POLITICS: Justice Deparment Asks Judge to Block Immigration law, # CAIR asks CIA/ NEW YORK POLICE RELATIONSHIP BE INVESTIGATED

August 25, 2011


**FILE** Rep. Tim Scott, South Carolina Republican (Associated Press) 

Rep. Scott: Proud of Obama, but he’s failed

By David Eldridge – The Washington Times


Freshman Rep. Tim Scott on Thursday said that, as a black American, he’s proud of President Obama’s accomplishments, but that Mr. Obama is failing as a leader.


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Labor chief: Obama should focus on jobs, not cutting the deficit

Irene is pounding the Bahamas as a Category 3 hurricane. (AP)Irene is pounding the Bahamas as a Category 3 hurricane. (AP) 

As storm churns north, Maryland, Virginia declare states of emergency

Michael E. Ruane and William Branigin 2:31 PM ET

The threat of flooding, heavy rain and wind looms as the Category 3 storm moves toward the Mid-Atlantic.


Liberals’ Wisconsin Waterloo

Liberals’ Wisconsin Waterloo

George F. Will

Voters rejected progressives’ attempts to halt Gov. Scott Walker’s reforms.

Kevin Bogardus - 08/25/11 11:25 AM ET

Richard Trumka vents his frustration with Obama’s jobs agenda, says it could cost president labor votes.…


Related: Jobless claims climb to 417,000 

Opinion: Rep. Dingell: Nothing more important than creating jobs

House GOP lawmakers worry voters’ anger over economy could sting them

Alexander Bolton - 08/25/11 05:30 AM ET

“Being an incumbent in either chamber in either party is an unpopular brand,” said Rep. Timothy Johnson (R-Ill.).…
Dem lawmaker: Obama’s ‘stupidest thing’ was promising more job growth

Justin Sink - 08/25/11 12:39 PM ET

The promise that the stimulus would bring unemployment below 8 percent was the administration’s big mistake, Rep. Yarmuth said.…
Perry: Romney realizing Massachusetts healthcare law is ‘huge problem for him’

Michael O’Brien - 08/25/11 11:01 AM ET

Perry assailed the law for its similarities to President Obama’s reform law, which the governor called a “total debacle.”…

Related: Perry eclipses Romney as front-runner in new poll

Related: Texas Sen. Hutchison will back GOP nominee — even Perry

Sanders looks to expand payroll tax

Bernie Becker - 08/25/11 02:04 PM ET

Sen. Bernie Sanders will introduce legislation to make individual income higher than $250,000 per year subject to the payroll tax.…
Special Feature
50 Most Beautiful People for 2011

The Hill presents the eighth annual 50 Most Beautiful list, the premier ranking of style, pizzazz and looks in Washington.

Conservative group gives GOP leaders low marks, citing debt-ceiling vote

Erik Wasson - 08/25/11 11:40 AM ET

Heritage Action released its legislative scorecard on Thursday and barely gave House leaders like Rep. Eric Cantor a passing grade.…
Possible Giffords opponent questions her readiness to run for reelection

Cameron Joseph - 08/25/11 11:05 AM ET

Arizona state Sen. Frank Antenori questioned Giffords’s fitness to run and criticized her staff for blocking press access to her.…
Romney’s comments suggest shifting stance on climate change science

Justin Sink - 08/25/11 10:52 AM ET

GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney said on Wednesday that he didn’t know if global warming was “mostly caused by humans.”…
Oil industry group’s ads target Obama on Gulf drilling in key battleground states

Ben Geman - 08/25/11 08:42 AM ET

The group launched ads Thursday claiming the administration’s Gulf drilling policies are hurting the economy.…

Related: Feinberg: Gulf claims process ‘succeeded’

Capitol Hill prepares for Hurricane Irene

Debbie Siegelbaum

08/25/11 02:23 PM ET

Precautions are being taken around the Capitol complex in anticipation of Hurricane Irene, expected to make landfall sometime this weekend.…
US diplomat calls on Gadhafi loyalists to ‘lay down their arms’

John T. Bennett

08/25/11 02:51 PM ET

Deputy Secretary of State William Burns said Libya’s future “is far from guaranteed” despite the gains made by rebel forces.…

Related: Rebel forces say they have Gadhafi pinned down

Advocates for disabled urge feds to reject cuts to California Medicaid

Julian Pecquet

08/25/11 12:50 PM ET

Advocates say Medicaid cuts would be particularly harmful to people with disabilities, who would lose access to critical services.…
Greens: Approval of oil pipeline could hurt Obama in 2012

Andrew Restuccia

08/25/11 12:16 PM ET

Environmental groups are ratcheting up political pressure on President Obama to reject a proposed oil pipeline.…
Majority of NJ voters say Obama doesn’t deserve reelection

Justin Sink

08/25/11 10:02 AM ET

The poll is a troubling sign for the president, since New Jersey has traditionally been a stronghold for Democrats.…
Cheney: Memoir will have ‘heads exploding all over Washington’

Justin Sink

08/25/11 07:22 AM ET

Cheney’s soon-to-be-released memoir reveals he signed a secret letter of resignation and urged Bush to bomb a Syrian nuclear site.…
Rove: Palin showing ‘enormous thin skin’

Daniel Strauss

08/25/11 07:52 AM ET

The GOP strategist fired back at Palin after her team mocked political pundits for speculating on her possible presidential bid.…

Is Rick Perry a Dope?

by Roger L Simon

I rather doubt it — and if I were David Axelrod, I would be up late at night poring over a new Kindle publication, “Rick Perry and His Eggheads.”

