H.R.2346 - Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009

Making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2009, and for other purposes. view all titles (9)

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  • Short: Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009 as introduced.
  • Official: Making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2009, and for other purposes. as introduced.
  • Short: Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009 as reported to house.
  • Short: Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009 as passed house.
  • Short: Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009 as passed senate.
  • Short: Detainee Photographic Records Protection Act of 2009 as passed senate.
  • Short: OPEN FOIA Act of 2009 as passed senate.
  • Short: Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009 as enacted.
  • Short: Consumer Assistance to Recycle and Save Act of 2009 as enacted.

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  • Hualapaitiger 05/15/2009 6:01pm

    No. When we can police our our country, we police the world.

  • Ron_Paul_Girl 05/21/2009 8:56am

    We don’t have the money in the Treasury to pay for this! Find the money in the already approved budget and reallocate it for our troops!

    This bill is loaded with international pork, like 10 million for Somalia – Somalia? It doesn’t have a valid government, so this money must be for the pirates. It has over 800 million for Egypt – and they can use it to secure their borders. Their borders? What about OUR borders?

    This bill is WRONG for 2 reasons – it’s additional spending AND it is filled with questionable international spending that could actually aid our enemies.

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  • gbollinger88 06/01/2009 6:06am

    Joseph Lieberman’s S. