Who Voted in Congress to Defund the NSA Domestic Spying Program and Who Didn’t

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It was a very interesting vote with a majority of Republicans joining the Obama Administration and many Dems in support of the continued funding of the NSA spying program which dragnets the data of American citizens without a warrant.

But a large minority of the GOP voted to limit funding. In fact, the Amash Amendment nearly passed with help from a good number on the other side of the aisle.

Whether your congressperson voted to continue funding or not is probably a good determiner of whether your “small government” congressperson is actually for small government. I am sad to say that only 1 member from my home state (more properly the Commonwealth) of Virginia voted for the amendment.

One aside. On the way into Washington DC this morning I was entertained by the ranting of one Republican in the House (on the radio) complaining that too many members of the GOP were acting like “libertarians” in voting to defund the NSA domestic spying program.

If only.

Click here for the list of votes and the geographical breakout. 

http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org/

Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org/2013/07/who-voted-to-limit-the-nsa-and-who-didnt-yesterday-in-the-house-did-you-rep-vote-for-big-brother/

Republished from: Global Research