Through the diplomatic intervention of the U.S. Ambassador to France, Charles Rivkin (Judenrat?), Muslim youth are being recruited by American politicians and business leaders to be groomed for high-ranking positions in France, the U.S., and elsewhere.


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Posted: August 24, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Islamization of the West | 16 Comments »

Some of the individuals recruited spend time in the United States, learning the American economic system. The ultimate goal of Rivkin and his superiors is to pave the way for Muslims to become political leaders of France, the country they foresee as being one day Islamized, with a mixture of races and ethnicities, and with an entirely new and alien culture, an entirely new cultural and physiological DNA.

GALLIA WATCH (H/T SUSAN K) They perceive entities such as the right wing Front National and the Bloc Identitaire and individuals such as Marine Le Pen as being obstacles that must be carefully watched, lest they become too powerful.

The latest chapter in this strange Franco-American alliance focuses on “culture” or what passes for such in today’s world, and an attempt to change attitudes. From September 7 – 17, the 6th Festival of Cultures of Islam will be held in Paris and New York. The website called Institut des Cultures d’Islam (ICI) has all the details.

Since Ramadan this year takes place in August, the festival called “les veillées du Ramadan” will be transformed into the Festival of Cultures of Islam and will extend, in September, into ten days of concerts, discussions. While the September 11 commemorations are in full swing throughout the world, the Institute of Cultures of Islam proposes, for this festival, to simplify the question of what it means to be Muslim today in the United States. This festival has been organized through a partnership between the City of Paris, the United States Embassy in France and Harvard University.

First, two different festivals this year coincide. Paris has its “veillées du Ramadan” (roughly translated as “Ramadan nights”) which will overlap with this other Festival of Cultures of Islam which in turn will go on for ten extra days. But the main thing is that this festival wants to change the way we perceive 9/11, hence the way we treat Muslims.

In order to examine the image of Muslims in Hollywood, before and after September 11, two evenings are being offered: Yallawood Night, a kitsch-oriental night focussing on disparate images of the Muslim world, with a performance by Selecta Pacha; and Real Bad Arabs (Hollywood and the Arabs) by Jack Shaheen, a shocking documentary that centers on one question: why is the Muslim necessarily the bad guy in American productions?

In partnership with the Théâtre de la Ville (in Paris), a performance of the play 11 septembre 2001, by Michel Vinaver, will be transmitted live from the theater to the courtyard of the ICI. Along with this, the Théâtre de la Ville will host Here is New York, an exposition of snapshots taken by New Yorkers the week following the attacks and showing the continuation of daily life despite the drama.

Muslim sleazoid, Sharif el Gamal, director of Park51 (Ground Zero Victory Mosque), the future Islamic community center near Ground Zero, will also be present for an extraordinary evening of discussions. A book club, a great American tradition of sharing books, will be hosted by Anissa Bouzine, beginning with the works of (Pro-Hamas) Edward Saïd up to the present time, and will center on the image of Muslims in American literature.

The article then moves on to another aspect of the festival: Islam and the City that continues until December. This art and photo exposition will include portraits of Muslims by Andres Serrano of Piss Christ fame, and photos of the five boroughs of New York where there are Muslim communities.

The last paragraph repeats the main goal of the festival: To use the arts as a way of speaking differently of September 11, of speaking differently of Islam, of speaking differently of the United States.

A reminder that this schlock is sponsored by the American Embassy and Harvard University! This means that the American government and its agents such as Harvard are attempting to revise history, re-program mentalities and whitewash the devastating truth about 9/11, all in the name of “anti-racism”. The day is not far off when anyone who speaks harshly of the attacks will be branded a racist, and summarily silenced.

The tenth anniversary of 9/11 is a few days away. In ten years we have wasted incalculable time and energy refusing to acknowledge the real danger of Islam, fighting useless wars in Afghanistan, and indoctrinating the populations of America and Europe. We are not advancing. We are regressing economically, educationally, culturally, psychologically and spiritually. This time lost will never be regained. The sanity lost shows no sign of reviving. Now, we are rushing headlong into the endgame, eager to get it over with, eager to submit wholly and definitively to Islam, its agents and abetters, eager to commit definitively the act of cultural suicide that will put us out of our self-imposed misery. Anything, even death, is better than facing reality.

