BillEvelyn 1 year, 9 months ago on Congressional leader sounds off on T-SPLOST

Let me see if I understand this. A big Liberal Republican named Mica from Florida 7th District advocates taxes in violation of Republican Party principles, and our GOP, Governor, Lt Governor, House Leadership, and Senate Leadership say absolutely nothing.

Naturally he wants us to pass it. His District borders Georgia and the higher sales taxes are here, the more people will go to Jacksonville to shop and buy big ticket items.

I think the scale of our problem with the Republican Party nationally and in the State of Georgia renders a fix almost impossible. Big spenders like Woodall, Graves, Westmoreland, etc. Anti Liberty NDAA supporters - all of them - need to be voted out of office.

This would be good for those primarying Liberal Republicans to do a press release admonishing this Libtard in Florida; especially in South Georgia.

What business is it of this Congress Idiot to advocate for anything in Georgia?

Florida stay out of our business.


BillEvelyn 1 year, 9 months ago on WOODALL: The people will have final word on healthcare

Rob can't be bold and independent. He is a product of government. They guy has absolutely no accomplishments outside of government. He is one of the agents in the Matrix that enforces the code.


BillEvelyn 1 year, 9 months ago on WOODALL: The people will have final word on healthcare

Rob Woodall could not be more wrong in his assessment if he actually tried to be wrong. Rob agrees with Chief Justice John Roberts statement; "It is not our (the Court's) job to protect the people from the consequences of their political choices." Rob wrote; "And he's right." Well no he's not right.

Robert's just managed to legislate from the bench. All Robert's is supposed to do is determine what is constitutional and vote accordingly to protect the people from an out of control Congress.

It is not a tax, it is a fine a penalty. There is no requirement for your to purchase Obamacare, but it you don't you will be fined.

Rob Woodall is one of the Big Spending Republicans in Congress. Last week alone he voted YES for H.R. 5972, the FY 2013 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (THUD) Appropriations bill. According to the Appropriations Committee report, excluding the estimated offsetting receipts, the THUD bill would increase spending by $1.44 billion compared to last year. Only when including estimated offsetting receipts, which are mostly payments made by borrowers to the Federal Housing Administration, is the bill a net reduction in the cost of THUD this year compared to last year. CBO estimates that these offsetting receipts will increase from $5.8 billion to $11.2 billion, due to lower anticipated defaults on loans. The following spending increases in the THUD bill for items conservatives have traditionally opposed are of note:

Ø Amtrak: $1.8 billion—which is $384 million (27%) above last year.

Ø Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority (the DC metro): $150 million—the same as last year and $15 million (11%) more than the President’s request.

Ø Essential Air Service: $214 million, including fee collections—the same as President’s request, and $21 million (or 11%) above last year.

Ø Tenant-Based Rental Assistance: $19.1 billion—which is $60 million more than the President’s request and $219.9 million more than last year.

Ø Community Development Block Grant: $3.34 billion—which is $396 million (13.5%) more than both last year and the President’s request.

Ø Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation: $225.3 million—which is $10 million more than last year and $12.3 million more than the request.

Rob Woodall since being elected to the House has participated in the largest growth of government in history. $1.9 trillion over the past two years. Rob is a Republican hack.