Neil Abercrombie (Hawaii), William Clay (Mo.), Carolyn Kilpatrick (Mich.), Robert Scott (Va.), Barbara Lee (Calif.), Jose Serrano (N.Y.), Emanuel Cleaver (Mo.), Cynthia McKinney (Ga.), Fortney Hillman Stark Jr. (Calif.), John Conyers (Mich.), Gregory Meeks (N.Y.), Edolphus Towns (N.Y.), Jim Cooper (Tenn.), Jerrold Nadler (N.Y.),Tom Udall (N.M.), Danny Davis (Ill.), James Oberstar (Minn.), Nydia Velazquez (N.Y.), Raul Grijalva (Ariz.), Major Owens (N.Y.), Maxine Waters (Calif.), Maurice Hinchey (N.Y.), Ed Pastor (Ariz.), Anthony Weiner (N.Y.), Mike Honda (Calif.), Donald Payne (N.J.), Lynn Woolsey (Calif.), Jesse Jackson Jr. (Ill.), Charles Rangel (N.Y.), Eddie Bernice Johnson (Texas) and Bobby Rush (Ill.).
I don't get it. Why does anyone care what names France is giving their streets and why are my congressmen wasting valuable time debating and voting on it? We have our own country to fix. Let the french deal with France.
What's this? "The Mumia Returns"?
December 07, 2006
"Incoming Chair of House Judiciary Committee stands up for cop-killers
Via James Taranto's Opinion Journal - Best of the web, citing clerk.house.gov/evs/2006/roll527.xml as source for the votes."
SNIPPET: "Tellingly, every member of the Pennsylvania delegation who was present voted "yes."
The most disturbing name on the "no" list is that of John Conyers. Granted, this is only a symbolic vote, but is it really a good idea to entrust the chairmanship of the Judiciary Committee to a man who casts a symbolic vote for a cop-killer and against his victim?"
A better -- and more descriptive name -- would be the "Cop Killer Caucus"