Friday, June 26, 2009

House of Representatives Votes To Kill Jobs, Economy

Who Are The Republican 8 That Voted For Cap & Tax? We Expose Them Today.

In a 219-212 vote today, the United States House of Representatives voted to kill jobs and the United States economy.

In voting for a 1,500+ page bill that no Congressman has read, the stage has been set for the largest tax increase in U.S. history.

Not just the largest tax increase, the largest transfer of wealth from the United States of America to third-world countries that are not subject to the provisions of Cap & Tax (Trade.)

There were eight Republican’s that voted in favor of this job-killing legislation, and without their support the bill would not have passed.  Their names are:

Congressman Mary Bono Mack.  Mack She has the dubious distinction of becoming a Congresswoman simply by virtue that she was married to former Congressman Sonny Bono, who died in a Skiing accident several years ago.

Yes, this “icon” of Republican values has sold out the People of California and the Nation with her jobs killing vote.
104 Cannon House Office Bldg
Washington, D.C. 20515
T (202) 225-5330
F (202) 225-2961

Congressman Mike Castle (R. Delaware)  image Another Republican In Name Only from a North Eastern Liberal state that voted overwhelmingly for Obama.  No wonder he voted for the Cap & Tax bill, he’s also a member of “Republican’s for Environmental Protection” and believes that “global warming” is actually real, despite more than 700 scientists (some of which previously agreed with the theory) now firmly against it.
Wilmington Office
201 N. Walnut Street, Suite 107
Wilmington, DE 19801-3970
p: 302.428.1902
f: 302.428.1950


Congressman Mark Kirk (R. IL) He believes in “environmental protection” and is a member of the Congressional Climate Change Caucus.  His solution? More wind and solar energy, as Kirk touts the NSSO Report that Wind and Solar can solve this country’s energy needs. Kirk also has aspirations to be Governor of Illinois, which he can kiss good bye. As a resident of Illinois myself, I’ll do everything in my power to make sure this POS never sees the Governor’s mansion.

On his blog, Kirk says he’s “making it a point to read all 1,000+ pages” of the Clean Energy act.  Given he had less than 12 hours to do it, like every other Congressman who voted for the bill, he voted in favor of it WITHOUT READING IT!
Washington, DC Office
1030 Longworth HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Phone: 202-225-4835
Fax: 202-225-0837

Northbrook Office
707 Skokie Boulevard, Suite 350
Northbrook, IL 60062
Phone: 847-940-0202
Fax: 847-940-7143

imageCongressman Leonard Lance (R. New Jersey)  What’s there to say, this butthead who thinks he’s a Republican is from New Jersey, another left-leaning liberal state. He recently hosted a forum with a “Clean Energy” company, claiming that “green energy” will create millions of jobs.  He co-hosted the forum with the New Jersey Sierra Club.  Any wonder why this spineless jackass voted for Cap & Tax?
District Office
425 North Avenue East
Westfield, NJ 07090
Phone: (908) 518-7733
Fax: (908) 518-7751


Congressman Frank LoBiondo (R. NJ)  What else is there to say?  Other than he was cited for his work with the Audobon Society, League of Conservation Voters and the Sierra Club, all extremist environmental groups that donated heavily to his campaign.  Must be payback time, eh Frankie boy?

Washington Office
2427 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
(202) 225-6572 (phone),
(202) 225-3318 (fax)


  Congressman John McHugh (R. NY)  Even though this piece of crap told his hometown newspaper in Syracuse, NY that the “climate change bill” unfairly penalized “the poor” and that he was “undecided” as recently as 12 hours ago, he voted in favor of Cap & Tax.   McHugh was also chosen by Barack Hussein Obama back on June 2nd to be the Secretary of the Army under the Obama Adminsitration.  No doubt, his vote for Cap & Tax was payback to the Obama Administration.
2366 Rayburn House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515-3223
T (202) 225-4611
F (202) 226-0621

Then there’s Congressman Dave Reichert (R. WA)  imagewho according to the Seattle Post Globe  has always portrayed himself as a proponent of battling “climate change.”  We think it’s time for Reichert to experience some climate change himself, with a good swift kick to the curb come the next election.  Can the country wait that long?  We don’t think so.

Washington, DC Office
US House of Representatives
1730 Longworth Building
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-7761
(202) 225-4282 Fax

imageFinally, Congressman Chris Smith (R. New Jersey)  Ok, I have to ask … is there something in the water in New Jersey that makes people just stupid?  This is the third Congressman from New Jersey that voted for this Cap & Tax bill!  What the hell are you people in New Jersey thinking voting in these environmental whacko’s?    I mean, did you you all know that Chris Smith was originally a DEMOCRAT, and didn’t you just know he’d follow the Pelosi Democrats?
Washington DC Office
2373 Rayburn H.O.B.
Washington, D.C. 20515
p 202-225-3765
f 202-225-7768

There you have it folks, the pictures and short histories of the Republican TRAITORS that voted for Cap & Tax.  These idiots need to be purged from the Republican Party one way or another.

2010 just can’t come soon enough for my liking.



disgusted in wyoming said...

Thanks for the very complete information on these "BENEDICT ARNOLDS". They will be hearing from me. After watching CSPAN all day, and finally seeing John Boehner's valiant and impassioned effort to bring some very disturbing elements of the "last minute" amendment(309 pages filed at 3a.m. 6/26/09) to this virtually unread bill(approx. 1200 pages with 12 hours to read) to light, I had hope this "travesty" would be defeated, but thanks to these eight morons, our country's economy is now on the fast track to destruction and our lives and businesses will be regulated as never before. It's a shame a few more members of Congress didn't align themselves with the words of Albert Einstein, "Never do anything against conscience, even if the state demands it." Perhaps that assumes too much--that politicians are in possession of a conscience.

Brett Rogers said...

NoBamaNation said...

Thanks for your comments on this post.

As some additional background on Mark Kirk (R. IL) he's planning on running for Governor here in the People's Socialist RepubliK of Illannoyed and if I have anything to say about it, he's "screwed the pooch" on that one. No way in HELL this guy should ever be governor and no way in HELL he should get re-elected to Congress (again, if I have anything to say about it in this state....)