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March 15, 2007

Dems Predict Passage of Iraq Bill

They may be predicting, but it ain't over until the last vote is counted. This MyDD post lists Congressional Blue Dog Dems who are not yet on board to vote "yes."

Here's the list. If your rep is among them, give a jingle and let him/her know why voting "yes" would not be in our country's best interest...nor chances for re-election next year.

Michael Arcuri (NY-24)

John Barrow (GA-12)

Melissa Bean (IL-08)

Dan Boren (OK-02)

Jim Cooper (TN-05)

Bud Cramer (AL-02)

Lincoln Davis (TN-04)

Joe Donnelly (IN-02)

Brad Ellsworth (IN-08)

Bob Ethridge (NC-02)

Kirsten Gillibrand (NY-20)

Baron Hill (IN-09)

Tim Mahoney (FL-16)

Jim Marshall (GA-08)

Mike McIntyre (NC-07)

Collin Peterson (MN-07)

John Salazar (CO-03)

Joe Sestak (PA-07)

Heath Shuler (NC-11)

Gene Taylor (MS-04)

Thanks to Dan Riehl for the e-mail!

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Posted by Pam Meister at 08:33 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | Iraq

I wouldn't worry about Gene Taylor too much. He usually breaks ranks with the Dems (about 85%). He is the Congressman that represents the main area of the South that hit by Katrina and methinks that he does a generally good job. Add into the mix that the single largest employer in his district is none other than Ingalls Shipbuilding, a major, major player in the construction of our warships.

Posted by: Two Dogs at March 15, 2007 08:51 AM

Shameful Democratic behavior. It's their usual.

Posted by: jng at March 15, 2007 01:59 PM

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