Judy Feder complained about Frank Wolf’s vote on H.R. 1003 (roll call vote number 449, September 14th, 2006), saying
Though this bill was not adequate—far from it—the fact that Frank Wolf rejected even this minimal step is the very reason we need change in Washington.
If you look at the roll call vote, you’ll see that the democratic delegation from the state of Virginia joined Frank Wolf in opposing this measure. Judy Feder’s comments on this legislation in regard to the votes of Congressmen Rick Boucher, James Moran and Robert Scott haven’t been recorded, nor has anyone seen her requests from these representatives for an accounting of the earmarks they have proposed.
You don’t suppose someone so driven by principle is going to give her fellow Democrats a pass on this? That would be, well, evidence of some sort of disorder, wouldn’t it?
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