Thursday, January 29, 2009

Congressman Cooper Votes No on Stimulas Package

Jim Cooper was one of 11 House Democrats who crossed party lines and voted against the $819 Billion Economic Stimulus package.
"This bill had too many congressional pet projects and too few of President Obama's plans for jump-starting the economy," Cooper said. "I hope the next version of the bill stays closer to its purpose: helping America recover from the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression."

Dear Congressman Cooper,

I am proud of you. Thank you sticking by your principles and having the courage to cross party lines and vote against this bill. You are my kind of Democrat.

Rod Williams

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1 comment:

  1. Iam against the stimulas plan, we already have too much spent and nothing toi show for it. Washington is not willing to take a pay cut and cut out their battery of aides, they use and many other places the gov. needs to cut waste. They don't even enforce the same rules for themselves that they put on every one else, if they did barney franks would be gone also.