How they voted: HR 1473 Fiscal 2011 Continuing Appropriations

Boehner’s Budget Deal: House Roll Call Vote 268

by Dick Morris

Three-quarters of the freshman class of Republican Congressmen – the group that was going to change America – succumbed to party pressure and voted to accept the Boehner sellout deal he struck with President Obama. How disappointing for those of us who worked hard to elect them and vested such hopes for change in their candidacies.

We cannot read the names of those who folded without a sense of exquisite pain. These were the people who were going to change Washington. Now it is evident that Washington is changing them.

It is not only the paltry nature of the $39 billion in cuts they accepted or even that they broke the basic campaign promise – and premise – on which they were elected, but that they were too frightened to use the lever available to them – shutting down the government. The Republicans would have won that fight. We had hoped that those freshmen who battled the odds so bravely to secure their seats would continue to fight just as vigorously to save America from fiscal ruin, but it was not to be…

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Adams (FL-24)
Amash (MI-03)
Bachmann (MN-06)
Barton, J. (TX-06)
Blackburn, M. (TN-07)
Broun (GA-10)
Chabot (OH-01)
Chaffetz (UT-03)
Cravaack (MN-08)
Duncan, Jeff (SC-03)
Duncan, John (TN-02)
Flake (AZ-06)
Fleming (LA-04)
Forbes (VA-04)
Franks, T. (AZ-02)
Gardner (CO-04)
Garrett (NJ-05)
Gowdy (SC-04)
Graves, T. (GA-09)
Griffith (VA-09)
Harris (MD-01)
Heller (NV-02)
Huelskamp (KS-01)
Huizenga (MI-02)
Hurt (VA-05)
Johnson, Timothy (IL-15)
Jordan (OH-04)
King, S. (IA-05)
Kingston, J. (GA-01)
Labrador (ID-01)
Lamborn (CO-05)
Long (MO-07)
Mack (FL-14)
McClintock (CA-04)
McCotter (MI-11)
McHenry (NC-10)
Miller, C. (MI-10)
Mulvaney (SC-05)
Neugebauer (TX-19)
Paul, Ron (TX-14)
Pearce (NM-02)
Pence (IN-06)
Poe (TX-02)
Quayle (AZ-03)
Rehberg (MT-AL)
Rigell (VA-02)
Ross, D. (FL-12)
Schmidt (OH-02)
Schweikert (AZ-05)
Scott, T. (SC-01)
Southerland (FL-02)
Stutzman (IN-03)
Tipton (CO-03)
Walsh (IL-08)
West, A. (FL-22)
Wilson, J. (SC-02)
Yoder (KS-03)

Martha Roby (AL-02)
Mo Brooks (AL-05)
Paul Gosar (AZ-01)
Rick Crawford (AR-01)
Tim Griffin (AR-02)
Steve Womack (AR-03)
Jeff Denham (CA-19)
Rich Nugent (FL-05)
Daniel Webster (FL-08)
Mario Diaz-Balart, M. (FL-21)
David Rivera (FL-25)
Rob Woodall (GA-07)
Austin Scott (GA-08)
Robert Dold (IL-10)
Adam Kinzinger (IL-11)
Randy Hultgren (IL-14)
Bobby Schilling (IL-17)
Todd Rokita (IN-04)
Larry Bucshon (IN-08)
Todd Young (IN-09)
Mike Pompeo (KS-04)
Jeff Landry (LA-03)
Dan Benishek (MI-01)
Tim Walberg (MI-07)
Alan Nunnelee (MS-01)
Steven M. Palazzo (MS-04)
Vicky Hartzler (MO-04)
Joe Heck (NV-03)
Frank Guinta (NH-01)
Charles Bass (NH-02)
Joe Runyan (NJ-03)
Michael G. Grimm (NY-13)
Nan Hayworth (NY-19)
Chris Gibson (NY-20)
Richard Hanna (NY-24)
Ann Marie Buerkle (NY-25)
Tom Reed (NY-29)
Renee Ellmers (NC-02)
Rick Berg (ND-AL)
Bill Johnson (OH-06)
Steve Stivers (OH-15)
James B. Renacci (OH-16)
Bob Gibbs (OH-18)
James Lankford (OK-05)
Mike Kelly (PA-03)
Patrick Meehan (PA-07)
Michael G. Fitzpatrick (PA-08)
Tom Marino (PA-10)
Lou Barletta (PA-11)
Kristi Noem (SD-AL)
Chuck Fleischmann (TN-03)
Scott DesJarlais (TN-04)
Diane Black (TN-06)
Stephen Fincher (TN-08)
Bill Flores (TX-17)
Francisco “Quico” Canseco (TX-23)
Blake Farenthold (TX-27)
Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA-03)
David B. McKinley (WV-01)
Sean P. Duffy (WI-07)
Reid Ribble (WI-08)

[source: CQ]

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