Globalist Republican Senators (GOPe) Who Voted For Unlimited Spending Bill…



Here’s the list of “Republican” Senators who voted for an unlimited spending bill through March 2017:

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REMINDER ♦ With control of the House and Senate did Majority Leader Mitch McConnell or House Speaker John Boehner use the same level of severity expressed by Harry Reid to put an ObamaCare repeal bill on the desk of Obama for veto?  Simply, NO.

Why not?  If for nothing but to accept and follow the will of the people.  Despite the probability of an Obama veto, this was not a matter of option.  While the method might have been “symbolic”, due to the almost guaranteed veto, it would have stood as a promise fulfilled.

We are not blind to the maneuverings of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and President Tom Donohue.  We are fully aware the repeal vote did not take place because the U.S. CoC demanded the retention of Obamacare.

Leader McConnell followed the legislative priority of Tom Donohue as opposed to the will of the people.   This was again exemplified with the passage of TPPA, another Republican construct which insured the Trans-Pacific Trade Deal could pass the Senate with 51 votes instead of 3/5ths.

We are not blind to the reality that when McConnell chooses to change the required voting threshold he is apt to do so.  Not coincidentally, the TPP trade deal is another legislative priority of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

♦ Another bill, the Iran “agreement”, reportedly and conveniently not considered a “treaty”, again we are not blind.  Nor are we blind to Republican Bob Corker’s amendment (Corker/Cardin Amendment) changing ratification to a 67-vote-threshold for denial, as opposed to a customary 67 vote threshold for passage.  A profound difference.

We are, and should be, questioning the principles of Mitch McConnell, and Bob Corker; both of whom apparently working to deny the will of the electorate within the party they are supposed to represent.

♦ Lisa Murkowski?  A senator who can lose her Republican primary bid, yet run as a write-in candidate, and return to the Senate with full seniority and committee responsibilities?

Did any republican member of leadership meet the returning Murkowski and demand an affirmation of principle within the Republican party?  No, because they are without principle themselves lest we forget minority leader Mitch McConnell working to re-elect Senator Thad Cochran, fundraising on his behalf in the spring/summer of 2014, even after Cochran lost the first Mississippi primary?

Then came the NRSC spending money on racist attack ads, paying Democrats to vote in the second primary to defeat Republican Chris McDaniel.  What principle is being upheld considering the “R” in NRSC is “Republican”.

♦ Virginia 2012, 2013 – When the conservative principle-driven electorate changed the method of candidate selection to a convention and removed the party stranglehold on their “chosen candidates”.  Remember that?  We do.

What did McConnell, the RNC and the GOP do in response with Ken Cuccinelli? They actively spited him, and removed funding from his campaign.   To teach us a lesson in GOP principle?   We learned that lesson.   Representative David Brat was part of that lesson learned and answer delivered.

♦ Who cut the tax rates on lower margin incomes by 50% thereby removing any tax liability from the bottom 20% wage earners? While simultaneously expanding the role of government dependency programs?  That would be the GOP (“Bush Tax Cuts”)

The “Bush Tax Cuts” removed tax liability from the bottom 20 to 40% of income earners completely. Leaving the entirety of tax burden on the upper 60% wage earners. Currently, thanks to those cuts, 49% of tax filers pay ZERO federal income tax.

But long term it’s much worse. The “Bush Tax Cuts” were, in essence, created to stop the post 9/11/01 recession – and they contained a “sunset provision” which ended ten years later specifically because the tax cuts were unsustainable.

obama_delivers budget_The expiration of the lower margin tax cuts then became an argument in the election cycle of 2012. And as usual, the GOP, McConnell and Boehner were insufferably inept during this process.

The GOP (2002) removed tax liability from the lower income levels, and President Obama then (2009) lowered the income threshold for economic subsidy (welfare, food stamps, ebt, medicaid, etc) this was brutally predictable.

This lower revenue higher spending approach means – lower tax revenues and increased pressure on the top tax rates (wage earners)  with the increased demand for tax spending created within the welfare programs.  Republicans focus on the “spending” without ever admitting they, not the Democrats, lowered rates and set themselves up to be played with the increased need for social program spending, simultaneously.

Is this reality/outcome not ultimately a “tax the rich” program?

As a consequence what’s the difference between the Republicans and Democrats on taxes?   All of a sudden Republicans are arguing to “broaden the tax base”.  Meaning, reverse the tax cuts they created on the lower income filers?  This is a conservative position now?  A need to “tax the poor”?   How nice of Republicans to insure the Democrats have an atomic sledgehammer to use against them.

This is a principle?

