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Not on Amtrak's Side

The following Congressmen voted for the Flake Amendment, which would have shut off all funding for Amtrak in the stimulus bill. It fortunately failed, 116-320.

Todd Akin (R-MO 2)
Steve Austria (R-OH 7)
Michele Bachmann (R-MN 6)
Gresham Barrett (R-SC 3)
Roscoe Bartlett (R-MD 6)
Joe Barton (R-TX 6)
Judy Biggert (R-IL 13)
Brian Bilbray (R-CA 50)
Gus Bilirakis (R-FL 9)
Rob Bishop (R-UT 1)
Marsha Blackburn (R-TN 7)
Roy Blunt (R-MO 7)
John Boehner (R-OH 8)
Mary Bono Mack (R-CA 45)
Charles Boustany (R-LA 7)
Kevin Brady (R-TX 8)
Paul Broun (R-GA 10)
Michael Burgess (R-TX 26)
Dan Burton (R- IN 5)
Steve Buyer (R-IN 4)
Ken Calvert (R-CA 43)
David Lee Camp (R-MI 4)
John Campbell (R-CA 48)
Eric Cantor (R-VA 7)
Joseph Cao (R-LA 2)
John Carter (R-TX 31)
Jason Chaffetz (R-UT 3)
Howard Coble (R-NC 6)
Mike Coffman (R-CO 6)
Mike Conaway (R-TX 11)
John Culberson (R-TX 7)
Geoff Davis (R-KY 4)
Nathan Deal (R-GA 9)
David Dreier (R-CA 26)
John Duncan (R-TN 2)
Jeff Flake (R-AZ 6)
John Fleming (R-LA 4)
Randy Forbes (R-VA 4)
Virginia Foxx (R-NC 5)
Trent Franks (R-AZ 2)
Elton Gallegly (R-CA 24)
Scott Garrett (R-NJ 5)
Phil Gingrey (R-GA 11)
Louie Gohmert (R-TX 1)
Kay Granger (R-TX 12)
Sam Graves (R-MO 6)
Brett Guthrie (R-KY 2)
Ralph Hall (R-TX 4)
Gregg Harper (R-MS 3)
Hastings (WA)
Dean Heller (R-NV 2)
Jeb Hensarling (R-TX 5)
Wally Herger (R-CA 2)
Duncan Hunter (R-CA 52)
Bob Inglis (R-SC 4)
Darrell Issa (R-CA 49)
Lynn Jenkins (R-KS 2)
Sam Johnson (R-TX 3)
Jim Jordan (R-OH 4)
Steve King (R-IA 5)
Jack Kingston (R-GA 1)
John Kline (R-MN 2)
Doug Lamborn (R-CO 5)
Bob Latta (R-OH 5)
Jerry Lewis (R-CA 41)
John Linder (R-GA 7)
Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO 9)
Cynthia Lummis (R-WY 1)
Dan Lungren (R-CA 3)
Connie Mack IV (R-FL 14)
Kenny Marchant (R-TX 24)
Kevin McCarthy (R-CA 22)
Michael McCaul (R-TX 10)
Tom McClintock (R-CA 4)
Patrick McHenry (R-NC 10)
Howard McKeon (R-CA 25)
Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA 5)
Jeff Miller (R-FL 1)
Gary Miller (R-CA 42)
Jerry Moran (R-KS 1)
Sue Wilkins Myrick (R-NC 9)
Randy Neugebauer (R-TX 19)
Devin Nunes (R-CA 21)
Pete Olson (R-TX 22)
Ron Paul (R-TX 14)
Erik Paulsen (R-MN 3)
Mike Pence (R-IN 6)
Joseph Pitts (R-PA 16)
Ted Poe (R-TX 2)
Bill Posey (R-FL 15)
Tom Price (R-GA 6)
George Radanovich (R-CA 19)
Dave Reichert (R-WA 8)
Phil Roe (R-TN 1)
Harold Rogers (R-KY 5)
Mike Rogers (R-MI 8)
Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA 46)
Tom Rooney (R-FL 16)
Edward Royce (R-CA 40)
Paul Ryan (R-WI 1)
Steve Scalise (R-LA 1)
Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI 5)
Pete Sessions (R-TX 32)
John Shadegg (R-AZ 3)
Adrian Smith (R-NE 3)
Lamar Smith (R-TX 21)
Cliff Stearns (R-FL 6)
Lee Terry (R-NE 2)
Glenn Thompson (R-PA 5)
Mac Thornberry (R-TX 13)
John Tiahrt (R-KS 4)
Pat Tiberi (R-OH 12)
Zach Wamp (R-TN 3)
Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA 3)
Joe Wilson (R-SC 2)

8 replies on “Not on Amtrak's Side”

True, though he is a Northeast Republican, who’s voting record would make him a Democrat almost anywhere else in the country.

Give the R’s some time gentlemen, the paradigm has shifted in Spending. The line of investment and spending has now been blurred big time for many republicans. With the need for alternative travel a huge culture shift must occur and is occuring, so a lot of the GOP are having growing pains.

The party of NO is well represented I see. I am glad to see no D’s on the list. House Republican’s alone are a powerless group right now, they can’t filibuster and they don’t have enough votes to stop any legislation.

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