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With Glenn Beck by the Temple’s Walls

by Barry Rubin

AP covers Beck’s visit to Jerusalem like a Soviet newspaper under Stalin talking about Trotsky.

Exposing Hizballah’s Front Groups

by Phillip Smyth

How Islamists use deception to protect their funders.

Flailing Obama in the Black Community

by Mychal Massie

Tavis Smiley and Cornel West launch a “Poverty Tour” that criticizes the president in harsh terms.

CAIR demands investigation of NYPD-CIA ‘Secret’ Program that spies on muslim neighborhoods for potential terrorists

Posted: August 24, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: EnemyWithin-American | 22 Comments »

OMG! Spying on areas where muslim terrorists are most likely to be found. Unthinkable! Terrorist Front Group CAIR is livid that the NYPD has been spying on New York muslims with the help of the CIA, dispatching covert “mosque crawlers” and infiltrating bookstores and cafes in muslim neighborhoods.

CAIR’s poster that warns Muslims NOT to help law enforcement 

New York and New Jersey chapters of the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-NY/CAIR-NJ) will hold a news conference in Manhattan to call on the Department of Justice to open an investigation into allegations that the New York Police Department (NYPD) is conducting a massive covert program to monitor the Muslim communities in those states. Exposed this morning in a major media report, the NYPD spy program is allegedly being conducted with the assistance of individuals linked to the CIA.

NY DAILY NEWS The story revealed the existence of what the NYPD intelligence division calls the Demographic Unit, a secret anti-terror operation that blurs the line between foreign and domestic spying and stretches legal limits on racial profiling.

The story says sermons in mosques were regularly monitored even where there was no suggestion of wrongdoing, and that a “human mapping” operation gathers intel on the city’s cabbies and Halal food cart operators. (Halal food operators get more violations for filth than any other vendors in the city)

FBI agents in New York were ordered by their bosses not to accept reports from the NYPD’s “mosque crawlers” because they might be violating the constitutionally protected freedom of religion, the story said.
Neither the City Council nor the federal government are fully aware of the secret unit’s operations, the story said.

The AP story exposes a familiar battle between civil liberties and security, but raises an important question: who gets to decide what the right balance is?

NYPD Deputy Commissioner Paul Browne blasted the AP story, saying it was “marked by outright fiction.” He insisted there are no “mosque crawlers” and that the term was made up. “Even a piece driven by NYPD critics shows that we’re doing all we reasonably can to stop terrorists from killing even more New Yorkers,” Browne said.

He said there have been at least 13 major MUSLIM plots against New York since 9/11 and pointed to seven cases where information from the NYPD’s Intelligence Unit helped arrest would-be MUSLIM terrorists.

“We commit over a thousand officers to the fight every day to stop terrorists who’ve demonstrated an undiminished appetite to come back and kill more New Yorkers,” Browne said. “We don’t apologize for it and we’re not deterred by petty jealousies that success sometimes breeds.

The AP said its expose was based on months of reporting and interviews with more than 40 current and former cops and feds. It says the program to infiltrate Muslim communities was started by CIA veteran David Cohen, who was tapped in 2002 by Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, who thought 9/11 proved the NYPD couldn’t rely on the feds to protect the city from terrorists. Cohen created a mini-CIA inside the NYPD, with spies and analysts and an international scope.

The NYPD has a big advantage over the CIA: a diverse pool of officers who could pass in any community in the city. Undercover officers called “rakers” went to hang out in bookstores, hookah bars and cafes, the AP said – an allegation the NYPD fiercely denied.

The story also said officers were sent into Pakistani neighborhoods to look for minor reasons to stop cars – speeding, broken tail lights, running stop signs – so they could look for outstanding warrants or any suspicious behavior. Arrests for even minor crimes could become leverage to persuade someone to become an informant.

“When someone is arrested who might be useful to the intelligence unit – whether because he said something suspicious or because he is simply a young Middle Eastern man – he is singled out for extra questioning,” the story said.

Muslim ASSLIFTERS fouling the streets of NYC 

“Intelligence officials don’t care about the underlying charges; they want to know more about his community and, ideally, they want to put him to work.” Early on, police asked the taxi commission to search reports on all the city’s Pakistani cab drivers, looking for those who might be pressured to cooperate.

MANHATTAN 42nd St. & Madison Ave. praying for the deaths of all non-believers 

The intelligence division cops operate far outside New York city limits – investigating people in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts, officials said – often rubbing the FBI the wrong way.

This is the kind of muslim filth we New Yorkers are forced to endure in our streets:

Muslim barbarians took to the streets of New York City, calling for the annihilation of the Jewish State. Take note of the praying Muslims, the “Al Quds” hat (al Quds is the Islamic supremacist name for Jerusalem), signs calling for the Third Intifada, the kids at the front of the march, and the Jewish Blood Libel on two of the protest signs.

