Saturday, August 7, 2010

Kagan Confirmed for Supreme Court – Vote Count Breakdown 63-37


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Five Republicans voted for unashamed socialist progressive Kagan. Certain so-called Conservative Republicans betrayed us: Lindsey Graham (South Carolina) and Richard Lugar (Indiana). Not sure rather New Hampshire Republican Judd Gregg, who also voted for Kagan, is supposed to be a conservative on not (forgive me for not being up to date on his conservative status).

And it didn't surprise me at all that Liberal Progressive Democrats..er I mean Republicans from Maine Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins voted for Kagan.

ALL THE OFFICIAL SENATE STATS ARE BELOW.

Real Conservative Republicans in Indiana, New Hampshire, Maine (Good Luck) and especially in South Carolina need to fight hard to replace these Senators with real Conservatives.

You might say why especially in South Carolina? Isn't Lindsey Graham usually a pretty decent conservative?

The Answer is  a resounding 'NO'  Lindsey is one of the master minds, partnering with Liberal Progressive Chuck Schumer and the White House, to bring us a National ID, with an RFID chip in it, that can be tracked by anyone, including the government, identity thieves, corporations, ect.

After a similar law, the 'Real ID Act' was rejected by a large number of states, those who wish to track and control you have come out with a Lindsey Graham, Schumer and the White House re-branding of the 'Real ID'.

With US citizens so worried about illegal immigration they (Graham and co-horts) are going to stick this in the new Immigration Reform Bill and sell it as the only way to stop the influx of illegals; to make every citizen have one to get a job, board a train, get a bank account, get free government hand outs, get Health Insurance and on and on and on.

This goes against everything our country stands for, privacy, the right to be left alone

Republicans, Conservatives and even many Democrats, used to be against any kind of papers please kind of National ID.

Shame on you Lindsey Graham.

South Carolina Republicans, Conservatives, Democrats, Independents and Libertarians vote that bum out!
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Final count: 63-37. Five Republicans and one Democrat defected.

111th Congress: Senate Vote #229 (Aug 5, 2010)
Confirming Elena Kagan of Massachusetts, to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the U.S.
Number: Senate Vote #229 in 2010 [primary source: senate.gov]
Date: Aug 5, 2010 3:30PM
Result: Nomination Confirmed
Totals Democrats Republicans Independents All Votes
Needed To Win
Yea: 63 (63%)
56 5 2
Nay: 37 (37%) 1 36 0
Present: 0 (0%) 0 0 0
Not Voting: 0 (0%) 0 0 0
Required: Simple Majority of 100 votes (=51 votes)
(Vacancies in Congress will affect vote totals.)

Vote Details

Standard Projection
Horizontal bars indicate the two senators from a state voted differently.

