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Now You Know Who the RINOS Are
Reaganite Republican ^ | 02 January 2013 | Reaganite Republican

Posted on 01/02/2013 9:37:51 AM PST by Reaganite Republican

Gonna primary these Obama-enabling tools 
in 2014 (if any of us are still in the GOP by then)

Alabama ---


Young, Donald “Don”
Alaska At Large

Arizona ---


Womack, Steve
Arkansas's 3rd congressional district


Bilbray, Brian
California's 50th congressional district

Bono Mack, Mary
California's 45th congressional district

Calvert, Ken
California's 44th congressional district,

Denham, Jeff
California's 19th congressional district

Dreier, David
California's 26th congressional district

Gallegly, Elton
California's 24th congressional district

Herger, Walter “Wally”
California's 2nd congressional district

Lungren, Daniel E.
California's 3rd congressional district

McKeon, Howard “Buck”
California's 25th congressional district

Miller, Gary
California's 42nd congressional district

Royce, Edward “Ed”
California's 40th congressional district

Colorado ---

Connecticut ---

Delaware ---


Buchanan, Vern
Florida's 13th congressional district

Crenshaw, Ander
Florida's 4th congressional district

Diaz-Balart, Mario
Florida's 21st congressional district

Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana
Florida's 18th congressional district

Young, Bill
Florida's 10th congressional district

Georgia ---

Hawaii ---


Simpson, Michael “Mike”
Idaho's 2nd congressional district


Biggert, Judy
Illinois's 13th congressional district,

Bob Dold
Illinois's 10th congressional district

Johnson, Timothy
Illinois's 15th congressional distric

Kinzinger, Adam
Illinois's 11th congressional district

Manzullo, Donald
Illinois's 16th congressional district

Schock, Aaron
Illinois's 18th congressional district

Shimkus, John
Illinois's 19th congressional district

Indiana ---

Iowa ---

Kansas ---


Rogers, Harold “Hal”
Kentucky's 5th congressional district


Alexander, Rodney
Louisiana's 5th congressional district

Maryland ---

Massachusetts ---


Benishek, Dan
Michigan's 1st congressional district

Camp, David “Dave”
Michigan's 4th congressional district

Miller, Candice
Michigan's 10th congressional district

Rogers, Michael “Mike”
Michigan's 8th congressional district

Upton, Frederick “Fred”
Michigan's 6th congressional district


Kline, John
Minnesota's 2nd congressional district

Mississippi ---


Emerson, Jo Ann
Missouri's 8th congressional district

Missouri's 9th congressional district

Montana ---


Fortenberry, Jeffrey
Nebraska's 1st congressional district


Heck, Joe
Nevada's 3rd congressional district

New Hampshire

Bass, Charles “Charlie”
New Hampshire's 2nd congressional district

New Jersey

Frelinghuysen, Rodney
New Jersey's 11th congressional district

Lance, Leonard
New Jersey's 7th congressional district

LoBiondo, Frank
New Jersey's 2nd congressional district

Runyan, Jon
New Jersey's 3rd congressional district

Smith, Christopher “Chris”
New Jersey's 4th congressional district

New Mexico ---

New York

Gibson, Chris
New York's 20th congressional district Gibson, who was redistricted from the 20th district to the 19th district.

Grimm, Michael
New York's 13th congressional district Grimm was redistricted from the 13th district to the 11th district.

Hanna, Richard
New York's 24th congressional districtRedistricted to New York's 22nd congressional district.

Hayworth, Nan
New York's 19th congressional district

King, Peter “Pete”
New York's 3rd congressional district

Reed, II, Tom 
New York's 29th congressional district

Turner, Robert L. "Bob"
New York's 9th congressional district Turner lost the primary election to Wendy Elizabeth Long on June 26, 2012. She lost the general election to incumbent Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand.