Muslim children learning Jew-hatred early on 

Jewish blood libel by muslims 

The Muslims want all of Israel — 56 countries and Europe aren’t enough. 

From the River to the Sea = Destruction of Israel 

Black Flag of Jihad 

Al Aqsa mosque, the Islamic supremacist mosque build on top of the holiest site to the Jewish people, the first and second temples. 

Zionism = Racism (I wish it did) 

Calling for a Third Intifada on Israel 

Flag of terrorist group Hezbollah 

Flag of terrorist group Hamas 

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Perry woos K St. and Wall St.

Rick Perry speaks speaks at a business roundtable at Resonetics Laser Micromanufacturing in New Hampshire. | Reuters

CANADA: Muslim author beaten unconscious by fellow Muslims for his controversial book

Posted: August 24, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Religion of Hate | 26 Comments »

Although being brought up in a Muslim household, Author Paris Dipersico questions the very existence of God and says: “Islam is a religion of ‘peace’ and Muslims will kill you to prove it.”

Wire Service Canada (H/T TROP) Author Paris Dipersico has been discharged from Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital after he was dragged into a forest and beaten unconscious by two Muslim male assailants Wednesday morning. Police said the victim’s hands were bound and Det. Sgt. Anthony Odoardi said they are confident the attack was targeted due to the controversial nature of his book Wake Up Call.

Co-author Gabrielle Dipersico’s home was broken into just a day after the assault and they have received death threats by Muslim extremists for insulting Islam. The Police are currently conducting an investigation along with a safety plan for the authors. Wake Up Call has angered several religious groups, family members and it was rejected by over a dozen publishers for being “extremely controversial” and “inflammatory.” Religion, a stigma, something people are afraid to discuss is what the writer has dared to take up and thrashed it down. It brings up issues we all have at one point in time.

77% of Democrats and one Republican voted AGAINST Rules Of Engagement that would protect our troops

Posted: August 24, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Military stories | 16 Comments »

No surprise, Ron Paul voted AGAINST this amendment that would save lives.

H.Amdt. 318: An amendment numbered 38 printed in House… to H.R. 1540: National Defense Authorization Act… (Vote On Amendment)

Amendment requires that the rules of engagement [ROE] allow any military service personnel assigned to duty in a designated hostile fire area to have rules of engagement that fully protect their right to proactively defend themselves from hostile actions.

The results? (tallied here):

143 out of 185 Democrats present — 77% — voted against this amendment; 217 out of 235 Republicans present — 92% — voted for it. As for the two Republicans in Congress running who are Presidential candidates, Michele Bachmann voted for the amendment; Ron Paul against it. How did your representative vote?

American Thinker H/T Sheik Yermani

Vote Overview

Totals Democrats Republicans Independents All Votes
Needed To Win
Aye: 260 (60%)
43 217 0
No: 160 (37%) 142 18 0
Present: 0 (0%) 0 0 0
Not Voting: 11 (3%) 7 4 0
Required: Simple Majority of 420 votes (=211 votes) 

(Vacancies in Congress will affect vote totals.)

More information: Aye versus Yea Explained

Vote Details


Standard Projection

Cartograms give an equal area in an image to an equal number of votes by distorting the image. Senate vote cartograms are shown with each state stretched or shrunk so that the states each take up an equal area because each state has two votes. For House votes, it is each congressional district which is stretched or shrunk.




