit value above a certain
threshold: ($10,200 individual coverage, $27,500 family or self‐only union multiemployer coverage) 2018
This reminds me of Nazi Germany. Normal citizens were required to have proper paperwork to move about German and other occupied countries. Everyone heard this everywhere they went “WO SIND IHRE PAPIERE?” Where are your papers? So now our own Congress is floating this boat all in the name of immigration and undocumented worker control. What next? This ID card would end up being used for all types of purposes, just like your Social Security Number is today. Your SSAN was intended ONLY to be used for identification within the Social Security system. See how that was and is being misused and abused? Think that wouldn’t happen with this card? You’d be wrong. Write your Reps and tell them not only no, but hell no!! This country is not going to go down that road. November is coming!!
(UPDATED 030710) WA. SENATE BILL 6396 – WASHINGTON STATE LEGISLATORS ATTEMPTING TO BAN ALL SEMI-AUTOMATIC GUNS AND ALLOW THE SHERIFF TO COME INTO YOUR HOUSE TO INSPECT YOUR STORAGE OF THESE GUNS IF YOU HAVE THEM
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The Liberal/Marxist/Socialists who plan to sponsor the bill are Rep. Ross Hunter, D-Medina; Sen. Adam Kline, D-Seattle; and Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles, D-Seattle. I urge all to write them and tell them that even though you are not one of their Constituents, you will contribute to their opponent come next election, whomever that will be. But to be sure, there WILL be opponents!
Click the links below to go to each one these peoples web site and click the pic to go to the story.
Check out his bio on his web page and you will read some interesting things about him. He was a lawyer (Ambulance chaser) a pro-bono Lawyer for the ACLU, and a board member and chair of the political-action committee of NARAL, the pro-choice advocacy group that supported the Obama Presidential campaign. No wonder he wants our guns…………..
HR 6396 WA ASSAULT GUN BAN I have read this HR and I have to say it is the most draconian, out of line, over the top, extremist, Marxist piece of legislation I have ever read. To say that it is the Clinton Assault Gun Ban revisited is a complete understatement!! Click the link and read it for yourself.
MY LETTER TO MY 17TH DISTRICT REPS:
Do I really need to tell you how bad this bill is? As dreadful and tragic the deaths of the people this bill references, you cannot ban a “type” of gun simply because it is a semi-auto. This is nothing more than an attempt to grab guns in the name of safety because some lunatic who was bent on killing someone, did it with a gun that some people don’t “approve” of. The 2nd Amendment is inviolate and attempted bans of this nature have always met with defeat. As you constituent, I am informing you that I do not support this bogus Bill and encourage you to not support it in any way. What will be next, a ban on baseball bats the next time someone kills someone with one of those? I will be following your voting record on this and I want to inform you that if you support this Bill in any way, I will not support you in any bid for re-election and I will work tirelessly for your opponent who is attempting to unseat you.
2nd LETTER TO STATE AND FEDERAL REPS – 011710
Do I really need to tell you how bad this bill is? As dreadful and tragic as the recent deaths are, this “knee-jerk” type of legislation is not the answer and goes a long way to demonstrate that at a minimum, the Democrats in the Washington State Senate do not have any intention of protecting the 2nd Amendment. It is my understanding that in the case of the Police Officers at the “Coffee Shop”, the primary weapon used was a revolver, and it was emptied. It is being reported that only 2 shots were fired from what is traditionally considered to be a semi-auto hand gun. I have completely reviewed the language in this Bill and I as a law abiding citizen, find it appalling and completely out of line. Section 1.(20)outlines the definition of “Assault Weapons” and as it is written, outlaws many rifles, shotguns and pistols that are in wide use by all manners of Sportsmen and Citizens of this state. To think that this legislation would have any real, meaningful, effective effect on criminals is simply delusional on the part of the authors and supporters of this Bill. This Bill is a nothing more than a very thinly veiled attempt at a blatant gun grab in Washington State. Section 2 (5)(a) gives authorization for the local Sheriffs Office to come into your home and conduct an inspection of your gun storage to determine compliance with this law. This is outrageous and I am shocked that anyone who values Democracy and the right to the citizens privacy would even suggest such actions. Furthermore, in reviewing Section 3, Table 2, I am amazed at how comprehensive the list of crimes is. It appears that the only crime not included in the seriousness levels are minor traffic infractions. Is the intent of this section to enable the State to be able to categorize all citizens as violators of this law, enabling the “lawful” gun grab? It seems so. These examples that I have listed is just the tip of the iceberg in reviewing this Bill. It is rife with draconian rules and provisions. This is the most offensive attack on the 2nd Amendment I have read in recent years. It is so ill conceived, poorly crafted that it’s supposed intent is lost on the fact that it is nefarious and malevolent in nature and should not be allowed to come to the floor for vote.
