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  • Recorded Vote American Health Care Act

    FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 256

    Twenty Elected Republicans voted against America’s health care on Thursday.

    More than half of the members who voted “no” are part of the Tuesday Group

    (Republicans in roman; Democrats in italic; Independents underlined)
    H R 1628      RECORDED VOTE      4-May-2017      2:18 PM
    QUESTION:  On Passage
    BILL TITLE: American Health Care Act

    Ayes Noes PRES NV

    Republican

    217

    20

    1

    Democratic

    193

    Independent

    TOTALS

    217

    213

      1

     

    —- AYES    217 —

     

    Abraham
    Aderholt
    Allen
    Amash
    Amodei
    Arrington
    Babin
    Bacon
    Banks (IN)
    Barletta
    Barr
    Barton
    Bergman
    Bilirakis
    Bishop (MI)
    Bishop (UT)
    Black
    Blackburn
    Blum
    Bost
    Brady (TX)
    Brat
    Bridenstine
    Brooks (AL)
    Brooks (IN)
    Buchanan
    Buck
    Bucshon
    Budd
    Burgess
    Byrne
    Calvert
    Carter (GA)
    Carter (TX)
    Chabot
    Chaffetz
    Cheney
    Cole
    Collins (GA)
    Collins (NY)
    Comer
    Conaway
    Cook
    Cramer
    Crawford
    Culberson
    Curbelo (FL)
    Davidson
    Davis, Rodney
    Denham
    DeSantis
    DesJarlais
    Diaz-Balart
    Duffy
    Duncan (SC)
    Duncan (TN)
    Dunn
    Emmer
    Estes (KS)
    Farenthold
    Faso
    Ferguson
    Fleischmann
    Flores
    Fortenberry
    Foxx
    Franks (AZ)
    Frelinghuysen
    Gaetz
    Gallagher
    Garrett
    Gibbs
    Gohmert

    Goodlatte
    Gosar
    Gowdy
    Granger
    Graves (GA)
    Graves (LA)
    Graves (MO)
    Griffith
    Grothman
    Guthrie
    Harper
    Harris
    Hartzler
    Hensarling
    Hice, Jody B.
    Higgins (LA)
    Hill
    Holding
    Hollingsworth
    Hudson
    Huizenga
    Hultgren
    Hunter
    Issa
    Jenkins (KS)
    Jenkins (WV)
    Johnson (LA)
    Johnson (OH)
    Johnson, Sam
    Jordan
    Kelly (MS)
    Kelly (PA)
    King (IA)
    King (NY)
    Kinzinger
    Knight
    Kustoff (TN)
    Labrador
    LaHood
    LaMalfa
    Lamborn
    Latta
    Lewis (MN)
    Long
    Loudermilk
    Love
    Lucas
    Luetkemeyer
    MacArthur
    Marchant
    Marino
    Marshall
    Mast
    McCarthy
    McCaul
    McClintock
    McHenry
    McKinley
    McMorris Rodgers
    McSally
    Meadows
    Messer
    Mitchell
    Moolenaar
    Mooney (WV)
    Mullin
    Murphy (PA)
    Noem
    Nunes
    Olson
    Palazzo
    Palmer
    Paulsen

    Pearce
    Perry
    Pittenger
    Poe (TX)
    Poliquin
    Posey
    Ratcliffe
    Reed
    Renacci
    Rice (SC)
    Roby
    Roe (TN)
    Rogers (AL)
    Rogers (KY)
    Rohrabacher
    Rokita
    Rooney, Francis
    Rooney, Thomas J.
    Roskam
    Ross
    Rothfus
    Rouzer
    Royce (CA)
    Russell
    Rutherford
    Ryan (WI)
    Sanford
    Scalise
    Schweikert
    Scott, Austin
    Sensenbrenner
    Sessions
    Shimkus
    Shuster
    Simpson
    Smith (MO)
    Smith (NE)
    Smith (TX)
    Smucker
    Stefanik
    Stewart
    Stivers
    Taylor
    Tenney
    Thompson (PA)
    Thornberry
    Tiberi
    Tipton
    Trott
    Upton
    Valadao
    Wagner
    Walberg
    Walden
    Walker
    Walorski
    Walters, Mimi
    Weber (TX)
    Webster (FL)
    Wenstrup
    Westerman
    Williams
    Wilson (SC)
    Wittman
    Womack
    Woodall
    Yoder
    Yoho
    Young (AK)
    Young (IA)
    Zeldin

    Twenty Elected Republicans voted against America’s health care on Thursday.