Aye AL-1 Bonner, Jo [R]
Aye AL-2 Roby, Martha [R]
Aye AL-3 Rogers, Michael [R]
Aye AL-4 Aderholt, Robert [R]
Aye AL-5 Brooks, Mo [R]
Aye AL-6 Bachus, Spencer [R]
No AL-7 Sewell, Terri [D]
Aye AK-0 Young, Donald [R]
Aye AZ-1 Gosar, Paul [R]
Aye AZ-2 Franks, Trent [R]
Aye AZ-3 Quayle, Ben [R]
No AZ-4 Pastor, Edward [D]
Aye AZ-5 Schweikert, David [R]
Not Voting AZ-6 Flake, Jeff [R]
No AZ-7 Grijalva, Raul [D]
Not Voting AZ-8 Giffords, Gabrielle [D]
Aye AR-1 Crawford, Rick [R]
Aye AR-2 Griffin, Tim [R]
Aye AR-3 Womack, Steve [R]
Aye AR-4 Ross, Mike [D]
No CA-1 Thompson, C. [D]
Aye CA-2 Herger, Walter [R]
Aye CA-3 Lungren, Daniel [R]
Aye CA-4 McClintock, Tom [R]
No CA-5 Matsui, Doris [D]
No CA-6 Woolsey, Lynn [D]
No CA-7 Miller, George [D]
No CA-8 Pelosi, Nancy [D]
No CA-9 Lee, Barbara [D]
No CA-10 Garamendi, John [D]
No CA-11 McNerney, Jerry [D]
No CA-12 Speier, Jackie [D]
No CA-13 Stark, Fortney [D]
No CA-14 Eshoo, Anna [D]
No CA-15 Honda, Michael [D]
No CA-16 Lofgren, Zoe [D]
No CA-17 Farr, Sam [D]
No CA-18 Cardoza, Dennis [D]
Aye CA-19 Denham, Jeff [R]
Aye CA-20 Costa, Jim [D]
Aye CA-21 Nunes, Devin [R]
Aye CA-22 McCarthy, Kevin [R]
No CA-23 Capps, Lois [D]
Aye CA-24 Gallegly, Elton [R]
No CA-25 McKeon, Howard [R]
Aye CA-26 Dreier, David [R]
No CA-27 Sherman, Brad [D]
No CA-28 Berman, Howard [D]
No CA-29 Schiff, Adam [D]
No CA-30 Waxman, Henry [D]
No CA-31 Becerra, Xavier [D]
No CA-32 Chu, Judy [D]
No CA-33 Bass, Karen [D]
No CA-34 Roybal-Allard, Lucille [D]
No CA-35 Waters, Maxine [D]
No CA-37 Richardson, Laura [D]
No CA-38 Napolitano, Grace [D]
No CA-39 Sanchez, Linda [D]
Aye CA-40 Royce, Edward [R]
Aye CA-41 Lewis, Jerry [R]
Aye CA-42 Miller, Gary [R]
No CA-43 Baca, Joe [D]
Aye CA-44 Calvert, Ken [R]
Aye CA-45 Bono Mack, Mary [R]
Aye CA-46 Rohrabacher, Dana [R]
No CA-47 Sanchez, Loretta [D]
Aye CA-48 Campbell, John [R]
Aye CA-49 Issa, Darrell [R]
Aye CA-50 Bilbray, Brian [R]
Not Voting CA-51 Filner, Bob [D]
Aye CA-52 Hunter, Duncan [R]
No CA-53 Davis, Susan [D]
No CO-1 DeGette, Diana [D]
No CO-2 Polis, Jared [D]
Aye CO-3 Tipton, Scott [R]
Aye CO-4 Gardner, Cory [R]
Aye CO-5 Lamborn, Doug [R]
Aye CO-6 Coffman, Mike [R]
No CO-7 Perlmutter, Ed [D]
No CT-1 Larson, John [D]
No CT-2 Courtney, Joe [D]
No CT-3 DeLauro, Rosa [D]
No CT-4 Himes, James [D]
No CT-5 Murphy, Christopher [D]
No DE-0 Carney, John [D]
Aye FL-1 Miller, Jeff [R]
Aye FL-2 Southerland, Steve [R]
No FL-3 Brown, Corrine [D]
No FL-4 Crenshaw, Ander [R]
Aye FL-5 Nugent, Richard [R]
Aye FL-6 Stearns, Clifford [R]
Aye FL-7 Mica, John [R]
No FL-8 Webster, Daniel [R]
Aye FL-9 Bilirakis, Gus [R]
Aye FL-10 Young, C. W. [R]
No FL-11 Castor, Kathy [D]
Aye FL-12 Ross, Dennis [R]
Aye FL-13 Buchanan, Vern [R]
Aye FL-14 Mack, Connie [R]
Aye FL-15 Posey, Bill [R]
Aye FL-16 Rooney, Thomas [R]
No FL-17 Wilson, Frederica [D]
Aye FL-18 Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana [R]
No FL-19 Deutch, Ted [D]
No FL-20 Wasserman Schultz, Debbie [D]
Aye FL-21 Diaz-Balart, Mario [R]
Aye FL-22 West, Allen [R]
No FL-23 Hastings, Alcee [D]
Aye FL-24 Adams, Sandy [R]
