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Democratic National Committee is Meeting: Washington, D.C.

Rosalie Weisfeld, Gilberto Hinojosa and Linda Chavez-Thompson attend Democratic National Committee Meeting

Rosalie Weisfeld, Gilberto Hinojosa and Linda Chavez-Thompson attend Democratic National Committee Meeting

Today in Washington, DC the Democratic National Committee is meeting.  Debbie Wasserman Schultz is being re-elected Chair of DNC while Donna Brazille is serving as the interim Chair for the election.  Rosalie Weisfeld is in attendance.

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“Mr. Speaker! Mr. Speaker!” by Michael Steenbergen

“Mr. Speaker, Mr. Speaker”   Or “How to Steal a Presidential Election and Force the Victim to Announce You Winner”     Starring Vice President Al Gore and Featuring the United States Congress in Joint Session (Both by Quotation Directly from the Congressional Record)   Also Starring in Abstencia: George and Jeb, the Bush Boys, and The Supremes (Court) (Again Both Groups by Direct Reference in the Congressional Record)   A One Act Coup D’état  copyright 2011 by Michael Steenbergen

“Mr. Speaker! Mr. Speaker! 

History forces Vice President Al Gore to supervise and certify his own usurpation as the winner of the 2000 US Presidential Election.
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“Mr. Speaker, Mr. Speaker”

Or “How to Steal a Presidential Election and Force the Victim to Announce You Winner”

Starring Vice President Al Gore and Featuring the United States Congress in Joint Session (Both by Quotation Directly from the Congressional Record)

Also Starring in Abstencia: George and Jeb, the Bush Boys, and The Supremes (Court) (Again Both Groups by Direct Reference in the Congressional Record)

A One Act Coup D’état
copyright 2011 by Michael Steenbergen

All Dialogue is 100 Percent Real, Historically Accurate and was actually spoken on the Floor of the United States Congress

Congressional Record
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United States of America
PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OF THE 107th CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION
Vol. 147 WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 2001 No. 4
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD—HOUSE H45

APPOINTMENT OF TELLERS ON THE PART OF THE HOUSE TO COUNT ELECTORAL VOTES

The SPEAKER. Pursuant to the provisions of Senate Concurrent Resolution 1, the 107th Congress, the Chair appoints as tellers on the part of the House to count the electoral votes the gentleman from California (Mr. THOMAS) and the gentleman from Pennsylvania (Mr. FATTAH).

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER

The SPEAKER pro tempore (Mr.COMBEST). The Chair will entertain five 1-minutes on each side.

OBJECTING TO THE ELECTORAL VOTE COUNT FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA (Ms. WATERS asked and was given permission to address the House for 1 minute.)

Ms. WATERS. Mr. Speaker, let the RECORD show that on today, Saturday, January 6, I am present on the floor of the House of Representatives prepared to object to the electoral vote count for the State of Florida at the proceedings that will take place at 1 o’clock.  Let the RECORD show that the rules require all objections to be submitted in writing and signed by a Member of the House and a Member of the Senate.  As of 11:00 today, I have not been able to identify any U.S. Senator prepared to sign any objections; therefore, all attempts to object may be denied. However, I am voicing my objections to the electoral votes submitted by Florida. Mr. Speaker, I believe these electoral votes to be illegitimate and unrepresentative of the true popular vote in Florida. Vice President GORE is leading in popular votes in excess of 500,000 votes in this country, and all of Florida’s vote recounts are not yet tabulated. The recounts will document that GORE won Florida, despite voter fraud, despite voter intimidation, despite the butterfly ballots, despite the
criminal recording of ID numbers on absentee ballots. History will record what really took place in this election.

(Mr. WATTS of Oklahoma asked and was given permission to address the House for 1 minute. Deleted.)

EXPRESSING OUTRAGE AND EXASPERATION OF CONSTITUENTS IN MIAMI, FLORIDA (Mrs. MEEK of Florida asked and was given permission to address the House for 1 minute.)

Mrs. MEEK of Florida. Mr. Speaker, I am a born and raised resident of the State of Florida. I do not stand today before this Congress with great pride, because I must object to the way the votes were handled in the State of Florida. Mr. Speaker, I am here to express the outrage and exasperation of my constituents in Miami, Florida, over the failure of our government and our electoral system in the 2000 Presidential election; 20,000 votes or more were not counted in Miami, Dade County, Florida. I am standing so that history will show and record my words so that people might better understand what has happened to us in Miami. We are outraged because African American voters in Florida did everything they were supposed to do, studied the issues. We did our civic duty. We lined up at the polls and we voted; and yet massive numbers of our votes were not counted. We cannot be silent, even though we would like to. First, the importance of this election is important throughout the country. We exercised what we thought was our legal right, only to have it nullified by faulty and defective voting machines distributed discriminatorily, targeted in our neighborhoods, nullified by purge of voting lists, and on and on. Mr. Speaker, I want America to understand that African Americans were not given process in this election.

(Mr. DREIER asked and was given permission to address the House for 1 minute. Comment deleted.)

VOICING OBJECTION TO TALLY ON PREMISE OF SELF-EVIDENT TRUTH THAT WE ALL ARE CREATED EQUAL (Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas asked and was given permission to address the House for 1 minute and to revise and extend her remarks.)

Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas. Mr. Speaker, Alexander Hamilton said the sacred rights of mankind can never be erased or obscured by mortal power. Today is a solemn day, a day to affirm the votes of the American people; yet thousands of Americans’ votes were not counted.  I went to Florida and saw thousands of Floridian votes thrown out. After marches in Selma, Alabama and a dream that was enunciated at the Lincoln Memorial, it is imperative that the self-evident truth is that every vote must count. Therefore, at the tallying of the electoral votes, the voice of the voiceless will be heard as I intend to make a formal objection to the tally on the premise of the self-evident truth that we all are created equal. I will formally object to the electoral votes of the State of Florida, for the Supreme Court’s decision must not substitute for the will of the people. I do believe, as the Declaration of Independence has said, we all are created equal with certain inalienable rights of life, liberty, and, of course, freedom and justice, as I paraphrase.

