GOP 162 is a new website with one simple goal: To keep the names of the 162 GOP members who voted to default easily available to all to see so we can vote them out of office.
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Thursday, October 3, 2013
With all this chaos of the Government Shutdown and battle over ObamaCare, I bet you haven't heard in the news how the Republicans originally voted on "ObamaCare" in 2009. Surely it must have been a hard fought battle and barely gained enough votes to pass in the House, correct?
The bill passed the House of Representatives on October 8, 2009, by a 416-0 vote. 0. ZERO "nay" votes.
Let's emphasis that again. NOT A SINGLE REPUBLICAN VOTED AGAINST THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT WHEN IT PASSED THE HOUSE. 4 Republicans did not vote at all but were present, 0 voted against it. 173 Republicans voted for it.
These are the same clowns who are throwing a tantrum 4 years later about a law they passed, after the U.S. Supreme Court, which has 5 conservative justices, a majority, voted the Affordable Care Act was constitutional.
Both of the top Republicans in the House voted FOR and passed the Affordable Care Act in 2009:
Speaker of the House John Boehner (then House Minority Leader)
Majority Leader Eric Cantor (then House Minority WHIP)
(The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka ObamaCare, was part of a bill introduced by Charles Rangel in September, 2009, and passed in October, 2009. House number H.R. 3590. The Senate passed the Affordable Care Act in December, 2009, and the House passed the Senate's amendment in March, 2010, Obama signed it into law in March, 2010, with the main parts not beginning until January 1, 2014)
Sunday, September 8, 2013
Thursday, September 5, 2013
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at 6:05 PM
Sunday, August 25, 2013
And he looks as dumb as everyone is expecting.
|Batfleck, courtesy Bryan Roberts|
Will Batfleck also mumble his lines like Affleck does in every film?
Friday, August 9, 2013
UPDATE: Former Cardinal's star Jack Clark says Pujols' conditioning coach told him he shot Pujols up with PED's.
Original Story from 2010: So many star athletes have been exposed as frauds in recent years that it's hard to trust anyone anymore.
Albert Pujols was the subject of a Sports Illustrated cover story a year ago claiming we can trust him because he's not cheating. No HGH or steroids for Albert, so says the king.
Yet am I the only person to notice that Pujols' head seems to be growing around his eyes and getting larger and larger? Freakishly large. Similar to how Barry Bonds' head grew once he started using HGH.
Almost everyone gains weight as they get older, but a 30 year old star athlete shouldn't look like his head is becoming a human bobble head.
There's a difference between packing on a few pounds and looking like your head is too big to fit in an elevator. Pujols' head looks even larger than it did on the SI cover in 2009.
The picture at the top right is from 2010, the picture on the left side is a few years back. The first picture below is from 2010, and the final two pictures are from a few years ago.
You tell me, is Albert simply gaining a ton of weight in his face and head at age 30, or is something else going on?
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
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