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sanc·ti·mo·nious

1: hypocritically pious or devout
ya·hoo
1 capitalized: a member of a race of brutes in Swift's Gulliver's Travels who have the form and all the vices of humans

2: a boorish, crass, or stupid person


And yet somehow (Tea Party backing) they got elected to Congress.

These 67 Republicans ... they have got to go:


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    barr.house.gov    KY
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    blackburn.house.gov    TN
    bridenstine.house.gov    OK
    brooks.house.gov    AL
    broun.house.gov    GA
    chabot.house.gov    OH
    dougcollins.house.gov    GA
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    conaway.house.gov    TX
    cotton.house.gov    AR
    daines.house.gov    MT
    desantis.house.gov    FL
    desjarlais.house.gov    TN
    duffy.house.gov    WI
    jeffduncan.house.gov    SC
    duncan.house.gov    TN
    fincher.house.gov TN
    fleming.house.gov    LA
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    flores.house.gov    TX
    foxx.house.gov    NC
    franks.house.gov    AZ
    gohmert.house.gov    TX
    goodlatte.house.gov    VA
    gosar.house.gov    AZ
    gowdy.house.gov    SC
    tomgraves.house.gov    GA
    graves.house.gov    MO
    harris.house.gov    MD
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    holding.house.gov    NC
    hudson.house.gov    NC
    huelskamp.house.gov    KS
    hultgren.house.gov    IL
    lynnjenkins.house.gov    KS
    jordan.house.gov    OH
    lamborn.house.gov    CO
    marchant.house.gov    TX
    massie.house.gov    KY
    mcclintock.house.gov    CA
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    meadows.house.gov    NC
    mullin.house.gov    OK
    mulvaney.house.gov    SC
    randy.house.gov    TX
    palazzo.house.gov    MS
    pearce.house.gov    NM
    perry.house.gov    PA
    petri.house.gov    WI
    pompeo.house.gov    KS
    tomprice.house.gov    GA
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    roe.house.gov    TN
    rokita.house.gov    IN
    rothfus.house.gov    PA
    royce.house.gov    CA
    paulryan.house.gov    WI
    salmon.house.gov    AZ
    schweikert.house.gov    AZ
    sensenbrenner.house.gov    WI
    stutzman.house.gov    IN
    thornberry.house.gov    TX
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    wenstrup.house.gov    OH
    williams.house.gov    TX
    joewilson.house.gov    SC
    woodall.house.gov    GA
    yoder.house.gov    KS
    yoho.house.gov    FL


Learn them, study them.  Get to know their names. Recognize their mugs when they decide to get "sanctimoniously" back on the TV -- crying about low probability problems decades from now.  And then take time to give them a piece of your mind ...



So what makes these 67 Republicans worse than the run-of-the-mill Republican?

What makes them "sanctimonious yahoos"?

How about the way they can Vote NO against Hurricane Sandy victim relief and recovery, without a care in the world. Yahoo's heat works -- so what's the problem!?

How about the way they can do NOTHING in Congress, in anyway resembling common human decency.  Corporations are People too, my friends.

How about the fact they absolutely NO Clue, what it means to "provide for the General Welfare" of their fellow citizens. Even those in dire need. For Months. In the Winter.

How about because they are damn uncaring better-than-thou hypocrites, who wouldn't recognize a person in need, even if it was their own Yahoo offspring?


Jon Stewart does a fine job of exposing their special brand of hypocrisy (Brand R) -- and how it is constantly mucking up the works in Congress:

You can read much of the transcript here:

Jon Stewart BLASTS the 67 Republicans who voted against emergency Sandy relief
by BruinKid -- Jan 08, 2013


So if you so inclined, let these yahoos know what you think.  Hurricane Sandy Relief efforts are far, far from over. As are most important nation-building things (American Jobs Act) that we so desperately need in this country.

