Here are RINOs Who Voted for McCarthy for Speaker and May Vote for a Democrat

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Letter From Rep. Bob Good (R-VA) on Why He Opposes McCarthy for Speaker

Bob Good (R-VA) for Congress

Today, I will be working with my Republican colleagues to elect the best conservative Speaker to lead our conference in doing the things voters across America elected us to do back on November 8. That will not be Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).

During my first race for Congress leading up to the 2020 election, I was urged by hundreds of voters in Virginia’s 5th District to oppose Kevin McCarthy for Republican leader. However, after being elected, I was surprised to see the entire Republican Conference vote by acclamation to confirm McCarthy for leader.

During the 2020 new member orientation, my Republican freshmen class members and I were told by Minority Leader McCarthy that we use every procedural tool at our disposal to thwart the radical Democrat agenda. Sadly, that did not happen, as we got rolled by the majority and the American people suffered under the most extreme leftist policies ever enacted by the Democrat majority.

I continued to hear from hundreds of constituents over the past two years, urging me not to support McCarthy for Speaker if we took the majority. I responded in townhall events and media interviews that I would judge him by what he did during my first two years in Congress. I would assess his efforts to truly fight the Democrat agenda, his commitment to true conservative principles, and his willingness to change how Congress operates to empower regular members.

Unfortunately, Kevin McCarthy did nothing to earn my support these past two years as minority leader when he had the near-exclusive opportunity to audition for the Speaker position. He ignored our pleas to make a motion to “vacate the chair”, when Nancy Pelosi was at her weakest moments with the Progressive Caucus and the “Squad” threatening her from her most extreme Left flank.

McCarthy did not effectively fight unconstitutional proxy voting, mask requirements, or metal detectors for members to pass thru when going to the House chamber to represent their constituents. He resisted our efforts to require recorded roll-call votes on hundreds of pieces of legislation spending billions of dollars when the Democrats attempted to pass them in an empty chamber by “unanimous consent” voice vote.

McCarthy fought our initial efforts to remove Liz Cheney from her leadership position after she voted to impeach President Trump and began to express public views that were out of step with Republican voters. He did not support removing her from leadership until she later publicly embarrassed him at a press conference.

McCarthy never marshaled Republican members to defeat bills passed by Democrats under “suspension of the rules”, and instead helped provide the two-thirds majority needed to pass dozens of these bills “en bloc”. He did not support our efforts to use our rare minority leverage to defeat so-called “must pass” National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) bills when Republican votes were needed to pass them. No matter how much they weakened our military with a dangerous woke focus on leftist priorities that diminished military readiness, he personally voted for them four times despite conservatives’ pleas to defeat them.

McCarthy falsely promised that Republicans would not provide the votes to pass the $1.2 trillion phony infrastructure bill, and then did nothing to penalize the 13 Republicans who voted for it.

McCarthy’s repeated mantra when conservatives urged him to fight the Democrat agenda was “we have a plan”. But no plan materialized over the past two years.

McCarthy represents a Republican swamp system that supports and promotes moderates for leadership positions and prime committee assignments, and the exclusion of conservatives. He spent millions of dollars to defeat conservative candidates in the recent 2022 primary races, against the will of the Republican voters in those districts. This is money that should have been utilized to elect more Republicans in the general election.

The Speaker vote is about more than defeating Kevin McCarthy and electing a better leader today. This is about striking a blow against the uni-party swamp cartel, and a Republican system that is hostile to conservatives, resents its base voters, and resists empowering individual members in order to retain power in the hands of an elite few.

We must elect a Speaker who will utilize the power of the purse as leverage to restore fiscal sanity and defund the government tyranny we campaign against. We must elect a Speaker who will exercise effective oversight against the weaponization of the federal government against its citizens. We must elect a Speaker who will pursue a true conservative policy agenda.

We must change how Congress works by reforming our rules to only bring legislation to the Floor that is supported by a majority of the majority (Republicans), let members elect our committee chairmen, require legislation to go thru committees of jurisdiction, have single-issue legislation, permit members to make amendments on the Floor, provide a reasonable amount of time to review legislation before voting on it, require recorded votes, end the practice of earmarks that are utilized to buy votes, and restore accountability for the Speaker by reinstating the motion to vacate the chair.

Don’t fall for the orchestrated disinformation campaign that falsely asserts that opposing McCarthy is somehow helping Democrats, or that he is the only person capable of leading our conference. Nothing helps the Democrats more than maintaining the status quo and electing a Speaker who will not stand up to their agenda. This is demonstrated by past history when McCarthy was majority leader in 2017 and 2018, and every major spending package he helped pass was done so with a majority of Democrat support, instead of Republicans.