(Mr. HAYWORTH asked and was given permission to address the House for 1 minute.  Comment deleted.)

BETRAYAL OF DEMOCRACY (Ms. LEE asked and was given permission to address the House for 1 minute and to revise and extend her remarks.)

Ms. LEE. Mr. Speaker, I rise today in total outrage over the disenfranchisement of thousands of voters and the real betrayal of our democracy. I rise today because we will not go gentle into that night. We will not stand silently by to seal the results of an electoral system that is separate and unequal. We will not stand silently by while African American voters are dismissed from polling places, forced to use antiquated machines, and denied their rightful voice.  I went to Florida to work to get out the vote for the same reason that I have gone overseas as an election observer, because free and fair elections are the very lifeblood of our democracy, because the principle of one person, one vote, must be more than empty rhetoric. This is not a dispute about chads; this is about fairness. Martin Luther King, Jr. fought for the right to vote. Medgar Evers died for the right to vote. Today, we stand here in their memory. The right to vote is meaningless if every vote is not counted. So, let the world know that we failed in upholding our democratic principles, and that it was the Reagan-Bush Supreme Court, not the people of the United States, who decided the outcome of this election. I object to the tallying and to accepting the electoral votes and will formally do so.

(Mr. HUTCHINSON asked and was given permission to address the House
for 1 minute.  Comment deleted.)

GROSS VIOLATIONS OF VOTING RIGHTS ACT (Ms. MCKINNEY asked and was given permission to address the House for 1 minute.)

Ms. MCKINNEY. Mr. Speaker, we had our problems in Georgia, but the Florida elections were marred by gross violations of the Voting Rights Act. Voters who had never been to jail were listed as felons and then were not able to vote. Translators were not provided. A second ID was requested of immigrants even though it was not required. But while Floridians pored over
hanging chads and dimpled ballots, one-third of Florida’s African American males were unable to vote because of felony convictions. The Congress today will rubber stamp these gross violations of the Violating Rights Act. For black voters, these egregious insults must be addressed. It is not the act of voting that is democracy, but the counting of those votes; and that is what measures a true democracy.

ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE

The SPEAKER Pro Tempore (Mr. COMBEST). The Chair desires to make a statement. The Chair desires to defer further unanimous consent requests and 1- minute speeches until after the formal ceremony of the day, which is the counting of the electoral votes for President and Vice President.

RECESS

The SPEAKER pro tempore. Pursuant to clause 12 of rule I, the Chair declares the House in recess until approximately 12:55 p.m.

Accordingly (at 11 o’clock and 21 minutes a.m.), the House stood in recess until approximately 12:55 p.m.

AFTER RECESS
The recess having expired, the House was called to order by the Speaker at 1 o’clock and 1 minute p.m.

COUNTING ELECTORAL VOTES—JOINT SESSION OF THE HOUSE AND SENATE HELD PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 1

At 1:02 p.m. the Sergeant at Arms, Wilson Livingood, announced the Vice President and the Senate of the United States. The Senate entered the Hall of the House of Representatives, headed by the Vice President and the Secretary of the Senate, the Members and officers of the House rising to receive them. The Vice President took his seat as the Presiding Officer of the joint convention of the two Houses, the Speaker of the House occupying the chair on his left. Senators took seats to the right of the rostrum as prescribed by law.

The joint session was called to order by the Vice President.

The VICE PRESIDENT. Mr. Speaker and Members of Congress, the Senate and the House or Representatives, pursuant to the requirements of the Constitution and the laws of the United States, are meeting in joint session for the purpose of opening the certificates and ascertaining and counting the
votes of the electors of the several States for President and Vice President. After ascertainment has been had that the certificates are authentic and correct in form, the tellers will count and make a list of the votes cast by the electors of the several States. The tellers on the part of the two Houses will take their places at the Clerk’s desk.

The tellers, Senator DODD and Senator MCCONNELL on the part of the Senate, and Mr. THOMAS and Mr. FATTAH on the part of the House, took
their places at the desk.

The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair will open the certificates in alphabetical order and pass to the tellers the certificates showing the votes of the electors in each State, and the tellers will then read, count, and announce the result in each State.

POINT OF ORDER

Mr. DEUTSCH. Mr. Vice President, I make a point of order.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The gentleman will state his point of order.
Mr. DEUTSCH. Mr. Vice President, we have just completed the closest election in American history.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The gentleman will suspend. The Chair is advised by the Parliamentarian that, under section 18 of title 3, United States Code, no debate is allowed in the joint session. If the gentleman has a point of order, please present the point of order.
Mr. DEUTSCH. Mr. Vice President, there are many Americans who still believe that the results we are going to certify today are illegitimate.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The gentleman will suspend. If the gentleman from Florida has a point of order, he may present the point of order at this time. Otherwise, the gentleman will suspend.
Mr. DEUTSCH. Mr. Vice President, I will note the absence of a quorum and respectfully request that we delay the proceedings until a quorum is present.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair is advised by the Parliamentarian that
section 17 of title 3, United States Code, prescribes a single procedure for
resolution of either an objection to a certificate or other questions arising in
the matter. That includes a point of order that a quorum is not present. The Chair rules, on the advice of the Parliamentarian, that the point of order that a quorum is not present is subject to the requirement that it be in writing and signed by both a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator.
Is the point of order in writing and signed not only by a Member of the House of Representatives but also by a Senator?
Mr. DEUTSCH. It is in writing, but I do not have a Senator.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The point of order may not be received. The Chair hands to the tellers the certificate of the electors for President and Vice President of the State of Alabama, and they will read the certificate and will count and make a list of the votes cast by that State… …the State of Alaska …the State of Arizona …the State of Arkansas …the State of California …the State of Colorado …the State of Connecticut …the State of Delaware …the District of Columbia… Is there objection to the certificate just counted? The Chair hears no objection.