And these sanctimonious yahoos are the main reason why:

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    Justin Amash (R-MI)    (202) 225-3831
    Andy Barr (R-KY)    (202) 225-4706
    Dan Benishek (R-MI)    (202) 225-4735
    Kerry Bentivolio (R-MI)    (202) 225-8171
    Marsha Blackburn (R-TN)    (202) 225-2811
    Jim Bridenstine (R-OK)    (202) 225-2211
    Mo Brooks (R-AL)    (202) 225-4801
    Paul Broun (R-GA)    (202) 225-4101
    Steve Chabot (R-OH)    (202) 225-2216
    Doug Collins (R-GA)    (202) 225-9893
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    Mike Conaway (R-TX)    (202) 225-3605
    Tom Cotton (R-AR)    (202) 225-3772
    Steve Daines (R-MT)    (202) 225-3211
    Ron DeSantis (R-FL)    (202) 225-2706
    Scott DesJarlais (R-TN)    (202) 225-6831
    Sean Duffy (R-WI)    (202) 225-3365
    Jeff Duncan (R-SC)    (202) 225-5301
    Jimmy Duncan (R-TN)    (202) 225-5435
    Stephen Fincher (R-TN)    (202) 225-4714
    John Fleming (R-LA)    (202) 225-2777
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    Bill Flores (R-TX)    (202) 225-6105
    Virginia Foxx (R-NC)    (202) 225-2071
    Trent Franks (R-AZ)    (202) 225-4576
    Louie Gohmert (R-TX)    (202) 225-3035
    Bob Goodlatte (R-VA)    (202) 225-5431
    Paul Gosar (R-AZ)    (202) 225-2315
    Trey Gowdy (R-SC)    (202) 225-6030
    Tom Graves (R-GA)    (202) 225-5211
    Sam Graves (R-MO)    (202) 225-7041
    Andrew Harris (R-MD)    (202) 225-5311
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    George Holding (R-NC)    (202) 225-3032
    Richard Hudson (R-NC)    (202) 225-3715
    Tim Huelskamp (R-KS)    (202) 225-2715
    Randy Hultgren (R-IL)    (202) 225-2976
    Lynn Jenkins (R-KS)    (202) 225-6601
    Jim Jordan (R-OH)    (202) 225-2676
    Doug Lamborn (R-CO)    (202) 225-4422
    Kenny Marchant (R-TX)    (202) 225-6605
    Thomas Massie (R-KY)    (202) 225-3465
    Tom McClintock (R-CA)    (202) 225-2511
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    Mark Meadows (R-NC)    (202) 225-6401
    Markwayne Mullin (R-OK)    (202) 225-2701
    Mick Mulvaney (R-SC)    (202) 225-5501
    Randy Neugebauer (R-TX)    (202) 225-4005
    Steven Palazzo (R-MS)    (202) 225-5772
    Steve Pearce (R-NM)    (202) 225-2365
    Scott Perry (R-PA)    (202) 225-2565
    Tom Petri (R-WI)    (202) 225-2476
    Mike Pompeo (R-KS)    (202) 225-6216
    Tom Price (R-GA)    (202) 225-4501
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    Phil Roe (R-TN)    (202) 225-6356
    Todd Rokita (R-IN)    (202) 225-5037
    Keith Rothfus (R-PA)    (202) 225-2065
    Ed Royce (R-CA)    (202) 225-4111
    Paul Ryan (R-WI)    (202) 225-3031
    Matt Salmon (R-AZ)    (202) 225-2635
    David Schweikert (R-AZ)    (202) 225-2190
    Jim Sensenbrenner (R-WI)    (202) 225-5101
    Marlin Stutzman (R-IN)    (202) 225-4436
    Mac Thornberry (R-TX)    (202) 225-3486
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    Randy Weber (R-TX)    (202) 225-2831
    Brad Wenstrup (R-OH)    (202) 225-3164
    Roger Williams (R-TX)    (202) 225-9896
    Joe Wilson (R-SC)    (202) 225-2452
    Rob Woodall (R-GA)    (202) 225-4272
    Kevin Yoder (R-KS)    (202) 225-2865
    Ted Yoho (R-FL)    (202) 225-5744


These guys are a BIG part of the problem, THEY not part of the solution. They don't know what "solutions" mean.

These guys wouldn't spend a dollar on you, or lift a finger to help your family or your community, if it was the last thing they do in Congress.  Help costs Money.

It is up to us, to let them know:  We DO NOT Approve of that which they so sanctimoniously do.

That the shelf-life of a Yahoo in Congress, is about to become very limited.



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