Now there’s a piece of legislation I can get behind, and it’s coming at just the right time.
Trust Nancy to come up with the nuttiest of statements.
Please, South Carolina Republicans, don’t let Mark Sanford become your standard-bearer for your open seat in the House. I mean this.
Below is a list of all those Republicans in the House of Representatives who voted “aye” on the fiscal cliff bill, which effectively raised taxes on every working American (sorry, the House website doesn’t list state or district except in the case of multiple Representatives with the same last name).
No, I don’t mean the mentality of the entitlements he loves to hand out and expand — I mean his own mentality that he’s entitled to whatever he wants.
Two stories crossed my inbox today that highlight the difference between the two parties, I believe.
That sure sounds like the way he’s heading.
Looks like Obama’s claim of executive privilege isn’t going to save Holder from this.
Hmmm… crimes of opportunity, or deliberately targeting Republicans (emphasis in original)?
“The evidence points to someone with access to my office, and other offices in the Capitol complex, as the perpetrator,” freshman Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., surmised in a letter to the House’s Office of the Chief Administrative Officer.
Other offices hit—many of which handle information dealing with issues of national security, though nothing of a sensitive nature was reportedly taken—include those of Reps. Jerry Lewis, R-Calif., and Jon Runyan, R-N.J.; the Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security; and the Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
Those looking for some common link might note that Lewis serves on Appropriations; Gowdy sits on Oversight; and Runyan is a member of the Armed Services Committee. Also, staffers on the House Oversight Subcommittee on Health Care, District of Columbia, Census, and the National Archives, which Gowdy chairs, reported that $200 of their money went missing during business hours.