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Get Eight RINOs OUT: Climate Control Their ASS June 26, 2009

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Here are the names of the eight Republicans that voted to pass the climate change bill. It should be a cold day in hell before they are re-elected. How is that for global warming?

Call their offices. Vote them out.

Mary Bono Mack (R – CA)

Michael N. Castle (R-DE)

Mark Kirk (R-IL)

Leonard Lance (R-NJ)

Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ)

John M. McHugh (R-NY)

David Reichert (R-WA)

Chris Smith (R-NJ)



6 Responses to “Get Eight RINOs OUT: Climate Control Their ASS”

  1. manbearpig68 Says:

    I wish Obama would go back to Kenya right in the crack where he really belongs

    • afrocity Says:

      Manbearpig, you know I did not notice that Africa was in the ass crack. Good observation.

  2. Marcy Says:

    I’m speechless. And ROFLMAO.

  3. Diane Says:

    Here’s some more ideas of waht we can do:

    Good Job Afrocity!

  4. kywrite Says:

    Ew — what an animation.

    Anyway, I did some research on the dudes who voted yes. You can read my gleanings at the link below, but the essential points are these: McHugh, the representative from New York, has been tapped as SecArmy as of June 3 — but not yet confirmed — and is also against the health care reforms. So — get his vote on this issue, holding confirmation over his head, and then get him out to be replaced by someone with friendlier views before the healthcare bill hits. That’s my guess.

    Of the others, two are board members of Republicans for Environmental Protection – which has an agenda indistinguishable from the liberal environmental agenda, and which unfortunately helped shape McCain’s view on the issue – and a third got a 103% vote approval rating from REP somehow in 2007. I didn’t know there was extra credit involved in congressional voting. . .

    Sorry it’s a little hard to read — I’m a new blogger there and didn’t choose the look.

  5. Liberal Larry Says:

    They are really for bipartsan those gops who voted for it. Rethugs are not about reaching across the isle. They despise change and the party is no pulse DOA.

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