A Pretty Great Read about Male Feminisim.

thecamprobber:

AKA: List of paranoid mother fuckers who work for the corporate elite.

fuzzytek:

stayceerantsandraves:

dobbaaa:

sanityscraps:

thepoliticalfreakshow:

Normally, the people that I am about to tell you who voted to censor and revoke your constitutional rights have the protection of most of the voting public not knowing exactly what goes on in the congressional chambers.

That changes now!

Over the last hour, I have been researching and investigating who lent their support to this lame and utterly unconstitutional excuse for a bill. The results are astounding!

From this moment on, I want these men and women who we elected to serve us to feel the pain of knowing what they have done. I want the world and the whole country to know what traitors we have in Washington, DC.

So, without further adieu, here’s the supporters of the bill that essentially made America a police state, like that of Hitler’s Germany. These are by state, with links to the legislator’s info. If a state is not mentioned, that state’s representatives did not support the bill, or abstained a vote yesterday in the US House. They are all in the order of their districts in each state.

Who Supported the Bill?

In all, 283 Representatives supported the bill. There were 93 Democrats and 190 Republicans who supported the bill. Here they are:

Alabama: All 7 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Bonner, Jo [R]
  2. Roby, Martha [R]
  3. Rogers, Michael [R]
  4. Aderholt, Robert [R]
  5. Brooks, Mo [R]
  6. Bachus, Spencer [R]
  7. Sewell, Terri [D]

Alaska: Their only representative supported the bill

  1. Young, Donald [R]

Arizona: 3 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Franks, Trent [R]
  2. Quayle, Ben [R]
  3. Pastor, Edward [D]

Arkansas: All 4 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Crawford, Rick [R]
  2. Griffin, Tim [R]
  3. Womack, Steve [R]
  4. Ross, Mike [D]

California: 29 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Herger, Walter [R]
  2. Lungren, Daniel [R]
  3. Pelosi, Nancy [D]
  4. Garamendi, John [D]
  5. McNerney, Jerry [D]
  6. Cardoza, Dennis [D]
  7. Denham, Jeff [R]
  8. Costa, Jim [D]
  9. Nunes, Devin [R]
  10. McCarthy, Kevin [R]
  11. Capps, Lois [D]
  12. Gallegly, Elton [R]
  13. McKeon, Howard [R] (The bill’s sponsor)
  14. Dreier, David [R]
  15. Sherman, Brad [D]
  16. Berman, Howard [D]
  17. Schiff, Adam [D]
  18. Waxman, Henry [D]
  19. Richardson, Laura [D]
  20. Sanchez, Linda [D]
  21. Lewis, Jerry [R]
  22. Miller, Gary [R]
  23. Baca, Joe [D]
  24. Calvert, Ken [R]
  25. Bono Mack, Mary [R]
  26. Issa, Darrell [R]
  27. Bilbray, Brian [R]
  28. Hunter, Duncan [R]
  29. Davis, Susan [D]

Colorado: 3 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Gardner, Cory [R]
  2. Lamborn, Doug [R]
  3. Perlmutter, Ed [D]

Connecticut: 3 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Larson, John [D]
  2. Courtney, Joe [D]
  3. Himes, James [D]

Delaware: The state’s only representative supported the bill

  1. Carney, John [D]

Florida: 20 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Miller, Jeff [R]
  2. Southerland, Steve [R]
  3. Brown, Corrine [D]
  4. Crenshaw, Ander [R]
  5. Nugent, Richard [R]
  6. Stearns, Clifford [R]
  7. Mica, John [R]
  8. Webster, Daniel [R]
  9. Bilirakis, Gus [R]
  10. Castor, Kathy [D]
  11. Ross, Dennis [R]
  12. Buchanan, Vern [R]
  13. Rooney, Thomas [R]
  14. Wilson, Frederica [D]
  15. Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana [R]
  16. Deutch, Ted [D]
  17. Wasserman Schultz, Debbie [D]
  18. West, Allen [R]
  19. Adams, Sandy [R]
  20. Rivera, David [R]

Georgia: 9 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Kingston, Jack [R]
  2. Bishop, Sanford [D]
  3. Westmoreland, Lynn [R]
  4.  Price, Tom [R] (My District’s Representative)
  5. Scott, Austin [R]
  6. Broun, Paul [R]
  7. Gingrey, John [R]
  8. Barrow, John [D]
  9. Scott, David [D]

Hawaii: Both Representatives supported the bill

  1. Hanabusa, Colleen [D]
  2. Hirono, Mazie [D]

Illinois: 10 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Lipinski, Daniel [D]
  2. Roskam, Peter [R]
  3. Dold, Bob [R]
  4. Kinzinger, Adam [R]
  5. Biggert, Judy [R]
  6. Hultgren, Randy [R]
  7. Manzullo, Donald [R]
  8. Schilling, Robert [R]
  9. Schock, Aaron [R]
  10. Shimkus, John [R]