There was no objection.

The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair now hands to the tellers the certificate of the electors for President and Vice President of the State of Florida, and
they will read the certificate and will count and make a list of the votes cast
by that State.
Mr. FATTAH (one of the tellers). This is the one we have all been waiting for.  We, the undersigned duly elected and serving Electors for President and Vice-President hereby certify that we have this day met in the Executive Offices of the Capitol at Tallahassee, Florida, and cast our votes for President of the United States and our votes for Vice-President of the United
States, and that the results are as follows: Those receiving votes for President of the United States and the number of such votes were: George W. Bush, 25. Those receiving votes for Vice- President of the United States and the number of such votes were: Dick Cheney, 25. Done at Tallahassee, the Capitol, this 18th day of December, A.D., 2000. Signed by the pertinent electors and duly attested. Mr. President, the certificate of the electoral vote of the State of Florida seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears therefrom that George W. Bush of the State of Texas received 25 votes for President and Dick Cheney of the State of Wyoming received 25 votes for Vice President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is there objection?
Mr. HASTINGS of Florida. Mr. President, I object to the certificate from
Florida.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The gentleman from Florida (Mr. HASTINGS)
will present his objection. Is the gentleman’s objection in writing and
signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and by a Senator?
Mr. HASTINGS of Florida. Mr. President, and I take great pride in calling
you that, I must object because of the overwhelming evidence of official misconduct, deliberate fraud, and an attempt to suppress voter turnout.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair must remind Members that under section 18, title 3, United States Code, no debate is allowed in the joint session.
Mr. HASTINGS of Florida. Thank you, Mr. President. To answer your
question, Mr. President, the objection is in writing, signed by a number of Members of the House of Representatives, but not by a Member of the Senate. Thank you, Mr. President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentleman from Florida for
his courtesy. Since the present objection lacks the signature of a Senator,
accordingly, the objection may not be received. Are there other objections?
Mrs. MEEK of Florida. Mr. President, I have an objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from
Florida (Mrs. MEEK) rise?
Mrs. MEEK of Florida. Mr. President, I have an objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection in writing and signed by a Member of the House and by a Senator?
Mrs. MEEK of Florida. Mr. President, it is in writing and signed by myself
and several of my constituents from Florida. A Senator is needed, but missing.
The VICE PRESIDENT. On the basis previously stated, the objection may
not be received. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from Florida for her
courtesy. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from Florida, Ms. BROWN, rise?
Ms. BROWN of Florida. Mr. President, I stand for the purpose of objecting
to the counting of the vote from the State of Florida as read.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection in writing and signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Ms. BROWN of Florida. Mr. President, it is in writing and signed by several House colleagues on behalf of, and myself, the 27,000 voters of Duval County, of which 16,000 of them are African Americans that were disenfranchised in this last election.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The gentlewoman will suspend. The part of the
question that the Chair will put again is, is the objection signed by a Member
of the Senate?
Ms. BROWN of Florida. It is not signed by a Member of the Senate. The
Senate is missing.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman. The objection, on the basis previously stated, may not be received. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from Texas (Ms. EDDIE BERNICE
JOHNSON) rise?
Ms. EDDIE BERNICE JOHNSON of Texas. Mr. President, I rise on behalf of the Congressional Black Caucus to object to the 25 electoral votes from Florida.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Does the gentlewoman state an objection, and is it in writing and signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Ms. EDDIE BERNICE JOHNSON of Texas. It is in writing, signed by a number of Members of Congress, and because we received hundreds of thousands of telegrams and e-mails and telephone calls, but we do not have a
Senator.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection signed by a Senator?
Ms. EDDIE BERNICE JOHNSON of Texas. It is not signed by a Senator,
Mr. President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from Texas.
On the previous basis stated, the objection may not be received. For what purpose does the gentleman from Maryland (Mr. CUMMINGS) rise?
Mr. CUMMINGS. I have an objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The gentleman will state his objection. Is the
objection in writing and signed by a Member of the House and a Senator?
Mr. CUMMINGS. Mr. President, it is in writing and signed by myself on behalf of the many disenfranchised people in the State of Florida, and it is
signed along with many of my other colleagues from the House.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is it signed by a Senator?
Mr. CUMMINGS. No, it is not.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentleman from Maryland.
On the basis previously stated, the objection may not be received.
Mr. CUMMINGS. Thank you very much, Mr. President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from
Texas (Ms. JACKSON-LEE) rise?
Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas. Mr. President, I have an objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection in writing and signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas. Mr. President, thank you for your inquiry. It is in writing, it is signed by myself on behalf of my diverse constituents and the millions of Americans who have been disenfranchised by Florida’s inaccurate vote count, along with my House colleagues, Mr. President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection signed by a Senator?
Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas. Mr. President, I do not have a Senator who has signed this objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from Texas. On the basis previously stated, the objection may not be received.
Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas. Thank you, Mr. President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from California (Ms. WATERS) rise?
Ms. WATERS. Mr. Vice President, I rise to object to the fraudulent 25 Florida electoral votes.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection in writing and signed by a Member of the House and a Senator?
Ms. WATERS. The objection is in writing, and I do not care that it is not signed by a Member of the Senate.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair will advise that the rules do care, and the signature of a Senator is required. The Chair will again put that part of the question: Is the objection signed by a Senator?
Ms. WATERS. Mr. Vice President, there are gross violations of the Voting Rights Act from Florida, and I object; and it is not signed by a Senator.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from California. On the basis previously stated, the objection may not be received. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from California (Ms. LEE) rise?
Ms. LEE. Mr. President, I have an objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection in writing and signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Ms. LEE. Mr. President, it is in writing and signed by myself on behalf of many of the diverse constituents in our country, especially those in the Ninth Congressional District and all American voters who recognize that the Supreme Court, not the people of the United States, decided this election.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection signed by a Senator?
Ms. LEE. Unfortunately, Mr. President, it is not signed by one single Senator.
The VICE PRESIDENT. On the basis previously stated, the objection may not be received. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from California. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from Georgia (Ms. MCKINNEY) rise?
Ms. MCKINNEY. Mr. President, I have an objection at the desk to Florida’s 25 electoral votes.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection in writing and signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Ms. MCKINNEY. Mr. President, it is in writing and it is signed by my Congressional Black Caucus colleagues, my House colleagues and myself; but it is not signed by one single Senator.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from Georgia. On the basis previously stated, the objection may not be received. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from Hawaii (Mrs. MINK) rise?
Mrs. MINK of Hawaii. Mr. President, I want to voice my objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection in writing and signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Mrs. MINK of Hawaii. Mr. President, it is in writing, and I have signed it on behalf of not only myself and other colleagues of the House but my constituents. Unfortunately, I have no authority over the United States Senate and no Senator has signed.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from Hawaii. On the basis previously stated, the objection may not be received. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from North Carolina (Mrs. CLAYTON) rise? Mrs. CLAYTON. Mr. President, I rise in objection to the Florida electoral votes, and I rise to object to the process that, indeed, that voters do count, the essence of democracy demands that we speak to it.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection in writing and is it signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Mrs. CLAYTON. Mr. President, it is in writing and it is signed by more than 10 of my Members in the House.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection signed by a Senator?
Mrs. CLAYTON. Unfortunately, it is not.
The VICE PRESIDENT. On the basis previously stated, the objection may not be received. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from North Carolina. Are there any other objections? For what purpose does the gentlewoman from Georgia (Ms. MCKINNEY) rise?
Ms. MCKINNEY. Mr. President, I object to Florida’s electors, and in view of the fact that debate is not permitted in joint session and pursuant to title 3, I move that the House withdraw from the joint session in order to allow consideration of the facts surrounding the slate of electors from Florida.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair will remind the Members of the joint session that even though a Member’s motion may affect only one House, the statutory principle of bicameral signatures must, nevertheless, be applied. The gentlewoman will suspend. Reading sections 15 through 18 of title 3, United States Code, as a coherent whole, the Chair holds that no procedural question is to be recognized by the presiding officer in the joint session unless presented in writing and signed by both a Representative and a Senator. Is the gentlewoman’s motion in writing and signed by a Member and a Senator?
Ms. MCKINNEY. Mr. President, the motion is in writing, it is at the desk, and because it involves the prerogatives of the House, therefore Senate assent is not required.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair will advise the gentlewoman respectfully that reading sections 15 through 18 of title 3, U.S. Code, as a whole, the Chair holds that no procedural question, even if involving only one House of Congress, is to be recognized by the presiding officer in the joint session, unless presented in writing and signed by both a Representative and a Senator. Because the gentlewoman’s motion is not signed by a Senator, on the basis previously stated, the motion may not be received. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from Georgia. For what purpose does the gentleman from California rise?
Mr. FILNER. I have an objection to the electoral votes from Florida.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection in writing; is it signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Mr. FILNER. No, it is not in writing, but I rise in solidarity with my colleagues who have previously expressed their objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The objection will not be allowed on the previous basis.
Mr. FILNER. I thank the President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from California (Ms. WATERS) rise?
Ms. WATERS. I have a motion of objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the motion in writing, and is it signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Member of the Senate?
Ms. WATERS. The motion is in writing, Mr. President, and I rise to offer a motion to withdraw from the joint session. There is no reference to the section that you have referenced to quorum or withdrawal.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair will respectfully advise the gentlewoman from California that sections 15 through 18 of title 3, as previously stated, in the opinion of the Chair and the Parliamentarians require the Chair to rule that no procedural question is to be recognized by the Presiding Officer in the joint session, even if it applies to only one House, unless presented in writing and signed by both a Representative and a Senator. Since the Chair has been advised that the gentlewoman’s motion is not signed by a Senator, on the basis previously stated, the motion may not be received.
Ms. WATERS. Let the RECORD show that is an opinion. It is not written in that section in reference to quorum or withdrawal.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from California. Are there any further objections to the certificate just counted?
Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas. Mr. President, I rise to make a point of order.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the point of order in writing, and is it signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas. Mr. President, being that this is a solemn day and a day that we are affirming the voices of the American people; we   wish to delay this until a quorum has been maintained.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The gentlewoman will be advised, as all Members of the joint session will be advised, that a motion for the presence of a quorum is not in order unless it is signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator. Since the Chair is advised that the gentlewoman’s motion is not signed by a Senator, it is not received.
Ms. JACKSON-LEE of Texas. Thank you, Mr. President. It is signed by me, but I do not have a Senator.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentlewoman from Texas. For what purpose does the gentleman from Illinois (Mr. JACKSON) rise?
Mr. JACKSON of Illinois. Mr. President, I have an objection.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the gentleman’s objection in writing and signed by a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator?
Mr. JACKSON of Illinois. Yes, sir, I have signed it.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is the objection signed by a Senator?
Mr. JACKSON of Illinois. Mr. President, I am objecting to the idea that votes in Florida were not counted; and it is a sad day in America, Mr. President, when we cannot find a Senator to sign these objections. New Democratic Senators will not sign the objection, Mr. President. I object.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The gentleman will suspend. The Chair thanks the gentleman from Illinois, but, on the basis previously stated, the objection is not in order. For what purpose does the gentleman from Florida (Mr. HASTINGS) rise?
Mr. HASTINGS of Florida. Mr. President, point of order. Would the President advise whether or not there is an opportunity to appeal the ruling of the Chair?
The VICE PRESIDENT. This is going to sound familiar to you, to all of us. The Chair finds that section 17 of title 3, United States Code, prescribes a single procedure for resolution of either an objection to a certificate or other questions arising in the matter. The Chair rules that the appeal is subject to the requirement that it be in writing and signed by both a Member of the House of Representatives and a Senator. Since the Chair presumes that it is not signed by a Senator, it is not received on the basis previously stated.
Mr. HASTINGS of Florida. We did all we could, Mr. President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair thanks the gentleman from Florida. Are there further objections?
Ms. WATERS. Further objection, Mr. President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. For what purpose does the gentlewoman from California (Ms. WATERS) rise?
Ms. WATERS. Mr. President, I rise to ask unanimous consent that the debate on this issue go forward.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Notwithstanding the fact that an objections were heard, the Chair is advised that that request should not even be entertained. For what purpose does the gentleman from Illinois (Mr. JACKSON) rise?
Mr. JACKSON of Illinois. Mr. President, is it possible to ask at this hour for a Democratic Senator to sign one of these Democratic objections by unanimous consent? Is that within the House rules?
The VICE PRESIDENT. The Chair will advise the gentleman from Illinois that any Member of either Chamber may do as he or she wishes, so long as it is within the rules of the joint session. So it is possible, as long as it does not violate the rules, but the Chair will not entertain debate, because that is a violation of the rules of the joint session. If there is no further objection, the Chair hands to the tellers the certificates of the electors for President and Vice President of the State of Georgia, and they will read the certificate and will count and make a list of the votes cast by that State.
Senator DODD (one of the tellers). Certificate of Ascertainment. On November 7, 2000, the following people were appointed electors of President and Vice President of the United States, each receiving 1,419,720 votes: Certificate of Vote of the 2000 Electors From Georgia. We, the undersigned, being the duly elected and qualified electors of President and Vice President of the United States of America from the State of …  Mr. President, the certificate of the electoral vote of the State of Wyoming seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears therefrom that George W. Bush of the State of Texas received 3 votes for President and DICK CHENEY of the State of Wyoming received 3 votes for Vice President.
The VICE PRESIDENT. Is there objection? The Chair hears no objection.

