Posts Tagged ‘Washington D.C.’

Rep. Cooper plans to vote Yay

March 21, 2010

Rep. Jim Cooper, (D-TN5) has announced his plans to vote in favor of the HealthCare Bill being considered in Washington D.C. today.

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The Time for Talk is over

March 16, 2010

This past week, the President proclaimed that the time for talking about his Government-controlled health insurance legislation is “over”. “The American people deserve an up or down vote.” Sounded good. Since then, the President has fired up the Presidential 747 time and time again to visit the states and districts of Representatives whose vote he needs to pass this liberty-killing, budget-busting legislation.


The Washington D.C. Disconnect

February 18, 2010

This week, Larry Kudlow, a writer with the National Review Online website, published a two-age article that my son found. He sent it my way, and I cannot help but pass this along. (more…)