Indiana: 3 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Visclosky, Peter [D]
  2. Donnelly, Joe [D]
  3. Young, Todd [R]

Iowa: 4 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Loebsack, David [D]
  2. Boswell, Leonard [D]
  3. Latham, Thomas [R]
  4. King, Steve [R]

Kansas: 3 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Jenkins, Lynn [R]
  2. Yoder, Kevin [R]
  3. Pompeo, Mike [R]

Kentucky: 5 Representative supported the bill

  1. Whitfield, Edward [R]
  2. Guthrie, Brett [R]
  3. Davis, Geoff [R]
  4. Rogers, Harold [R]
  5. Chandler, Ben [D]

Louisiana: 6 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Scalise, Steve [R]
  2. Landry, Jeff [R]
  3. Fleming, John [R]
  4. Alexander, Rodney [R]
  5. Cassidy, Bill [R]
  6. Boustany, Charles [R]

Maryland: 3 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Ruppersberger, C.A. [D]
  2. Hoyer, Steny [D]
  3. Bartlett, Roscoe [R]

Massachusetts: 2 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Tsongas, Niki [D]
  2. Keating, William [D]

Michigan: 9 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Benishek, Dan [R]
  2. Camp, David [R]
  3. Kildee, Dale [D]
  4. Upton, Frederick [R]
  5. Rogers, Michael [R]
  6. Miller, Candice [R]
  7. McCotter, Thaddeus [R]
  8. Levin, Sander [D]
  9. Dingell, John [D]

Minnesota: 5 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Walz, Timothy [D]
  2. Kline, John [R]
  3. Paulsen, Erik [R]
  4. Peterson, Collin [D]
  5. Cravaack, Chip [R]

Mississippi: 3 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Nunnelee, Alan [R]
  2. Harper, Gregg [R]
  3. Palazzo, Steven [R]

Missouri: 7 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Akin, W. [R]
  2. Carnahan, Russ [D]
  3. Hartzler, Vicky [R]
  4. Graves, Samuel [R]
  5. Long, Billy [R]
  6. Emerson, Jo Ann [R]
  7. Luetkemeyer, Blaine [R]

Montana: The only Representative supported the bill

  1. Rehberg, Dennis [R]

Nebraska: All 3 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Fortenberry, Jeffrey [R]
  2. Terry, Lee [R]
  3. Smith, Adrian [R]

Nevada: All 3 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Berkley, Shelley [D]
  2. Amodei, Mark [R]
  3. Heck, Joe [R]

New Hampshire: Both Representatives supported the bill

  1. Guinta, Frank [R]
  2. Bass, Charles [R]

New Jersey: 9 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Andrews, Robert [D]
  2. LoBiondo, Frank [R]
  3. Runyan, Jon [R]
  4. Smith, Christopher [R]
  5. Lance, Leonard [R]
  6. Pascrell, William [D]
  7. Rothman, Steven [D]
  8. Frelinghuysen, Rodney [R]
  9. Sires, Albio [D]

New Mexico: 1 Representative supported the bill

  1. Pearce, Steven [R]

New York: 18 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Bishop, Timothy [D]
  2. Israel, Steve [D]
  3. King, Peter [R]
  4. McCarthy, Carolyn [D]
  5. Ackerman, Gary [D]
  6. Crowley, Joseph [D]
  7. Turner, Robert [R]
  8. Grimm, Michael [R]
  9. Engel, Eliot [D]
  10. Lowey, Nita [D]
  11. Hayworth, Nan [R]
  12. Gibson, Chris [R]
  13. Owens, William [D]
  14. Hanna, Richard [R]
  15. Buerkle, Ann Marie [R]
  16. Hochul, Kathleen [D]
  17. Higgins, Brian [D]
  18. Reed, Tom [R]

North Carolina: 7 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Butterfield, George [D]
  2. Ellmers, Renee [R]
  3. Foxx, Virginia [R]
  4. McIntyre, Mike [D]
  5. Kissell, Larry [D]
  6. McHenry, Patrick [R]
  7. Shuler, Heath [D]

North Dakota: Only Representative supported the bill

  1. Berg, Rick [R]

Ohio: 12 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Chabot, Steven [R]
  2. Schmidt, Jean [R]
  3. Turner, Michael [R]
  4. Jordan, Jim [R]
  5. Latta, Robert [R]
  6. Johnson, Bill [R]
  7. Austria, Steve [R]
  8. Tiberi, Patrick [R]
  9. Sutton, Betty [D]
  10. Stivers, Steve [R]
  11. Renacci, Jim [R]
  12. Gibbs, Bob [R]

Oklahoma: All 5 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Sullivan, John [R]
  2. Boren, Dan [D]
  3. Lucas, Frank [R]
  4. Cole, Tom [R]
  5. Lankford, James [R]

