November 2, 2010 Take Out The Trash Day (Repost)

“A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within.” – Cicero

Congress has forgotten they were sent to Washington to represent the People, not to control them.

The Democrat Party has always been the party of slavery, sedition, subversion, socialism and surrender. Their current political strategy is to win on “razor thin margins.” They plan a narrow victory on every unpopular bill as a means of providing “cover” for party members during upcoming elections, and strive to find, at minimum, one Republican who will cross party lines to vote for their agenda in order to claim “bi-partisanship.”

The left-leaning Republicans who run on the GOP ticket but vote for the liberal agenda are as culpable as the Democrats in committing treason by attempting to usurp the People’s rights through passage of unconstitutional legislation.

The 111th Congress enacts incomprehensible bills that no one reads which indebt us to out of control spending, excessive taxation, and the loss of individual liberties while the federal government grows exponentially.

We’ve held teaparties and protests drawing hundreds of thousands, phoned, emailed and faxed, but our Representatives still ignore the will of the People.

It is time We the People stand up and remind Congress who we are and that we will no longer stand idly by while they legislate our freedoms from us in the dark of night. We WILL hold them accountable for their actions.

All members of the House of Representatives and a select number of Senators are up for re-election in 2010. It’s time to clean both legislative houses, and we begin in 2010 and continue until we have Representatives who represent the will of the People. Those members who want to violate our constitutional rights must be removed from office!

Roll call votes and a list of Senators up for re-election in 2010 are listed below. It’s time to take back our country and preserve the freedoms our Founding Fathers worked so hard to win for future generations.

Emergency Economic Stabilization Act (TARP)
House of Representatives – Roll Call
Senate – Roll Call

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Stimulus)
House of Representatives – Roll Call
Senate – Roll Call

American Clean Energy and Security Act (Cap & Trade)
House of Representatives – Roll Call

Affordable Health Care for America Act (HR 3962)
House of Representatives – Roll Call

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (HR 3590)
Senate – Roll Call (Cloture to end debate on Manager’s Amend)
Senate – Roll Call (Final Passage)

Representatives Up For Re-Election in 2010
All Representatives

Senators Up For Re-Election in 2010
Retiring Senators
Ted Kaufman (D) of Delaware
Kit Bond (R) of Missouri
Sam Brownback (R) of Kansas
Mel Martinez (R) of Florida
George Voinovich (R) of Ohio

Democratic Incumbents
Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas
Barbara Boxer of California
Michael Bennet of Colorado
Christopher Dodd of Connecticut
Daniel Inouye of Hawaii
Roland Burris of Illinois
Evan Bayh of Indiana
Barbara Mikulski of Maryland
Harry Reid of Nevada
Kirsten Gillibrand of New York
Chuck Schumer of New York
Byron Dorgan of North Dakota
Ron Wyden of Oregon
Patrick Leahy of Vermont
Patty Murray of Washington
Russ Feingold of Wisconsin
Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania

Republican Incumbents
Richard Shelby of Alabama
Lisa Murkowski of Alaska
John McCain of Arizona
Johnny Isakson of Georgia
Mike Crapo of Idaho
Chuck Grassley of Iowa
Jim Bunning of Kentucky
David Vitter of Louisiana
Judd Gregg of New Hampshire
Richard Burr of North Carolina
Tom Coburn of Oklahoma
Jim DeMint of South Carolina
John Thune of South Dakota
Bob Bennett of Utah

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About Liz Blaine

Liz Blaine is a financial analyst, author and freelance writer on finance, economics and politics.

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