Ron Paul Speech on Bailout

Posted by on Sep 29, 2008 in American Economy, Bailout, Dollars & Sense, Economy, Falling Dollar, Ron Paul, US Dollar | 1 comment

“The most serious mistake that could be made here today is to blaim free market capitalism for this problem.  This has nothing to do with free market capitalism.”

“If you destroy the dollar you’re going to destroy a worldwide economy.”

Go get ‘um Ron Paul! Here is the complete Ron Paul Speech:

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The bailout failed, but I am sure Ron Paul will get another chance to speak when the house pushes another ill conceived package.

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House of Representatives Bailout Vote – Who Voted Yea & Nay

Posted by on Sep 29, 2008 in Bailout, Economy, In the News, Voting Record | 5 comments

House of Representatives Bailout Vote - Who Voted Yea & Nay

Is your Rep fighting for you or against you?  See exactly who voted Yea or Nay for the Bailout.

Yea House Representative Votes

Ackerman

Allen

Andrews

Arcuri

Bachus

Baird

Baldwin

Bean

Berman

Berry

Bishop (GA)

Bishop (NY)

Blunt

Boehner

Bonner

Bono Mack

Boozman

Boren

Boswell

Boucher

Boyd (FL)

Brady (PA)

Brady (TX)

Brown (SC)

Brown, Corrine

Calvert

Camp (MI)

Campbell (CA)

Cannon

Cantor

Capps

Capuano

Cardoza

Carnahan

Castle

Clarke

Clyburn

Cohen

Cole (OK)

Cooper

Costa

Cramer

Crenshaw

Crowley

Cubin

Davis (AL)

Davis (CA)

Davis (IL)

Davis, Tom

DeGette

DeLauro

Dicks

Dingell

Donnelly

Doyle

Dreier

Edwards (TX)

Ehlers

Ellison

Ellsworth

Emanuel

Emerson

Engel

Eshoo

Etheridge

Everett

Farr

Fattah

Ferguson

Fossella

Foster

Frank (MA)

Gilchrest

Gonzalez

Gordon

Granger

Gutierrez

Hall (NY)

Hare

Harman

Hastings (FL)

Herger

Higgins

Hinojosa

Hobson

Holt

Honda

Hooley

Hoyer

Inglis (SC)

Israel

Johnson, E. B.

Kanjorski

Kennedy

Kildee

Kind

King (NY)

Kirk

Klein (FL)

Kline (MN)

LaHood

Langevin

Larsen (WA)

Larson (CT)

Levin

Lewis (CA)

Lewis (KY)

Loebsack

Lofgren, Zoe

Lowey

Lungren, Daniel E.

Mahoney (FL)

Maloney (NY)

Markey

Marshall

Matsui

McCarthy (NY)

McCollum (MN)

McCrery

McDermott

McGovern

McHugh

McKeon

McNerney

McNulty

Meek (FL)

Meeks (NY)

Melancon

Miller (NC)

Miller, Gary

Miller, George

Mollohan

Moore (KS)

Moore (WI)

Moran (VA)

Murphy (CT)

Murphy, Patrick

Murtha Nadler

Neal (MA)

Oberstar

Obey

Olver

Pallone

Pelosi

Perlmutter

Peterson (PA)

Pickering

Pomeroy

Porter

Price (NC)

Pryce (OH)

Putnam

Radanovich

Rahall

Rangel

Regula

Reyes

Reynolds

Richardson

Rogers (AL)

Rogers (KY)

Ross

Ruppersberger

Ryan (OH)

Ryan (WI)

Sarbanes

Saxton

Schakowsky

Schwartz

Sessions

Sestak

Shays

Simpson

Sires

Skelton

Slaughter

Smith (TX)

Smith (WA)

Snyder

Souder

Space

Speier

Spratt

Tancredo

Tanner

Tauscher

Towns

Tsongas

Upton

Van Hollen

Velázquez

Walden (OR)

Walsh (NY)

Wasserman Schultz

Waters

Watt

Waxman

Weiner

Weldon (FL)

Wexler

Wilson (NM)

Wilson (OH)

Wilson (SC)

Wolf

Nay House Representative Votes

Abercrombie

Aderholt

Akin

Alexander

Altmire

Baca

Bachmann

Barrett (SC)

Barrow

Bartlett (MD)

Barton (TX)

Becerra

Berkley

Biggert

Bilbray

Bilirakis

Bishop (UT)

Blackburn

Blumenauer

Boustan

Boyda (KS)

Braley (IA)

Broun (GA)

Brown-Waite, Ginn

Buchanan

Burgess

Burton (IN)

Butterfield

Buyer

Capito

Carney

Carson

Carter

Castor

Cazayoux

Chabot

Chandler

Childers

Clay

Cleave

Coble

Conaway

Conyers

Costello

Courtney

Cuellar

Culberson

Cummings

Davis (KY)

Davis, David

Davis, Lincoln

Deal (GA)

DeFazio

Delahunt

Dent

Diaz-Balart, L.