Oregon: 2 Representatives supported this bill

  1. Walden, Greg [R]
  2. Schrader, Kurt [D]

Pennsylvania: 16 Representatives supported this bill

  1. Brady, Robert [D]
  2. Kelly, Mike [R]
  3. Altmire, Jason [D]
  4. Thompson, Glenn [R]
  5. Gerlach, Jim [R]
  6. Meehan, Patrick [R]
  7. Fitzpatrick, Michael [R]
  8. Shuster, William [R]
  9. Marino, Thomas [R]
  10. Barletta, Lou [R]
  11. Critz, Mark [D]
  12. Schwartz, Allyson [D]
  13. Dent, Charles [R]
  14. Holden, Tim [D]
  15. Murphy, Tim [R]
  16. Platts, Todd [R]

Rhode Island: Both Representatives supported the bill

  1. Cicilline, David [D]
  2. Langevin, James [D]

South Carolina: 2 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Scott, Tim [R]
  2. Wilson, Addison [R]

South Dakota: Only Representative supported the bill

  1. Noem, Kristi [R]

Tennessee: 5 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Fleischmann, Chuck [R]
  2. Cooper, Jim [D]
  3. Black, Diane [R]
  4. Blackburn, Marsha [R]
  5. Fincher, Stephen [R]

Texas: 28 Representatives supported the bill

  1. Gohmert, Louis [R]
  2. Poe, Ted [R]
  3. Johnson, Samuel [R]
  4. Hall, Ralph [R]
  5. Hensarling, Jeb [R]
  6. Barton, Joe [R]
  7. Culberson, John [R]
  8. Brady, Kevin [R]
  9. Green, Al [D]
  10. McCaul, Michael [R]
  11. Conaway, K. [R]
  12.  

This is terrible. I take only minimal comfort knowing my representative, Barney Frank, didn’t vote for this (because he’s forever awesome).

Of course Ben fucking Quayle voted for it.

I would like to send a nice big fuck you to everyone who voted for this.  I’ll be writing some strongly worded letters now.

And President Obama made sure modifications to the bill as passed by the Senate - bill S1867 and HR1540 - were made so that he would not veto the bill. They need those Anti-Terrorist War Dollars being allocated. 

The following is from HR1540 – you can download a PDF of the full bill

The bill would specifically authorize appropriations for 2012 totaling $690 billion, or $15 billion less than the $705 billion appropriated for 2011. Of that amount, $571 billion would be for authorizations of regular appropriations–for `base budget’ costs not directly related to overseas contingency operations–as follows: $553 billion for DoD and $18 billion for DOE and other programs (see Table 2).

Compared to the 2011 level of appropriations enacted for DoD’s base budget, the $553 billion that would be authorized for 2012 represents an increase of $24 billion (5 percent). The categories of DoD funding that would receive increases are procurement at $12 billion (11 percent), operation and maintenance at $9 billion (5 percent), military personnel at $4 billion (3 percent), and research and development at $1 billion (1 percent). Authorizations for military construction and family housing would be $2 billion (11 percent) less than the current-year appropriations for those activities.

For DOE and other programs, the $18 billion that would be authorized for 2012 represents a $2 billion (9 percent) increase over the level appropriated for 2011.

Do we congratulate them on allocating less money overall, but increasing the amount available to spend on building the war machine to police our country? Perhaps we need to remind them that worldwide military spending is about $1 trillion annually and the US Armed Forces are $553 billion of that amount - yes over half of the entire world’s military force is ours. 4.3% of gross domestic product is spent on military, only Saudi Arabia is higher.

United States Military Spending

Atheist are routinely asked how people will know not to rape and murder without religion telling them not to do it, especially a religion that backs up the orders with threats of hell. Believers, listen to me carefully when I say this: When you use this argument, you terrify atheists. We hear you saying that the only thing standing between you and Ted Bundy is a flimsy belief in a supernatural being made up by pre-literate people trying to figure out where the rain came from. This is not very reassuring if you’re trying to argue from a position of moral superiority.

10 Myths Many Religious People Hold About Atheists, Debunked  (via the-sexpat-life)

This. This. This. And this some more…..

(via stfuhypocrisy)

sageoflogic:

nonplussedbyreligion:

I’m one level beyond terrified actually. 

I’m this level of terrified:

sageoflogic:

nonplussedbyreligion:

I’m one level beyond terrified actually. 

I’m this level of terrified:

stfuconservatives:

thenoobyorker:

YOU SIR, ARE AN ASSHOLE!

You were told to not do one thing, ONE thing!

stfuconservatives:

thenoobyorker:

YOU SIR, ARE AN ASSHOLE!

You were told to not do one thing, ONE thing!

poehlerizer:

thedoctorscmpanion:

Parody of Ricky Perry’s recent campaign ad. (x)

PERFECTION 

they better do something like this on snl

We need to ask ourselves, “How would it feel if it were a crime to love the person I love?

Hillary Clinton

related: U.S. makes first-ever push for gay rights abroad

(via newwavefeminism)

How I love Hillary Clinton, let me count the ways. 

(via iamateenagefeminist)

fuckyeahsexyatheists:

I concur