It is clear that Kevin McCarthy cannot get the needed 218 votes to become Speaker. We can elect a strong leader who represents the conservative center of the Republican conference and the voters who elected us, and who can lead us in the fight to stop the Biden-Schumer agenda.

It is worth investing a few hours, a few days, or whatever it takes, to elect the right leader for our party and for the country.

We should not be in a hurry to make a bad decision.

We must not accept the false choice that it is either McCarthy or someone worse. We know what we will get with McCarthy, and that is more of the same that is failing the country.

All Republican members of Congress are hearing the same thing from their voters in their districts: “Don’t vote for Kevin McCarthy for Speaker.” For the good of the Republican Conference, for the good of the Congress, and for the good of the country, let’s hope they will listen to them and vote for transformational change.

For God and Country,
Bob

Republican Congressman who voted for Rep. Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House, who may vote for a Democrat, CLICK ON NAME FOR LINK TO OFFICE PHONE NUMBER

U.S. House Alabama District 1Jerry CarlRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 2Barry MooreRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 3Mike RogersRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 4Robert AderholtRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 5Dale StrongRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 6Gary PalmerRepublican
U.S. House American Samoa At-large DistrictAumua Amata RadewagenRepublican
U.S. House Arizona District 1David SchweikertRepublican
U.S. House Arizona District 6Juan CiscomaniRepublican
U.S. House Arizona District 8Debbie LeskoRepublican
U.S. House Arkansas District 1Rick CrawfordRepublican
U.S. House Arkansas District 2French HillRepublican
U.S. House Arkansas District 3Steve WomackRepublican
U.S. House Arkansas District 4Bruce WestermanRepublican
U.S. House California District 1Doug LaMalfaRepublican
U.S. House California District 3Kevin KileyRepublican
U.S. House California District 5Tom McClintockRepublican
U.S. House California District 13John DuarteRepublican
U.S. House California District 20Kevin McCarthyRepublican
U.S. House California District 22David G. ValadaoRepublican
U.S. House California District 23Jay ObernolteRepublican
U.S. House California District 27Mike GarciaRepublican
U.S. House California District 40Young KimRepublican
U.S. House California District 41Ken CalvertRepublican
U.S. House California District 45Michelle SteelRepublican
U.S. House California District 48Darrell IssaRepublican
U.S. House Colorado District 4Ken BuckRepublican
U.S. House Colorado District 5Doug LambornRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 2Neal DunnRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 3Kat CammackRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 4Aaron BeanRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 5John RutherfordRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 6Michael WaltzRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 7Cory MillsRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 8Bill PoseyRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 11Daniel WebsterRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 12Gus M. BilirakisRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 15Laurel LeeRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 16Vern BuchananRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 17Greg SteubeRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 18Scott FranklinRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 19Byron DonaldsRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 21Brian MastRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 26Mario Diaz-BalartRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 27Maria Elvira SalazarRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 28Carlos GimenezRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 1Earl CarterRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 3Drew FergusonRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 6Rich McCormickRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 8Austin ScottRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 10Mike CollinsRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 11Barry LoudermilkRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 12Rick AllenRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 14Marjorie Taylor GreeneRepublican
U.S. House Guam At-large DistrictJames MoylanRepublican
U.S. House Idaho District 1Russ FulcherRepublican
U.S. House Idaho District 2Michael K. SimpsonRepublican
U.S. House Illinois District 12Mike BostRepublican
U.S. House Illinois District 16Darin LaHoodRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 2Rudy YakymRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 3Jim BanksRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 4Jim BairdRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 5Victoria SpartzRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 6Greg PenceRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 8Larry BucshonRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 9Erin HouchinRepublican
U.S. House Iowa District 1Mariannette Miller-MeeksRepublican
U.S. House Iowa District 2Ashley HinsonRepublican
U.S. House Iowa District 3Zach NunnRepublican
U.S. House Iowa District 4Randy FeenstraRepublican
U.S. House Kansas District 1Tracey MannRepublican
U.S. House Kansas District 2Jacob LaTurnerRepublican
U.S. House Kansas District 4Ron EstesRepublican
U.S. House Kentucky District 1James Comer Jr.Republican
U.S. House Kentucky District 2Brett GuthrieRepublican
U.S. House Kentucky District 4Thomas MassieRepublican
U.S. House Kentucky District 5Hal RogersRepublican
U.S. House Kentucky District 6Andy BarrRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 1Steve ScaliseRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 3Clay HigginsRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 4Mike JohnsonRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 5Julia LetlowRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 6Garret GravesRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 1Jack BergmanRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 2John MoolenaarRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 4Bill HuizengaRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 5Tim WalbergRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 9Lisa McClainRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 10John JamesRepublican
U.S. House Minnesota District 1Brad FinstadRepublican
U.S. House Minnesota District 6Tom EmmerRepublican
U.S. House Minnesota District 7Michelle FischbachRepublican
