Archived material Access restricted Article
Rantburg

Today's Front Page   View All of Sun 06/28/2009 View Sat 06/27/2009 View Fri 06/26/2009 View Thu 06/25/2009 View Wed 06/24/2009 View Tue 06/23/2009 View Mon 06/22/2009
1
2009-06-28 Home Front: Politix
Republicans who voted for Waxman-Markey climate bill
Archived material is restricted to Rantburg regulars and members. If you need access email fred.pruitt=at=gmail.com with your nick to be added to the members list. There is no charge to join Rantburg as a member.
Posted by Fred 2009-06-28 00:00|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [440 views ]  Top

#1 cap and traitors.

Vote the ones that voted for this insanity out. We may have no GOP at the end of it all, but we may sleep at night. Until they rustle us up and take us in for disent.
Posted by newc">newc  2009-06-28 00:12||   2009-06-28 00:12|| Front Page Top

#2 Michelle Malkin lists the Donks -

In case you were wondering, here are the 44 Democrat NAY votes:

Altmire
Arcuri
Barrow
Berry
Boren
Bright
Carney
Childers
Costa
Costello
Dahlkemper
Davis (AL)
Davis (TN)
DeFazio
Donnelly (IN)
Edwards (TX)
Ellsworth
Foster
Griffith
Herseth Sandlin
Holden
Kirkpatrick (AZ)
Kissell
Kucinich
Marshall
Massa
Matheson
McIntyre
Melancon
Minnick
Mitchell
Mollohan
Nye
Ortiz
Pomeroy
Rahall
Rodriguez
Ross
Salazar
Stark
Tanner
Taylor
Visclosky
Wilson (OH)
Posted by Procopius2k 2009-06-28 08:01||   2009-06-28 08:01|| Front Page Top

#3 The Republican Nay votes are all RINO/Country Club Republican districts without any "energy interests". Probably not a lot of heavy industry either that will be affected. It is all meaningless since I just cannot see the senate voting for this thing that I now call an Obamanation.
Posted by Jack is Back!">Jack is Back!  2009-06-28 08:17||   2009-06-28 08:17|| Front Page Top

#4 #3 The Republican Nay votes are all RINO/Country Club Republican districts without any "energy interests".

But what was the payoff? John Boehner needs to take the gloves off and expose these Judas' publically.
Posted by Besoeker 2009-06-28 08:24||   2009-06-28 08:24|| Front Page Top

#5 Kucinich? Rare moment of sanity, or he doesn't think it goes far enough?
Posted by Cornsilk Blondie 2009-06-28 18:11||   2009-06-28 18:11|| Front Page Top

#6 #5 Greenpeace was against it, so I'm guessing that's the source of Kucinich's opposition.
Posted by eLarson 2009-06-28 21:22||   2009-06-28 21:22|| Front Page Top

#7 Likely because it didn't go far enough.
Posted by Pappy 2009-06-28 22:01||   2009-06-28 22:01|| Front Page Top

23:52 Leigh
23:39 crosspatch
23:29 Atomic Conspiracy
23:28 mojo
23:16 Barbara Skolaut
23:14 tu3031
23:10 tu3031
23:05 All This Crap Industries
22:35 M. Murcek
22:01 Pappy
21:45 Frank G
21:43 Frank G
21:40 JosephMendiola
21:39 JosephMendiola
21:32 eLarson
21:30 tipper
21:30 tipper
21:29 tipper
21:28 M. Murcek
21:22 eLarson
21:17 tipper
21:12 JosephMendiola
21:07 JosephMendiola
21:04 eLarson

Rantburg was assembled from recycled algorithms in the United States of America. No trees were destroyed in the production of this weblog. We did hurt some, though. Sorry.
18.204.2.53

Merry-Go-Blog










Paypal:
Google
Search WWW Search rantburg.com