There was no objection.

The VICE PRESIDENT. Gentlemen and gentlewomen of the Congress, the certificates of all the States have now been opened and read, and the tellers will make final ascertainment of the result and deliver the same to the President of the Senate.

The tellers delivered to the President of the Senate the following statement of results:

JOINT SESSION OF CONGRESS FOR THE COUNTING OF THE ELECTORAL VOTES FOR PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: OFFICIAL TALLY, JANUARY 6, 2001

The undersigned, CHRISTOPHER J. DODD and MITCH MCCONNELL, tellers on the part of the Senate, WILLIAM M. THOMAS and CHAKA FATTAH, tellers on the part of the House of Representatives, report the following as the result of the ascertainment and counting of the electoral vote for President and Vice President of the United States for the term beginning on the twentieth day of January, two thousand and one.

Electoral Votes of Each State For President  Total—538 … George W. Bush, of the State of Texas, 271; AL GORE, of the State of Tennessee, 266

CHRISTOPHER J. DODD, MITCH MCCONNELL, Tellers on the part of
the Senate.

WILLIAM M. THOMAS, CHAKA FATTAH, Tellers on the part of
the House of Representatives.

The VICE PRESIDENT. The state of the vote for President of the United
States, as delivered to the President of the Senate, is as follows: The whole number of electors appointed to vote for President of the United States is 538, of which a majority is 270. George W. Bush, of the State of
Texas, has received for President of the United States 271 votes.  AL GORE, of the State of Tennessee, has received 266 votes. This announcement on the state of the vote by the President of the Senate shall be deemed a sufficient declaration of the persons elected President and Vice President of the United
States, each for the term beginning on the 20th of January 2001, and shall be entered, together with a list of the votes, on the Journals of the Senate and the House of Representatives.  May God bless our new President and
our new Vice President, and may God bless the United States of America.  Members of the Congress, the purpose for which the joint session of the two
Houses of Congress has been called having been accomplished, pursuant to
Senate Concurrent Resolution 1, 107th Congress, the Chair thanks the Speaker and the Members of the House of Representatives and the Senate here assembled and declares the joint session dissolved.

(Thereupon, at 2 o’clock and 50 minutes p.m. the joint session of the two
Houses of Congress was dissolved.)

The SPEAKER. Pursuant to Senate Concurrent Resolution 1, 107th Congress, the Chair directs that the electoral vote will be spread at large upon the Journal.
Google First Edition Published August 4, 2012 by Michael Steenbergen ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Also “Mr. Speaker, Mr. Speaker” by Generation Party on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at 8:39am was published as a Tribute for the HCTDW Annual “Dia De Los Muertos” Fundraiser www.HCTDW.org

President Barack Obama in the Inaugural Parade

GenParty co-founder, Rosalie Weisfeld, took this personal photograph of President Barack Obama just a few hours ago during the Inaugural Parade!  We are so proud of you, Rosalie!

President Barack Obama in the 2013 Inaugural Parade

President Barack Obama in the 2013 Inaugural Parade

The Generation Party Democratic Caucus in Action

Highlights from 2012
The Generation Party Democratic Caucus in Action
Michael Steenbergen and Leslie Gower, two of the three original founders of the Generation Party Democratic Caucus, meet with Hon. Gilberto Hinojosa in Austin Texas at the Texas Democratic Women’s Annual Convention. Judge Hinojosa successfully campaigned for the Chair of the Texas Democratic Party and is the current leader of Texas Democrats. Judge Hinojosa believes that we can only strengthen the Democratic Party by a move towards a liberal philosophy and away from conservatism. Years of compromise and moving to the middle have failed he believes.