Aye FL-25 Rivera, David [R]
Aye GA-1 Kingston, Jack [R]
Aye GA-2 Bishop, Sanford [D]
Aye GA-3 Westmoreland, Lynn [R]
No GA-4 Johnson, Henry [D]
No GA-5 Lewis, John [D]
Aye GA-6 Price, Tom [R]
Aye GA-7 Woodall, Rob [R]
Aye GA-8 Scott, Austin [R]
Aye GA-9 Graves, Tom [R]
Aye GA-10 Broun, Paul [R]
Aye GA-11 Gingrey, John [R]
Aye GA-12 Barrow, John [D]
No GA-13 Scott, David [D]
No HI-1 Hanabusa, Colleen [D]
No HI-2 Hirono, Mazie [D]
Aye ID-1 Labrador, Raúl [R]
Aye ID-2 Simpson, Michael [R]
No IL-1 Rush, Bobby [D]
Not Voting IL-2 Jackson, Jesse [D]
Aye IL-3 Lipinski, Daniel [D]
No IL-4 Gutierrez, Luis [D]
No IL-5 Quigley, Mike [D]
Aye IL-6 Roskam, Peter [R]
No IL-7 Davis, Danny [D]
Aye IL-8 Walsh, Joe [R]
No IL-9 Schakowsky, Janice [D]
No IL-10 Dold, Bob [R]
No IL-11 Kinzinger, Adam [R]
Aye IL-12 Costello, Jerry [D]
Aye IL-13 Biggert, Judy [R]
Aye IL-14 Hultgren, Randy [R]
Aye IL-15 Johnson, Timothy [R]
Aye IL-16 Manzullo, Donald [R]
Aye IL-17 Schilling, Robert [R]
Aye IL-18 Schock, Aaron [R]
Aye IL-19 Shimkus, John [R]
No IN-1 Visclosky, Peter [D]
Aye IN-2 Donnelly, Joe [D]
Aye IN-3 Stutzman, Marlin [R]
Aye IN-4 Rokita, Todd [R]
Aye IN-5 Burton, Dan [R]
Aye IN-6 Pence, Mike [R]
No IN-7 Carson, André [D]
Aye IN-8 Bucshon, Larry [R]
Aye IN-9 Young, Todd [R]
No IA-1 Braley, Bruce [D]
Aye IA-2 Loebsack, David [D]
Aye IA-3 Boswell, Leonard [D]
Aye IA-4 Latham, Thomas [R]
Aye IA-5 King, Steve [R]
Aye KS-1 Huelskamp, Tim [R]
Aye KS-2 Jenkins, Lynn [R]
Aye KS-3 Yoder, Kevin [R]
Aye KS-4 Pompeo, Mike [R]
Aye KY-1 Whitfield, Edward [R]
Aye KY-2 Guthrie, Brett [R]
No KY-3 Yarmuth, John [D]
Aye KY-4 Davis, Geoff [R]
Aye KY-5 Rogers, Harold [R]
Aye KY-6 Chandler, Ben [D]
Aye LA-1 Scalise, Steve [R]
No LA-2 Richmond, Cedric [D]
Aye LA-3 Landry, Jeff [R]
No LA-4 Fleming, John [R]
Aye LA-5 Alexander, Rodney [R]
Aye LA-6 Cassidy, Bill [R]
Not Voting LA-7 Boustany, Charles [R]
No ME-1 Pingree, Chellie [D]
Aye ME-2 Michaud, Michael [D]
Aye MD-1 Harris, Andy [R]
Aye MD-2 Ruppersberger, C.A. [D]
No MD-3 Sarbanes, John [D]
No MD-4 Edwards, Donna [D]
No MD-5 Hoyer, Steny [D]
Aye MD-6 Bartlett, Roscoe [R]
No MD-7 Cummings, Elijah [D]
No MD-8 Van Hollen, Christopher [D]
Not Voting MA-1 Olver, John [D]
Aye MA-2 Neal, Richard [D]
No MA-3 McGovern, James [D]
No MA-4 Frank, Barney [D]
No MA-5 Tsongas, Niki [D]
Aye MA-6 Tierney, John [D]
No MA-7 Markey, Edward [D]
No MA-8 Capuano, Michael [D]
Aye MA-9 Lynch, Stephen [D]
Aye MA-10 Keating, William [D]
Aye MI-1 Benishek, Dan [R]
Aye MI-2 Huizenga, Bill [R]
Aye MI-3 Amash, Justin [R]
Aye MI-4 Camp, David [R]
No MI-5 Kildee, Dale [D]
Aye MI-6 Upton, Frederick [R]
Aye MI-7 Walberg, Timothy [R]
Aye MI-8 Rogers, Michael [R]
No MI-9 Peters, Gary [D]
Aye MI-10 Miller, Candice [R]
Aye MI-11 McCotter, Thaddeus [R]
No MI-12 Levin, Sander [D]
No MI-13 Clarke, Hansen [D]
No MI-14 Conyers, John [D]
Not Voting MI-15 Dingell, John [D]
No MN-1 Walz, Timothy [D]
Aye MN-2 Kline, John [R]
Aye MN-3 Paulsen, Erik [R]
No MN-4 McCollum, Betty [D]
No MN-5 Ellison, Keith [D]
Aye MN-6 Bachmann, Michele [R]