U.S. House Minnesota District 8Pete StauberRepublican
U.S. House Mississippi District 1Trent KellyRepublican
U.S. House Mississippi District 3Michael GuestRepublican
U.S. House Mississippi District 4Mike EzellRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 2Ann WagnerRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 3Blaine LuetkemeyerRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 4Mark AlfordRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 6Sam GravesRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 7Eric BurlisonRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 8Jason SmithRepublican
U.S. House Montana District 1Ryan ZinkeRepublican
U.S. House Nebraska District 1Mike FloodRepublican
U.S. House Nebraska District 2Don BaconRepublican
U.S. House Nebraska District 3Adrian SmithRepublican
U.S. House Nevada District 2Mark AmodeiRepublican
U.S. House New Jersey District 2Jeff Van DrewRepublican
U.S. House New Jersey District 4Chris SmithRepublican
U.S. House New Jersey District 7Thomas Kean Jr.Republican
U.S. House New York District 1Nicholas J. LaLotaRepublican
U.S. House New York District 2Andrew GarbarinoRepublican
U.S. House New York District 3George Devolder-SantosRepublican
U.S. House New York District 4Anthony D’EspositoRepublican
U.S. House New York District 11Nicole MalliotakisRepublican
U.S. House New York District 17Michael LawlerRepublican
U.S. House New York District 19Marcus MolinaroRepublican
U.S. House New York District 21Elise StefanikRepublican
U.S. House New York District 22Brandon WilliamsRepublican
U.S. House New York District 23Nicholas A. LangworthyRepublican
U.S. House New York District 24Claudia TenneyRepublican
U.S. House North Carolina District 3Gregory MurphyRepublican
U.S. House North Carolina District 5Virginia FoxxRepublican
U.S. House North Carolina District 7David RouzerRepublican
U.S. House North Carolina District 9Richard HudsonRepublican
U.S. House North Carolina District 10Patrick T. McHenryRepublican
U.S. House North Carolina District 11Chuck EdwardsRepublican
U.S. House North Dakota At-large DistrictKelly ArmstrongRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 2Brad WenstrupRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 4Jim JordanRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 5Bob LattaRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 6Bill JohnsonRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 7Max MillerRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 8Warren DavidsonRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 10Michael TurnerRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 12Troy BaldersonRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 14David JoyceRepublican
U.S. House Ohio District 15Mike CareyRepublican
U.S. House Oklahoma District 1Kevin HernRepublican
U.S. House Oklahoma District 2Josh BrecheenRepublican
U.S. House Oklahoma District 3Frank LucasRepublican
U.S. House Oklahoma District 4Tom ColeRepublican
U.S. House Oklahoma District 5Stephanie BiceRepublican
U.S. House Oregon District 2Cliff BentzRepublican
U.S. House Oregon District 5Lori Chavez-DeRemerRepublican
U.S. House Pennsylvania District 1Brian FitzpatrickRepublican
U.S. House Pennsylvania District 9Dan MeuserRepublican
U.S. House Pennsylvania District 11Lloyd SmuckerRepublican
U.S. House Pennsylvania District 13John JoyceRepublican
U.S. House Pennsylvania District 14Guy ReschenthalerRepublican
U.S. House Pennsylvania District 15Glenn ThompsonRepublican
U.S. House Pennsylvania District 16Mike KellyRepublican
U.S. House South Carolina District 1Nancy MaceRepublican
U.S. House South Carolina District 2Joe WilsonRepublican
U.S. House South Carolina District 3Jeff DuncanRepublican
U.S. House South Carolina District 4William TimmonsRepublican
U.S. House South Carolina District 7Russell FryRepublican
U.S. House South Dakota At-large DistrictDusty JohnsonRepublican
U.S. House Tennessee District 1Diana HarshbargerRepublican
U.S. House Tennessee District 2Tim BurchettRepublican
U.S. House Tennessee District 3Charles J. FleischmannRepublican
U.S. House Tennessee District 4Scott DesJarlaisRepublican
U.S. House Tennessee District 6John RoseRepublican
U.S. House Tennessee District 7Mark GreenRepublican
U.S. House Tennessee District 8David KustoffRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 1Nathaniel MoranRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 2Daniel CrenshawRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 4Pat FallonRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 5Lance GoodenRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 6Jake EllzeyRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 8Morgan LuttrellRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 10Michael McCaulRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 11August PflugerRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 12Kay GrangerRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 13Ronny L. JacksonRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 14Randy WeberRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 15Monica De La CruzRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 17Pete SessionsRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 19Jodey ArringtonRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 22Troy NehlsRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 23Tony GonzalesRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 24Beth Van DuyneRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 25Roger WilliamsRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 26Michael C. BurgessRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 31John CarterRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 36Brian BabinRepublican
U.S. House Texas District 38Wesley HuntRepublican
U.S. House Utah District 1Blake MooreRepublican
U.S. House Utah District 2Chris StewartRepublican
U.S. House Utah District 3John CurtisRepublican
U.S. House Utah District 4Burgess OwensRepublican
U.S. House Virginia District 1Robert J. WittmanRepublican
U.S. House Virginia District 2Jennifer KiggansRepublican
U.S. House Virginia District 6Benjamin Lee ClineRepublican
U.S. House Virginia District 9H. Morgan GriffithRepublican
U.S. House Washington District 4Dan NewhouseRepublican
U.S. House Washington District 5Cathy McMorris RodgersRepublican
U.S. House West Virginia District 1Carol MillerRepublican
U.S. House West Virginia District 2Alexander MooneyRepublican
U.S. House Wisconsin District 1Bryan SteilRepublican
U.S. House Wisconsin District 3Derrick Van OrdenRepublican
U.S. House Wisconsin District 5Scott FitzgeraldRepublican
U.S. House Wisconsin District 6Glenn GrothmanRepublican
U.S. House Wisconsin District 7Tom TiffanyRepublican
U.S. House Wisconsin District 8Mike GallagherRepublican
U.S. House Wyoming At-large DistrictHarriet HagemanRepublican

