Ninety-four Republicans and one Democrat sided with Paul,
while 118 Republicans, 196 Democrats and one Independent voted against the amendment.
All the Democrats (except one) think your children should be screened and drugged. This is so that they can better control them, so that the children will march in lock-step with their (liberal) ideas.
Only 1 Democrat thinks your children should not be screened and drugged. Who is he? He deserves recognition.
118 Republicans also want your children to be screened and drugged. Who are they? We need names.
"118 Republicans also want your children to be screened and drugged. Who are they? We need names."
I'll make a deal with you. I'll furnish the names (below), if you'll help get the word out to the world now by way of major/minor publishing, column writing, blog, e-mail list, word of mouth or otherwise. I don't want Kerry for President. If this word gets out to everyone (everyone) late (which is what's in the works right now), Kerry will be the next President. If it gets out early, our President and other Republicans will find a way to permanently kill his ordered "initiative" and Commission. Then our Republican Campaign can recover and win.
Here's your answer. Our President started the Commission by Executive Order. The Bill (H.R. 5006) sends the first funding to it. So the names of those Republicans in favor of universal, forced mental health screening follow.
President George Bush
The following is a list of Republican representatives in the House who voted against the Ron Paul Amendment (Amendment to stop funding for "New Freedom Initiative" universal mental screening). You'll see a list of no-votes below it.
All of the Democrats were "noes" or no-votes, except one who voted in favor of Ron Paul's Amendment, Taylor (MS).
...first, the "noes" (against Amendment to stop funding for "New Freedom Initiative," which seeks to eventually bring universal mental screenings, which will result in many new prescriptions for psychiatric medications for children). These are the bad guys, folks, and so are those on the list after the following.
posted on 09/10/2004 5:36:16 PM PDT
BTW, to check my list of names against the list in the Roll Call, follow the following link.
The Republicans' names are in Roman font. The Democrats' names are in italics. The independent's (Democrat--same thing, IMO) name is underlined.
posted on 09/10/2004 5:40:19 PM PDT
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