Just the other day the same
At least there was one seemingly decent person in Minority Leader Boehner, who followed Rangel on stage by reminding everyone of the grief he took a few weeks ago by throwing the 1000 page Stimulus Plan that nobody read on the House floor-- quite simply must-see-TV and a shining moment of FUBAR clarity. He departed by asking how anyone could vote yes on a targeted 90 percent tax rate. Indeed, how, and still maintain their party philosophy?
But some did. Here are the names of the Republican Nancy boys (and girls) who joined with Rangel and Pelosi's pitchfork mob by voting yes:
...well, we don't have their names yet. But they know who they are. Soon we all will.
So folks, welcome to bedlam. There are evidently a bunch of adolescents running the federal government at the moment. At least the leader of this pack will get a chance to explain everything tonight on Leno--right after he finishes explaining all his NCAA picks of course.
ROCK THE VOTE 3/19/09
Here's the list. Included in the yea votes are Cantor and Hoekstra and a lot of others, including Tennessee's Zach Wamp. The 7th District was well-served, though.