Vote State Representative
Alabama

Nay AL Sessions, Jefferson [R]
Nay AL Shelby, Richard [R]
Alaska
Yea AK Begich, Mark [D]
Nay AK Murkowski, Lisa [R]
Arizona
Nay AZ Kyl, Jon [R]
Nay AZ McCain, John [R]
Arkansas
Yea AR Lincoln, Blanche [D]
Yea AR Pryor, Mark [D]
California
Yea CA Boxer, Barbara [D]
Yea CA Feinstein, Dianne [D]
Colorado
Yea CO Bennet, Michael [D]
Yea CO Udall, Mark [D]
Connecticut
Yea CT Dodd, Christopher [D]
Yea CT Lieberman, Joseph [I]
Delaware
Yea DE Carper, Thomas [D]
Yea DE Kaufman, Edward [D]
Florida
Nay FL LeMieux, George [R]
Yea FL Nelson, Bill [D]
Georgia
Nay GA Chambliss, Saxby [R]
Nay GA Isakson, John [R]
Hawaii
Yea HI Akaka, Daniel [D]
Yea HI Inouye, Daniel [D]
Idaho
Nay ID Crapo, Michael [R]
Nay ID Risch, James [R]
Illinois
Yea IL Burris, Roland [D]
Yea IL Durbin, Richard [D]
Indiana
Yea IN Bayh, Evan [D]
Yea IN Lugar, Richard [R]
Iowa
Nay IA Grassley, Charles [R]
Yea IA Harkin, Thomas [D]
Kansas
Nay KS Brownback, Samuel [R]
Nay KS Roberts, Pat [R]
Kentucky
Nay KY Bunning, Jim [R]
Nay KY McConnell, Mitch [R]
Louisiana
Yea LA Landrieu, Mary [D]
Nay LA Vitter, David [R]
Maine
Yea ME Collins, Susan [R]
Yea ME Snowe, Olympia [R]
Maryland
Yea MD Cardin, Benjamin [D]
Yea MD Mikulski, Barbara [D]
Massachusetts
Nay MA Brown, Scott [R]
Yea MA Kerry, John [D]
Michigan
Yea MI Levin, Carl [D]
Yea MI Stabenow, Debbie Ann [D]
Minnesota
Yea MN Franken, Al [D]
Yea MN Klobuchar, Amy [D]
Mississippi
Nay MS Cochran, Thad [R]
Nay MS Wicker, Roger [R]
Missouri
Nay MO Bond, Christopher [R]
Yea MO McCaskill, Claire [D]
Montana
Yea MT Baucus, Max [D]
Yea MT Tester, Jon [D]
Nebraska
Nay NE Johanns, Mike [R]
Nay NE Nelson, Ben [D]
Nevada
Nay NV Ensign, John [R]
Yea NV Reid, Harry [D]
New Hampshire
Yea NH Gregg, Judd [R]
Yea NH Shaheen, Jeanne [D]
New Jersey
Yea NJ Lautenberg, Frank [D]
Yea NJ Menendez, Robert [D]
New Mexico
Yea NM Bingaman, Jeff [D]
Yea NM Udall, Tom [D]
New York
Yea NY Gillibrand, Kirsten [D]
Yea NY Schumer, Charles [D]
North Carolina
Nay NC Burr, Richard [R]
Yea NC Hagan, Kay [D]
North Dakota
Yea ND Conrad, Kent [D]
Yea ND Dorgan, Byron [D]
Ohio
Yea OH Brown, Sherrod [D]
Nay OH Voinovich, George [R]
Oklahoma
Nay OK Coburn, Thomas [R]
Nay OK Inhofe, James [R]
Oregon
Yea OR Merkley, Jeff [D]
Yea OR Wyden, Ron [D]
Pennsylvania
Yea PA Casey, Robert [D]
Yea PA Specter, Arlen [D]
Rhode Island
Yea RI Reed, John [D]
Yea RI Whitehouse, Sheldon [D]
South Carolina
Nay SC DeMint, Jim [R]
Yea SC Graham, Lindsey [R]
South Dakota
Yea SD Johnson, Tim [D]
Nay SD Thune, John [R]
Tennessee
Nay TN Alexander, Lamar [R]
Nay TN Corker, Bob [R]
Texas
Nay TX Cornyn, John [R]
Nay TX Hutchison, Kay [R]
Utah
Nay UT Bennett, Robert [R]
Nay UT Hatch, Orrin [R]
Vermont
Yea VT Leahy, Patrick [D]
Yea VT Sanders, Bernard [I]
Virginia
Yea VA Warner, Mark [D]
Yea VA Webb, Jim [D]
Washington
Yea WA Cantwell, Maria [D]
Yea WA Murray, Patty [D]
West Virginia
Yea WV Goodwin, Carte [D]
Yea WV Rockefeller, John [D]
Wisconsin
Yea WI Feingold, Russell [D]
Yea WI Kohl, Herbert [D]
Wyoming
Nay WY Barrasso, John [R]
Nay WY Enzi, Michael [R]

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/vote.xpd?vote=s2010-229

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