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I think it's dead, Jim. 
26th-Feb-2004 01:55 am
howitzer
34 no votes. check it out.

Particularly noteworthy, this includes 8 Republican no votes:

   Lincoln Chafee (R-RI)
   Susan Collins (R-ME)
   Chuck Hagel (R-NE)
   Richard Lugar (R-IN)
   John McCain (R-AZ)
   Olympia Snowe (R-ME)
   Ben Campbell (R-CO)
   Lamar Alexander (R-TN)

Meaning there's a good chance this piece of shit won't even get a majority.

So if you live in these states, please call these folks and thank them.

(actually, the Democratic senators are worth calling as well; just because they're voting the right way doesn't mean they couldn't also use a little encouragement).
Comments 
26th-Feb-2004 08:16 am (UTC) - What exactly?
So is this the anti-marriage amendment?
26th-Feb-2004 08:40 am (UTC)
So far, this is by one (1) vote. It's going to stay hairy for a while yet.
26th-Feb-2004 08:41 am (UTC) - Not to mention
...that the bigger point is to have a nice big gaybashing campaign to crank up the fundy asswipe vote and elect more evil bastards.
26th-Feb-2004 09:56 am (UTC)
there are other no's; this is just the first 34 they managed to confirm.
26th-Feb-2004 08:59 am (UTC)
DUHbya really digs the whole amendment thing:

http://www.calpundit.com/archives/003358.html

Well, except for that nasty Equal Rights Amendment. Screw THAT.
26th-Feb-2004 09:10 am (UTC) - Yeah, I saw this list yesterday
Notice how Cantwell's not on the list? Hopefully, she just hadn't been contacted yet.

And props to Holy Joe Lieberman for getting this right.
26th-Feb-2004 09:50 am (UTC) - Re: Yeah, I saw this list yesterday
She's there; she was there last night. It's just that the list is not entirely in alphabetical order.
26th-Feb-2004 12:20 pm (UTC) - Re: Yeah, I saw this list yesterday
Oh good. I scanned it quickly and didn't see her.

I feel better now.

Cantwell's been slippery about her positions in the past, so it wouldn't have surprised me.
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