Monday, March 22, 2010

How did U.S. Rep. Larry Kissell vote on health care?

U.S. Rep. Larry Kissell, who represents Merry Oaks and the 8th District, voted against the health care measure on Sunday evening.

Links for more information: The Charlotte Observer
Kissell’s words, in The Fayetteville Observer
Background at UnderOak

3 comments:

Eddie said...

MISTAKE! HIS REFUSAL TO SUPPORT THE HEALTH CARE LEGISLATION WILL COST HIM A LEAST TEN VOTES FROM MY FAMILY MEMBERS. WE ALL VOTED FOR HIM AND HAVE BEEN VERY DISAPPOINTED WITH HIS STRONG WAR HAWKISHNESS WHILE TRIPPING AROUND TRYING TO LOOK LIKE A MAN OF PEACE AND CONCERN FOR THE POOR AND UNEMPLOYED VOTERS IN HIS DISTRICT. I THINK HIS STRADDLE HAS LEFT HIS judgement ON THE FENCE WHILE TRYING TO LOOK LIKE A MODERATE DEMONCRAT BUT IN MIND AND ACTION A MAN LOOKING FOR A CAREER OF LONG LASTING DURATION IN WASHINGTON, DC.

Kristin said...

HOORAY! In this time of being worried about democrats taking a jab at the sanctity of human life, I am happy to say that this is someone who votes within his convictions and not just because he is democrat. Even though it went through, I am proud of the ones that stood up for what is right. Government (or the taxpayer) helps Americans enough. It's time for us to help ourselves!

Mike said...

1+ what Kristin said.
A career of long lasting duration? Heck of a way for a person receiving democratic funding to guarantee that it continues. Sorta like giving your boss “the bird” every time you see him. :)
Thank you Mr. Kissell for having a backbone and putting the future of America first.