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This House Will Come To Order: An H.R. 1473 Open Thread

CSPAN has opened discussion as of 1:15 pm est, 30 minutes allotted to each side, to debate H.R. 1473…the much maligned “continuing resolution” to fund the Gubmint through September 2011.

Throughout the next couple hours, let’s use this here little corner of the intertubz to watch, and discuss, the proceedings.

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There's not much to say... I come from a long line of Appalachian folk that landed in America long before flipping off the King was even a twinkle in the eyes of our founding fathers. We have been Carpenters and coal miners... Soldiers & Sailors and pig farmers and Sunday morning circuit-riding preachers. Hell, I'm told we have even been fairly decent bootleggers too.

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  1. Here is the list of the 59 Republicans that voted no on the Deal Bill-

    Sandra Adams
    Justin Amash
    Michele Bachmann
    Roscoe G. Bartlett
    Joe L. Barton
    Marsha Blackburn
    Paul Broun
    Steven J. Chabot
    Jason Chaffetz
    Chip Cravaack
    Jeffrey Duncan
    John J. Duncan Jr.
    Jeff Flake
    John Fleming
    J. Randy Forbes
    Trent Franks
    Cory Gardner
    Scott Garrett
    Phil Gingrey
    Trey Gowdy
    Tom Graves
    Morgan Griffith
    Andy Harris
    Dean Heller
    Tim Huelskamp
    Bill Huizenga
    Robert Hurt
    Jim Jordan
    Steve King
    Jack Kingston
    Raul Labrador
    Doug Lamborn
    Billy Long
    Connie Mack
    Thaddeus McCotter
    Patrick T. McHenry
    Candice S. Miller
    Mick Mulvaney
    Randy Neugebauer
    Ron Paul
    Steve Pearce
    Mike Pence
    Ted Poe
    Ben Quayle
    Denny Rehberg
    Scott Rigell
    Dennis Ross
    Jean Schmidt
    David Schweikert
    Tim Scott
    Steve Southerland
    Marlin Stutzman
    Scott Tipton
    Joe Walsh
    Allen West
    Joe Wilson
    Kevin Yoder

    I copied this list from a James Antle article at American Spectator. As he points out, only 27 out of the 87 freshman voted no.

    • Here is the list of 15 GOP Senators that voted No. This includes 5 of the 12 new GOP Senators.
      US Senate
      Tom Coburn (R-OK)
      Mike Crapo (R-ID)
      Jim DeMint (R-SC)
      John Ensign (R-NV)
      Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
      Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
      Jim Inhofe (R-OK)
      Ron Johnson (R-WI) *
      Mike Lee (R-UT) *
      Rand Paul (R-KY) *
      Jim Risch (R-ID)
      Marco Rubio (R-FL) *
      Richard Shelby (R-AL)
      Pat Toomey (R-PA) *
      David Vitter (R-LA)

  1. Here is the list of the 59 Republicans that voted no on the Deal Bill-

    Sandra Adams
    Justin Amash
    Michele Bachmann
    Roscoe G. Bartlett
    Joe L. Barton
    Marsha Blackburn
    Paul Broun
    Steven J. Chabot
    Jason Chaffetz
    Chip Cravaack
    Jeffrey Duncan
    John J. Duncan Jr.
    Jeff Flake
    John Fleming
    J. Randy Forbes
    Trent Franks
    Cory Gardner
    Scott Garrett
    Phil Gingrey
    Trey Gowdy
    Tom Graves
    Morgan Griffith
    Andy Harris
    Dean Heller
    Tim Huelskamp
    Bill Huizenga
    Robert Hurt
    Jim Jordan
    Steve King
    Jack Kingston
    Raul Labrador
    Doug Lamborn
    Billy Long
    Connie Mack
    Thaddeus McCotter
    Patrick T. McHenry
    Candice S. Miller
    Mick Mulvaney
    Randy Neugebauer
    Ron Paul
    Steve Pearce
    Mike Pence
    Ted Poe
    Ben Quayle
    Denny Rehberg
    Scott Rigell
    Dennis Ross
    Jean Schmidt
    David Schweikert
    Tim Scott
    Steve Southerland
    Marlin Stutzman
    Scott Tipton
    Joe Walsh
    Allen West
    Joe Wilson
    Kevin Yoder

    I copied this list from a James Antle article at American Spectator. As he points out, only 27 out of the 87 freshman voted no.

    • Here is the list of 15 GOP Senators that voted No. This includes 5 of the 12 new GOP Senators.
      US Senate
      Tom Coburn (R-OK)
      Mike Crapo (R-ID)
      Jim DeMint (R-SC)
      John Ensign (R-NV)
      Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
      Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
      Jim Inhofe (R-OK)
      Ron Johnson (R-WI) *
      Mike Lee (R-UT) *
      Rand Paul (R-KY) *
      Jim Risch (R-ID)
      Marco Rubio (R-FL) *
      Richard Shelby (R-AL)
      Pat Toomey (R-PA) *
      David Vitter (R-LA)

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