Here’s a list of those modern conservative “small(er) government” principles:

• Did the GOP secure the border with control of the White House and Congress? NO.
• Did the GOP balance the budget with control of the White House and Congress? NO.

• Who gave us the TSA? The GOP
• Who gave us the Patriot Act? The GOP
• Who expanded Medicare to include prescription drug coverage? The GOP
• Who created the precursor of “Common Core” in “Race To the Top”? The GOP

• Who facilitated the Iranian Nuclear deal?  The GOP
• Who facilitated the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership? The GOP

• Who played the race card in Mississippi to re-elect Thad Cochran? The GOP
• Who paid Democrats to vote in the Mississippi primary? The GOP
• Who refused to support Ken Cuccinnelli in Virginia? The GOP

• Who supported Charlie Crist? The GOP
• Who supported Arlen Spector? The GOP
• Who supported Bob Bennett? The GOP

• Who worked against Marco Rubio? The GOP
• Who worked against Rand Paul? The GOP
• Who worked against Ted Cruz? The GOP
• Who worked against Mike Lee? The GOP
• Who worked against Jim DeMint? The GOP
• Who worked against Ronald Reagan? The GOP

• Who said “I think we are going to crush [the Tea Party] everywhere.”? The GOP (Mitch McConnell)… and who else said recently the Tea Party needs to be eliminated/destroyed?  Tom Donohue, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

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… Yeah, funny that !

Representative Paul Ryan – The Chamber of Commerce Candidate

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124 Responses to Globalist Republican Senators (GOPe) Who Voted For Unlimited Spending Bill…

  1. Voltaire's Crack says:

    Well at least Rubio showed up. I guess we should be happy. Meh. Hopefully he remembered to wear his “Hello my name is Marco” nametag.

    Liked by 6 people

  2. Doodahdaze says:

    You are a prisoner in a room with 2 doors and 2 guards. One of the doors will guide you to freedom and behind the other is a hangman — you don’t know which is which.

    One of the guards always tells the truth and the other always lies. You don’t know which one is the truth-teller or the liar either.

    You have to choose and open one of these doors, but you can only ask a single question from one of the guards.

    What do you ask to lead you to the door of freedom?


    • Voltaire's Crack says:

      Which door would the other guard say opens to freedom?


    • CatherinesMom says:

      Mention there is a happy hour will serve free beer in next 15 minutes. Then follow THAT guard.

      Ask: What would your colleague say if I asked which was the door to freedom?
      Then do the opposite.


    • Nessie509 says:

      Which door leads to Trump Tower?
      The liar will just point to the hangman door. The truthful one will open the freedom door.


    • JeremyR says:

      If I asked you which door leads to freedom, what would you tell me?


    • texasgypsy53 says:

      I’d ask the guard “Do ya know there is a three alarm fire in this building?”


    • woohoowee says:

      Dear Lord, will you please show me the way? Amen.


    • Doodahdaze says:

      hint: diagram


    • Doodahdaze says:

      Now. According to the above information, we are prisoners of the GOP E. There is only one way out. They lie like hell. We know they always lie. Each and every time. We can go only one way, or the other. But, there is only one question we can ask to save ourselves.


    • texasgypsy53 says:

      Which door leads to the hang man? The honest one wi) tellya and the liar will say opposite door.


      • Doodahdaze says:

        warm but you will get your neck stretched.


      • Doodahdaze says:

        What Q do you ask?


        • Doodahdaze says:

          Choose a guard and ask him, “If I asked you ‘are you standing in front of the freedom door?’, would your reply be ‘yes’?”
          • If you choose the truthful guard, he will give you an honest answer. Enter his door if he says “yes” and enter the other door otherwise.
          • If you choose the liar, he will lie about what his reply would be. Since that reply is also a lie, the two lies cancel out. Enter his door if he says “yes” and enter the other door otherwise.

          Liked by 2 people

          • texasgypsy53 says:

            I still say,holler “fire,and watch em both run out the same door. And follow……lol

            Liked by 3 people

          • Former Lurker says:

            OK, it’s only sort of related, but my Ted Cruz moment of truth happened when I realized that he’s depending on the Supreme Court to allow him to take office.

            He’s publicly called for electoral oversight of the Justices, and if he means it and he’s truly off the GOPe reservation and an outsider who will kick behind and take names once he’s President, then the Black Robes rule him out.

            The only way he gets past that is to pretend that he’s the lap dog who is being allowed to bark, and then lower his false flag once the Supreme Court gives him the thumbs up on eligibility, and to counter that the uniparty would simply tell the Black Robes to hold off on a ruling and use the birth issue as a Sword of Damocles to control him during his term.