North Carolina

Coble, Howard
North Carolina's 6th congressional district

North Dakota ---


Boehner, John
Ohio's 8th congressional district

Johnson, William Leslie "Bill"
Ohio's 6th congressional district

LaTourette, Steven
Ohio's 14th congressional district

Latta, Robert
Ohio's 5th congressional district

Stivers, Steven Ernst "Steve"
Ohio's 15th congressional district

Tiberi, Patrick “Pat”
Ohio's 12th congressional district


Cole, Tom
Oklahoma's 4th congressional district

Lucas, Frank
Oklahoma's 3rd congressional district

Sullivan, John
Oklahoma's 1st congressional district


Walden, Greg
Oregon's 2nd congressional district


Barletta, Lou
Pennsylvania's 11th congressional district

Dent, Charles
Pennsylvania's 15th congressional district

Fitzpatrick, Michael
Pennsylvania's 8th congressional district

Gerlach, Jim
Pennsylvania's 6th congressional district

Kelly, Jr., George Joseph "Mike"
Pennsylvania's 3rd congressional district

Marino, Thomas Anthony
Pennsylvania's 10th congressional district

Meehan, Patrick Leo "Pat"
Pennsylvania's 7th congressional district

Murphy, Tim
Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district

Pitts, Joseph
Pennsylvania's 16th congressional district

Platts, Todd
Pennsylvania's 19th congressional district

Shuster, William “Bill”
Pennsylvania's 9th congressional district

Thompson, Glenn
Pennsylvania's 5th congressional district

Rhode Island ---

South Carolina ---

South Dakota

Noem, Kristi
South Dakota At Large,

Tennessee ---


Brady, Kevin
Texas's 8th congressional district

Sessions, Peter “Pete”
Texas's 32nd congressional district

Smith, Lamar
Texas's 21st congressional district,

Thornberry, William “Mac”
Texas's 13th congressional district

Utah ---

Vermont ---

Virginia ---


Hastings, Doc
Washington's 4th congressional district

Herrera Beutler, Jaime
Washington's 3rd congressional district

McMorris Rodgers, Cathy
Washington's 5th congressional district

Reichert, Dave
Washington's 8th congressional district,

West Virginia ---


Ribble, Reid James
Wisconsin's 8th congressional district

Ryan, Paul
Wisconsin's 1st congressional district

Wyoming ---

Noone should be spared our wrath, not even Ryan...

h/t Free Republic (Yosemitest)

TOPICS: Business/Economy; Government; Politics
KEYWORDS: cliff; deal; diablos; rinos
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To: campaignPete R-CT

The Conservative alternative would have been to pass a bill making the Bush tax cuts permenant, let Boehner sign it and pass it on to the Senate.

21 posted on 01/02/2013 11:04:03 AM PST by sport
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To: TheRhinelander

How’s a Democrat House in 2014 different than a Republican House in 2012 that gives Democrats everything they want?

It’s like saying, there’s a wrong way, and there’s a Homer Simpson way, which is the same as the wrong way, but faster.

22 posted on 01/02/2013 11:07:50 AM PST by Boogieman
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To: TheRhinelander
You people are absolute morons. If the Democrats get the House in 2014 the country as we know it is over.

Hate to tell you this...but it seems now that Dimlicans already run the House.

Kill yourselves.

Funny wording....What political party are you in?

23 posted on 01/02/2013 11:14:22 AM PST by Osage Orange ( Liberalism, ideas so good they have to be mandatory.)
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To: Osage Orange; TheRhinelander
Funny wording....What political party are you in?

I wonder that also. He's throwing the word "morons" around at FReepers real loosely, he just got a post removed on another thread.

24 posted on 01/02/2013 11:38:03 AM PST by jazusamo ("Mercy to the guilty is cruelty to the innocent." -- Adam Smith)
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To: sport

the conservative bill never happened.

it never even happened in ‘02-’06 when the GOP held the House, Senate and POTUS. I think they wanted to blame the DEMS for tax increases during election seasona.

They figured expiring tax cuts would keep the American public hungry for more tax cut extentions. Stupid is as stupid does.

25 posted on 01/02/2013 11:41:50 AM PST by campaignPete R-CT (campaigned for local conservatives only)
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To: TheRhinelander

the philosophy is to “go down to glorious defeat.” And die on the battlefield, with a name that will be remembered by generations of rebels. “Kill Yourselves”, although technically accurate, is not an appealing slogan for this philosophy.

Please get with the program.

26 posted on 01/02/2013 11:49:01 AM PST by campaignPete R-CT (campaigned for local conservatives only)
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To: Reaganite Republican
I agree they are all RINOs but not because of this vote. After all the Democrats have a mandate. The only reason the GOP even hold the House was because of gerrymandering. I don't think there ever was a prayer that we were going to get any spending cuts.
27 posted on 01/02/2013 2:46:32 PM PST by Sam Gamgee (May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won't. - Patton)
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To: Reaganite Republican

I was surprised to read that Paul Ryan voted for this, but he has already proposed the 2014 budget that will make up for what was lost in this bill. I imagine that he felt that we needed to get off this subject giving the repu

Personally, I think that WE are the ones who need to take up the battle and talk up the bad effects Obama’s [plan will and is having. Take this to our representatives...let them know on a regular basis how bad things are getting. If you go to the president’s website, you get all this ooey-gooey stuff about how his policies are going to save America. BS! We need to email our reps OFTEN and encourage them to get behind Paul Ryan’s new bill that the CBO says will reduce the deficit by over 80% in 4 years. It is the closest thing to a balanced budget that we’ll ever see in my opinion. A lot of these people listed here are KNOWN RINOs, so I have no problem primarying them out. However, a bad vote here or there should not throw out an otherwise very good man. He was the one conservative on the ticket, if you remember.

Gary Bauer talks about the new budget proposal and it sounds very good. Maybe Ryan just wanted to get this out of the way and go on with things as quickly as possible. I can understand that. We need to sit back a take a deep breath and evaluate things, as well. There has been more than enough hype about everything since the election. Let’s look at the RINOs that need purging in 2014 and go from there. Anybody with less than 75% ACU rating SHOULD be looked at to be replaced in their primaries.

28 posted on 01/02/2013 4:02:10 PM PST by Shery (in APO Land)
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To: TheRhinelander

Oh yeah, this is much better.

The opening lines from

Last night, I voted to make lower taxes permanent for 99% of American taxpayers, ending a climate of uncertainty which has plagued 8th District families and small businesses for months...

29 posted on 01/02/2013 7:44:38 PM PST by MurrietaMadman
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To: Reaganite Republican

Several of the people on that list were already defeated or are retiring.

30 posted on 01/02/2013 8:31:41 PM PST by fieldmarshaldj (Resist We Much)
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