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The GOP vote was 203 for McCarthy to a few for others. Republicans need to play as a team.

Not like the bought and paid for POS they were when Ryan was Speaker. They suck, but they won't vote with democrats. Cheney and Kinzinger are gone.
 
Crap. My district representative voted for McCarthy. :mad:
 
In 2015 the freedom caucus had all the power, they were much better situated after the ousting of John Boehner than these cretins are today, yet in 2015 that freedom caucus caved and we got the worst speaker in republican history, Paul Ryan, a grotesque poser masquerading as a conservative who was doing arena tours with a despicable anti-American scumbag named Louis Gutierrez, where both were promising throngs of illegal aliens they would get them amnestied!

Paul Ryan repeatedly sandbagged the American people and especially their lawfully elected president, Donald Trump in 2016-2018, Ryan teamed with Mitch Mcconnell to deliberately hand over the house to Nancy Pelosi in 2018, indeed the only words spoken about the 2018 midterm at all by Ryan was his announcement that Trump's values were not America's values!

We need to have a war, we need to eliminate these parasites the only way they can be eliminated, and anyone paying a lick of attention this last decade knows you are never eliminating them via a vote, which is entirely fixed.... :wink:
 
Here is the Uni-party. Constituents should take them down one primary at a time


(Names are below letter)

Letter From Rep. Bob Good (R-VA) on Why He Opposes McCarthy for Speaker

Bob Good (R-VA) for Congress

Today, I will be working with my Republican colleagues to elect the best conservative Speaker to lead our conference in doing the things voters across America elected us to do back on November 8. That will not be Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).

During my first race for Congress leading up to the 2020 election, I was urged by hundreds of voters in Virginia’s 5th District to oppose Kevin McCarthy for Republican leader. However, after being elected, I was surprised to see the entire Republican Conference vote by acclamation to confirm McCarthy for leader.

During the 2020 new member orientation, my Republican freshmen class members and I were told by Minority Leader McCarthy that we use every procedural tool at our disposal to thwart the radical Democrat agenda. Sadly, that did not happen, as we got rolled by the majority and the American people suffered under the most extreme leftist policies ever enacted by the Democrat majority.

I continued to hear from hundreds of constituents over the past two years, urging me not to support McCarthy for Speaker if we took the majority. I responded in townhall events and media interviews that I would judge him by what he did during my first two years in Congress. I would assess his efforts to truly fight the Democrat agenda, his commitment to true conservative principles, and his willingness to change how Congress operates to empower regular members.

Unfortunately, Kevin McCarthy did nothing to earn my support these past two years as minority leader when he had the near-exclusive opportunity to audition for the Speaker position. He ignored our pleas to make a motion to “vacate the chair”, when Nancy Pelosi was at her weakest moments with the Progressive Caucus and the “Squad” threatening her from her most extreme Left flank.

McCarthy did not effectively fight unconstitutional proxy voting, mask requirements, or metal detectors for members to pass thru when going to the House chamber to represent their constituents. He resisted our efforts to require recorded roll-call votes on hundreds of pieces of legislation spending billions of dollars when the Democrats attempted to pass them in an empty chamber by “unanimous consent” voice vote.

McCarthy fought our initial efforts to remove Liz Cheney from her leadership position after she voted to impeach President Trump and began to express public views that were out of step with Republican voters. He did not support removing her from leadership until she later publicly embarrassed him at a press conference.