I will tell you again, that if you support this Bill in any way shape or form, I will find it absolutely impossible to support you in your upcoming re-election. Not only will I not support you, I will work tirelessly for the conservative opponent vying for your seat. Not only that, I will encourage everyone to send money to your opponent so as to amass a large bankroll to use against you in their campaign in the run-up to election. I require a response from you on this matter.
REP DEB WALLACE, 17th DISTRICT REP REPLY 012010;
Thank you for writing about the bills that are again threatening our second amendment rights. I can assure you that I will continue to do everything I am able to see these bills set aside. I have been successful in the past in working with a select group of legislators on both sides of the aisle to ensure these bills don’t pass. Thank you for taking the time to write and share your opinion to protect our rights.
3rd LETTER TO REPS minus Deb Wallace:
In reviewing HR 6396, I find it offensive in the extreme. It blatantly violates the 2ND AMENDMENT OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS which states that “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed”. Which by the way was recently upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States. It blatantly violates THE 4TH AMENDMENT OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS which states that “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” It is also a violation of the Washington State Constitution which states “SECTION 24 RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS. The right of the individual citizen to bear arms in defense of himself, or the state, shall not be impaired, but nothing in this section shall be construed as authorizing individuals or corporations to organize, maintain or employ an armed body of men.” HR 6396 also unjustly categorizes a large type of weapons as “assault weapons” which are used by thousands of law abiding hunters who are voting citizens. For example, a father teaching his kids how to shoot safely would be a felon if his Ruger 10/22 .22 cal rifle has more than 10 rounds in it. A home defense shotgun that has a pistol grip would be illegal and give the advantage to the criminal breaking into your house, who by the way, is not abiding by this law. This is patently ludicrous, out of line and places the citizens of this state at an unreasonable risk. As it is already illegal to possess a fully automatic weapon in Washington State as outlined in RCW 9.41.220, I fail to see how this HR will have any effect on keeping the guns out of the hands of criminals. The 10 round ammo limit is in no way going to deter anything. As I stated in an earlier letter, the shooter involved in the Police Shooting in the coffee shop emptied a revolver, not a semi-auto pistol. All this HR does is further violate the rights of the law-abiding citizens, who, by the way, vote, and does virtually nothing to keep the “Ugly Guns” out of the hands of the criminals. There are enough laws on the books now that if enforced, would help stem the tide of guns getting into the hands of the lunatic criminals in our society. Is it the intention of the Washington State Legislature to disarm us Washington voters so the criminals can have their way with us? As a citizen licensed to carry a concealed weapon, if I have more than 10 rounds in my gun, I will be a felon. Do you seriously think that the criminal is only going to have 10 rounds in his gun!? I think not!
Along with many thousands of other voters, I will be watching this HR as it progresses through the Washington State Legislature closely. If you vote in favor of this HR, I will find it impossible to vote for you come your next election cycle. Not only will I not vote for you, I will work tirelessly for your opponent and will do all I can to raise moneys for their campaign. In addition to that, I will also send money to the opponents who run for the seats of the authors of this HR.
