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George Voinovich did not have a clue clue on what he was voting on Dean Hannity simply ask him if he read the bill, he would not answer


This is why some on both sides want to regulate talk radio



Voinovich self-destructs on Hannity
Senator hangs up on host over 'amnesty' grilling

Posted: June 27, 2007
6:38 p.m. Eastern

WASHINGTON – Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, misunderstood the results of a vote on an amendment to the "comprehensive immigration reform" bill being debated in the upper house today.

He also is apparently unfamiliar with efforts to re-impose the Fairness Doctrine on broadcasters operating on the public airwaves.

But it was nationally syndicated radio talk-show host Sean Hannity's persistent grilling about the senator's intentions on key cloture votes leading to a showdown on what is characterized as an "amnesty" bill that caused Voinovich to melt down before millions of listeners today.

The normally low-profile Republican hung up on the No. 2 talk host in the country.






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INVASION USA
Voinovich self-destructs on Hannity
Senator hangs up on host over 'amnesty' grilling

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Posted: June 27, 2007
6:38 p.m. Eastern



© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com


Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio
WASHINGTON – Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, misunderstood the results of a vote on an amendment to the "comprehensive immigration reform" bill being debated in the upper house today.

He also is apparently unfamiliar with efforts to re-impose the Fairness Doctrine on broadcasters operating on the public airwaves.

But it was nationally syndicated radio talk-show host Sean Hannity's persistent grilling about the senator's intentions on key cloture votes leading to a showdown on what is characterized as an "amnesty" bill that caused Voinovich to melt down before millions of listeners today.

The normally low-profile Republican hung up on the No. 2 talk host in the country.

The key sticking point in the conversation was Hannity's question as to whether the senator had done a cost analysis on the bill. The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank, estimates the bill would cost the American taxpayers $2.5 trillion.

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George Voinovich did not have a clue clue on what he was voting on Dean Hannity simply ask him if he read the bill, he would not answer


This is why some on both sides want to regulate talk radio



Voinovich self-destructs on Hannity
Senator hangs up on host over 'amnesty' grilling

Posted: June 27, 2007
6:38 p.m. Eastern

WASHINGTON – Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, misunderstood the results of a vote on an amendment to the "comprehensive immigration reform" bill being debated in the upper house today.

He also is apparently unfamiliar with efforts to re-impose the Fairness Doctrine on broadcasters operating on the public airwaves.

But it was nationally syndicated radio talk-show host Sean Hannity's persistent grilling about the senator's intentions on key cloture votes leading to a showdown on what is characterized as an "amnesty" bill that caused Voinovich to melt down before millions of listeners today.

The normally low-profile Republican hung up on the No. 2 talk host in the country.






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INVASION USA
Voinovich self-destructs on Hannity
Senator hangs up on host over 'amnesty' grilling

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Posted: June 27, 2007
6:38 p.m. Eastern



© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com


Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio
WASHINGTON – Sen. George Voinovich, R-Ohio, misunderstood the results of a vote on an amendment to the "comprehensive immigration reform" bill being debated in the upper house today.

He also is apparently unfamiliar with efforts to re-impose the Fairness Doctrine on broadcasters operating on the public airwaves.

But it was nationally syndicated radio talk-show host Sean Hannity's persistent grilling about the senator's intentions on key cloture votes leading to a showdown on what is characterized as an "amnesty" bill that caused Voinovich to melt down before millions of listeners today.

The normally low-profile Republican hung up on the No. 2 talk host in the country.

The key sticking point in the conversation was Hannity's question as to whether the senator had done a cost analysis on the bill. The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think-tank, estimates the bill would cost the American taxpayers $2.5 trillion.

for the complete article

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56414
Almost every single Republican AND Democrat in Washington are doing work against the people and need to go. Immediately.
 
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That includes Bush, Cheney, and every single Republican in Congress.

In addition to the the socialist Democrat scum. Pretty much their entire party.
Bush and Cheney will be gone in Jan 09 no matter what

No is time to pay attention to members of Congress
 

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