McCarthy never marshaled Republican members to defeat bills passed by Democrats under “suspension of the rules”, and instead helped provide the two-thirds majority needed to pass dozens of these bills “en bloc”. He did not support our efforts to use our rare minority leverage to defeat so-called “must pass” National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) bills when Republican votes were needed to pass them. No matter how much they weakened our military with a dangerous woke focus on leftist priorities that diminished military readiness, he personally voted for them four times despite conservatives’ pleas to defeat them.

McCarthy falsely promised that Republicans would not provide the votes to pass the $1.2 trillion phony infrastructure bill, and then did nothing to penalize the 13 Republicans who voted for it.

McCarthy’s repeated mantra when conservatives urged him to fight the Democrat agenda was “we have a plan”. But no plan materialized over the past two years.

McCarthy represents a Republican swamp system that supports and promotes moderates for leadership positions and prime committee assignments, and the exclusion of conservatives. He spent millions of dollars to defeat conservative candidates in the recent 2022 primary races, against the will of the Republican voters in those districts. This is money that should have been utilized to elect more Republicans in the general election.

The Speaker vote is about more than defeating Kevin McCarthy and electing a better leader today. This is about striking a blow against the uni-party swamp cartel, and a Republican system that is hostile to conservatives, resents its base voters, and resists empowering individual members in order to retain power in the hands of an elite few.

We must elect a Speaker who will utilize the power of the purse as leverage to restore fiscal sanity and defund the government tyranny we campaign against. We must elect a Speaker who will exercise effective oversight against the weaponization of the federal government against its citizens. We must elect a Speaker who will pursue a true conservative policy agenda.

We must change how Congress works by reforming our rules to only bring legislation to the Floor that is supported by a majority of the majority (Republicans), let members elect our committee chairmen, require legislation to go thru committees of jurisdiction, have single-issue legislation, permit members to make amendments on the Floor, provide a reasonable amount of time to review legislation before voting on it, require recorded votes, end the practice of earmarks that are utilized to buy votes, and restore accountability for the Speaker by reinstating the motion to vacate the chair.

Don’t fall for the orchestrated disinformation campaign that falsely asserts that opposing McCarthy is somehow helping Democrats, or that he is the only person capable of leading our conference. Nothing helps the Democrats more than maintaining the status quo and electing a Speaker who will not stand up to their agenda. This is demonstrated by past history when McCarthy was majority leader in 2017 and 2018, and every major spending package he helped pass was done so with a majority of Democrat support, instead of Republicans.

It is clear that Kevin McCarthy cannot get the needed 218 votes to become Speaker. We can elect a strong leader who represents the conservative center of the Republican conference and the voters who elected us, and who can lead us in the fight to stop the Biden-Schumer agenda.

It is worth investing a few hours, a few days, or whatever it takes, to elect the right leader for our party and for the country.

We should not be in a hurry to make a bad decision.

We must not accept the false choice that it is either McCarthy or someone worse. We know what we will get with McCarthy, and that is more of the same that is failing the country.

All Republican members of Congress are hearing the same thing from their voters in their districts: “Don’t vote for Kevin McCarthy for Speaker.” For the good of the Republican Conference, for the good of the Congress, and for the good of the country, let’s hope they will listen to them and vote for transformational change.

For God and Country,
Bob

Republican Congressman who voted for Rep. Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House, who may vote for a Democrat, CLICK ON NAME FOR LINK TO OFFICE PHONE NUMBER

