Skip to comments.FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 690
Posted on 08/03/2011 11:53:02 AM PDT by Texas Fossil
Final House Roll Call Vote on the Debt Ceiling Extension (S.510 placed in the body of an existing House bill)
VOTE 1-Aug-2011 7:09 PM
QUESTION: On Passage
BILL TITLE: To make a technical amendment to the Education Sciences Reform Act of 2002
Jackson Lee (TX)
Johnson, E. B.
Lungren, Daniel E.
Sánchez, Linda T.
Passed at night, in secrecy and already signed into law by Obozo. They have again done all they can to hide their votes. I hate this type of stealth legislation.
Transparency? Not a chance.
McCotter voted FOR.
Was this bill put ON LINE for 48 hours for people to read and contact their legistators?
what did they pass???
McCarthy (CA) - voted “Yes”. Anyone else surprised that Allen West also voted “Yes”?
How did the Senate vote or did (every) Republican vote for it?
They passed the debt ceiling extension.
The Bonehead needs voted out ,NOW!
I did not pull up the senate vote, of course the Dems control the Senate. Their website is totally different and requires a different approach to post.
This bill contains the text of the Senate Bill (S.365)
“McCarthy (CA) - voted Yes. Anyone else surprised that Allen West also voted Yes?”
He is a disappointment,Bachmann was a NO ,Now there is our Speaker,but we got the Pinko Weeper,instead.
“Anyone else surprised that Allen West also voted Yes?”
Surprised? More disgusted than surprised.
"I will run the most tranparent administration ever..." (the stain, early '08)
"How's that hope-y, change-y workin' for ya?" (S. Palin, 2010)
It has become public law 112-25 and the text is not yet available. Transparency?? BS!
Get this. The only reference to the public law number on the web is on Wiki! ???
Budget Control Act of 2011
Here is the text of the bill in .pdf:
For the text of the bill see post number 15
“The only thing that keeps Congress from being more corrupt than it is, is the fact that most of the Congressional hacks are inept bunglers.” - - - Mark Twain
I’m developing a new respect for Mark Twain. He was way ahead of his time.
Mine voted aye.
He’ll get a another no from me next election.
I wasn’t surprised with his vote, I was greatly disappointed.
Oops! Shoulda scrolled a little farther before posting the link.
Oh well, we have the text from two sources now. :-)
One again, congress screws the people.
Florida 24 Adams, Sandy (R) YES
Michigan 3 Amash, Justin (R) NO
Pennsylvania 11 Barletta, Lou (R) YES
New Hampshire 2 Bass, Charles (R) YES
Michigan 1 Benishek, Dan(R) YES
North Dakota AL Berg, Rick(R) YES
Tennessee 6 Black, Diane(R) YES
Alabama 5 Brooks, Mo (R)NO
Indiana 8 Bucshon, Larry (R)YES
New York 25 Buerkle, Ann Marie (R) NO
Texas 23 Canseco, Quico (R) YES
Ohio 1 Chabot, Steve (R) YES
Minnesota 8 Cravaack, Chip (R) NO
Arkansas 1 Crawford, Rick (R)YES
California 19 Denham, Jeff (R) YES
Tennessee 4 DesJarlais, Scott (R) NO
Illinois 10 Dold, Robert(R)YES
Wisconsin 7 Duffy, Sean (R) YES
South Carolina 3 Duncan, Jeff (R) NO
North Carolina 2 Ellmers, Renee(R) YES
Texas 27 Farenthold, Blake (R) YES
Tennessee 8 Fincher, Stephen (R) YES
Pennsylvania 8 Fitzpatrick, Mike (R) YES
Tennessee 3 Fleischmann, Chuck (R) NO
Texas 17 Flores, Bill (R) YES
Colorado 4 Gardner, Cory (R) YES
Ohio 18 Gibbs, Bob (R) YES
New York 20 Gibson, Chris (R) YES
Arizona 1 Gosar, Paul (R) YES
South Carolina 4 Gowdy, Trey (R) NO
Arkansas 2 Griffin, Tim (R) YES
Virginia 9 Griffith, Morgan (R) NO
New York 13 Grimm, Michael (R) YES
New Hampshire 1 Guinta, Frank (R) YES
New York 24 Hanna,Richard (R) YES
Maryland 1 Harris, Andy (R) NO
Missouri 4 Hartzler, Vicky (R) NO
New York 19 Hayworth, Nan (R) YES
Nevada 3 Heck, Joe (R) YES
Washington 3 Herrera Beutler, Jaime (R) YES
Kansas 1 Huelskamp, Tim (R) NO
Michigan 2 Huizenga, Bill (R) YES
Illinois 14 Hultgren, Randy (R) NO
Virginia 5 Hurt, Robert (R) YES
Ohio 6 Johnson, Bill (R) YES
Pennsylvania 3 Kelly, Mike (R) YES
Illinois 11 Kinzinger, Adam (R)YES
Idaho 1 Labrador, Raúl (R) NO
Louisiana 3 Landry, Jeff (R) NO
Oklahoma 5 Lankford, James (R) YES
Missouri 7 Long, Billy (R) YES
Pennsylvania 10 Marino, Tom (R) YES
West Virginia 1 McKinley, David (R) YES
Pennsylvania 7 Meehan, Pat (R) YES
South Carolina 5 Mulvaney, Mick (R) NO
South Dakota AL Noem, Kristi (R) YES
Florida 5 Nugent, Rich (R) YES
Mississippi 1 Nunnelee, Alan (R) YES
Mississippi 4 Palazzo, Steven (R) YES
New Mexico 2 Pearce, Steve (R) NO
Kansas 4 Pompeo, Mike (R) YES
Arizona 3 Quayle, Ben (R) NO
Ohio 16 Renacci, Jim (R) YES
Wisconsin 8 Ribble, Reid (R) YES
Virginia 2 Rigell, Scott (R) YES
Florida 25 Rivera, David (R) YES
Alabama 2 Roby, Martha (R) NO
Indiana 4 Rokita, Todd (R) NO
Florida 12 Ross, Dennis A. (R) NO
New Jersey 3 Runyan, Jon (R) YES
Illinois 17 Schilling, Bobby (R) YES
Arizona 5 Schweikert, David (R) NO
Georgia 8 Scott, Austin (R) NO
South Carolina 1 Scott, Tim (R) NO
Florida 2 Southerland, Steve (R) NO
Ohio 15 Stivers, Steve (R) Yes
Colorado 3 Tipton, Scott (R) NO
Michigan 7 Walberg, Tim (R) YES
Illinois 8 Walsh, Joe (R) NO
Florida 8 Webster, Daniel (R) YES
Florida 22 West, Allen (R) YES
Arkansas 3 Womack, Steve (R) YES
Georgia 7 Woodall, Rob (R) YES
Kansas 3 Yoder, Kevin (R) NO
Indiana 9 Young, Todd (R) YES
Here are the totals: 85 TOTAL VOTES
So much for the much vaunted "class of 2010".
Thanks for posting. Bookmark.
The only reason I’m still a Republican after this debacle is to primary any $%@*&^% that crosses us......... The only reason.
Thanks for the info. :-)