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Guess Who Voted Against Lobby Reform?

danarhea

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Tom Delay? Of course, but we already knew that crook would. How about Dennis Kucinich, the Democrat who has railed against corruption? Yup, him. He must have some powerful reason to vote against what he has been speaking up for. Could it be money? Me thinks it could be.

The Congressional roll call is here.
 

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danarhea said:
Tom Delay? Of course, but we already knew that crook would. How about Dennis Kucinich, the Democrat who has railed against corruption? Yup, him. He must have some powerful reason to vote against what he has been speaking up for. Could it be money? Me thinks it could be.

The Congressional roll call is here.
I read this from that list of nay's, they are the ones who will be looking for jobs here very soon. I think this is a very good start, but there is still much more to be done, that is for certain!
 

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Yes, it is time to clean out both parties. When a party becomes intrenched, it ends up being all about raising more money than the other guy for the next election.

I seem to recall a book from the late 80's, "The best Congress money can buy" or something like that?
 
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