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    Friday, September 29, 2006

    More-On Sherrod's Vote In Favor of Tyranny and Against the Constitution

    Here is Sherrod's official statement on it:
    What a bunch of crap. He is hiding behind McCain, who has twice as much to be ashamed of here.

    Comments on "More-On Sherrod's Vote In Favor of Tyranny and Against the Constitution"


    Blogger Kate Anne said ... (4:16 PM, September 29, 2006) : 

    What a bunch of drivel! You would swear he voted for a different bill than the Torture Bill! His description is so out of line with the reality of the anti-constitutional legislation!

    I just spent five minutes ranting to the poor woman at Sherrod Brown's campaign office, 1-800-587-4180 or 440-282-3314.

    As a peace and justice activist who could be disappeared under Bush's new "law" according to the Center for Constitutional Rights, I feel betrayed by Sherrod who is supposed to be progressive. I asked her, what gives?!? The woman could only point me to Sherrod's statement and I told her it was DRIVEL. What possessed him, I asked!! Maybe we should all mail him or email him a note -- you might include this from the CCR.

    We so desperately need to get away from one party rule, but I wonder just how Sherrod will make up for this bad, indeed evil vote.


    Blogger Audient said ... (4:42 PM, September 29, 2006) : 

    I've already called both Brown's district office and his campaign office.

    The one thing I can say to distinguish Brown from DeWine is that the Senate had the Specter Amendement, which failed narrowly, that would have preserved habeas. DeWine voted against that too. I didn't check the House amendments, so perhaps Brown had no similar opportunity. But i haven't checked.


    Blogger Jason Sonenshein said ... (5:45 PM, September 29, 2006) : 

    I hate to be a spelling pedant, but it appears you misspelled moron in your headline.

    I don't think the House rules allow for amendments from the floor, as the Senate rules do. So, if there were any amendment votes in the house, they would have been in committee. By the way, he did it again. Here's the final House vote from earlier today on the Senate version of the act.


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