            One of you logic gurus tell me where I’m wrong. I know you can change the parameters by assuming the Supremes are impartial and independent of the power brokers, but I’m really only looking for plausible scenarios.


            • haypa2haypa2 says:

              I’m not good with logic puzzles, but your problem is the birth issue. Any one born anywhere in the world to an American parent is a ‘natural born American’ as if he was born in Boston of 5th generation parents on both sides of the family. I thought this issue was settled long ago. This is how Obama is an American….doesn’t matter where he was born, his mom was an American. I can’t stand Obama.


      • bertdilbert says:

        You ask one guard to ask the other the question. If you ask the liar to ask the other guard the door to freedom, he will ask the guard the door to hangman because he is a liar and will point to the hangman door. If the person you asked was the truth teller and he asked the other guard the liar, the liar would tell you the hangman door. So the other door is the door to freedom. So no matter what door you ask for from either guard, by the time it travels through both the answer will be the wrong answer from the question you asked.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Voltaire's Crack says:

          Yeah. I think multiple people hit the same logic and result, though semantics of the questions may have varied.

          Liked by 2 people

          • bertdilbert says:

            I should win a prize. Dood, what did I win? 🙂

            Liked by 1 person

          • Apollo says:

            This logic puzzle is as old as the hills and he has been given the correct answer (which is, “Which would the other guard say is the door to freedom?” followed by doing the opposite) several times but keeps saying “nope”–either he doesn’t really understand it or he’s just being cantankerous.


        • flyanddive says:

          Yes, you ask one of the guards, “what door would the other guard tell me leads to freedom?”. Whatever the answer is, you choose the opposite door.

          Liked by 1 person

    • shipley130 says:

      Ask one of the guards to open one of the doors.


  3. R-C says:

    I was stunned to see my republican senator actually voted “NO”. Every now and then, a blind squirrel finds a nut.

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Hetter SteelStroke says:

    So this is a list of the “Butt Crust” of the Uniparty?


  5. WeeWeed says:

    And Miss Lindsey, rocket surgeon that he is, votes YES on this flaming bag of dog- while running for President. Well played, Miz Graham, well played. 🙄

    Liked by 8 people

  6. rhobin8301 says:

    Mine voted for it…no big shock there, unfortunately 😦


  7. Prothonotary Warbler says:

    Apparently, GOP actually stands for Global Order of Progressives or something like that.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. truthandjustice says:

    Former CO Congressman, Tom Tancredo ranting about the Establishment and that he is quitting the GOP – however, he is endorsing Ted Cruz.

    “ has become obvious that the Republican establishment simply has no intention of ever fulfilling promises made in platforms and campaign speeches. To their mind, there are elections, and then there is “governing,” and governing to them means not messing with a gargantuan government on autopilot.

    The Republican establishment does not want to control spending.
    It does not want to secure the borders or enforce immigration laws.
    It does not care about American sovereignty.
    It has no interest in ending the unaccountable and corrupt culture that has become a hallmark of official Washington.”

    Liked by 5 people

    • annieoakley says:

      He is correct. The Republican Party is in a shambles especially in Colorado.

      Liked by 1 person

    • lindenleelady says:

      Tancredo has always been one of the good ones.

      Liked by 1 person

    • amjean says:

      Cruz voted for TPA; that is corruption right there.


    • RP says:

      Don’t fall for it. Tancredo is trying to get people to follow lead and switch registration to Independent, locking them out of voting in closed primaries LIKE HIS HOE STATE Colorado.

      On Breitbart, found this very telling comment:

      “Don’t know if this has been mentioned in the 2600 previous comments, but Tancredo is not a friend of Liberty or of the TEA Party. In 2010 here in Colorado Dan Maes of the TEA Party won the Republican nomination for governor fair and square. He went through the precinct caucus, County Assembly, State Convention, and State Primary and won them all by defeating the GOPe candidates. Which appalled the GOPe in Colorado.
      The state Republican Party refused to work with their own duly nominated candidate at all. Knowing that a split in the party would elect the Democrat, they had Tancredo leave the Republican party, register in the Constitution Party, and cut a deal with them. As a minor party, they could name their candidate at will. In return for naming Tancredo as the Constitution Party’s governor candidate, the Republican party financed their governor’s and other candidates’ campaigns, and sent their donors there. Tancredo ran as “the true conservative”, and split the vote to elect the Democrat [ by defeating their own candidate] as intended by the Republican party. The day after the election, Tancredo returned to the Republican party and sat at the right hand of the powerful. Trusting him to be anything but an agent of the GOPe is not wise.”