    More than half of the members who voted “no” are part of the Tuesday Group,

    —- NOES    213 —

    Adams
    Aguilar
    Barragán
    Bass
    Beatty
    Bera
    Beyer
    Biggs
    Bishop (GA)
    Blumenauer
    Blunt Rochester
    Bonamici
    Boyle, Brendan F.
    Brady (PA)
    Brown (MD)
    Brownley (CA)
    Bustos
    Butterfield
    Capuano
    Carbajal
    Cárdenas
    Carson (IN)
    Cartwright
    Castor (FL)
    Castro (TX)
    Chu, Judy
    Cicilline
    Clark (MA)
    Clarke (NY)
    Clay
    Cleaver
    Clyburn
    Coffman
    Cohen
    Comstock
    Connolly
    Conyers
    Cooper
    Correa
    Costa
    Costello (PA)
    Courtney
    Crist
    Crowley
    Cuellar
    Cummings
    Davis (CA)
    Davis, Danny
    DeFazio
    DeGette
    Delaney
    DeLauro
    DelBene
    Demings
    Dent
    DeSaulnier
    Deutch
    Dingell
    Doggett
    Donovan
    Doyle, Michael F.
    Ellison
    Engel
    Eshoo
    Espaillat
    Esty (CT)
    Evans
    Fitzpatrick
    Foster
    Frankel (FL)
    Fudge

    Gabbard
    Gallego
    Garamendi
    Gonzalez (TX)
    Gottheimer
    Green, Al
    Green, Gene
    Grijalva
    Gutiérrez
    Hanabusa
    Hastings
    Heck
    Herrera Beutler
    Higgins (NY)
    Himes
    Hoyer
    Huffman
    Hurd
    Jackson Lee
    Jayapal
    Jeffries
    Johnson (GA)
    Johnson, E. B.
    Jones
    Joyce (OH)
    Kaptur
    Katko
    Keating
    Kelly (IL)
    Kennedy
    Khanna
    Kihuen
    Kildee
    Kilmer(WA)
    Kind
    Krishnamoorthi
    Kuster (NH)
    Lance
    Langevin
    Larsen (WA)
    Larson (CT)
    Lawrence
    Lawson (FL)
    Lee
    Levin
    Lewis (GA)
    Lieu, Ted
    Lipinski
    LoBiondo
    Loebsack
    Lofgren
    Lowenthal
    Lowey
    Lujan Grisham, M.
    Luján, Ben Ray
    Lynch
    Maloney, Carolyn B.
    Maloney, Sean
    Massie
    Matsui
    McCollum
    McEachin
    McGovern
    McNerney
    Meehan
    Meeks
    Meng
    Moore
    Moulton
    Murphy (FL)
    Nadler

    Napolitano
    Neal
    Nolan
    Norcross
    O’Halleran
    O’Rourke
    Pallone
    Panetta
    Pascrell
    Payne
    Pelosi
    Perlmutter
    Peters
    Peterson
    Pingree
    Pocan
    Polis
    Price (NC)
    Quigley
    Raskin
    Reichert (WA)
    Rice (NY)
    Richmond
    Ros-Lehtinen
    Rosen
    Roybal-Allard
    Ruiz
    Ruppersberger
    Rush
    Ryan (OH)
    Sánchez
    Sarbanes
    Schakowsky
    Schiff
    Schneider
    Schrader
    Scott (VA)
    Scott, David
    Serrano
    Sewell (AL)
    Shea-Porter
    Sherman
    Sinema
    Sires
    Slaughter
    Smith (NJ)
    Smith (WA)
    Soto
    Speier
    Suozzi
    Swalwell (CA)
    Takano
    Thompson (CA)
    Thompson (MS)
    Titus
    Tonko
    Torres
    Tsongas
    Turner
    Vargas
    Veasey
    Vela
    Velázquez
    Visclosky
    Walz
    Wasserman Schultz
    Waters, Maxine
    Watson Coleman
    Welch
    Wilson (FL)
    Yarmuth

    —- NOT VOTING    1 —

     

    Newhouse

  • Three Cheers for President Trump

    President Trump announced Saturday he will not be attending this year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.

