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John Walke

Posted June 11, 2010 in Curbing Pollution, Environmental Justice, Health and the Environment, Solving Global Warming, U.S. Law and Policy

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On June 10, 2010, the following forty-seven United States Senators voted to overturn the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s scientific determination that global warming pollution is dangerous to public health and the environment.

History will be their judge.


            Jeff Sessions (R)

            Richard Shelby (R)


            Lisa Murkowski (R)


            John McCain (R)

            Jon Kyl (R)


            Blanche Lincoln (D)

            Mark Pryor (D)


            George LeMieux (R)


            Saxby Chambliss (R)

            Johnny Isakson (R)


            Mike Crapo (R)

            James Risch (R)


            Evan Bayh (D)

            Richard Lugar (R)


            Charles Grassley (R)


            Sam Brownback (R)

            Pat Roberts (R)


            Jim Bunning (R)

            Mitch McConnell (R)


            Mary Landrieu (D)

            David Vitter (R)


            Susan Collins (R)

            Olympia Snowe (R)


            Scott Brown (R)


            Thad Cochran (R)

            Roger Wicker (R)


            Kit Bond (R)


            Mike Johanns (R)

            Ben Nelson (D)


            John Ensign (R)

New Hampshire

            Judd Gregg (R)

North Carolina

            Richard Burr (R)


            George Voinovich (R)


            Tom Coburn (R)

            James Inhofe (R)

South Carolina

            James DeMint (R)

            Lindsey Graham (R)

South Dakota

            John Thune (R)


            Bob Corker (R)

            Lamar Alexander (R)


            John Cornyn (R)

            Kay Bailey Hutchison (R)


            Robert Bennett (R)

            Orrin Hatch (R)

West Virginia

            John Rockefeller (D)


            John Barrasso (R)

            Michael Enzi (R)

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Ruth FisselJun 12 2010 03:24 PM

Follow the money right to their doors!

Biosphere PreservationJun 12 2010 05:34 PM

These folks have links to the Corporatocracy... and guaranteed... have their own interests at heart... which supercede your interests... our interests... as a nation (you know... the people they are supposedly representing).
And don't take my word for it... take it from an insider... read: "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" by John Perkins.

John WeinbrechtJun 12 2010 07:10 PM

All right... what is it we "stupid voters" don't get about the "United States Environmental Protection Agency’s scientific determination that global warming pollution is dangerous to public health and the environment." It seems like a ridiculous ideological game to vote against this!

kcloderJun 12 2010 08:37 PM

Well at least we know exactly who is in bed with the lobbyist right? Thank the lord that no one from PA voted against it. I would be so ashamed.

KrisJun 13 2010 12:27 PM

Glad to know that no one from Wisconsin is on this list. Thank you fellow cheese heads.

JMS33Jun 13 2010 04:11 PM

Man-made global warming is a hoax, cap and trade is a pyramid scheme, carbon tax is another link in the slave chain of financial tyranny; the only truth here is the inference of the fact that our government is bought and paid for, one grafty politician at a time. The true environmental issue is the simple POISONING of the Earth. Global warming is not our Doom; toxicity is. Stop fluoridization of the water. Stop adding aluminum and berium to jet fuel. End the ludicracy of burning uranium. Stop burning grease with stones; we have no future in oil. Breed seeds not GMO's.
And remember, if you drink the water, you're drinking the koolaide.
Thank you.

Maryos1Jun 14 2010 10:30 AM

Thanks NY Senators for doing the right thing.

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