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Posted: 5/25/2001 12:18:16 PM EDT
Lets see what everybody thinks
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Ron Paul- Texas. I understand that he would have run as a Libertarian, but he wanted Republican money to get elected :) Other than that, we can trust all the antis to stab us in the back
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 12:25:44 PM EDT
I trust the Dead Kennedys, the band of course.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 12:37:39 PM EDT
I'm sorry, but Paul is probably right. If I think long enough I might be able to come up with one who is dead.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 12:42:33 PM EDT
Ron Paul of Texas is the only one I can think of that has not betrayed the Constitution, yet. While not a Congressman or Senator, I believe I would stand with L. Neil Smith as well. "If ever time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin." - Samuel Adams
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:03:01 PM EDT
Kenny Hulsolf, 9th district MO.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:07:42 PM EDT
Sen. John Kyl R. AZ He keeps his word and doesn't backstab like mcain !![:(!]
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:09:57 PM EDT
Definitely Ron Paul (Texas 14th District). He is an honorable man and a patriot. From what I know of Steve Largent (Oklahoma, 1st District), he is a pretty quality individual who stands up to the Republican leadership when they want to sell out. But I haven't followed him as closely since I left OK a few years back, so someone else might know him better. We used to have Tom Coburn from Oklahoma, too, but he followed his self-imposed three-term limit.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:12:24 PM EDT
I say Ron Paul What about Bob Barr???
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:15:04 PM EDT
For all issues, Congressman Ron Paul of Texas, often called "Dr. No" by his colleagues because that's how he usually votes -- he also ran for President as the Libertarian candidate a few years ago. For firearms issues, Congressman Roscoe Bartlett of Maryland -- the NRA nearly torpedoed his election in 1992 because the NRA was trying to curry political favor with the incumbent Democrat (note that this Demo incumbent had spoken out in favor of the Brady Bill and banning "assault weapons" for quite some time). Who can't you trust -- the NRA.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:20:17 PM EDT
RON PAUL- the only RINO (republican in name only) that can be trusted. He has many times stood alone with the Constitution and Bill of Rights while the rest of the gop and democrats were compromising your rights away.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:21:25 PM EDT
Senator Don Nickles R(OK) I actually received help from Senator Don Nickles and his staff in resolving an issue with the IRS. Of all of the members of Congress from Oklahoma, only his office even responded. Being trustworthy and honest don't necessarily mean that he supports every cause I do, though.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:23:24 PM EDT
I was pretty happy with Dan Burton from Indiana when he was my congressman. On the otherhand, Evan Bayh makes me want to [puke]
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:27:53 PM EDT
By the way, for those who are interested: Main HoR web site: [url]http://www.house.gov/[/url] Ron Paul's site: [url]http://www.house.gov/paul/[/url] Roscoe Bartlett's site: [url]http://www.house.gov/bartlett/[/url]
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:31:33 PM EDT
I have met and voted for Ron Paul. He is truly a good guy and stands up for our rights.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 1:42:32 PM EDT
You can trust 99.9% of them to: 1. Do everything they can to remain in power. 2. Suck up to anyone and everyone who can help with #1. 3. Lie (the media calls it "spin" to pretty it up) to their constituents to continue to do #1. AFARR
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 2:14:12 PM EDT
Senators Stevens and Murkowski usually vote the way I would on things that matter to me (defense, guns, trade & taxes). They're basically lobbyists for the state of Alaska. This loss of the Senate really hurts we Alaskans, because Stevens wielded so much power with his seniority and chairmanship of the Senate Appropriations Committee. Now THAT is power! Senator Murkowski was chairman of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee. All gone. [>Q]
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When Senator Phil Gramm of Texas was a young democrat house member, he resigned his seat in the house and went back to Texas to announce he wanted to become Republican. He then ran for his old seat as a Republican and won. That is how it should be done. Now he is my senator and I trust him. And for now, Kay Bailey Hutchenson, R-Tx.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 3:18:33 PM EDT
Sounds like Ron Paul is a GOOD GUY!! Its a shame the list is so short
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 3:19:34 PM EDT
Rep. Joe Pitts(PA-16), my rep. He is a pretty good guy, votes close to Paul. I'd prefer Paul , but Pitts is good as well.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 3:22:57 PM EDT
the only ones you can trust are already dead. All these folks are capable of being bought or intimidated.
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 3:34:00 PM EDT
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orin hatch
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Link Posted: 5/25/2001 5:21:51 PM EDT
Just watch C-SPAN for 6 mon. I say NONE
Link Posted: 5/25/2001 5:50:01 PM EDT
Sen. Bob Smith of NH "Live Free or Die!"
Link Posted: 5/26/2001 5:51:27 AM EDT
[size=4]The ENTIRE Republican Congressional Delegation from Texas, House and Senate. You heard me![/size=4] YeeeHaaa!!! Eric The(PleasedAsPunch)Hun[>]:)]
Link Posted: 5/26/2001 6:00:36 AM EDT
Sen. Bart Stupak, no, no, taht's not right, he'll say one thing and vote another. Now let me think........oh yea, Sen Carl Levin D/MI. We can always trust him to vote anti-gun. Fred
Link Posted: 5/26/2001 10:09:27 AM EDT
Another for Bob Smith, if he can remember to stay in the Republican party
Link Posted: 5/26/2001 10:17:26 AM EDT
Rep. Ric Keller- FL (Rep.) NRA helped elect him here, just barely over anti-gunner Linda Chapin, who ran attack ads over Keller as being "Pro-Gun." After that, I knew Keller was a good guy. After meeting him at a local shooting range, the guy is stand-up for the 2nd Amendment.
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Link Posted: 5/27/2001 1:19:17 AM EDT
Tolerate, I guess maybe John Dingell from michigan. He is a Democrat but he does a very good job for us. Trust that is a different story none. Six
Link Posted: 5/27/2001 7:41:15 AM EDT
Originally Posted By ARChoo: orin hatch
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If you're serious I suggest you read up a little more about Mr. Hatch.
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