U.S. House Alabama District 1Jerry CarlRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 2Barry MooreRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 3Mike RogersRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 4Robert AderholtRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 5Dale StrongRepublican
U.S. House Alabama District 6Gary PalmerRepublican
U.S. House American Samoa At-large DistrictAumua Amata RadewagenRepublican
U.S. House Arizona District 1David SchweikertRepublican
U.S. House Arizona District 6Juan CiscomaniRepublican
U.S. House Arizona District 8Debbie LeskoRepublican
U.S. House Arkansas District 1Rick CrawfordRepublican
U.S. House Arkansas District 2French HillRepublican
U.S. House Arkansas District 3Steve WomackRepublican
U.S. House Arkansas District 4Bruce WestermanRepublican
U.S. House California District 1Doug LaMalfaRepublican
U.S. House California District 3Kevin KileyRepublican
U.S. House California District 5Tom McClintockRepublican
U.S. House California District 13John DuarteRepublican
U.S. House California District 20Kevin McCarthyRepublican
U.S. House California District 22David G. ValadaoRepublican
U.S. House California District 23Jay ObernolteRepublican
U.S. House California District 27Mike GarciaRepublican
U.S. House California District 40Young KimRepublican
U.S. House California District 41Ken CalvertRepublican
U.S. House California District 45Michelle SteelRepublican
U.S. House California District 48Darrell IssaRepublican
U.S. House Colorado District 4Ken BuckRepublican
U.S. House Colorado District 5Doug LambornRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 2Neal DunnRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 3Kat CammackRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 4Aaron BeanRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 5John RutherfordRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 6Michael WaltzRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 7Cory MillsRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 8Bill PoseyRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 11Daniel WebsterRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 12Gus M. BilirakisRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 15Laurel LeeRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 16Vern BuchananRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 17Greg SteubeRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 18Scott FranklinRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 19Byron DonaldsRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 21Brian MastRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 26Mario Diaz-BalartRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 27Maria Elvira SalazarRepublican
U.S. House Florida District 28Carlos GimenezRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 1Earl CarterRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 3Drew FergusonRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 6Rich McCormickRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 8Austin ScottRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 10Mike CollinsRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 11Barry LoudermilkRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 12Rick AllenRepublican
U.S. House Georgia District 14Marjorie Taylor GreeneRepublican
U.S. House Guam At-large DistrictJames MoylanRepublican
U.S. House Idaho District 1Russ FulcherRepublican
U.S. House Idaho District 2Michael K. SimpsonRepublican
U.S. House Illinois District 12Mike BostRepublican
U.S. House Illinois District 16Darin LaHoodRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 2Rudy YakymRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 3Jim BanksRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 4Jim BairdRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 5Victoria SpartzRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 6Greg PenceRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 8Larry BucshonRepublican
U.S. House Indiana District 9Erin HouchinRepublican
U.S. House Iowa District 1Mariannette Miller-MeeksRepublican
U.S. House Iowa District 2Ashley HinsonRepublican
U.S. House Iowa District 3Zach NunnRepublican
U.S. House Iowa District 4Randy FeenstraRepublican
U.S. House Kansas District 1Tracey MannRepublican
U.S. House Kansas District 2Jacob LaTurnerRepublican
U.S. House Kansas District 4Ron EstesRepublican
U.S. House Kentucky District 1James Comer Jr.Republican
U.S. House Kentucky District 2Brett GuthrieRepublican
U.S. House Kentucky District 4Thomas MassieRepublican
U.S. House Kentucky District 5Hal RogersRepublican
U.S. House Kentucky District 6Andy BarrRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 1Steve ScaliseRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 3Clay HigginsRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 4Mike JohnsonRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 5Julia LetlowRepublican
U.S. House Louisiana District 6Garret GravesRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 1Jack BergmanRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 2John MoolenaarRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 4Bill HuizengaRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 5Tim WalbergRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 9Lisa McClainRepublican
U.S. House Michigan District 10John JamesRepublican
U.S. House Minnesota District 1Brad FinstadRepublican
U.S. House Minnesota District 6Tom EmmerRepublican
U.S. House Minnesota District 7Michelle FischbachRepublican
U.S. House Minnesota District 8Pete StauberRepublican
U.S. House Mississippi District 1Trent KellyRepublican
U.S. House Mississippi District 3Michael GuestRepublican
U.S. House Mississippi District 4Mike EzellRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 2Ann WagnerRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 3Blaine LuetkemeyerRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 4Mark AlfordRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 6Sam GravesRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 7Eric BurlisonRepublican
U.S. House Missouri District 8Jason SmithRepublican
U.S. House Montana District 1Ryan ZinkeRepublican
U.S. House Nebraska District 1Mike FloodRepublican
U.S. House Nebraska District 2Don BaconRepublican
U.S. House Nebraska District 3Adrian SmithRepublican
U.S. House Nevada District 2Mark AmodeiRepublican
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Repubs have every right to vote for McCarthy

But I cant see any of them voting for a democrat out of spite

If McCarty is unelectable why not Jordan instead?
 
The guy is right, McCarthy sucks and is untrustworthy.

But who do you have that can get 218 republican votes that this guy thinks is worthy? This should have been done BEFORE January 3rd!!!
 
The GOP vote was 203 for McCarthy to a few for others. Republicans need to play as a team.

Not like the bought and paid for POS they were when Ryan was Speaker. They suck, but they won't vote with democrats. Cheney and Kinzinger are gone.
They have played as a team with everything else, like voting with democrats for their massive spending package before the new House took power.

Just look at their teamwork and where they are now. Why stop now?

Yay team.
 
The guy is right, McCarthy sucks and is untrustworthy.
But who do you have that can get 218 republican votes that this guy thinks is worthy? This should have been done BEFORE January 3rd!!!
Exactly right. McCarthy's "red wave" didn't happen for whatever reasons. Republicans now have a very slim majority, and running congress has ALWAYS been like "herding cats". The Taliban Wing of the GOP will NEVER vote for McCarthy, and the McCarthy supporters will never vote for anyone else. This could be a long, long, long, series of votes that elects no one.
The Speaker's first job is to get enough votes to be elected. McCarthy failed spectacularly.
 
