Own it. Embrace it. Swallow it. The House version of the $1.1 trillion Generational Theft Act of 2009 is all the Democrats’ doing now.
Not one Republican voted for it. (1 Republican had to leave early).
177 Republicans and 11 Democrats opposed.
No bending over today.
Finally. A party of opposition worth its name.
And now… on to the squishes in the Senate.
Savor this while you can.
Kudos to the GOP leadership for showing some spine. More, please.
Mega-kudos to the conservative staffers on the Hill behind the scenes standing up for what’s right and providing intellectual and informational ammunition to the grass-roots.
And bailout-sized kudos to each and every one of you who made your voice heard.
Gird your loins. We’ve only just begun.
Allahpundit’s got the lowdown.
Dems who voted NAY: Griffith, Peterson, Boyd, Bright, Kanjorski, Kratovil, Cooper, Taylor, Ellsworth, Minnick, and Shuler.
Now, that’s bipartisanship we can believe in!
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