Aye MN-7 Peterson, Collin [D]
Aye MN-8 Cravaack, Chip [R]
Aye MS-1 Nunnelee, Alan [R]
No MS-2 Thompson, Bennie [D]
Aye MS-3 Harper, Gregg [R]
Aye MS-4 Palazzo, Steven [R]
No MO-1 Clay, William [D]
Aye MO-2 Akin, W. [R]
No MO-3 Carnahan, Russ [D]
Aye MO-4 Hartzler, Vicky [R]
No MO-5 Cleaver, Emanuel [D]
Aye MO-6 Graves, Samuel [R]
Not Voting MO-7 Long, Billy [R]
Aye MO-8 Emerson, Jo Ann [R]
Aye MO-9 Luetkemeyer, Blaine [R]
Aye MT-0 Rehberg, Dennis [R]
Aye NE-1 Fortenberry, Jeffrey [R]
Aye NE-2 Terry, Lee [R]
Aye NE-3 Smith, Adrian [R]
Aye NV-1 Berkley, Shelley [D]
No NV-3 Heck, Joe [R]
New Hampshire
Aye NH-1 Guinta, Frank [R]
Aye NH-2 Bass, Charles [R]
New Jersey
No NJ-1 Andrews, Robert [D]
Aye NJ-2 LoBiondo, Frank [R]
Aye NJ-3 Runyan, Jon [R]
Aye NJ-4 Smith, Christopher [R]
Aye NJ-5 Garrett, Scott [R]
No NJ-6 Pallone, Frank [D]
Aye NJ-7 Lance, Leonard [R]
No NJ-8 Pascrell, William [D]
No NJ-9 Rothman, Steven [D]
Not Voting NJ-10 Payne, Donald [D]
No NJ-11 Frelinghuysen, Rodney [R]
No NJ-12 Holt, Rush [D]
No NJ-13 Sires, Albio [D]
New Mexico
Aye NM-1 Heinrich, Martin [D]
Aye NM-2 Pearce, Steven [R]
No NM-3 Lujan, Ben [D]
New York
No NY-1 Bishop, Timothy [D]
No NY-2 Israel, Steve [D]
Aye NY-3 King, Peter [R]
Not Voting NY-4 McCarthy, Carolyn [D]
No NY-5 Ackerman, Gary [D]
No NY-6 Meeks, Gregory [D]
Aye NY-7 Crowley, Joseph [D]
No NY-8 Nadler, Jerrold [D]
No NY-9 Weiner, Anthony [D]
No NY-10 Towns, Edolphus [D]
No NY-11 Clarke, Yvette [D]
No NY-12 Velazquez, Nydia [D]
Aye NY-13 Grimm, Michael [R]
No NY-14 Maloney, Carolyn [D]
No NY-15 Rangel, Charles [D]
No NY-16 Serrano, José [D]
Aye NY-17 Engel, Eliot [D]
No NY-18 Lowey, Nita [D]
Aye NY-19 Hayworth, Nan [R]
Aye NY-20 Gibson, Chris [R]
No NY-21 Tonko, Paul [D]
No NY-22 Hinchey, Maurice [D]
No NY-23 Owens, William [D]
Aye NY-24 Hanna, Richard [R]
Aye NY-25 Buerkle, Ann Marie [R]
No NY-27 Higgins, Brian [D]
No NY-28 Slaughter, Louise [D]
Aye NY-29 Reed, Tom [R]
North Carolina
No NC-1 Butterfield, George [D]
Aye NC-2 Ellmers, Renee [R]
Aye NC-3 Jones, Walter [R]
No NC-4 Price, David [D]
Aye NC-5 Foxx, Virginia [R]
Aye NC-6 Coble, Howard [R]
Aye NC-7 McIntyre, Mike [D]
Aye NC-8 Kissell, Larry [D]
Aye NC-9 Myrick, Sue [R]
Aye NC-10 McHenry, Patrick [R]
Aye NC-11 Shuler, Heath [D]
No NC-12 Watt, Melvin [D]
No NC-13 Miller, R. [D]
North Dakota
No ND-0 Berg, Rick [R]
Aye OH-1 Chabot, Steven [R]
Aye OH-2 Schmidt, Jean [R]
No OH-3 Turner, Michael [R]
Aye OH-4 Jordan, Jim [R]
Aye OH-5 Latta, Robert [R]
Aye OH-6 Johnson, Bill [R]
Aye OH-7 Austria, Steve [R]
Aye OH-9 Kaptur, Marcy [D]
No OH-10 Kucinich, Dennis [D]
No OH-11 Fudge, Marcia [D]
Aye OH-12 Tiberi, Patrick [R]
No OH-13 Sutton, Betty [D]
Aye OH-14 LaTourette, Steven [R]
Aye OH-15 Stivers, Steve [R]
Aye OH-16 Renacci, Jim [R]
Aye OH-17 Ryan, Timothy [D]
Aye OH-18 Gibbs, Bob [R]
Aye OK-1 Sullivan, John [R]
Aye OK-2 Boren, Dan [D]
Aye OK-3 Lucas, Frank [R]
Aye OK-4 Cole, Tom [R]
Aye OK-5 Lankford, James [R]
Aye OR-1 Wu, David [D]
Aye OR-2 Walden, Greg [R]
No OR-3 Blumenauer, Earl [D]
Aye OR-4 DeFazio, Peter [D]