    “I will not be attending the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner this year. Please wish everyone well and have a great evening!” Trump tweeted.

    PRESIDENT TRUMP HAS MORE IMPORTANT THINGS TO DO,

    Then laughing with his enemies.

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    April 30, 2011 The White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner

    The NOW  President Donald J. Trump was savagely mocked

    by the then, NOW X President Obama.

    Many a Truth was spoken in jest at White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.

    Obama’s jokes at Trump’s expense are even more remarkable in retrospect

    Poetic Justice: Obama is  experiencing a fitting or deserved retribution for his actions.

    OBAMA’S INFAMOUS LAST WORDS

    Obama begins the roasting of Trump, saying: “Donald Trump is here tonight!  (Laughter and applause.)

    Michele Bachmann actually predicted that I would bring about the biblical end of days.  (Laughter.)  Now that’s a legacy!

    Being “Black-ish” only makes you popular for so long.  Trust me.  (Laughter.)  There’s a shelf life to that thing.  (Laughter.)

    Obama said… But all kidding aside, obviously, we all know about your credentials and breadth of experience.  (Laughter.)  For example — no, seriously, but you, Mr. Trump, recognized that the real problem was a lack of leadership

    The Donald. Now he can get to focusing on the issues that matter.

    Obama said….Anyway, being President is never easy. I still have to fix a broken immigration system, issue veto threats, negotiate with Iran -– all while finding time to pray five times a day.  (Laughter.)  Which is strenuous.  (Laughter and applause).

    Obama tells the crowd: “Say what you will about Mr. Trump, he certainly would bring some change to the White House.”

    And these are the kinds of decisions that would keep me up at night.

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    2011 OBAMA ROASTS TRUMP 2016 TRUMP TAKES OBAMA’S JOB

    Poetic Justice: Obama is  experiencing a fitting or deserved retribution for his actions.

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    Finance Reporter
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    Mr. Trump, who appeared unsmiling throughout most of the annual dinner on Saturday night, acknowledged his occasional discomfort (“I am not looking to laugh along with my enemies”) but said he viewed the rough treatment as a measure of the fear he had struck in the Washington establishment.

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    Many have speculated that Obama’s  and Meyer’s remarks at the 2011 White House Correspondents’ Association dinner fueled TRUMP’S  desire to enter the political arena.

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    Seth Meyers infamous last words…

    Donald Trump has been saying he will run for President as a Republican, which is surprising since I just assumed he was running as a joke.

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    Jun 16, 2015 They All Laughed

    Donald Trump Presidential Announcement Full Speech 6/16/15 …

    ▶ 51:15

    Jun 16, 2015 – Uploaded by Donald J. Trump for President

    Today I officially declared my candidacy for President of the United States. Watch … Donald Trump …

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    Jun 16, 2015 They All Laughed

    Posted on November 27, 2016 3:54 pm by Pearl Rains Hewett

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    2011 TRUMP SAID (“I am not looking to laugh along with my enemies”)

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    Oct 25, 2016 President Obama visited Jimmy Kimmel

    President Obama participated in Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets” where guests read the awful things people say about them on Twitter.” but the very last one was from the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump:

    “President Obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States.” 

    Oct 25, 2016 Obama laughed off Trump’s schoolyard insult and responded, “Well, at least I’ll go down as a president.” Ha!  

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    NOV 11, 2016 DONALD TRUMP MAY HAVE HAD THE LAST LAUGH, since he won the presidency Tuesday Nov. 8 over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

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    FEB 2017 President Trump announced Saturday he will not be attending this year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner.

    Poetic Justice: a fitting or deserved retribution for their actions.

    THREE CHEERS FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP

    FEB 26, 2017 WHO’S GOT THE LAST LAUGH NOW..