      Liked by 1 person

      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Excellent. THAT is some real intel on the guy. He’s either a player or a perfect patsy – either way, not to be trusted.

        And worse still, that is a national-level example of Uniparty foul play, on par with the Cochran and Cuccinelli betrayals.


      • R-C says:

        I’m onto that scam, and you just exposed ME as a ‘RINO’!!

        I will be registered as a republican until I vote in this year’s primary and secure VICTORY for Donald J. Trump, after which I’m bolting this train-wreck of a party and going independent–until a more suitable & viable party turns up that fits my philosophy and doesn’t make me gag.

        Ergo, I am the very definition of “republican in name only”. And proud of it! 🙂


      • FedUP says:

        Tancredo also supports the National Popular Vote. A horrible idea, that will ensure that Democrats will win the Presidency for generations to come—of course, with democrat electorate manipulation, we are almost at that point anyway.


      • WSB says:

        Absolutely. That is why I am retaining my Republican membership and will vote for Trump in the primaries. Would have considered Cruz but his stance on the TPTA. Non-starter.


  9. nimrodman says:

    Defector here. Some well-stated points.

    Former Congressman: I’m Quitting GOP – Breitbart

    Liked by 1 person

  10. itsy_bitsy says:

    The corrupt behavior of the GOPe and it’s leaders is something that must be dealt with as soon as possible! Not a single one should be returned to office when their next election rolls around! In the meantime a spot light should shine day and night on their every crooked move! The mafia has taken charge and the god father’s name is Mitch McConnell! Somebody put a horses head in his bed! Well that may not be possible, but he needs to realize that he will lose his leadership as soon as we can possible bring it about!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Betty says:

      They think, and perhaps they are, impervious to retaliation by the people, since they have guaranteed unlimited financing from Donohue and the other Globalists. We are starting to see why they fought so hard against conservatives in 2014.

      But maybe, just maybe, we have Carl Ichan and his cohorts who are just as rich and a whole lot smarter then Tom (Smegal) Donohue.

      Liked by 1 person

    • phil fan says:

      New here and first time I’ve seen the whole list of betrayals laid out by SD. No Wonder people are upset and ready for new leadership. By the Grace of God along comes Mr Trump. And what a great community you all are here at the CTH. Thanks very much to Sundance and all of you.

      A little about me: I’ve been out of the US since 2008 and have missed the Obama years. Which proves God is good! Only now reconnecting with ‘politics’ and what a great place to come to and explore current issues from a conservative POV. Should a return to US with my newish second family be likely (and it might w/China playing expansionist games right off shore PI) I will be well equipped to stand my ground as a conservative. So many new friends in CTH make it possible. Thank you and looking forward to helping Mr Donald Trump ‘clean out the stables’.


  11. three by one says:

    GOPe senators in close contests for ’16 voted no.


    • PatriotKate says:

      Always the game they play. If they are up for re-election, they suddenly find their principles. NC Senator Burr predictably voted against because he’s an unpopular Senator up for re-election next year. Our newest traitor, Tillis, voted in favor of it.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Notmeagain says:

      McCain voted yes–he’s up next year–what does that tell you about AZ? Not sure why Flakey McPain Jr. didn’t, he’s even “more so.”


  12. charlie21751 says:

    I hope that God and the spirit of General Washington is still on the side of us outnumbered patriots. Some days are pretty bleak. Actually, most days are very bleak. We have to keep on fighting.

    Liked by 4 people

    • truthandjustice says:

      Amen and amen.
      I’m a distant relative of Washington (and some other Presidents/Founders) and Christian — as are many other millions and that is a comfort for me. I do think you can inherit “it” somehow. I’ve always been highly patriotic. Don’t know the numbers of course, but with unique, unprecedented Trump appearing at such a time as this – which is also unprecedented…..I tend to think it’s not just a coincidence and God is with us and Trump could likely be His “Trump Card” for us. Hang in there, keep praying, fighting, don’t give up!!!! I don’t think God has given up on America yet.

      Liked by 6 people

      • The Tundra PA says:

        Well said, t&j! I think Trump is blessed by God. We are witness to an historic moment in the life of our great nation, and Trump is truly the only one with the skills, the smarts, the guts, the instincts, and the loyalty to America to be the strong leader we so desperately need.

        Liked by 1 person

  13. Daniel says:

    I think that list needs to be tweeted as the “DoNotElect/Recall list”

    Liked by 3 people

  14. stella says:

    From Senator Mike Lee (Facebook):

    Last night while you were sleeping the Senate voted to steal $150 billion dollars from the Social Security Trust Fund. I joined 34 of my colleagues in a vote to prevent this raid. I would like to thank Senator Rand Paul for leading the fight to protect to Social Security from the thieves in Washington, who seem to think that if they steal from the American people at night while they are sleeping that they will get away with it. I was proud to vote with Senator Paul on his point of order that would have protected Social Security, and I ask you to help me shine a light on what Washington has tried to hide from you in the darkness of night.