First Lady Michelle Obama Wows with Sparkling Inaugural Evening Gown

First Lady Michelle Obama

The President took second place in turning heads at the Inaugural Dinner and Ball: First Lady Michelle Obama was in the center of all eyes in a gorgeous sparkling black evening gown. Photo courtesy of the White House

 

 

Houston Area Election Alert for January 26th Texas Senate District 6

Special Election Texas SD 6
Gov. Perry Sets January 26 Special Election for Senate District 6
Thursday, December 13, 2012
•  Austin, Texas
•  Proclamation

TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME:

WHEREAS, the death of The Honorable Mario V. Gallegos, Jr., has caused a vacancy to exist in Texas State Senate District No. 6, which consists of a part of Harris County; and

WHEREAS, Article III, Section 13 of the Texas Constitution and Section 203.002 of the Texas Election Code require that a special election be ordered upon such a vacancy; and

WHEREAS, the vacancy has occurred during the 60 days immediately prior to the date of convening the 83rd Regular Session of the Texas Legislature (said date being January 8, 2013), and, therefore, pursuant to Section 203.013(c) of the Texas Election Code, the special election must be held on a Tuesday or Saturday occurring no earlier than the 21st day or later than the 45th day after the date the special election is ordered; and

WHEREAS, Section 3.003 of the Texas Election Code requires the special election to be ordered by proclamation of the governor; and

WHEREAS, Saturday, January 26, 2013, is an appropriate election date under Section 203.013(c) of the Texas Election Code, occurring after the date the special election is ordered;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, RICK PERRY, Governor of Texas, under the authority vested in me by the Constitution and Statutes of the State of Texas, do hereby order a special election to be held in Senate District No. 6 on Saturday, January 26, 2013, for the purpose of electing a state senator to serve out the unexpired term of The Honorable Mario V. Gallegos, Jr.

Candidates who wish to have their names placed on the special election ballot must file their applications with the secretary of state no later than 5:00 p.m. on December 27, 2012, in accordance with Section 201.054(a)(2), as extended in accordance with Section 1.006(a), both of the Texas Election Code.

Early voting by personal appearance shall begin on Wednesday, January 9, 2013, in accordance with Section 85.001(a) of the Texas Election Code.

A copy of this order shall be mailed immediately to the County Judge of Harris County, and all appropriate writs will be issued and all proper proceedings will be followed for the purpose that said election may be held to fill the vacancy in District No. 6 and its result proclaimed in accordance with law.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereto signed my name and have officially caused the Seal of State to be affixed at my Office in the City of Austin, Texas, this the 13th day of December, 2012.

RICK PERRY
Governor of Texas

 

Spirit of Texas Rally Speakers Highlight of 2012

Linda, Jim, Karen and Keith

The Texas Tribune Newspaper – Campaign Finance – Generationist Political Action Committee

The Texas Tribune Newspaper – Campaign Finance – Generationist Political Action Committee

http://www.texastribune.org/library/data/campaign-finance/filer/00068154-generationist-political-action-committee/

 

Generationist Political Action Committee a General-Purpose Committee Campaign Finance Report

Campaign finance Report

Campaign finance Report

Elected Jan 19, 2013 Tracy Brownlee, Co-chair Generation Party Democratic Caucus

Elected Jan 19, 2013brownleewin

Tracy Brownlee, Co-chair
Generation Party Democratic Caucus

Biography: Tracy is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. She earned her BS in Interdisciplinary Studies and her M. Ed. in Special Education. Tracy has over ten years of classroom experience from early childhood education to Secondary Mathematics. Tracy currently is the president of an educational firm and resides with her two children in Lufkin, Texas.

In Executive session the Council of
the Generation Party Democratic Caucus
elected Tracy Brownlee to succeed
previous Co-chair Leslie Gower.
The Texas Democratic Party promotes
both a male and female co-chair for
political groups. Announced by the Authority of
James Phoenix, Co-chair

Promesa Project Reaches Youth and Latinos for Democratic Party

The Texas Democratic Party is running a strong ground game for the 2014 midterm and gubernatorial elections.

Generation Party leaders support Texas Democratic Party Outreach Program

Generation Party leaders support Texas Democratic Party Outreach Program

Generation Party Democratic Caucus leaders Rosalie Weisfeld, Leslie Gower and Michael Steenbergen attended last years State Democratic Party Executive Meetings and in particular participated in the meeting that unveiled the “Promesa Project’.”

 

Full details

 

Norton Safe Web Continues Over a Year of Positive Review for GenParty Website

Norton Review of GenerationParty.org

Generationparty-Norton-safe

 

Texas: A Teacher’s View on School Safety: A Response to the Newtown Tragedy

A Teacher’s View on School Safety: A Response to the Newtown Tragedy

Tracy Brownlee

Executive Editor 2013

Published January 5, 2013 | By Tracy Brownlee, GenParty Executive Editor

Newtown Shooting

Newtown Shooting.
When I decided to become an elementary teacher it really was because I had a desire to make a difference in a child’s life. I wanted to offer alternatives to children who were likely to turn to crime and violence by becoming an effective teacher and challenging them academically while still supporting their emotional and developmental growth processes.

My undergraduate studies prepared me to teach academic content while understanding an individual child’s educational preferences and needs. I was trained in child psychology, health, ethics, and then passed state teaching standards.  At that time I was off to make a difference and prepare each child    academic rigor and expectations of the real world.  After ten years in a public classroom, and a Master’s Degree in Education later, I have to admit that teachers, in all reality, cannot fill all of the educational and safety needs of children. Yes, we have the ability but we do not have the overall public consensus to do so.