UPDATE 012610 WA STATE SENATE HEARING ON THIS ON THIS DATE: The Wa. State Legislature had a public hearing on this today. Click 6396 SBA JAN 26 HEARING for the official hearing document. A friend of mine was able to go to the hearing today. I am awaiting his report. I will post what I find out from him as soon as I get it.
UPDATE 012710: SEATTLE TIMES ARTICLE ON THIS BILL
As this article states, it looks like we may be able to win this, however, we still need to contact our District Reps and tell them NOT to vote in favor of this Bill. We may be able to meke sure this monstrosity of a Bill never gets out of committee.
UPDATE 012810: I went around to the local gun shops here in town and was relieved to find out that all of them are all over this bad Bill. I was informed that our Reps have seen the light and are working to set this Bill aside. This is great news. However, if you have not added your voice to this, please still tell your Reps not to vote in favor of this Bill. Its not over till its over…….
UPDATE 030710: This bill has not moved out of the Judiciary Committee.
Below you will find a complete list of Washington State Legislators who signed and sent the below letter to “The ‘Bama” in support of his plan to destroy our medical system. They all need to be voted out of office as soon as possible.
Dear President Barack Obama, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and Members of the 111th US Congress:
As leaders in state legislatures across the country, we urgently call on President Obama and the U.S. Congress to take up and pass comprehensive health care reform in 2009.The serious problems with health care in America ‚ ever-rising costs, limited access, inconsistent quality, and waste and inefficiency ‚ converge in the states. The effects of these problems stress state budgets, exhaust family resources, result in lost worker productivity, stifle entrepreneurial spirit, and literally cause tens of thousands of deaths each year.Our disjointed health care system has formed a choke-hold on our economy, limiting job growth and economic development. We cannot fix the economy without fixing health care.Over the past decade, state legislatures have debated and implemented a myriad of reforms to bring affordability, quality and fairness to health care in America ‚ designing solutions that reflect each state‚ unique economic, social, and geographic features. States play a vital role in the health care for hundreds of millions of Americans, by administering and helping to fund public programs like Medicaid and SCHIP, enacting innovations to expand access to public and private coverage, and serving as watchdogs of health insurance companies and other players. Yet, states cannot achieve guaranteed affordable health care for all without the investment, leadership and partnership of the federal government. Successful reform requires robust federal-state collaboration. Key priorities for reform are reflected in recent state initiatives and public opinion polls which show that Americans want more choices and options for quality health care. Americans recognize that the private sector alone has proven incapable of creating a high-quality, fair, and accountable health care system that works for all families. Therefore, a key priority for reform is the choice of a public health insurance plan that is available to businesses, individuals, and families. Another key priority is strengthening and expanding the Medicaid program with the help of enhanced federal support so that it can serve all low-income Americans. Related priorities include: guaranteeing affordability for individuals and businesses; preserving consumer choice of doctors; eliminating racial, ethnic, gender, and rural health disparities; ensuring shared responsibility among employers, individuals and government in financing health care; and, cost containment strategies that eliminate waste and inefficiency and improve quality, especially for people with chronic illnesses. Failure to pass national comprehensive health reform now will further jeopardize state and local budgets, undermining public services like education, public safety, and transportation infrastructure.The recently passed economic recovery package includes a number of positive health care measures, but these do not remove states from the critical list. Achieving a high-performing, affordable and quality health care system for all US residents is central to a sustainable economic recovery and to the health and financial security of all families, businesses, and governments. We, the undersigned, call on President Obama and the Congress to enact bold and comprehensive health care reform this year ‚based on these principles and a strong federal-state collaboration ‚and pledge our support as state legislators and allies in pursuit of guaranteed, high quality, affordable health care for all.
This letter was developed in consultation with national health care reform advocates, including the AFL-CIO, AFSCME, Community Catalyst, Families USA, Herndon Alliance, National Women’s Law Center, Northeast Action, SEIU, and Universal Health Care Action Network.
