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#1 Feb 14, 2014
Rob Portman voted no on unemployment it didn't pass if he voted yes it would have passed he didn't vote for use don't vote for him. You thank he needs voted out in. 2016. Yes. Or no
#2 Feb 14, 2014
. That answer would be yes- for more reasons than this!
#3 Feb 15, 2014
Rob Portman won't let you email hi without giving him a phone number, so he doesn't want to hear from people who have no phone, which is probably the unemployed about whom he would appear unconcerned. He's a master of clever wording if you ask him to support something that doesn't tow his ultraconservative party line. Don't let him fool you into thinking he works for his constituents. He works only for himself and big money.
#4 Feb 17, 2014
The Boehner Congress:
129 bills on abortion
133 bills on religion
83 bills on family relationships
76 bills on marriage
217 bills on firearms
704 bills on Taxation, mostly tax cuts and subsidies
537 bills on Government Investigations
47 attempts to repeal the Health Care bill
49 attempts to cut off funding for Planned Parenthood
4 attempts to cut funding for the VA Hospital
12 times passing a resolution not to fund ACORN which wasn't even in existence at the the time these resolutions were passed.
Yet the fewest numbers of Bills were passed in HISTORY
#5 Feb 17, 2014
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