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Voting against the what most Americans wanted


The following Senators ignored your wishes and voted against something that 90%+ of you wanted to happen. Sensible background checks for people who buy firearms. These senators have made it clear that they do not answer to you the people, but to lobbyists like the NRA and big money corruptors. These people have thrown a big red flag up that suggests that they are corrupt. We don't really care which party they belong to.
State Senator
AK Begich, Mark
Murkowski, Lisa
AL Sessions, Jeff
Shelby, Richard C.
AR Boozman, John
Pryor, Mark L.
AZ Flake, Jeff
FL Rubio, Marco
GA Chambliss, Saxby
Isakson, Johnny
IA Grassley, Chuck
State Senator
ID Crapo, Mike
Risch, James E.
IN Coats, Daniel
KS Moran, Jerry
Roberts, Pat
KY McConnell, Mitch
Paul, Rand
LA Vitter, David
MO Blunt, Roy
MS Cochran, Thad
Wicker, Roger F.
MT Baucus, Max
State Senator
NC Burr, Richard
ND Heitkamp, Heidi
Hoeven, John
NE Fischer, Deb
Johanns, Mike
NH Ayotte, Kelly
NV Heller, Dean
Reid, Harry
OH Portman, Rob
OK Coburn, Tom
Inhofe, James M.
State Senator
SC Graham, Lindsey
Scott, Tim
SD Thune, John
TN Alexander, Lamar
Corker, Bob
TX Cornyn, John
Cruz, Ted
UT Hatch, Orrin G.
Lee, Mike
WI Johnson, Ron
WY Barrasso, John
Enzi, Michael B.




The following Senators blocked a vote that would provide health benefits for veterans: (all Republicans)
State Senator
AL Sessions, Jeff
Shelby
AR Boozman, John
Pryor, Mark L.
AZ Flake, Jeff
McCain
FL Rubio, Marco
GA Chambliss, Saxby
Isakson, Johnny
IA Grassley, Chuck
State Senator
ID Crapo, Mike
Risch, James E.
IL Kirk,
IN Coats, Daniel
KS Roberts, Pat,
KY McConnell, Mitch
Paul, Rand
LA Vitter, David
ME Collins
MO Blunt, Roy
MS Cochran, Thad

State Senator
NC Burr, Richard
ND Hoeven, John,
NE Fischer, Deb
Johanns, Mike
NH Ayotte, Kelly
OH Portman, Rob
OK Coburn, Tom
Inhofe, James M.
PA Toomey
State Senator
SC Graham, Lindsey
Scott, Tim
SD Thune, John
TN Alexander, Lamar
Corker, Bob
TX Comyn, John
Cruz, Ted
UT Hatch, Orrin G.
Lee, Mike
WI Johnson, Ron
WY Barrasso, John
Enzi, Michael B.

Cowards that blocked Syrian Refuge relief: Some Cowardly Democrats but mostly Republicans - Webster is one of those cowards!

Democrats that sold you down the river. I expected this kind of corruption from Republicans, but not Democrats.
Quoting the Daily Kos: "After a long day of voting, the Senate finally passed the so-called "CRomnibus," part continuing resolution, part omnibus, almost all bad. The two provisions that have been criticized the most by Democrats are the rider that weakens campaign finance regulations by increasing the amount that an individual can donate to a party committee in a year from $32,400 to $324,000, thus giving rich people even more say than they already have, and the rider that guts Dodd-Frank and sets the stage for future bank bailouts. Elizabeth Warren has spoken eloquently and forcefully against the latter provision, which was, in fact, directly written by Citigroup. However, the toxicity of the deal did not end there:

But there’s so much more to the CRomnibus than just those two riders. Under the bill, trustees would be enabled to cut pension benefits to current retirees, reversing a 40-year bond with workers who earned their retirement packages. Voters in the District of Columbia who approved legalized marijuana will see their initiative vaporized, with local government prohibited from taxing or regulating the drug’s sale. Trucking companies can make roads less safe by giving their employees 82-hour work weeks without sufficient rest breaks. Pell grants for college students will be cut, with the money diverted to private student loan contractors who have actively harmed borrowers. Government financiers of overseas projects will be prevented from stopping funding for coal-fired power plants. Blue Cross and Blue Shield will be allowed to count “quality improvement” measures toward their mandatory health spending under Obamacare’s “medical loss ratio” provision, a windfall saving them millions of dollars.

I’m not done. The bill eliminates a bipartisan measure to end “backdoor” searches by the NSA of Americans’ private communications. It blocks the EPA from regulating certain water sources for farmers. It adds an exception to allow the U.S. to continue to fund Egypt’s military leadership. In a giveaway to potato growers, it reduces nutrition standards in school lunches and the Women, Infant and Children food aid program. It halts the listing of new endangered species. It stops the regulation of lead in hunting ammunition or fishing equipment. It limits contributions to the Green Climate Fund to compensate poor countries ravaged by climate change. I could go on. And even if the offending measures on derivatives and campaign finance were removed, all of that dreck would remain.

Despite the toxicity of the bill--and the fact that it will enable Republicans to demand more---President Obama, with the help of good friend Jamie Dimon, whipped Democrats in the House to vote for it, as Nancy Pelosi refused to support it herself. Most of Pelosi's caucus did side with her (139 members), but 57 voted against her to join the Republican majority in rolling back the regulatory state.

After a long day of voting, the Senate passed the CRomnibus late at night by a vote of 56 to 40.

32 members of the Democratic caucus and 24 Republicans supported it. 22 members of the Democratic caucus and 18 Republicans opposed it."

Tammy Baldwin (D-WI)
Mark Begich (D-AK)
Michael Bennet (D-CO)
Ben Cardin (D-MD)
Tom Carper (D-DE)
Bob Casey (D-PA)
Chris Coons (D-DE)
Joe Donnelly (D-IN)
Dick Durbin (D-IL)
Kay Hagan (D-NC)
Martin Heinrich (D-NM)
Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND)
Tim Johnson (D-SD)
Tim Kaine (D-VA)
Angus King (I-ME)
Mary Landrieu (D-LA)
Pat Leahy (D-VT)
Barbara Mikulski (D-MD)
Chris Murphy (D-CT)
Patty Murray (D-WA)
Bill Nelson (D-FL)
Mark Pryor (D-AR)
Harry Reid (D-NV)
Jay Rockefeller (D-WV)
Brian Schatz (D-HI)
Chuck Schumer (D-NY)
Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH)
Debbie Stabenow (D-MI)
Mark Udall (D-CO)
Tom Udall (D-NM)
John Walsh (D-MT)
Mark Warner (D-VA)

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