Aye OR-5 Schrader, Kurt [D]
No PA-1 Brady, Robert [D]
No PA-2 Fattah, Chaka [D]
Aye PA-3 Kelly, Mike [R]
Aye PA-4 Altmire, Jason [D]
Aye PA-5 Thompson, Glenn [R]
Aye PA-6 Gerlach, Jim [R]
Aye PA-7 Meehan, Patrick [R]
Aye PA-8 Fitzpatrick, Michael [R]
Aye PA-9 Shuster, William [R]
Aye PA-10 Marino, Thomas [R]
Aye PA-11 Barletta, Lou [R]
Aye PA-12 Critz, Mark [D]
No PA-13 Schwartz, Allyson [D]
No PA-14 Doyle, Michael [D]
Aye PA-15 Dent, Charles [R]
Aye PA-16 Pitts, Joseph [R]
Aye PA-17 Holden, Tim [D]
Aye PA-18 Murphy, Tim [R]
Aye PA-19 Platts, Todd [R]
Rhode Island
No RI-1 Cicilline, David [D]
Aye RI-2 Langevin, James [D]
South Carolina
Aye SC-1 Scott, Tim [R]
Aye SC-2 Wilson, Addison [R]
Aye SC-3 Duncan, Jeff [R]
Aye SC-4 Gowdy, Trey [R]
Aye SC-5 Mulvaney, Mick [R]
No SC-6 Clyburn, James [D]
South Dakota
Aye SD-0 Noem, Kristi [R]
Aye TN-1 Roe, Phil [R]
Aye TN-2 Duncan, John [R]
Aye TN-3 Fleischmann, Chuck [R]
Aye TN-4 DesJarlais, Scott [R]
Aye TN-5 Cooper, Jim [D]
Aye TN-6 Black, Diane [R]
Aye TN-7 Blackburn, Marsha [R]
Aye TN-8 Fincher, Stephen [R]
No TN-9 Cohen, Steve [D]
Aye TX-1 Gohmert, Louis [R]
Aye TX-2 Poe, Ted [R]
Aye TX-3 Johnson, Samuel [R]
Aye TX-4 Hall, Ralph [R]
Aye TX-5 Hensarling, Jeb [R]
Aye TX-6 Barton, Joe [R]
No TX-7 Culberson, John [R]
Aye TX-8 Brady, Kevin [R]
No TX-9 Green, Al [D]
Aye TX-10 McCaul, Michael [R]
No TX-11 Conaway, K. [R]
Aye TX-12 Granger, Kay [R]
No TX-13 Thornberry, William [R]
No TX-14 Paul, Ronald [R]
No TX-15 Hinojosa, Rubén [D]
No TX-16 Reyes, Silvestre [D]
Aye TX-17 Flores, Bill [R]
No TX-18 Jackson-Lee, Sheila [D]
Aye TX-19 Neugebauer, Randy [R]
No TX-20 Gonzalez, Charles [D]
Aye TX-21 Smith, Lamar [R]
Aye TX-22 Olson, Pete [R]
Aye TX-23 Canseco, Francisco [R]
Aye TX-24 Marchant, Kenny [R]
No TX-25 Doggett, Lloyd [D]
Aye TX-26 Burgess, Michael [R]
Aye TX-27 Farenthold, Blake [R]
Aye TX-28 Cuellar, Henry [D]
Aye TX-29 Green, Raymond [D]
No TX-30 Johnson, Eddie [D]
Aye TX-31 Carter, John [R]
Aye TX-32 Sessions, Peter [R]
Aye UT-1 Bishop, Rob [R]
Aye UT-2 Matheson, Jim [D]
Aye UT-3 Chaffetz, Jason [R]
No VT-0 Welch, Peter [D]
Aye VA-1 Wittman, Rob [R]
Aye VA-2 Rigell, E. [R]
No VA-3 Scott, Robert [D]
Aye VA-4 Forbes, J. [R]
Aye VA-5 Hurt, Robert [R]
Aye VA-6 Goodlatte, Robert [R]
Aye VA-7 Cantor, Eric [R]
No VA-8 Moran, James [D]
Aye VA-9 Griffith, H. [R]
Aye VA-10 Wolf, Frank [R]
Aye VA-11 Connolly, Gerald [D]
Aye WA-1 Inslee, Jay [D]
No WA-2 Larsen, Rick [D]
Aye WA-3 Herrera Beutler, Jaime [R]
Not Voting WA-4 Hastings, Doc [R]
Aye WA-5 McMorris Rodgers, Cathy [R]
Aye WA-6 Dicks, Norman [D]
No WA-7 McDermott, James [D]
Aye WA-8 Reichert, Dave [R]
No WA-9 Smith, Adam [D]
West Virginia
Aye WV-1 McKinley, David [R]
Aye WV-2 Capito, Shelley [R]
Aye WV-3 Rahall, Nick [D]
No WI-1 Ryan, Paul [R]
No WI-2 Baldwin, Tammy [D]
Aye WI-3 Kind, Ronald [D]
No WI-4 Moore, Gwen [D]
No WI-5 Sensenbrenner, F. [R]
No WI-6 Petri, Thomas [R]
No WI-7 Duffy, Sean [R]
Aye WI-8 Ribble, Reid [R]
Aye WY-0 Lummis, Cynthia [R]

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