List of who signed:
Rep. Sherry Appleton (WA), Member, Health & Human Services Appropriations Committee
Rep. Brian Blake (WA)
Sen. Lisa Brown (WA), Majority Leader, Member, Health Care Costs and Access
Rep. Reuven Carlyle (WA)
Rep. Maralyn Chase (WA), Vice Chair, Environmental Health Committee
Rep. Frank Chopp (WA), Speaker of the House
Rep. Judy Clibborn (WA), Member, Health Care and Wellness Committee
Rep. Eileen Cody (WA), Chair, Health Care and Wellness Committee
Rep. Steve Conway (WA)
Rep. Mary Lou Dickerson (WA), Chair, Human Services Committee; Member, Environmental Health Committee
Rep. John Driscoll (WA), Vice Chair, Health Care & Wellness Committee
Rep. Hans Dunshee (WA)
Sen. Darlene Fairley (WA), Member, Health and Long Term Care Committee
Rep. Dennis Flannigan (WA)
Sen. Rosa Franklin (WA), Vice Chair, Health and Long-Term Care Committee; Member, Health Disparities Committee; President Pro Tempore
Sen. Karen Fraser (WA)
Rep. Roger Goodman (WA)
Rep. Tami Green (WA), Member, Health Care & Wellness Committee; Member, Human Services Committee
Rep. Kathy Haigh (WA)
Rep. Bob Hasegawa (WA)
Rep. Zachary Hudgins (WA), Majority Floor Leader; Member, Environmental Health Committee
Rep. Sam Hunt (WA)
Rep. Ross Hunter (WA)
Sen. Ken Jacobsen (WA)
Sen. Fred Jarrett (WA)
Rep. Ruth Kagi (WA)
Sen. Claudia Kauffman (WA)
Sen. Karen Keiser (WA), Chair, Health and Long-Term Care Committee
Rep. Phyllis Kenney (WA)
Rep. Steve Kirby (WA)
Sen. Adam Kline (WA)
Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles (WA)
Rep. Marko Liias (WA)
Sen. Chris Marr (WA), Member Health & Long-Term Care Committee; Member, Comprehensive School Health Reform
Rep. Marcie Maxwell (WA)
Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe (WA)
Rep. John McCoy (WA)
Sen. Joe McDermott (WA)
Rep. Mark Miloscia (WA), Member, Health & Human Services Appropriations
Rep. Dawn Morrell (WA), Member, Health Care and Wellness Committee
Sen. Ed Murray (WA), Majority Caucus Chair
Rep. Sharon Nelson (WA)
Rep. Al O’Brien (WA), Member, Human Services Committee; Member, Health & Human Services Appropriations Committee
Sen. Eric Oemig (WA)
Rep. Timm Ormsby (WA)
Rep. Tina Orwall (WA), Vice Chair, Human Services Committee
Rep. Jamie Pedersen (WA), Member, Health Care and Wellness Committee
Sen.Margarita Prentice (WA)
Sen. Craig Pridemore (WA)
Sen. Kevin Ranker (WA)
Sen. Debbie Regala (WA)
Rep. Christine Rolfes (WA), Member, Environmental Health Committee
Rep. Mary Helen Roberts (WA)
Sen. Phil Rockefeller (WA)
Rep. Sharon Tomiko Santos (WA), Majority Whip
Rep. Larry Seaquist (WA) Vice Chair, Health and Human Services Appropriations Committee
Rep. Mike Sells (WA)
Sen. Paull Shin (WA), Vice President Pro Tempore
Rep. Geoff Simpson (WA)
Rep. Larry Springer (WA)
Rep. Dean Takko (WA)
Rep. Kevin Van de Wege (WA)
Rep. Deb Wallace (WA)
Rep. Scott White (WA), Assistant Majority Whip
Rep. Brendan Williams (WA), Majority External Relations Leader
Does anyone but me see something terribly wrong with this picture? A sitting President FAILING OR REFUSING to show the proper respect for the US Flag or the National Anthem.