Will you join me in writing these REPUBLICAN members of Congress to thank them for VOTING FOR THE ENERGY BILL.?
BONO, MACK MARY, CALIFORNIA CASTLE, MICHAEL, DELEWARE KIRK, MARK ILLINOIS LO BIONDO, FRANK NEW JERSEY SMITH, CHRISTOPHER, NEW JERSEY LANCE, LEONARD, NEW JERSEY MC HUGH JOHN, NEW YORK
Asked By: American Woman - 6/27/2009
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Cap and trade will ensure Conservatives return to Congress in the next election. Consumers living in states with electricity generated by coal will find their electric bills doubling. Steel companies will move overseas and workers out of jobs. Obama promised to ruin the coal industry and Cap and Trade is the... More
Answered By: semper_paratus_1776 - 6/27/2009
Additional Answers (18)
heck yes, we need more forward thinking people in the GOP
Answered By: Jesus Is My Gardener - 6/27/2009
Ya everyone of them is from a Democratic controlled state that is bankrupt or on the verge of it, now they want to spend even more of our tax dollars on crapola.
Answered By: forty winks - 6/27/2009
Thank them for what???
Answered By: wes S - 6/27/2009
i will be sure to thank those liberals for screwing my country over more. Why don't we use the tax dollars to build an ark for the oncoming floods, it worked for noah.
Answered By: Jolly Wolly - 6/27/2009
Before we do that, why don't we thank the overwhelming majority of Democrats (including Secretary of State Hillary Clinton) , having access to EXACTLY the same intelligence and information as the President and the rest of Congress, for voting FOR the war in Iraq... More
Answered By: ProUSA2 - 6/27/2009
Screw the letter writing they go into one big heap and you will get a thank you for your interest form letter in reply-- get your friends and families involved and vote these BUMS out !! They work for us yet now I'll be working even harder for them !!
Answered By: F5 Tornado - 6/27/2009
I will join you in seeing they hit the unemployment line
Answered By: Paul Grass - 6/27/2009
Thank them for what? Voting for a piece of legislation that was over 1000 pages long, that they had 1 day to read the final version. I think Not. That just shows how irresponsible these politicians are. Anyone that voted for the energy bill as written should not be reelected. IDIOTS.
Answered By: Johnny Reb - 6/27/2009
I agree with you but not the the reasons you think.......... :P... More
Answered By: Hostage of the RIGHT - 6/27/2009
My question to the politicians would be, "What did Pelosi and Obama promise you for your vote?". I would be curious if they were promised more stimulus money. The Senate is saying it will be much tougher getting this legislation through there.
Answered By: William S - 6/27/2009
You can also thank the mostly Democratic controlled Congress for not having the foresight to actually think this bill through. They just rushed it to satisfy Obama's need for control. You can also thank Obama himself who bought into this garbage and ultimately, Al Gore who stands to make a huge amount of money off... More
Answered By: Starship Captain - 6/27/2009
The energy bill is another example of a massive bill, in both size and cost, that wasn't read by congress. How can we possibly thank them for such incompetence?
Answered By: Tokarev 213 - 6/27/2009
Definitely! How can 72% of the citizens be against this cap and tax bill but the congress passes it anyway? They represent us? Looks like alot of congressmen will be looking for jobs on the next election. Good riddance.
Answered By: PAYAK - 6/27/2009
I HAVE HAD IT WITH THESE IDIOTS!! unbelievable
Answered By: Wendy - 6/27/2009
I tried calling Kirk (the jackass) and telling him how I felt. Couldn't get through, go figure.
Answered By: ♥ROXXX♥ - 6/27/2009
No vote them all out.
Answered By: john m - 6/27/2009
no what a waste your bill is taxed so you are already giving them a tip such a letter would be laughed at behind your back they have done you no favor.
Answered By: MILL - 6/27/2009
Im sending my rep the list and asking him what he is doing to hold them accountable. They are all traders to the Republican Party. Throw them out in the street with the dogs... More
Answered By: Joe V. - 6/27/2009
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