Tennessee’s Bought Representatives and Lame’r Alexander

Have my fellow Tennesseans paid much attention lately to your representatives and how they vote? How about your beloved Senators?

Video Rebel lists all the representatives that voted to keep you from “protesting” around them. I wanted to share the locals, for your education and possible discussion. I am also including the Mississippi chickenshits, since that is my home state and friends still endure their sorry asses. They are deathly afraid of facing any assembly of folks that might be finally getting fed up with their shenanigans and have signed the latest bill that strips you of even MORE of your rights (I’m sure most will just yawn). The Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011 is a bit more than simply providing Mexican lawn care workers to take care of the grass around Federal Buildings. It is meant for you (well, “you”, meaning those who are awake and want answers).

There are a few that didn’t bow to their Masters in Israel, but they are a minority. Notice that none of them mind spending as much as you make in a year traveling around on junkets, while most are to afraid to spend much time in their district. Remember last summer’s break, when a mass of sycophantic Zionist Jew worshipers took their allegiance trip to Israel? At least Marsha didn’t make that trip. Cohen (a Zionist Jew), however, made his (imagine that).

Tennessee

Yea TN-1 Roe, Phil [R] 3 trips taken between 2009 – 2012 costing $19,250 1 trip to Israel $15,917.

Yea TN-2 Duncan, John [R] 25 trips taken between 2000 – 2011 costing $114,365 No trips to Israel. 1 trip to Aspen Institute.

Yea TN-3 Fleischmann, Chuck [R]
1 trip to Israel taken in 2011 costing $19,763.

Yea TN-4 DesJarlais, Scott [R] 1 trip to Israel taken in 2011 costing $19,636

Yea TN-5 Cooper, Jim [D] 31 trips taken between 2003 – 2012 costing $136,553 No trips to Israel. 1 trip to Aspen Institute.

Yea TN-6 Black, Diane [R] 2 trips taken in 2011 costing $24,990 1 trip to Israel $22,314.

Yea TN-7 Blackburn, Marsha [R] 35 trips taken between 2003 – 2012 costing $68,139 No trips to Israel. 1 trip to Aspen Institute.

Yea TN-8 Fincher, Stephen [R] 2 trips taken in 2011 costing $23,233 1 trip to Israel $20,227.

Yea TN-9 Cohen, Steve [D] 10 trips taken between 2007 – 2011 costing $61,451 2 trips to Israel $19,520. This is the guy who got Jesse Ventura’s episode on Camp FEMA pulled off the air.

Mississippi

Yea MS-1 Nunnelee, Alan [R] No trips anywhere.

Yea MS-2 Thompson, Bennie [D] 57 trips taken between 2000 – 2011 costing $115,549 No trips to Israel.

Yea MS-3 Harper, Gregg [R] 4 trips taken between 2009 – 2011 costing $43,172 1 trip to Israel $17,610.

Yea MS-4 Palazzo, Steven [R] 1 trip to Israel taken in 2011 costing $23,360.

One could look at the list of people who voted for the NDAA and perhaps feel a bit better (Marsha Blackburn DID vote “aye”, showing that she is not interested in preserving our liberties), but not much.

Now to Lame Alexander. I received my monthly email newsletter from him. Apparently, he is very worried about the “checks and balances” that Obama is ruining for Congress. He wrote something about his imaginary outrage here. This is a very slimy man, who also could care less about the Constitution, much less any checks and balances. You know, Lame, if you really were worried, you might work with Congress to impeach the liar, instead of clutching your faux pearls of shame. You might not have voted FOR the patriot Act (and every extension). You might have not voted to continue the bogus Iraq War that you were complicit in getting started (or too stupid to see was a bunch of malarkey). You might have not voted against implementing the 911 Commission’s recommendations (no matter how bogus they were), but better yet, sponsor a new, REAL investigation, since many of the members and its legal council have come out and said it was bogus. You might even vote to dismantle the TSA and certainly work to stop their roadside drug searches in your own state. Maybe you would even call out Israel, but instead, you love them and their “democracy” (apparently more than your own country). Maybe you could fight for American jobs instead of voting to allow corporations to keep their tax free crap from overseas profits.

If the man truly gave more than his obligatory lie, he might not have voted lock-step “yea” on the NDAA. He might actually tell us the truth. He might actually fight for liberties, instead of stripping as many as he can muster.

Oh yeah, as  aside note to all the PaulTards, the bastion for personal liberties didn’t even bother to vote on either of the above mentioned recent bills.

Suckers.

Oh yeah, now Tennesseans have voted to put Santorum on the ballot. Speaking of suckers.

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