Stimulus: Longest Congressional Vote in History
The Senate passed the stimulus bill late Friday night and the NY Times reports it was the longest congressional vote in history.
Hopefully, President Obama and the Dems learned that Republicans are not their friends.
The House vote was 246 to 183, with just 7 Democrats joining all 176 Republicans in opposition. In the Senate, the vote, 60 to 38, was similarly partisan. Only 3 centrist Republicans joined 55 Democrats and 2 independents in favor.
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