How did your representatives vote?

How did your representatives vote?

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    How did your representatives vote?

    I get this email from msn every so often that tells me how our reps and congressmen vote. So here's the results for H.R. 6482 bill to get DC to conform with the laws. My rep made the correct vote. It's interesting to see quite a few dems voted for it too.
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    Washington State really needs to get rid of 5 reps, and 2 senators. This has been a problem for a while. We also need to kick the democrats out of the governor office. I really don't know what is wrong with the people here , unless they are asleep or just can't bother to vote. I have seen voter pamphlets and ballets tossed into the recycle at the post office. This really bugs me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seedoubleyou View Post
    I get this email from msn every so often that tells me how our reps and congressmen vote. So here's the results for H.R. 6482 bill to get DC to conform with the laws. My rep made the correct vote. It's interesting to see quite a few dems voted for it too.
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    Mine voted Yes- (Capito-R WV).
    The rumor is Dems in conservative districts being allowed to vote Yes on the condition Harry Reid stops it in the Senate.
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    My Reps voted the right way......that'll boost thier "Brady Grades" as well.
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    Florida did the 'correct' thing also...
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    My Rep, a NY Democrat, actually voted Yes. But I know him, and he was a member of our local gun club until he moved to DC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Florida did the 'correct' thing also...
    ...with the exception of Jacksonville's infamous Corrine Brown...God (or perhaps Satan) only knows why she's re-elected time and time again.

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    Arkansas is all for it! I couldn't think of it any other way.

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    Mississippi's voted 3 yea, 1 nay (Bennie Thompson, D from the delta district, AKA the "Gimmie whatcha got cause my people were your slaves" district...not bitter...okay, well, a little).

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    I live in Roscoe's district in MD. I am proud of him. all the rest I am ashamed of. What I want to know is why in hades did Gilcrest vote no? Another RINO!

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    All 7 of Alabama's Representatives (2 Dems, 5 Reps) voted Yea
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    My representative Randy Forbes, voted yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Florida did the 'correct' thing also...
    Yes, Florida did the right thing. The only "nay" votes were from the usual liberal Democrat suspects. For the life of me I don't understand why they choose to take a stand that would deny so many citizens the right to defend themselves against the criminal element in D.C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MIKEV View Post
    I live in Roscoe's district in MD. I am proud of him. all the rest I am ashamed of. What I want to know is why in hades did Gilcrest vote no? Another RINO!
    I really want to replace steny with the libertarian candidate in my district
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