Breaking! Senators Advance $95B to Fund Wars

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Mitch McConnell

The border bill, which was always about sending money to Ukraine and not about our border, is dead, so the progressive Republican Senators voted today to advance the $95 billion dollar foreign aid package that funds Ukraine, Israel, and the Indo-Pacific.

The vote was 67-27.

Eighteen Republicans voted with Democrats to advance this bill. They might not vote for the bill- they just advanced it- but look at the names – there are lots of RINOs and some warmongers on the list.

  1. Capito (R-WV)
  2. Cassidy (R-LA)
  3. Collins (R-ME)
  4. Cornyn (R-TX)
  5. Ernst (R-IA)
  6. Grassley (R-IA)
  7. Kennedy (R-LA)
  8. McConnell (R-KY)
  9. Moran (R-KS)
  10. Mullin (R-OK)
  11. Murkowski (R-AK)
  12. Romney (R-UT)
  13. Rounds (R-SD)
  14. Sullivan (R-AK)
  15. Thune (R-SD)
  16. Tillis (R-NC)
  17. Wicker (R-MS)
  18. Young (R-IN)

The Senators want to go home, but they no longer seem to consider the costs, which is an important Republican principle. Fiscal responsibility – what happened to that?

With some luck, Speaker Johnson got the message not to pass it.


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Sally
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Sally
12 days ago

The Uniparty is the best argument for the 10th amendment and term limits I can think of. The best solution to these turds is a rope and a tree.

Briben Biden
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Briben Biden
13 days ago

Is it the kickbacks they want or to simply bankrupt America?

Sally
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Sally
12 days ago
Reply to  Briben Biden

Bribes, ever seen a senator not worth 20 million?

Mark W Scott
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Mark W Scott
13 days ago

All of those GOP Senators supporting the bill and their sponsors pushing for it need to be iced out of the GOP. These people are traitors to their oaths and to the USA. Unforgivable!

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
13 days ago

There is nothing in this bill for the invaded United States of America.

A decent Speaker, a person who lives up to his word, blocks this bill the first thing today.

We all know that many congresspeople get major funding from the interests who support this bill.