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Ron Paul’s lack of attendance

Posted by chip91 on October 21, 2007

Arizona Senator John McCain has been heavily criticized for his lack of attendance in the 110th Congress. However, in the current congress Ron Paul has missed 20% of congressional votes. Overall, missing 193 votes. While the average congressman has only missed 4% of votes. I understand that Ron Paul has to spend time campaigning. But isn’t it more important that the people of Texas’s 14th congressional district are represented by a person who does not miss almost 1 in 4 votes then Paul’s long-shot presidential campaign?

The following are the votes Ron Paul missed just over the last four month’s.

10/9/07 Vote 950: H R 400: War Profiteering Prevention Act

10/9/07 Vote 949: H RES 32: Denouncing the Practices of Female Genital Mutilation, Domestic Violence, “Honor Killings”, and Other Gender-Based Persecutions and Expressing the Sense of the House of Representatives That Participation, Protection, Recognition, and Independence of Women is Crucial to Achieving a Just, Moral and Honorable Society

10/3/07 Vote 938: H R 976: Children’S Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act

10/3/07 Vote 937: H R 928: Improving Government Accountability Act

10/3/07 Vote 936: H R 928: Improving Government Accountability Act

10/3/07 Vote 935: H R 928

10/3/07 Vote 934: H RES 702: Providing for Consideration of H.R. 2740, to Require Accountability for Contractors and Contract Personnel Under Federal Contracts, and for Other Purposes

10/3/07 Vote 933: H RES 702: Providing for Consideration of H.R. 2740, to Require Accountability for Contractors and Contract Personnel Under Federal Contracts, and for Other Purposes

10/3/07 Vote 932: H RES 701: Providing for Consideration of H.R. 928, to Amend the Inspector General Act of 1978 to Enhance the Independence of the Inspectors General, to Create a Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency, and for Other Purposes

9/27/07 Vote 923: H R 3567: Small Business Investment Expansion

9/27/07 Vote 922: H R 3567: Small Business Investment Expansion

9/20/07 Vote 889: H R 2881

9/17/07 Vote 869: H R 3527: To Extend for Two Months the Authorities of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation.

9/17/07 Vote 868: H R 1657: To Establish a Science and Technology Scholarship Program to Award Scholarships to Recruit and Prepart Students for Careers in the National Weather Service and in National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Marine Research, Atmospheric Research, and Satellite Programs.

9/17/07 Vote 867: H R 3246: Regional Economic and Infrastructure Development Act of 2007.

9/7/07 Vote 864: H R 2669: College Cost Reduction Act of 2007

9/7/07 Vote 863: H R 1908: Patent Reform Act of 2007

9/7/07 Vote 862: H R 1908

9/7/07 Vote 861: H RES 637: Providing for Consideration of Conference Report to Accompany H.R. 2669, College Cost Reduction and Access Act.

9/7/07 Vote 860: H RES 636: Providing for Consideration of H.R. 1908, Patent Reform Act of 2007.

9/5/07 Vote 853: H RES 544: Expressing the Sympathy and Pledging the Support of the House of Representatives and the People of the U.S. for the Victims of the Devestating Thunderstorms That Caused Severe Flooding in 20 Counties in Eastern Kansas Beginning on June 26, 2007

9/5/07 Vote 852: H RES 508: Recognizing the Strong Security Alliance Between the Government of Japan and the United States and Expressing Appreciation to Japan for Its Role in Enhancing Stability in the Asia-Pacific Region and Its Efforts in the Global War Against Terrorism

9/5/07 Vote 851: H RES 629: Extending the Condolences and Sympathy of the House of Representatives to the Government and the People of Greece for the Grave Loss of Life and Vast Destruction Caused by the Devasting Fires Raging Through Greece Since 2007

9/5/07 Vote 850: H RES 552: Calling on the Government of the People’S Republic of China to Remove Barriers to United States Financial Services Firms Doing Business in China

8/5/07 Vote 846: H R 3222: Making Appropriations for the Department of Defense for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2008, and for Other Purposes.

8/5/07 Vote 845: H R 3222

8/5/07 Vote 844: H R 3222

8/5/07 Vote 843: H R 3222

8/5/07 Vote 842: H R 3222

8/5/07 Vote 841: H R 3222

8/5/07 Vote 840: H R 3222

8/5/07 Vote 839: H R 3222

8/5/07 Vote 838: H R 3222

8/4/07 Vote 837: On Approving the Journal

8/4/07 Vote 836: S 1927: Protect America Act

8/4/07 Vote 835: H R 2776: Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act of 2007

8/4/07 Vote 834: H R 2776: Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation Tax Act of 2007

8/4/07 Vote 833: H RES 623

8/4/07 Vote 832: H R 3221: New Direction for Energy Independence, National Security, and Consumer Protection Act

8/4/07 Vote 831: H R 3221: New Direction for Energy Independence, National Security, and Consumer Protection Act

8/4/07 Vote 830: H R 3221

8/4/07 Vote 829: H R 3221

8/4/07 Vote 828: H R 3221

8/4/07 Vote 827: H R 3221

8/4/07 Vote 826: H RES 615: Providing for Consideration of H.R. 3221, Energy Policy Act and H.R. 2776, to Provide Tax Incentives for the Production of Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation

8/4/07 Vote 825: H RES 615: Providing for Consideration of H.R. 3221, Energy Policy Act and H.R. 2776, to Provide Tax Incentives for the Production of Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation

8/4/07 Vote 824: On Motion to Adjourn

8/3/07 Vote 823: On Motion to Adjourn

8/3/07 Vote 822: H RES 612: Resolution Raising a Question of the Privileges of the House

8/3/07 Vote 821: H R 3356: Improving Foreign Intelligence Surveillance to Defend the Nation and the Constitution Act of 2007

8/3/07 Vote 820: On Approving the Journal

8/3/07 Vote 819: H R 3311: To Authorize Additional Funds for Emergency Repairs and Reconstruction of the Interstate I-35 Bridge Located in Minneapolis, Mn, That Collapsed on Aug. 1, 2007, to Waive the $100,000,000 Limitation on Emergency Relief Funds for Those Emergency Repairs and Reconstruction

8/3/07 Vote 818: H RES 600: Providing for Consideration of Motions to Suspend the Rules

8/3/07 Vote 817: On Motion to Adjourn

8/2/07 Vote 791: H RES 602: Providing for the Consideration of the Conference Report on H.R. 2272, 21st Century Competitiveness Act

8/1/07 Vote 790: H R 1495: Water Resources Development Act

7/31/07 Vote 778: H R 3161: Making Appropriations for Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Programs for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2008, and for Other Purposes.

7/31/07 Vote 776: H R 3161

7/31/07 Vote 775: Call in Committee

7/26/07 Vote 736: H R 3093

7/26/07 Vote 735: H R 3093

7/26/07 Vote 734: H R 3093

7/19/07 Vote 686: H R 3043: Making Appropriations for the Department of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies for Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2008, and for Other Purposes

7/19/07 Vote 685: H R 3043: Making Appropriations for the Department of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies for Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 2008, and for Other Purposes

7/19/07 Vote 684: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 683: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 682: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 681: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 680: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 679: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 678: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 677: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 676: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 675: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 674: H R 3043

7/19/07 Vote 673: H R 3043

7/12/07 Vote 629: H R 1851: Section 8 Voucher Reform Act

7/12/07 Vote 628: H R 1851: Section 8 Voucher Reform Act

7/12/07 Vote 627: H R 1851

7/12/07 Vote 626: H R 1851

7/12/07 Vote 625: H R 1851

7/12/07 Vote 624: H R 2956: Responsible Redeployment From Iraq Act

7/12/07 Vote 623: H R 2956: Responsible Redeployment From Iraq Act

6/25/07 Vote 550: H R 2546: Charles George Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

6/25/07 Vote 549: H RES 189: Expressing the Sense of the House of Representatives That a “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day” Should Be Established.

6/22/07 Vote 548: H R 2771: Legislative Branch Appropriations for Fy 2008

6/22/07 Vote 547: H R 2771: Legislative Branch Appropriations for Fy 2008

6/22/07 Vote 546: H R 2771

6/22/07 Vote 545: H R 2771

6/22/07 Vote 544: H RES 502: Providing for the Consideration of H.R. 2771, Legislative Branch Appropriations for Fy 2008

6/22/07 Vote 543: H RES 502: Providing for the Consideration of H.R. 2771, Legislative Branch Appropriations for Fy 2008

6/21/07 Vote 534: H R 2764

6/21/07 Vote 533: H R 2764

6/20/07 Vote 523: H R 2641

6/20/07 Vote 522: H R 2641

6/20/07 Vote 521: H R 2641

6/15/07 Vote 498: H R 2642: Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations for Fy 2008

6/15/07 Vote 497: H R 2642

6/15/07 Vote 496: H R 2642

6/15/07 Vote 495: H R 2642

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6 Responses to “Ron Paul’s lack of attendance”

  1. disinter said

    Oh look at the poor little frightened neocons creating their nifty trafficless blogs against Ron Paul.

    Scared, aren’t ya?

    I love it!

  2. jp said

    Paul has a dark history, if he gets any traction it will be fun to see it exposed by political process. the Neo-Nazi’s support him for a reason, and its not the “constitution”

  3. I wouldn’t be talking about missing work, Conservatives & Libertarians Against Ron Paul… You miss a ton of days between updating the blog. Hypocrisy in the first order.

    JP: Ron Paul is exposing his “dark history” through archival websites and his fan-base. Seeing what happened to John Kerry’s ‘rice wound’, and ‘hangover’ was lots of fun, indeed, but we are well aware of the rapid spin machine of the neo-con right. Editing time will come soon.

  4. dman said

    You stated that the average congressman only misses 4% of the votes, why not post the percentage of votes missed by the other presidential candidates? How does paul compare to them? Interesting site, and I’m glad it’s up here. Ron Paul isn’t perfect, but he sure as hell hasn’t been bought and paid for like every other candidate, save kuchinich, and gravel :).

  5. Joseph William Baker said

    I have seen Dr. Paul make great efforts to go back to perform his duties. Trust me this man will be a tremendous resource to his district after this campaign win or loose. He has become a strong voice for the 14th Congressional District of Texas. I might even move there. I’m sick of Wisconsin’s Income Tax and the slow decaying recession into a socialistic government. Oh, and if he wins… Bingo! Views from your congressional district are already in the head of the next president of the USA.

    Thank You for lending your Congressman to us. We understand the frustration of the point you have made. People who have a mind of freedom are compelled to do it’s work. That is the burden we must all excuse one another to do. Much like being called away for military duty.

    I find this man unique in the field of candidates in his opposition to the wars…. In understanding of our monitary system and the need for supplimental private currencies…

    It would be nice if congressmen could vote remotely, wouldn’t it? In this day and age I should think they would have that technology in place by now.

    Sincerely,
    Joseph William Baker

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