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how all senators voted so far

Discussion in 'Activism' started by dab102999, Apr 17, 2013.

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  1. dab102999

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    Thanks for the link. I'll be keeping this in mind. Not really happy with the position of either of our senators on all of the votes.

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  3. dab102999

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    Definatly not happy with mine either but also was not surprised..seen that part comming. I have let it be known where my vote will fall next time around and also let others know that even if i cant vote for them their name will always be remembered if i ever have a chance to vote for them. Or against them.
     
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    Only a very few Rs voted YEA on any of the S.649 amendments.

    We owe a GREAT vote of thanks to the Democrats that vote NO against those.
     
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    hso - I'm still of the opinion that a particular Senator from Virginia who is up for re-election in 2014 was only voted the way he did to save his political hide. I'll still send him a thank you note. His early tweets and comments led many a Virginia Gentleman to believe that we were about to be seriously misrepresented...
     
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    +1 Me either.
     
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    isnt that the way its suppose to be? the rep votes (within the law) the way his constituants want. he represents you, not himself.
     
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    One thing positive that came from the scare of new gun legislation is that I am a lot more involved and aware of the legislative process.

    This year I became a life member of the NRA and have been following state and federal bills, I have been emailing my representatives each time a bill comes up for voting. The nra-ila with their emails have alerts and links the email your representatives have been helpful.

    Now I know where my representatives stand on gun issues and I will vote accordingly in the next elections.
     
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    Good on you. Keep it up, we can't ever put our blinders back on.
     
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    Actually, Jerry - No. The Representative should have the moral compass to stand up to the oath he swore. We are not a "democracy" - we are a Constitutional Republic.
     
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