If you ask any school administrator what their number one priority is for their campus you will more than likely hear student safety before academics. Educators refer to Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, but in short, each child needs to feel safe, secure, and healthy for optimal learning to occur. Government and States have been attempting to address these needs in public schools with programs such as free and reduced school meals to tackle hunger, counselors, and campus health practitioners.  Teachers are required to participate in continuing education hours yearly to maintain their content skills and to keep up with educational trends. Unfortunately, emotional, health, and academic needs will have to fall behind because we have a much greater need today. That need is campus safety.

School districts have various campus committees that help design and implement campus policy and procedures. Safety is among one of the many, but it is the upmost important policy to all district employees. There are campus alerts, alarms, and drills designed and practiced throughout the school year. There is a policy, procedure, and drill for school campuses to follow throughout the country for just about any adverse event: fire, weather, poisonous gas, stranger on campuses.

All districts have disaster drills for each grade level served on that campus. All alerts and drills are to be responded to by teachers and they are to assume it is the actual event and follow specific procedures. Whatever the teacher is doing at the time, he or she must be ready for an alert and be responsible for their students. Many times a flashing light or strobe light will replace your classroom lighting and doors will automatically close. A classroom teacher might have to instruct the students’ to position themselves under the tables, away from windows, or line up to load busses and evacuate campus. In the case of elementary children, many times the drill actually scares them and you have to put in some time explaining why it is important to practice safety drills. Some campuses will have at least 4-6 drills a month. The number and type of drills, ultimately, will lead to some parents becoming upset because their child had to miss academic time or the drills possibly caused their child to become anxious. School administrators and teachers receive many complaints over the practice of safety drills.

Many districts developed policies that do not allow individuals in the hallways of school campuses before or during school hours. This was designed so school employees could monitor hallway traffic and ensure that an individual could not slip into a classroom or potentially harm a child. It also prevented disgruntled parents from possible confrontations with teachers in front of children.  This actually did prevent some problems such as; parents confronting other children, cursing, or indecent clothing exposing specific parts of the adult visitor. However; many parents complained that the school districts were interfering with their parental rights and many districts caved in to the parents complaints and established a check in point where parents could sign in before walking the school campus.

Now after the recent school tragedy in Newtown, CT. school districts are faced with trying to develop procedures to prevent this from happening in their classrooms. People are screaming to schools and government for safety, but when the only solution to defend children from assault weapons is to ban them, the pro-gun members claim the ban on these weapons will violate citizen’s second amendment rights. Pro-gun advocates suggest schools should provide campus safety by allowing teachers to receive gun training and permitting them to arm themselves or provide all schools with armed guards.

As an elementary teacher, I am trying to visualize a safety drill to practice with children that will prepare them for either one of the previous suggestions. I would have to think of these suggestions as if they were real. This stirs some serious questions.

First, if you want teachers armed to take out a gunman with an assault weapon, then what kind of concealed gun would teachers have to become proficient with that could stand a chance? Second, could teachers possibly teach or illustrate on the board with their hand on their holster? Third, if teachers being armed could stop a gunman who is already firing by taking a remarkable lucky shot from across the hall or campus and hitting the gunman would that prevent all loss of life? In reality, a teacher could not both teach and be prepared at any moment to take on an assault weapon.  I am sure many teachers are skilled with handguns, but to suggest or support this procedure one would clearly have to be delusional. I know some teachers are visualizing themselves on the NRA’s posters as “The teacher who saved the campus” but they are living in some fantasy world, because this is extremely dangerous and will no doubt eventually lead to accidental shootings.  The alert drill would be: “children drop low your teacher is going to draw their weapon and pray on your way down they don’t shoot you or your classmates.”

Now, I am thinking about the pro-gun solution about providing armed guards for all schools. Yet, these members are the same individuals that complain about providing funding for free lunch programs. If they complain about feeding children, is it really that tough to question their true concern? Many school districts do not have enough textbooks for every student and yet some believe there will be funds for armed guards for every school? This might sound good those who refuse to question, but those of us that actually have been employed with school districts know that this will NEVER happen unless qualified officers want to work for free–EVERYDAY of the school year!

So, in all honesty, teachers and school districts cannot provide the essential educational and safety needs of children. Educators attempt to develop procedures but if actual solutions to serious problems are always met with overwhelming criticism by groups of individuals more concerned about well-armed militias than they are about their nation’s children.  I think it would be accurate to assume these individuals know absolutely nothing about child development, psychology, inclusion, science, budgeting, precision teaching, time on task, firearm forensics, or any true basic foundations of education or constitutionalism!

Our nation’s children will have to compete in the worldwide arena in the very near future and we certainly owe them a much safer and stronger educational experience. Pretending or being delusional to mask the real problems of society in the end will lead to our nation loosing much more than our second amendment rights and it will ultimately be the fault of those who refuse to apply education, logic, and plain common sense.

Tracy Brownlee

Tracy is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas. She earned her BS in Interdisciplinary Studies and her M. Ed. in Special Education. Tracy has over ten years of classroom experience from early childhood education to Secondary Mathematics.

Tracy currently is the president of an educational firm and resides with her two children in Lufkin, Texas.

Rick Perry should be impeached

Texas law requires NO MISCONDUCT to impeach a Governor. Political expediencey or change is reason enough. Human liberties, rights and development are of highe concern to Texas Democrats. To preserve and promote these ideas, and in order to protect children, women and seniors from Perry budget cuts to Education and Social Services, norick2013Rick Perry should be impeached and removed from the office of Governor of Texas. – Michael Steenbergen, Acting Chair, Generation Political Party.

Language Translator Provides Chance for World Peace

For nearly twenty years Michael Steenbergen has been determined to keep the “internet” and its abilities free and available to the common person.  Just out of college, the motive was not purely altruistic but economical.

