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List of Representative who voted against the Justin Amash Amendment

Discussion in 'Think Tank' started by Anonymous, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. Anonymous Member

    here is one article about this.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/24/justin-amash-amendment_n_3647893.html

    Ladies and gentlemen, i am compiling a list of the representatives who voted against the Justin Amash amendment to defund parts of the nsa. the goal of this list is to make it easier to campaign against the Representatives when they are up for re-election.

    Once the list is established, templates will be made to make campaigning against them much easier, as well as being damaging.This is phase 2, and such templates will include: estimates on the cost of prisim, ethical implications of prisim, were prisim is NOT effective, how prism hurts business, how prism has affected the economy, etc and etc... Phase 2 will not be established until the list is compiled.

    Any help in the matter will be greatly appreciated, the best way to bring about positive social change is to demonstrate that it would be expensive not to, keep that in mind.

    I am aware that this idea is most likely doomed to failure with out support, but it would have been doomed to failure if it wasn't even started. Together, we can not only make a positive change, but we can also ruin some asshole's political carer as well.
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  2. Anonymous Member

    Here is the final tally per the House of Representatives website:
    http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2013/roll412.xml

    The Ayes were to restrict NSA's powers, the No's were not to restrict NSA powers, and the Not Voting were too chicken shit scared of their constituencies to actually show up to vote.




    FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 412

    (Republicans in roman; Democrats in italic; Independents underlined)

    H R 2397 RECORDED VOTE 24-Jul-2013 6:51 PM
    AUTHOR(S): Amash of Michigan Amendment No. 100
    QUESTION: On Agreeing to the Amendment


    Ayes Noes PRES NV
    Republican 94 134 6
    Democratic 111 83 6
    Independent
    TOTALS 205 217 12



    ---- AYES 205 ---


    Amash
    Amodei
    Bachus
    Barton
    Bass
    Becerra
    Bentivolio
    Bishop (UT)
    Black
    Blackburn
    Blumenauer
    Bonamici
    Brady (PA)
    Braley (IA)
    Bridenstine
    Broun (GA)
    Buchanan
    Burgess
    Capps
    Capuano
    Cárdenas
    Carson (IN)
    Cartwright
    Cassidy
    Chabot
    Chaffetz
    Chu
    Cicilline
    Clarke
    Clay
    Cleaver
    Clyburn
    Coffman
    Cohen
    Connolly
    Conyers
    Courtney
    Cramer
    Crowley
    Cummings
    Daines
    Davis, Danny
    Davis, Rodney
    DeFazio
    DeGette
    DeLauro
    DelBene
    DeSantis
    DesJarlais
    Deutch
    Dingell
    Doggett
    Doyle
    Duffy
    Duncan (SC)
    Duncan (TN)
    Edwards
    Ellison
    Eshoo
    Farenthold
    Farr
    Fattah
    Fincher
    Fitzpatrick
    Fleischmann
    Fleming
    Fudge
    Gabbard
    Garamendi Gardner
    Garrett
    Gibson
    Gohmert
    Gosar
    Gowdy
    Graves (GA)
    Grayson
    Green, Gene
    Griffin (AR)
    Griffith (VA)
    Grijalva
    Hahn
    Hall
    Harris
    Hastings (FL)
    Holt
    Honda
    Huelskamp
    Huffman
    Huizenga (MI)
    Hultgren
    Jeffries
    Jenkins
    Johnson (OH)
    Jones
    Jordan
    Keating
    Kildee
    Kingston
    Labrador
    LaMalfa
    Lamborn
    Larson (CT)
    Lee (CA)
    Lewis
    Loebsack
    Lofgren
    Lowenthal
    Lujan Grisham (NM)
    Luján, Ben Ray (NM)
    Lummis
    Lynch
    Maffei
    Maloney, Carolyn
    Marchant
    Massie
    Matsui
    McClintock
    McCollum
    McDermott
    McGovern
    McHenry
    McMorris Rodgers
    Meadows
    Mica
    Michaud
    Miller, Gary
    Miller, George
    Moore
    Moran
    Mullin
    Mulvaney
    Nadler
    Napolitano
    Neal
    Nolan
    Nugent
    O'Rourke Owens
    Pascrell
    Pastor (AZ)
    Pearce
    Perlmutter
    Perry
    Petri
    Pingree (ME)
    Pocan
    Poe (TX)
    Polis
    Posey
    Price (GA)
    Radel
    Rahall
    Rangel
    Ribble
    Rice (SC)
    Richmond
    Roe (TN)
    Rohrabacher
    Ross
    Rothfus
    Roybal-Allard
    Rush
    Salmon
    Sánchez, Linda T.
    Sanchez, Loretta
    Sanford
    Sarbanes
    Scalise
    Schiff
    Schrader
    Schweikert
    Scott (VA)
    Sensenbrenner
    Serrano
    Shea-Porter
    Sherman
    Smith (MO)
    Smith (NJ)
    Southerland
    Speier
    Stewart
    Stockman
    Swalwell (CA)
    Takano
    Thompson (MS)
    Thompson (PA)
    Tierney
    Tipton
    Tonko
    Tsongas
    Vela
    Velázquez
    Walz
    Waters
    Watt
    Waxman
    Weber (TX)
    Welch
    Williams
    Wilson (SC)
    Yarmuth
    Yoder
    Yoho
    Young (AK)


