Friday, September 27, 2013

Senate Democrats and Republicans Vote to Fund Obamacare which Forces All Americans to Fund the Abortion of Unborn Babies

Cloture vote to fund Obamacare


U.S. Senate Roll Call Votes 113th Congress - 1st Session

as compiled through Senate LIS by the Senate Bill Clerk under the direction of the Secretary of the Senate

Vote Summary

Question: On the Cloture Motion (Motion to Invoke Cloture on H.J. Res. 59 )

Vote Number: 206

Vote Date: September 27, 2013, 12:29 PM

Required For Majority: 3/5

Vote Result: Cloture Motion Agreed to

Vote Counts:

Yes vote: 79

No vote: 19

Not voting: 2

Let us be close on this. At this point, depending upon what the House does next, this vote for cloture:


They who voted against cloture (19) are those who want to defund Obamacare! NOTE: All Senators who voted to DEFUND Obamacare are Republicans

Crapo (R-Idaho)
Cruz (R-Texas)
Enzi (R-Wyoming)
Fischer (R-Nebraska)
Grassley (R-Iowa)
Heller (R-Nevada)
Inhofe (R-Oklahoma)
Lee (R-Utah)
Moran (R-Kansas)
Paul (R-Kentucky)
Portman (R-Ohio)
Risch (R-Idaho)
Roberts (R-Kansas)
Rubio (R-Florida)
Scott (R-South Carolina)
Sessions (R-Alabama)
Shelby (R-Alabama)
Toomey (R-Pennsylvania)
Vitter (R-Louisiana)

NOTE: The following Republicans voted to FUND Obamacare by voting for cloture since cloture was the only place Republicans could stop Obamacare funding. After this vote, the Democrats Amended The House bill to fund Obamacare which Majority Leader Harry Reid said he would. The vote was then 54-44-2 to fund Obamacare through a simple majority. A simple majority because Republicans voted for cloture! Not one Democrat voted to defund Obamacare because even in red States the Senators are more afraid of the Democratic Party than they are the voters of the State. Those Republicans who voted for cloture have also shown they do not care about the will of the voters.

ALL Democrats voted for cloture!

The Republicans who voted for cloture:

01) Alexander (R-Tennessee)up for reelection in 2014
02) Ayotte (R-New Hampshire)up for reelection in 2016
03) Barrasso (R-Wyoming)up for reelection in 2018
04) Blunt (R-Missouri)up for reelection in 2016
05) Boozman (R-Arkansas)up for reelection in 2016
06) Burr (R-North Carolina)up for reelection in 2016
07) Chambliss (R-Georgia)up for reelection in 2014 [not seeking reelection]
08) Chiesa (R-New Jersey)appointed election is October 16. ELECT the REPUBLICAN!
09) Coats (R-Indiana)up for reelection in 2016
10) Coburn (R-Oklahoma)up for reelection in 2016
11) Cochran (R-Mississippi)up for reelection in 2014
12) Collins (R-Maine)up for reelection in 2014
13) Corker (R-Tennessee)up for reelection in 2018
14) Cornyn (R-Texas)up for reelection in 2014
15) Graham (R-South Carolina)up for reelection in 2014
16) Hoeven (R-North Dakota)up for reelection in 2016
17) Isakson (R-Georgia)up for reelection in 2016
18) Johanns (R-Nebraska)up for reelection in 2014
19) Johnson (R-Wisconsin)up for reelection in 2016
20) Kirk (R-Illinois)up for reelection in 2016
21) McCain (R-Arizona)up for reelection in 2016
22) McConnell (R-Kentucky)up for reelection in 2014
23) Murkowski (R-Alaska)up for reelection in 2016
24) Thune (R-South Dakota)up for reelection in 2016
25) Wicker (R-Mississippi)up for reelection in 2016

Not voting:

Flake (R-Arizona)up for reelection in 2018
Hatch (R-Utah)up for reelection in 2018