Five Reasons to Vote Out Virginia Rep Morgan Griffith
1. He doesn’t hate women but…
- Rated 30% by Federally Employed Women (His co-workers)
2. He doesn’t hate women but…
3. He doesn’t hate women but…
- He voted YEA to Prohibiting Use of Federal Funds for Planned Parenthood (Yes, even if the money went to things like cancer screenings)
4. He doesn’t hate women but…
5. He doesn’t hate women but..
Five Reasons to Vote Out Kentucky Rep Brett Guthrie
1. It’s just a coincidence.
- His top campaign contributors just happen to be medical and anti-union businesses with large lobbying interests.
2. Gee, there’s so many coincidences.
- He’s also a member of the subcommittees-Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade, Communications and Technology and Health.
3. Um…it’s just a coincidence?
- He’s a part of the sub committee: Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions, who’s most recent “Achievement” was to try to convince the nation that putting Pensions into the stock market and playing Russian Roulette with their futures was a great idea.
4. Erm…coincidences…are like…bound to happen?
- Two of his most recent bills were, H.R. 3355: Reducing Employer Burdens, Unleashing Innovation, and Labor Development Act of 2013 (Which is specifically about lessening cooperate environmental responsibility. Hey, just because they pollute doesn’t mean they should be held accountable for it, sheesh!) and H.R. 2041: To modify the definition of fiduciary under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 to exclude appraisers of employee stock ownership plans. (A bill who’s purpose is to help hide the “Gifts” they can be given to executives in the form of company stock.)
5. It’s not all cooperate bidding and selling out the working class though…
Five Reasons to Vote Out North Carolina Rep Virginia Foxx
1. She believes colleges are for profit, not for education.
- Well, in all fairness, that may be a bit of an oversimplification…”Congress doesn’t need to make college affordable.”
2. She believes students should pay their debt and our debt too.
- Her bill, The Smarter Solutions for Students Act, would allow Stafford Loans to be reevaluated each year. If the economy is bad, a student has a harder time finding a job and yes, according to her bill, your student loan interests rates could double all at the same time.
3. Who’s responsible for the inflation of student debt?
- Why, it’s the students, of course.
4. It’s not like she was bought by for-profit college lobbyists or anything.
- Oh wait…”Two of the Foxx’s three top donors in the last election cycle were the political action committee of APSCU, the for-profit colleges’ main trade association ($10,000), andBridgepoint Education ($9,000), whose record is so bad that Senator Tom Harkin, chairman of the Senate HELP Committee, has called the institution “a scam.” In her first year as chair of the House subcommittee addressing higher education, Foxx received at least $48,668 from people or PACs associated with for-profit colleges.”
5. Okay, okay it’s true. She’s done more than bend to the will of for-profit lobbyists.
- She also voted NO on the Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. So there’s that.
Five Reasons to Vote Out Wisconsin Rep James Sensenbrenner
1. He loves spying..er…he hates spying.
2. No really, he hates spying. Don’t you believe him?
- Just because he was part of the committee to write up the legislation that allowed the NSA spying to begin with, doesn’t mean he can’t, ya know, write a bill that now opposes his own ideas.
3. When all else fails, he tries scare tactics.
- “75 percent of the (air traffic control) towers the Obama Administration is closing are located in Republican Congressional Districts.”
4. Climate Change, Schmimate Change.
5. Women, who needs em?
*Note: Although it’s well past time for Mr. Sensenbrenner to be unseated, it’s important to note that he was one of the few Republicans who came out against the VRA being gutted.
Five Reasons to Vote Out Michigan Rep Tim Walberg
1. He believes his constituent aren’t paying attention.
- “Tim Walberg’s hypocrisy continues, votes AGAINST ending #GOPshutdown after bragging he voted to end it”
2. About That Government Shutdown…
- He claims that he should still be paid because he was working.
3. About the job he’s doing…
- PPP asked Michigan’s 7th District what they thought.
4. He’s a birther, through and through.
5. Did I say he believes his constituents aren’t paying attention?
Five Reasons to Vote Out Illinois Rep Randy Hultgren
1. He cares about the American people…
- but he cares about the Tea Party more. He was the only No vote from Illinois on ending the government shutdown.
2. He cares about the American people…
3. He cares about the American people…
- but only if they’ll let him waste tax payer money putting forth bills like, H.R. 5689 (112th): To suspend temporarily the duty on Pigment Orange 74, H.R. 5685 (112th): To suspend temporarily the duty on Pigment Yellow 151, H.R. 5688 (112th): To extend the temporary suspension of duty on Pigment Yellow 175, H.R. 5687 (112th): To extend the temporary suspension of duty on Pigment Red 185 and H.R. 5686 (112th): To extend the temporary suspension of duty on Pigment Yellow 154.
4. He cares about the American people…
- but refuses to let facts, reality or his own hypocrisy influence his ability to govern. “The Abstinence Education Reallocation Act, brought forth by Reps. Randy Hultgren (R-Ill.) and Daniel Lipinski (D-Ill.) on Valentine’s Day, seeks to award $550 million in Affordable Care Act grants over five years to programs that provide teenagers with abstinence-only education.” Yes, the same absentee education that has been proven ineffective time and time again. Yes, the same Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) that he’s continually speaking out against, voting against and doesn’t want anything to do with.
5. He cares about the American people…
Five Reasons to Vote Out Florida Rep Gus Bilirakis
1. As a Member of the House of Veteran Affairs, you’d think he’d find using American Veterans as props to further hysteria repulsive but no.
- He claimed, “The Department of Homeland Security’s view that returning military veterans and gun owners are likely to commit terrorist acts.”
2. Says American Veterans are his top priority.
- Proves it by cutting their benefits.
3. He’s very concerned about the treatment of our Veterans.
- At least when there’s a photo op to be had.
4. He cares deeply about the American Military.
5. It’s not like he hates women though.
- Although, he did vote NO on the re-authorization of the Violence Against Women Act.
Five Reasons to Vote Out Arizona Rep David Schweikert
1. His Views on The Government Shut?
2. He’s pro-Crime.
- The sole purpose of his bill, H.R. 2408: To prohibit the Department of Justice from tracking and cataloging the purchases of multiple rifles and shotguns, is to allow gun manufacturers to purposefully sell guns to known criminals without being held accountable.
3. Your wheelchair is interrupting his fun.
- H.R. 4200 (112th): To amend the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 to prohibit the Attorney General from administering or enforcing certain accessibility regulations relating to pools at public accommodations or provided by public entities. (Yes, this is as bad as it sounds)
4. He’s pro-corporate deception.
- His bill, H.R. 1952: Spread Pricing Liquidity Act of 2013, would allow a fledgling corporation to change the tick size of their stock to make it seem like it’s more valuable than it really is. (Something that is currently illegal due to it misrepresenting the company’s assets and putting both stock holders and workers at risk)
5. He doesn’t hate women but…
Five Reasons to Vote Out Texas Rep Randy Neugebauer
1. He likes his hypocrisy with a swiftness.
- He voted to shut down the government, then yelled at a park ranger because part of the government was shut down.
2. He isn’t a fan of facts.
- He goofs unemployment talking point but more importantly, he didn’t seem to know what was actually in the bill he voted against.
3. To be fair, he does get things done.
- Things like, yelling “Baby Killer” on the House Floor. (Well, I didn’t say they were good things, now did I?)
4. He isn’t that bad, really.
- He could have done something like, take money away from disaster victims and offer prayer instead. Oh wait!
5. He still has one redeeming quality though…
- He voted NO on the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act. (When I said “Redeeming” I clearly meant “Jackass.” Forgive me, I’m Southern)