Friday, January 6, 2012

Santorum’s voting record Comes Up Short on Integrity, Honesty, and Conservative Principles

.....Not so good
 
Artwork Credit - Dan Lacey The Painter Of Pancakes
(Compiled By Brian Frank)

Rick Santorum voted with Barbara Boxer with this: S Amdt 3230 – Gun Lock Requirement Amendment  

Rick Santorum voted for H J Res 47 – Debt Limit Increase Resolution – Key Vote 
Rick Sandtorum flip flopped here by voting FOR Title: Firearms Manufacturers Protection Bill and here he voted against it! Rick Santorum voted against S 1805 – Firearms Manufacturers Protection Bill
Rick Santorum voted for CAFTA that Removes duties on textile and apparel goods traded among participating nations which resulted in almost ALL textile companies to leave the South! and this bill..
Rick Santorum voted for taxes in the Internet Access Tax Bill
Rick Santorum voted against S 1805 – Firearms Manufacturers Protection Bill
Rick Santorum voted for HR 5005 – Establishing the Department of Homeland Security 
Rick Santorum voted for Use of Military Force Against Iraq
Rick Santorum voted against HR 2356 – Campaign Reform Act of 2001 
Rick Santorum voted for HR 1 – No Child Left Behind Act
Rick Santorum voted to confirm President William J. Clinton’s nomination of Alan Greenspan to be Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System for a fourth four-year term.
Rick Santorum voted for HR 3448 – Minimum Wage Increase bill which allows punitive damages for injury or illness to be taxed.
- Allows damages for emotional distress to be taxed.
- Repeals the diesel fuel tax rebate to purchasers of diesel-powered automobiles and light trucks.
Rick Santorum Voted to confirm President William J. Clinton’s nomination of Alan Greenspan to be the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System for the third four year term.
Rick Santorum voted for the protection of Abortion Clinics
Rick Santorum voted for “Dont ask, Dont tell”
Rick Santorum voted for the Military Commissions Act of 2006 which
  1. Strips the right of detainees to habeas corpus (the traditional right of detainees to challenge their detention);
  2. Gives the US President the power to detain indefinitely anyone—US or foreign nationals, from within the US, and from abroad—it deems to have provided material support to anti-US hostilities, and even use secret and coerced evidence (i.e. through use of torture) to try detainees who will be held in secret US military prisons;
  3. Gives US officials immunity from prosecution for torturing detainees that were captured before the end of 2005 by US military and CIA. Source: SCHotline