They have played as a team with everything else, like voting with democrats for their massive spending package before the new House took power.
Just look at their teamwork and where they are now. Why stop now?
Yay team.
LOL! Yep. "YAY TEAM!!"
McConnell and the senate RINOs gave the dems a major win passing the $1.7T budget that funds the government thru September. Just imagine the House GOP telling Biden "no money until the border is CLOSED".

The GOP House has only acted as a "team" under Newt.
Under Ryan it was a mess, and now the GOP majority is so slim as to be useless.
 
The guy is right, McCarthy sucks and is untrustworthy.

But who do you have that can get 218 republican votes that this guy thinks is worthy? This should have been done BEFORE January 3rd!!!
You could smell the trouble before the election. McCarthy was on TV promoting himself and his plan which seemed to be more show than substance. It has taken several elections cycles for Republicans to get just enough Representatives to question the usual RINOS put into the Speaker chair when they get the house.
 
Here is the Uni-party. Constituents should take them down one primary at a time


(Names are below letter)

Letter From Rep. Bob Good (R-VA) on Why He Opposes McCarthy for Speaker

Bob Good (R-VA) for Congress

Today, I will be working with my Republican colleagues to elect the best conservative Speaker to lead our conference in doing the things voters across America elected us to do back on November 8. That will not be Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).

During my first race for Congress leading up to the 2020 election, I was urged by hundreds of voters in Virginia’s 5th District to oppose Kevin McCarthy for Republican leader. However, after being elected, I was surprised to see the entire Republican Conference vote by acclamation to confirm McCarthy for leader.

During the 2020 new member orientation, my Republican freshmen class members and I were told by Minority Leader McCarthy that we use every procedural tool at our disposal to thwart the radical Democrat agenda. Sadly, that did not happen, as we got rolled by the majority and the American people suffered under the most extreme leftist policies ever enacted by the Democrat majority.

I continued to hear from hundreds of constituents over the past two years, urging me not to support McCarthy for Speaker if we took the majority. I responded in townhall events and media interviews that I would judge him by what he did during my first two years in Congress. I would assess his efforts to truly fight the Democrat agenda, his commitment to true conservative principles, and his willingness to change how Congress operates to empower regular members.

Unfortunately, Kevin McCarthy did nothing to earn my support these past two years as minority leader when he had the near-exclusive opportunity to audition for the Speaker position. He ignored our pleas to make a motion to “vacate the chair”, when Nancy Pelosi was at her weakest moments with the Progressive Caucus and the “Squad” threatening her from her most extreme Left flank.

McCarthy did not effectively fight unconstitutional proxy voting, mask requirements, or metal detectors for members to pass thru when going to the House chamber to represent their constituents. He resisted our efforts to require recorded roll-call votes on hundreds of pieces of legislation spending billions of dollars when the Democrats attempted to pass them in an empty chamber by “unanimous consent” voice vote.

McCarthy fought our initial efforts to remove Liz Cheney from her leadership position after she voted to impeach President Trump and began to express public views that were out of step with Republican voters. He did not support removing her from leadership until she later publicly embarrassed him at a press conference.

McCarthy never marshaled Republican members to defeat bills passed by Democrats under “suspension of the rules”, and instead helped provide the two-thirds majority needed to pass dozens of these bills “en bloc”. He did not support our efforts to use our rare minority leverage to defeat so-called “must pass” National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) bills when Republican votes were needed to pass them. No matter how much they weakened our military with a dangerous woke focus on leftist priorities that diminished military readiness, he personally voted for them four times despite conservatives’ pleas to defeat them.

McCarthy falsely promised that Republicans would not provide the votes to pass the $1.2 trillion phony infrastructure bill, and then did nothing to penalize the 13 Republicans who voted for it.

McCarthy’s repeated mantra when conservatives urged him to fight the Democrat agenda was “we have a plan”. But no plan materialized over the past two years.

McCarthy represents a Republican swamp system that supports and promotes moderates for leadership positions and prime committee assignments, and the exclusion of conservatives. He spent millions of dollars to defeat conservative candidates in the recent 2022 primary races, against the will of the Republican voters in those districts. This is money that should have been utilized to elect more Republicans in the general election.

The Speaker vote is about more than defeating Kevin McCarthy and electing a better leader today. This is about striking a blow against the uni-party swamp cartel, and a Republican system that is hostile to conservatives, resents its base voters, and resists empowering individual members in order to retain power in the hands of an elite few.

