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Blue dog traitors

[Welcome, FDL readers. See our voluminous coverage of the warrantless surveillance program using the links at the bottom of this post. Then go read Glenn.]

If we fail on FISA, let it be remembered that these are the Democrat Party traitors who ratified the destruction of the Fourth Amendment, the Constitution, and the rule of law:

Blue Dog Members Pushing for Telecom
Immunity

Congressman Joe Baca (D-California) http://www.house.gov/baca/

Congressman John Barrow (D-Georgia) http://barrow.house.gov/

Congresswoman Melissa Bean (D-Illinois) http://www.house.gov/bean/

Congressman Marion Berry (D-Arkansas) http://www.house.gov/berry/

Congressman Dan Boren (D-Oklahoma) http://www.house.gov/boren/

Congressman Leonard L. Boswell (D-Iowa) http://boswell.house.gov/

Congressman Allen Boyd (D-Florida) http://www.house.gov/boyd/

Congressman Christopher Carney (D-Pennsylvania) http://carney.house.gov/

Congressman Jim Cooper (D-Tennessee) http://www.cooper.house.gov/

Congressman Robert E. Cramer (D-Alabama) http://cramer.house.gov/HoR/AL05/

Congressman Lincoln Davis (D-Tennessee) http://www.house.gov/lincolndavis/

Congressman Brad Ellsworth (D-Indiana) http://www.ellsworth.house.gov/

Congressman Tim Holden (D-Pennsylvania) http://www.holden.house.gov/

Congressman Jim Matheson, (D-Utah) http://www.house.gov/matheson/

Congressman Charlie Melancon (D-Louisiana) http://www.melancon.house.gov/

Congressman Dennis Moore (D-Kansas) http://www.moore.house.gov/

Congressman Earl Pomeroy (D-North Dakota) http://www.pomeroy.house.gov/

Congressman Mike Ross (D-Arkansas) http://ross.house.gov/
Congressman
Heath Shuler (D-North Carolina) http://shuler.house.gov/

Congressman Zack Space (D-Ohio) http://space.house.gov/
Congressman
John Tanner (D-Tennessee) http://www.house.gov/tanner/
Blue
Dog Coalition web site http://www.house.gov/ross/BlueDogs/

Less and fewer fascists, please.

Thank you.

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Submitted by blogtopus on

Why would we want to elect a man to the whitehouse whose approach to politics is nearly the same as these people, but when he does it under an umbra of 'Unity'? it makes it alright?

Submitted by lambert on

... Hillary hasn't come out strong on Constitutional issues either (module the Globe interviews, where both she and Obama did well).

But the problem I've always had with the Unity schtick from the very beginning is that almost by definition it's a recipe for "letting the country heal," and "putting divisions behind us," and no longer being "divisive," and, as we learned from the Nixon pardon back in the day, not holding Republicans accountable for illegal and unconstitutional acts is a recipe for complete disaster. (Not a disaster for rich fucks and the corporations, of of course, who stand to gain a whole lot of money and power from the absence of the rule of law, and the development of feudal attitudes, but a disaster for everyone else.)

Hillary is not encumbered with that Unity crapola, and so she has a few more degrees of freedom on policy than Obama will have. That's a reason to vote for her, in my mind.

[x] Any (D) in the general. [ ] Any mullah-sucking billionaire-teabagging torture-loving pus-encrusted spawn of Cthulhu, bless his (R) heart.

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