Official conservative dead pool 2014

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  1. Votto
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    Here are a list of Republican sell outs who kicked the can down the road......again........in terms of fiscal policy and voting for the fiscal cliff deal. These are a list of the GOP who voted for the Obama bill. I will go state by state. If you don't see your representative or your state then assume your GOP representative did not vote for it.

    Alaska - Don Young

    Arkansas - Steve Womak

    California - 1. Gary Miller 2. Buck McKeon 3. Brian Billray 4. Bono Mack 5. Den Calvert 6. Jeff Denham 7. David Drier 8. Elton Gallegly 9. Wally Herger 10. Daniel Lungren

    Florida - 1. Bill Young 2. Vern Buchanan 3. Mario Diaz-Balart 4. Heana Ross-Lehtinen

    Idaho - Mike Simpson

    Illinios - 1. John Skimkus 2. Judy Biggart 3. Robert Dold 4. Timothy Johnson 5. Adam Kinzinger 6. Donald Manzello 7. Aaron Schock

    Kentucky - Harold Rogers

    Louisianna - Rodney Alexander

    Michigan - 1. Fred Upton 2. Mike Rogers 3. Candice Miller 4. Dan Bensheck 5. Dave Camp

    Missouri - 1. Jo Anne Emerson 2. Blaine Luetkemeyer

    Nebraska - Jeff Fortenberry

    New Hampshire - Charles Bass

    New Jersey - 1. Chris Smith 2. Rodney Frelinghuysen 3. Leonard Lance 4. Frank Lobiondo 5. Jon Runyon.

    New York - 1. Chris Gibson 2. Michael Grumm 3. Richard Hanna 4. Nan Hayworth 5. Pete King

    Nevada - Joe Heck

    Ohio - 1. John Boehner 2. Bill Johnson 3. Steve LaTourette 4. Robert Latta 5. Steve Stivers 6. Pat Tiberi

    Oklahoma - 1. Frank Lucas 2. John Sullivan

    Oregon - Greg Walden

    Pennsylvania - 1. Tim Murphey 2. Tom Marine 3. Lou Barletta 4. Charles Dent 5. Michael Fitzpatrick 6. Jim Gerlack 7. Mike Kelly.

    South Dakota - Kristi Noem

    Texas - 1. Mac Thornberry 2. Keven Brady 3. Pete Sessions 4. Lamar Smith

    Washington - 1. Doc Hastings 2. Jaime Herrera Beutler 3. McMorris Rodgers 4. David Reichart

    Wisconsin - 1. Reid Ribble 2. Paul Ryan

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    We need to start doing more of this. Singe out those who are part of the problem and vote them out. It is somewhat surprising that Paul Ryan was among them. I will not be voting for him in the future for anything.
     
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    i'm sure he's heartbroken

    the incumbent reelection rate remains above 90%

    good luck
     
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    To be fair, there may be one or two democrats out there who also care about the massive deficits and debt. In the spirit of these proud few, here are a list of democrats who actually voted against Obama and the debt insanity. If you don't see your state or your democrat Congressmen then assume they voted for it.

    California - Xavier Beceria

    Connecticut - Rosa Delauro

    Georgia - John Barrow

    Indiana - Jim Cooper

    North Carolina - 1. Mike McIntyre 2. Brad Miller

    Minnisota - Collin Peterson

    Oregon - 1. Earl Blumenauer 2. Peter DeFazio

    Utah - Jim Matheson

    Virginia - 1. James Moran 2. Robert Scott

    Washington - 1. Adam Smith 2. Jim McDermott
     
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    Most seem to be entrinched, that is for sure. That is part of why the system is broken. If only power were returned to the states as used to be the case, these entrinched bureaucrats would not hold the country captive with only a 13% approval rating.

    Perhaps there are some people out their who are able to thwart and outsmart these arses.
     
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    For the record, 85 GOP voted for and 151 against.

    172 Democrats voted for and only 15 against.

    This is only for those who care. Most I think have adopted Dick Cheney's ideology that deficits don't matter anymore, and most ironically seem to be democrats.
     
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    Good job. Be sure to single out Paul Ryan for ouster. I'm holding you to it.
     
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    Don't forget that this is the OUTGOING Congress that voted for the fiscal cliff bill.

    How many of these Republicans and Democrats lost in November, and have no reason to "tow the party line", since they were on their way out.

    One of the Republican Reps in my state voted for the fiscal cliff bill, but he lost to a Democrat in November, so I doubt he cared how he voted.
     
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    Those who lost last November can - and I am sure, most of them will - come and try and get re-elected in 2014.

    Like that despicable toad, Alan Grayson (D-FL)
     
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    I guess he figures that if you can't beat them, you must join them. Fine, just chage your party affiliation.
     
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    ^ that
     

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