We must elect a Speaker who will utilize the power of the purse as leverage to restore fiscal sanity and defund the government tyranny we campaign against. We must elect a Speaker who will exercise effective oversight against the weaponization of the federal government against its citizens. We must elect a Speaker who will pursue a true conservative policy agenda.

We must change how Congress works by reforming our rules to only bring legislation to the Floor that is supported by a majority of the majority (Republicans), let members elect our committee chairmen, require legislation to go thru committees of jurisdiction, have single-issue legislation, permit members to make amendments on the Floor, provide a reasonable amount of time to review legislation before voting on it, require recorded votes, end the practice of earmarks that are utilized to buy votes, and restore accountability for the Speaker by reinstating the motion to vacate the chair.

Don’t fall for the orchestrated disinformation campaign that falsely asserts that opposing McCarthy is somehow helping Democrats, or that he is the only person capable of leading our conference. Nothing helps the Democrats more than maintaining the status quo and electing a Speaker who will not stand up to their agenda. This is demonstrated by past history when McCarthy was majority leader in 2017 and 2018, and every major spending package he helped pass was done so with a majority of Democrat support, instead of Republicans.

It is clear that Kevin McCarthy cannot get the needed 218 votes to become Speaker. We can elect a strong leader who represents the conservative center of the Republican conference and the voters who elected us, and who can lead us in the fight to stop the Biden-Schumer agenda.

It is worth investing a few hours, a few days, or whatever it takes, to elect the right leader for our party and for the country.

We should not be in a hurry to make a bad decision.

We must not accept the false choice that it is either McCarthy or someone worse. We know what we will get with McCarthy, and that is more of the same that is failing the country.

All Republican members of Congress are hearing the same thing from their voters in their districts: “Don’t vote for Kevin McCarthy for Speaker.” For the good of the Republican Conference, for the good of the Congress, and for the good of the country, let’s hope they will listen to them and vote for transformational change.

For God and Country,
Bob

Republican Congressman who voted for Rep. Kevin McCarthy for Speaker of the House, who may vote for a Democrat, CLICK ON NAME FOR LINK TO OFFICE PHONE NUMBER

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Wow... looks like every Republican in the House except for the hardcore Rumpian red-capped Make America White Great Again cult... God bless 'em... :itsok:

The People's Business is not being tended-to... but no matter... so long as they obey the orders of the Orange Baboon-God perched on his bankrupt altar.

Then again... maybe the (present) GOP contender for the slot should not have gone South to kiss-the-ring and should not have whored himself out so much.

And in that vein... perhaps the holdouts just don't like Sloppy Seconds? :auiqs.jpg:
 
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Exactly right. McCarthy's "red wave" didn't happen for whatever reasons. Republicans now have a very slim majority, and running congress has ALWAYS been like "herding cats". The Taliban Wing of the GOP will NEVER vote for McCarthy, and the McCarthy supporters will never vote for anyone else. This could be a long, long, long, series of votes that elects no one.
The Speaker's first job is to get enough votes to be elected. McCarthy failed spectacularly.
Isn't the next debt ceiling vote, still at issue....? There will be a gvt shutdown, without an operating House, on top of the pending recession, and inflation still at our feet?

I don't think or know, that Jordan can't get the 218 republican votes.

So, who could capture both radicals or outliers, or strict conservatives, and the mainstream Republicans?
 
Isn't the next debt ceiling vote, still at issue....? There will be a gvt shutdown, without an operating House, on top of the pending recession, and inflation still at our feet?

I don't think or know, that Jordan can't get the 218 republican votes.

So, who could capture both radicals or outliers, or strict conservatives, and the mainstream Republicans?
Why not Jordan for “mainstream” republicans?
 
Isn't the next debt ceiling vote, still at issue....? There will be a gvt shutdown, without an operating House, on top of the pending recession, and inflation still at our feet?

I don't think or know, that Jordan can't get the 218 republican votes.

So, who could capture both radicals or outliers, or strict conservatives, and the mainstream Republicans?
Moderate Republicans are not radicals. RINOS have too much power. It makes you wonder if these are CIA or some government security agent plants.
 
Moderate Republicans are not radicals. RINOS have too much power. It makes you wonder if these are CIA or some government security agent plants.

We aren’t far from having a complete takeover by our enemies. Democrats are already there and RINOS are on the loose and growing. It is amazing that 50% of our populace has been dumbed down so much that they can’t see the destruction of our country that is taking place right in front of their faces.
 
Why not Jordan for “mainstream” republicans?
He's a single minded, self centered, political holy roller animated showman and attention getter with little to no fruit...
And with no ability to pull all sides of the Republican congress critters together, to garner the votes needed, to get anything passed or coordinated on the republican side....

Remember, the Rs need to show they can govern.... They got the majority, to do that.... 2024 will be all losses of any gains if they can't perform, produce for their voters.
 

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