    If everyone who sees this message shares it, it will reach millions of Americans. As someone who has been fighting for years to reform our broken government in Washington, I know it is exhausting, I sympathize with your frustration, and I understand your impatience. But don’t give up. Washington wants you to give up.

    Just remember, a vote to raid social security in the middle of the night in a desperate attempt to perpetuate an unsustainable spending addiction isn’t a sign of strength. It is a sign of weakness.

    Liked by 3 people

  15. winky says:

    Kelly Ayotte NH is a traitor who got endorsed by tea party and Sarah palin only to join forces with Mccain and Graham….She is a traitor

    Liked by 4 people

    • pdxlady says:

      Yes she is, and she is up for re-election in 2016. She needs to be a one term senator!


      • R-C says:

        Sadly, my home state of New Hampshire has gone pretty much full-on Loony Left. I saw this coming when the Great Massachusetts Exodus took place during Dukakis’ regime in the 80s.

        Back then, Mass holes were pouring over NH border in droves to escape the choking taxes in Mass. As soon as they arrived in the Live Free or Die state, they all breathed a collective sigh of relief at the low taxes and freedom endemic in NH. That didn’t last long–they all started clamoring for all the welfare and “free” goodies they left behind.

        And then they started organizing and entering politics. Before long, they owned the southern tier cities and towns, and they gave rise to such political hacks as Jean Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte, both liberal senators (no matter which party they caucus with).

        NH is now the “Live Free on Everybody Else” state. It’s disgusting.


  16. Doodahdaze says:

    It seems the word Trump, has bee banned from the FOX drive-by News Network.


    • progpoker says:

      Yeah, you’d think Reince came up with protesting further NBC debates on his own. He’s trying to get ahead of Trump, the Alpha male!!

      Liked by 1 person

      • texasgypsy53 says:

        Too late. Word already on the record that Trump called for a meeting with others first. Reince wasn’t invited..He should be calling Trump,and take whatever Trump deems as fit and proper for the candidates. He better hurry,and not make Trump go on a public rant about the RNC.


        • R-C says:

          One would think that someone in authority within the RNC/GOPe would get wise soon and position themselves to support Trump. He’s going to win, and when he does they’ll want to be in a position where they don’t face his wrath. I bet it’s none too comfortable in Trump’s cross-hairs–he is know to not “forgive and forget”.

          That “authority” at RNC won’t be Reince, though–he’s far too tied to the USCoC–and far too dim–to realize his goose is cooked.


  17. Piper says:

    …of course my corruptible, corrupted, crooked, no good lying senator alexander voted for it- I hate him. It’s so funny the NSA must be messing with me- anytime I try to comment onthis ite this is what m keyrokes stat to do its almost likethey don’t like me communicating on this site, as soon as I typed that sentence it stopped doing it- it’s been going on now for 2 weeks- doesn’t happen on any other site!!!! Yeah, I know you’re watching, keep doing it maybe you’ll come over to the right side!


  18. fred says:

    very conspicuous absence of his name. Do they know something or all really hurt over Jeb. hey they picked the loser thanks to Rove runnibg things over there. Rove and Priebus been serving losers for dinner quite a few years now. Why are they not long gone and still pulling dirty tricks…..


  19. Clc says:

    For some reason I knew john cornyn’s name would be there. Texans love him because he is conservative. Conservative/liberal as labels mean very little now.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. BillDes says:

    Will Trump balance the budget?


  21. squid2112 says:

    Of course, my craptastic Senator (Alexander) tops this list. I apologize to the rest of you.

    Liked by 4 people

  22. boomerbabe says:

    I thank God that my state senators did NOT vote for this monstrosity.


  23. insomniakat says:

    Look where all this money is going. I hope when Donald Trump is President he puts a stop to this insanity! I think this whole Climate Change Scam is one of the biggest threats, if not the biggest threat to our country and freedoms.

    Trump 2016!

    Liked by 1 person

  24. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Look at this list! Good grief! It’s like a Who’s Who of RINOdom! Every dubious name is there.

    Liked by 1 person

  25. moe ham head says:

    wait so those senators are repulicans ?????? lol
    america political system is a joke


  26. gettimothy says:

    Remember #KSSEN and #MSSEN fights? The GOPe went to the mat to get their rhinos in place. There they are: Roberts Ks and Cochran Ms

    Never again.


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