    ---- NOES 217 ---


    Aderholt
    Alexander
    Andrews
    Bachmann
    Barber
    Barr
    Barrow (GA)
    Benishek
    Bera (CA)
    Bilirakis
    Bishop (GA)
    Bishop (NY)
    Boehner
    Bonner
    Boustany
    Brady (TX)
    Brooks (AL)
    Brooks (IN)
    Brown (FL)
    Brownley (CA)
    Bucshon
    Butterfield
    Calvert
    Camp
    Cantor
    Capito
    Carney
    Carter
    Castor (FL)
    Castro (TX)
    Cole
    Collins (GA)
    Collins (NY)
    Conaway
    Cook
    Cooper
    Costa
    Cotton
    Crawford
    Crenshaw
    Cuellar
    Culberson
    Davis (CA)
    Delaney
    Denham
    Dent
    Diaz-Balart
    Duckworth
    Ellmers
    Engel
    Enyart
    Esty
    Flores
    Forbes
    Fortenberry
    Foster
    Foxx
    Frankel (FL)
    Franks (AZ)
    Frelinghuysen
    Gallego
    Garcia
    Gerlach
    Gibbs
    Gingrey (GA)
    Goodlatte
    Granger
    Graves (MO)
    Green, Al
    Grimm
    Guthrie
    Gutiérrez
    Hanabusa Hanna
    Harper
    Hartzler
    Hastings (WA)
    Heck (NV)
    Heck (WA)
    Hensarling
    Higgins
    Himes
    Hinojosa
    Holding
    Hoyer
    Hudson
    Hunter
    Hurt
    Israel
    Issa
    Jackson Lee
    Johnson (GA)
    Johnson, E. B.
    Johnson, Sam
    Joyce
    Kaptur
    Kelly (IL)
    Kelly (PA)
    Kennedy
    Kilmer
    Kind
    King (IA)
    King (NY)
    Kinzinger (IL)
    Kirkpatrick
    Kline
    Kuster
    Lance
    Langevin
    Lankford
    Larsen (WA)
    Latham
    Latta
    Levin
    Lipinski
    LoBiondo
    Long
    Lowey
    Lucas
    Luetkemeyer
    Maloney, Sean
    Marino
    Matheson
    McCarthy (CA)
    McCaul
    McIntyre
    McKeon
    McKinley
    McNerney
    Meehan
    Meeks
    Meng
    Messer
    Miller (FL)
    Miller (MI)
    Murphy (FL)
    Murphy (PA)
    Neugebauer
    Noem
    Nunes
    Nunnelee
    Olson
    Palazzo
    Paulsen
    Payne
    Pelosi Peters (CA)
    Peters (MI)
    Peterson
    Pittenger
    Pitts
    Pompeo
    Price (NC)
    Quigley
    Reed
    Reichert
    Renacci
    Rigell
    Roby
    Rogers (AL)
    Rogers (KY)
    Rogers (MI)
    Rooney
    Ros-Lehtinen
    Roskam
    Royce
    Ruiz
    Runyan
    Ruppersberger
    Ryan (OH)
    Ryan (WI)
    Schakowsky
    Schneider
    Schwartz
    Scott, Austin
    Scott, David
    Sessions
    Sewell (AL)
    Shimkus
    Shuster
    Simpson
    Sinema
    Sires
    Slaughter
    Smith (NE)
    Smith (TX)
    Smith (WA)
    Stivers
    Stutzman
    Terry
    Thompson (CA)
    Thornberry
    Tiberi
    Titus
    Turner
    Upton
    Valadao
    Van Hollen
    Vargas
    Veasey
    Visclosky
    Wagner
    Walberg
    Walden
    Walorski
    Wasserman Schultz
    Webster (FL)
    Wenstrup
    Westmoreland
    Whitfield
    Wilson (FL)
    Wittman
    Wolf
    Womack
    Woodall
    Young (FL)
    Young (IN)


