“Once again, Congress has ignored the will of the people.
For weeks it has been obvious that millions of Americans are steadfastly opposed to CISPA, the so-called cybersecurity legislation passed by the House last night that will allow the government to surveil Americans and deny them Fourth Amendment protection while on the internet.
Congressional leaders and members have come up with all kinds of lame excuses in order to push the bill through, including the absurd claim made by the House Majority leader that CISPA will create jobs.”
Below is the record of how Missouri’s U.S. Representatives voted on this latest attempt by the government to take over the internet and kill the last vestige of free speech left in America.
|No||D||Clay, William||MO 1st||0.214733776422|
|No||R||Akin, Todd||MO 2nd||0.899384492082|
|No||D||Carnahan, Russ||MO 3rd||0.332123268781|
|Aye||R||Hartzler, Vicky||MO 4th||0.680701281816|
|No||D||Cleaver, Emanuel||MO 5th||0.232046170913|
|Aye||R||Graves, Samuel “Sam”||MO 6th||0.734983521295|
|Aye||R||Long, Billy||MO 7th||0.701760364477|
|No||R||Emerson, Jo Ann||MO 8th||0.60801430261|
|Aye||R||Luetkemeyer, Blaine||MO 9th|