Diaz-Balart, M.

Doggett

Doolittle

Drake

Duncan

Edwards (MD)

English (PA)

Fallin

Feeney

Filner

Flake

Forbes

Fortenberry

Foxx

Franks (AZ)

Frelinghuysen

Gallegly

Garrett (NJ)

Gerlach

Giffords

Gillibrand

Gingrey

Gohmert

Goode

Goodlatte

Graves

Green, Al

Green, Gene

Grijalva

Hall (TX)

Hastings (WA)

Hayes

Heller

Hensarling

Herseth Sandlin

Hill

Hinchey

Hirono

Hodes

Hoekstra

Holden

Hulshof

Hunter

Inslee

Issa

Jackson (IL)

Jackson-Lee (TX)

Jefferson

Johnson (GA)

Johnson (IL)

.Johnson, Sam

Jones (NC)

Jordan

Kagen

Kaptur

Keller

Kilpatrick

King (IA)

Kingston

Knollenberg

Kucinich

Kuhl (NY)

Lamborn

Lampson

Latham

LaTourette

Latta

Lee

Lewis (GA)

Linder

Lipinski

LoBiondo

Lucas

Lynch

Mack

Manzullo

Marchant

Matheson

McCarthy (CA)

McCaul (TX)

McCotter

McHenry

McIntyre

McMorris Rodgers

Mica

Michaud

Miller (FL)

Miller (MI)

Mitchell

Moran (KS)

Murphy, Tim

Musgrave

Myrick

Napolitano

Neugebauer

Nunes

Ortiz

Pascrell

Pastor

Paul

Payne

Pearce

Pence

Peterson (MN)

Petri

Pitts

Platts

Poe

Price (GA)

Ramstad

Rehberg

Reichert

Renzi

Rodriguez

Rogers (MI)

Rohrabacher

Ros-Lehtinen

Roskam

Rothman

Roybal-Allard

Royce

Rush

Salazar

Sali

Sánchez, Linda T.

Sanchez, Loretta

Scalise

Schiff

Schmidt

Scott (GA)

Scott (VA)

Sensenbrenner

Serrano

Shadegg

Shea-Porter

Sherman

Shimkus

Shuler

Shuster

Smith (NE)

Smith (NJ)

Solis

Stark

Stearns

Stupak

Sullivan

Sutton

Taylor

Terry

Thompson (CA)

Thompson (MS)

Thornberry

Tiahrt

Tiberi

Tierney

Turner

Udall (CO)

Udall (NM)

Visclosky

Walberg

Walz (MN)

Wamp

Watson

Welch (VT)

Westmoreland

Whitfield (KY)

Wittman (VA)

Woolsey

Wu

Yarmuth

Young (AK)

Young (FL)

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House Bailout Bill Fails

Posted by on Sep 29, 2008 in Bailout, Economy, In the News | 15 comments

House of Representatives Bailout VoteThe House of Representatives vote NAY on the Bailout Bill. Lawmakers can change their vote. The roll call can remain open for another 20 minutes so that some reps could be strong armed to change their vote. The margin of victory for the nay votes is at 23% and it would be extremely difficult to change the minds of enough representatives.

Did your House of Representatives delegate vote the right way? House of Representatives Bailout Vote

Republicans are blaiming the Pelosi Speech for the bailout failing.  For a sound argument against the bailout you can’t beat Ron Paul: Ron Paul speech before the bailout vote.

The DOW is in constant fluctuaion,

  • now down 513 points
  • down 504 points. It’s going up and down.
  • down 507 points.
  • down 450 points.

The vote is still open until the chair “President of the House” closes it. It will take 13 more members to move over to the Yea side for the Bailout bill to pass.

While writing this one vote has now changed, 227 Nay and 205 Yeah votes. Someone has gotten the strong arm beat down.

Holy Sheep! The vote has changed again! Now it’s 226 Nay and the DOW is down 392.

How many more votes will change I don’t know, but you can bet your Trillion of dollars shady stuff is going on at the voting floor.

UPDATE 3:03pm EST: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi Speech declares “Martial Law”?

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