    ---- NOT VOTING 12 ---


    Barletta
    Beatty
    Bustos
    Campbell Coble
    Herrera Beutler
    Horsford
    McCarthy (NY) Negrete McLeod
    Pallone
    Rokita
    Schock
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  3. Anonymous Member

    THANK YOU!! My next step is to get all the districts that the NOES/not voting were in!!! This may not seem too important, but if we can start a pr fire and scare them, they may reconsider and remove the program. I know bachman was one of the noes, and it is about time that she is called out as big government traitor.

    We the people have more power then we realize. the lobbyists can not vote directly. They can also be boycotted. We just have to take action.
  4. Anonymous Member

    sorry for the slow update, here are some protest points/counter arguments that would hurt a republican candidate.

    Ok for people living near the republicans who voted no either close enough to be a constituent, or close enough to talk to them These topics will upset their voter base against them:
    1)The nsa could/is using prisim to keep track of gun purchases(both online, and thru the supply network offline),
    2)The nsa monitors right leaning religious groups,
    3)Programs like prism are expensive and cost large amounts of tax money,
    4)Programs like prism where part of why the soviet union went bankrupt,
    5)The nsa is monitoring what stocks you own and probably tells the irs,
    6)the nsa knows if you donate to a super pack, to a campaign, or how much you support a politician.
    7)The nsa monitors your employers, knows who they do business with, and is in a position to compromise your business if it gets in the way of the government.
    8)The nsa knows if you support Israel(this one is surprisingly nasty, and so far has turned a few for prism to an against, individual results may vary)
    9)The nsa monitors what sites you go to, and will draw conclusions to how you feel about race, and may classify you as a racist.
    10) Robert Hanson was a traitor in the fbi that compromised many secrets, Can we afford the information that the NSA has gathered to be compromised again, by someone with bad intentions?

    The nsa monitors what sites you go to, and will draw conclusions to: this argument is very damning, and when people think about it, they turn against prism(or the other bullshit programs) really quickly.

    Next year is the big representative election year, and the super pacs/political interests are getting started. This topic can ruin a lot of political careers if we play our cards right, and can show the government what we think about their spying.

    Should we be worried about retaliation from the nsa? No, it costs money for them to track us down, money to persecute us, money to make our lives miserable. Money America does not have.This program is dangerous, and if it does not stop, will do more damage to US, then to any one else. WE MUST ACT!!! before its too late.
  5. Anonymous Member

    Here are some topics that the will upset democrat voter bases against democrat representatives:
    1)The nsa monitors what sites you go to, and will draw conclusions to whether or not you are gay.
    2)The nsa monitors what sites you go to, and will draw conclusions to you feelings toward the environment, and may judge you to be an eco terrorist.
    3)The nsa monitors what sites you go to, and will draw conclusions to your political ideology, and may classify you as a communist.
    4)The nsa monitors what sites you go to, and will draw conclusions to your feelings on Muslims, and may classify you as a terrorist.
    5)The nsa monitors what sites you go to, and will draw conclusions to If you support legalized marijuana, they may notify other federal agencies that you are connected to drugs.

    These are just a few. Keep in mind that your own ideas are probably better, especially if your representative voted no. You know more about the people in your district then i do, so please make alterations, and do your best.I don't have as many for the democrats, because i learn more towards the right myself, and i do not know what offends them. I leave this to you guys.

    next week i will go over types of anti prism memes that will not only be controversial, but full of lulz and enrage the old people against the government.until then Stay safe my friends.
  6. Anonymous Member

    Here is an opportunity for everyone. Feel free to mention Benghazi as evidence of prisms failing. Since the government is taking the current opportunity to attempt to intimidate people by closing down embassies, please mention how they failed to do this for Benghazi, and how prism was active then too. If the right insists on using Benghazi as a battle cry against the administration, please feel free to exploit this during the recent events concerning prism.
  7. Anonymous Member

  8. Anonymous Member


    Thanks for the post!!! Next year is a big year for the house, if we can cause enough people to loose their seats over this, then congress will be TOO afraid to allow the nsa to continue.

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