Reverse The Vote!: a reminder.
The subject came up yesterday about what specific funds groups like the NRCC can or cannot collect on their phone calls. You see, there is a section of the GOP base that is simultaneously mad at the national committees and aware that said committees do in fact provide support for worthy Congressional candidates; unfortunately, it turns out that the FEC regulations are – surprise, surprise! | Read More »
How to have fun in Congress.
House version (Via Instapundit): Congressmen John Carter[*] (R-TX) and Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA) yesterday introduced the Geithner Penalty Waiver Act, requiring that the IRS assess the same penalty against U.S. taxpayers that came forward in the UBS tax fraud investigation as paid by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner for failing to pay taxes on his IMF income — zero. Pretty self-explanatory, isn’t it? I like Rep. Carter. | Read More »
Reverse the Vote!
Reverse the Vote! is a program set up to specifically target 24 Democrats who voted for health care rationing, and against their constituents’ desires, last week. The list is entertaining: Arcuri NY 24 Bean IL 8 Berry AR 1 Bishop NY 1 Carnahan MO 3 Connolly VA 11 Dahlkemper PA 3 Donnelly IN 2 Driehaus OH 1 Ellsworth IN 8 Foster IL 14 Giffords AZ | Read More »