Senators and House members were bombarded with more telephone calls and faxes opposing the bailout than at any other time in the history of this nation, yet 74 US Senators PROVED their primary allegiance was to the NWO & Big Business over their constiuents' wishes. This vote opens up the floodgates for the eventual economic collapse of the United States. This is NOT representative government. This is oligarchical tyranny and these 74 individuals must be removed from office. I indicated the YES sell-out senators with red numbering. You also need to see RED when you enter a voting booth this November.
U.S. House opf Representatives Roll call vote on HR1424, the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008
FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 681
(Democrats in roman; Republicans in italic; Independents underlined)
H R 1424 YEA-AND-NAY 3-Oct-2008 1:22 PM QUESTION: On Motion to Concur in Senate Amendments BILL TITLE: Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008
Baldwin Barrett (SC)
Bishop (NY) Blunt Boehner Bonner Bono Mack Boozman
Brady (PA) Brady (TX)
Braley (IA) Brown (SC)
Brown, Corrine Buchanan Calvert Camp (MI) Campbell (CA) Cannon Cantor
Cohen Cole (OK) Conaway
Davis (IL) Davis, Tom
Edwards (TX) Ehlers
Etheridge Everett Fallin
Fattah Ferguson Fossella
Frank (MA) Frelinghuysen Gerlach
Hastings (FL) Herger
Hirono Hobson Hoekstra
Hoyer Inglis (SC)
Johnson, E. B.
Kind King (NY) Kirk
Klein (FL) Kline (MN) Knollenberg Kuhl (NY) LaHood
Levin Lewis (CA)
Lewis (GA) Lewis (KY)
Lowey Lungren, Daniel E.
McCollum (MN) McCrery
McGovern McHugh McKeon
Miller (NC) Miller, Gary
Perlmutter Peterson (PA) Pickering
Price (NC) Pryce (OH) Putnam Radanovich
Richardson Rogers (AL) Rogers (KY) Ros-Lehtinen
Ryan (OH) Ryan (WI)
Scott (GA) Sessions
Sestak Shadegg Shays Shuster Simpson
Slaughter Smith (TX)
Thompson (CA) Thornberry Tiberi
Velázquez Walden (OR) Walsh (NY) Wamp
Welch (VT) Weldon (FL) Weller
Wexler Wilson (NM)
Wilson (OH) Wilson (SC) Wolf
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Barrow Bartlett (MD) Barton (TX)
Becerra Bilbray Bilirakis Bishop (UT) Blackburn
Boyda (KS) Broun (GA) Brown-Waite, Ginny Burgess Burton (IN)
Butterfield Buyer Capito
Courtney Culberson Davis (KY) Davis, David
Davis, Lincoln Deal (GA)
Delahunt Diaz-Balart, L. Diaz-Balart, M.
Doggett Doolittle Drake Duncan English (PA) Feeney
Filner Flake Forbes Fortenberry Foxx Franks (AZ) Gallegly Garrett (NJ)
Gohmert Goode Goodlatte Graves
Grijalva Hall (TX) Hastings (WA) Hayes Heller Hensarling
Holden Hulshof Hunter
Johnson (GA) Johnson (IL) Johnson, Sam Jones (NC) Jordan
Kaptur Keller King (IA) Kingston
Lampson Latham LaTourette Latta Linder
Lipinski LoBiondo Lucas
Lynch Mack Manzullo Marchant
Matheson McCarthy (CA) McCaul (TX) McCotter
McIntyre McMorris Rodgers Mica
Michaud Miller (FL) Miller (MI)
Moran (KS) Murphy, Tim Musgrave
Napolitano Neugebauer Nunes Paul
Payne Pearce Pence
Peterson (MN) Petri Pitts Platts Poe Price (GA) Rehberg Reichert Renzi
Rodriguez Rogers (MI) Rohrabacher Roskam
Sánchez, Linda T.
Sanchez, Loretta Scalise
Scott (VA) Sensenbrenner
Shuler Smith (NE) Smith (NJ)
Thompson (MS) Tiahrt Turner
Walz (MN) Westmoreland Whitfield (KY) Wittman (VA) Young (AK) Young (FL)
Vote switchers on financial bailout
Oct 3, 3:48 PM (ET)
WASHINGTON (AP) - Sixty lawmakers Friday switched from their previous position on the huge Wall Street bailout measure. Fifty-eight switched from "no" to "yes," one switched to oppose the measure and a lawmaker who was absent on Monday voted "yes." Here's the breakdown by party and state:
Republicans, No to Yes (25)
Arizona - John Shadegg.
Florida - Vern Buchanan,
Illinois - Judy Biggert
Louisiana - Rodney Alexander, Charles Boustany.
Michigan - Joe Knollenberg, Peter Hoekstra.
Minnesota - Jim Ramstad.
North Carolina - Howard Coble, Sue Myrick.
Nebraska - Lee Terry.
New Jersey - Rodney Frelinghuysen.
New York - Randy Kuhl.
Ohio - Jean Schmidt, Pat Tiberi.
Oklahoma - Mary Fallin, John Sullivan.
Pennsylvania - Charles Dent, Jim Gerlach, Bill Shuster.
South Carolina - Gresham Barrett.
Tennessee - Zach Wamp.
Texas - Mike Conaway, Mac Thornberry.
Republican Jerry Weller of Illinois was absent Monday. He voted yes on Friday.
Democrats No to Yes (33)
Hawaii - Neil Abercrombie, Mazie Hirono.
California - Joe Baca, Barbara Lee, Adam Schiff, Hilda Solis, Mike Thompson, Diane Watson,Lynn Woolsey.
Nevada - Shelley Berkely.
Iowa - Bruce Braley.
Indiana - Andre Carson.
Missouri - Emanuel Cleaver.
Texas - Henry Cueller, Al Green, Sheila Jackson Lee, Solomon Ortiz.
Maryland - Elijah Cummings, Donna Edwards.
Arizona - Gabrielle Giffords, Harry Mitchell, Ed Pastor.
Illinois - Jesse Jackson Jr., Bobby Rush.
Michigan - Carolyn Kilpatrick.
Georgia - John Lewis, David Scott.
New Jersey - Bill Pascrell.
Ohio - Betty Sutton.
Massachusetts - John Tierney.
Vermont - Peter Welch.
Oregon - David Wu.
Kentucky - John Yarmuth.
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