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nedir Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 11:57 AM
E3Troit wrote: "Card-carrying Republicans say "While you gratuitously lay the Iraq War off on Bush, please note that the war got Democrat votes." Let me be crystal clear with all my Conservative friends out there. Obamacare passed with Republican votes !"
ricksmom Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 12:12 PM
You need to check your facts: Obamacare was passed on a strictly Democrat partisan vote. Those 23,000 pages were spun together by partisan Democrats and passed by the same Obama/Pelosi tribe.
nedir Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 11:58 AM
els wrote:

"Name one !"

US-Rep Ahn “Joseph” Cao R, LA-2nd-Dist, Jan-2009-11, was the "only Republican US Congressman" to vote “Yes” in the 220 to 215 approval of Obamacare, on Nov-7-2009.

newsmax.com/Politics/cao-healthcare-vote-house/2009/11/08/id/336057

clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll887.xml

Nov-7-2009, On Passage: H R 3962, Affordable Health Care for America Act

---------------------Ayes---Noes
Democrat -------- 219 ----- 39
Republican --------- 1 ---- 176
----------------------------------------
Totals ------------- 220 ---- 215

52 US-House-Dems lost their re-election in Nov-2010,

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Cao, LA-2nd, was 1 of only 2 Republicans to lose their US-House-seats to Democrats, Nov-2010 !
nedir Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 11:58 AM
Preceding Joseph Cao in the LA-2nd-Dist was:

Democrat William Jennings "Bill" Jefferson. He served "9-terms" from 1991 to 2009. The LA-2nd-Dist includes much of the greater New Orleans area.

WJ was LA's first black congressman since the end of Reconstruction.

On Nov 13, 2009, Jefferson was sentenced to 13 years in Federal prison for bribery after a corruption investigation,

the longest sentence ever handed down to a US Congressman for bribery or any other crime !

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