Vote Tally Count Payroll tax cut, unemployment extension

House and Senate Roll Call Votes below:
 
WASHINGTON — With members of both parties expressing distaste at some of the particulars, Congress on Friday voted to extend payroll tax cuts and unemployment benefits and sent the legislation to President Obama, ending a contentious political and policy fight

The vote in the House was 293 to 132 with Democrats, who are in the minority, carrying the proposal over the top with the acquiescence of almost as many Republicans. The Senate followed within minutes and approved the measure on a vote of 60 to 36. New York Times

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Senate Vote on Conference Report: H.R. 3630: Temporary Payroll Tax Cut Continuation Act of 2011

Number: Senate Vote #22 in 2012 [primary source: senate.gov]
Date: Feb 17, 2012 11:58AM
Result: Conference Report Agreed to
Bill: H.R. 3630: Temporary Payroll Tax Cut Continuation Act of 2011
 

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Acorn alive, fake voter registration rampant

Acorn is alive and well. I give credit to CNN for doing this piece. $800,000 was given to Acorn by Obama, acording to the clip and the best part, they are behind the litigation in many States over I.D. requirements. Anyone still wondering what this regime is all about? Here we go.

Even though it was supposedly stripped of federal funding in 2009, a non-partisan government corruption watchdog says the disgraced organization known as ACORN is alive and well and still thriving on government dollars.

“So ACORN has not gone away. What it has done is it’s had its tentacles rebrand themselves and rename themselves in order to get federal money and go around the ban that Congress passed and the president signed,” Epstein explains.

One of those branches, Project Vote, is now working with the Obama Justice Department to sue various states under the National Voter Registration Act.

“Project Vote forced them to accept many fraudulent voter registration forms,” the Cause of Action executive director reports. “And that part of the problem was that the states became so overwhelmed, they couldn’t actually conduct good oversight to ensure election integrity.”
Epstein does not think the Justice Department will either investigate ACORN and its affiliates, or prevent voter fraud, but he hopes Congress will conduct thorough oversight on the matter. Lots of luck with that one.

Full story at One News Now. H/T: Gateway Pundit for the Vid.

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