 

For years http://www.web-a-dex.com/translate.htm led the world (search engines) in guiding the general public to theses resources.  Then the “tech crach” of the stock market came and overnight these free resources dried up.

 

After a long and ardous fight to search the very Earth itself, the results are in and better than ever.

 

Language Translator

Jim Riley Speech Rivals Both Kennedy Brothers: JFK and RFK

GenParty Event Aims to Break Record Attendance for Burnet Democrats

 

Top Texas Democrats to gather in the Hill Country West of Austin the weekend after most colleges close down.

Spirit of Texas May 19th 2:30 pm Johnson City Park

Obama Spirit of Texas Support Page

 

Spirit of Texas Website

GENPAC SUPERNETWORK UNVEILED

The Chair of the Generationist Political Action Committee is an internet development specialist who has spent years preparing to launch an internet Democratic support effort that begins with this group of domain names.  On January 27th 2012 at 5:01 AM CST the Generationist Political Action Committee (GENPAC) announced the formation of a group of domains the Committee labeled a Democratic Party “Super Network” designed as a modern messaging device for Democrats.

…..this is really bad news for the Republican Party

GENPAC SUPERNETWORK DOMIAINS
burnetcountydemocrats.net
countychair.org
democraticlandslide.com
generationism.com
generationism.info
generationism.net
generationism.org
generationist.com
generationist.info
generationist.net
generationist.org
generationparty.info
generationparty.org
genpactexas.com
genpactx.com
genpactx.org
globalweapon.com
globalweapon.net
hidalgodemocrats.net
mysanantonio.net
oneplanetonepeople.info
oneworldoneweb.net
oneworldoneweb.org
politicaljustice.net
politicaljustice.org
republicanliar.com
republicanliar.net
republicanliar.org
republicanliars.com
republicanliars.net
republicanliars.org
ritmotejano.com
ritmotejano.net
ritmotejano.org
salife.net
spacecolonizationfoundation.com
statechair.com
statechair.net
statechair.org
stonewalldems.net
translateusa.net
twintowersterror.org

 

… Domain Contact Information
Organizational and Technical Contact

Generationist Political Action Committee
Attn: Michael Steenbergen
2208 Belaire
Granite Shoals, TX 78654
United States
(512) 234-5348
(210) 373-6096
michael@generationparty.org

 

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GENPAC of Texas Makes Federal Filing as 527 Non Profit

GENPAC of Texas Makes Federal Filing as 527 Non Profit

GENPAC of Texas 527 Non Proft Federal Filing

GENPAC of Texas Makes Federal Filing as 527 Non Profit
GENPAC of Texas 527 Non Proft Federal Filing  Pol. adv. by Generationist Political Action Committee – The two party political system of the USA is suffering greatly under the strain of 200 years of stewardship. We must look to the future and a world where two parties are not one, and the government is not “bilked”. By supporting the Democratic Party we can help end this stalemate. We offer financial support to the following groups:

1. TEXAS DEMOCRATIC PARTY | AUSTIN TX 78701

2. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE | 430 S. CAPITOL ST. SE, WASHINGTON DC 20003

3. CALIFORNIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY | 1401 21ST STREET, SUITE 200, SACRAMENTO, CA 95811

4. NEW YORK STATE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE | 461 PARK AVENUE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10016

5. HIDALGO COUNTY TEXAS DEMOCRATIC WOMEN | 625 EAST DALLAS AVENUE, MCALLEN, TX 78501

6. STONEWALL DEMOCRATS OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY | P O BOX 2736 MCALLEN TX 78501

7. MISSOURI DEMOCRATIC PARTY | 208 MADISON STREET, JEFFERSON CITY, MO 65102
8.
NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN | 733 15TH STREET NW 2ND FLOOR WASHINGTON D.C. 20005

9. DOGGETT FOR US CONGRESS | PO BOX 5843 AUSTIN TX 78763

10. TRAVIS COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY | P.O. BOX 684263 (1311 E 6TH ST) AUSTIN TX 78768

11. BEXAR COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY | 8647 WURZBACH RD. E-2 SAN ANTONIO TX 78240

12. BURNET COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY | PO BOX 123 BURNET TX 78611

13. HIDALGO COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY | 305 (B) N. SHARY RD. MISSION TX 78572

14. MOVEON.ORG | PO BOX 9218 BERKLEY CA 94709
Address 2208 Belaire Dr, Granite Shoals, TX 78654 · Get Directions
Phone 469-656-3277
Website http://www.generationparty.org

• At 5:01 AM CST the Generationist Political Action Committee (GENPAC) announced the formation of a group of domains the Committee labeled a
Democratic Party “Super Network” designed as a modern messaging device for Democrats.

GENPAC SUPERNETWORK

… Domain Contact Information
Organizational and Technical Contact

Generationist Political Action Committee
Attn: Michael Steenbergen
2208 Belaire
Granite Shoals, TX 78654
United States
(512) 234-5348
(210) 373-6096
michael@generationparty.org

Domain
burnetcountydemocrats.net
countychair.org
democraticlandslide.com
generationism.com
generationism.info
generationism.net
generationism.org
generationist.com
generationist.info
generationist.net
generationist.org
generationparty.info
generationparty.org
genpactexas.com
genpactx.com
genpactx.org
globalweapon.com
globalweapon.net
hidalgodemocrats.net
mysanantonio.net
oneplanetonepeople.info
oneworldoneweb.net
oneworldoneweb.org
pecboard.com
politicaljustice.net
politicaljustice.org
republicanliar.com
republicanliar.net
republicanliar.org
republicanliars.com
republicanliars.net
republicanliars.org
ritmotejano.com
ritmotejano.net
ritmotejano.org
salife.net
spacecolonizationfoundation.com
statechair.com
statechair.net
statechair.org
stonewalldems.net
translateusa.net
twintowersterror.org

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