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Monday, October 14, 2013

Lujan votes against funding NNSA

Lujan votes against funding NNSA When times get tough, it is hard to know who to count as a friend. The list of votes tells the story, and it is not a pretty one for the northern NM economy. http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2013/roll542.xml

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

No, not Ben Ray! Say it ain't so.

Anonymous said...

Ben is a loser. He isn't half the man his father was.

Anonymous said...

The sequester is supposed to evenly cut all federal spending. The GOP wants to approve spending on things they like, which means things they don't like will get even larger cuts. Dems are not playing that game.

Anonymous said...

October 15, 2013 at 10:36 AM

And Lujan's vote against funding for NNSA spoke loud about what he likes. Even though he voted against funding for NNSA he still will not draw a credible challenge in his next election. The days when you could count on a politician to vote for what was best for their local district are distant memories. Lujan gets his voting orders from Pelosi, not from northern NM residents.

Anonymous said...

"The days when you could count on a politician to vote for what was best for their local district are distant memories."

Well that becomes the focal point of the national problem. With every politician attempting to bring home the bacon to their local constituents, it becomes a barter system in Washington. I'll vote for your bacon if you'll vote for mine. And that is exactly how we pile up the debt.

Doing things for the national good, well sometimes I think that is a distant memory. Where's my pie?

Anonymous said...

Lujan gets his voting orders from Pelosi, not from northern NM residents.

October 15, 2013 at 11:32 AM

As long as your name is "Lujan" and you represent a majority-Hispanic district, you can't lose.

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