Skip to comments.Sponsors of the 'Contract II' Budget
Posted on 03/15/2006 7:21:01 AM PST by Gipper08
In no particular order, here are the House members who are sponsoring the pro-growth RSC budget.
(Those in BOLD were elected with Club member support)
Mike Pence (IN-06) Virginia Foxx (NC-05) Jeb Hensarling (TX-05) Trent Franks (AZ-02) Gresham Barrett (SC-03) Louie Gohmert (TX-01) John Shadegg (AZ-03) Tom Price (GA-06) Patrick McHenry (NC-10) Paul Ryan (WI-01) Eric Cantor (VA-07) Phil Gingrey (GA-11) Gil Gutknecht (MN-01) Todd Akin (MO-02) Scott Garrett (NJ-05) Sue Myrick (NC-09) Joe Wilson (SC-02) Jeff Flake (AZ-06) Tom Feeney (FL-24) Steve King (IA-05) Roscoe Bartlett (MD-06) John Campbell (CA-48) Lynn Westmoreland (GA-08) Chris Chocola (IN-02) Kenny Marchant (TX-24) Tom Cole (OK-04) Marsha Blackburn (TN-07) Bob Inglis (SC-04) Jim Ryun (KS-02) Pete Sessions (TX-32)
Call your Congressman or nearest GOP congressman and make sure they are on this list!!!!
The Republican Study Committee is a group of over 100 House Republicans organized for the purpose of advancing a conservative social and economic agenda in the House of Representatives. The Republican Study Committee is dedicated to:
a limited and Constitutional role for the federal government,
a strong national defense,
the protection of individual and property rights,
and the preservation of traditional family values.
The group has played a major role in key policy areas including budget, appropriations, taxes, education, Social Security reform, defense, deregulation, and general government reform. The Republican Study Committee is an independent research arm for Republicans.
That's my congresscritter.
I don't see any in BOLD.
Kudos to these members of the Republican Study Committee. Thankfully, there are some Reagan conservatives in WashDC today. Standing up and speaking out for limited government is always a worthy effort. And $358 billion in savings over the next five years is a decent start. Until recently conservatives had Social Security and Medicare to be concerned about. Now we have a new bureaucratic blunder to content with. That would be Bush`s new trillion dollar Prescription Drug Program. The RSC has their work cut out for them.
So what does Contract II exactly state?
Steve King rules. I don't see Nussle on there.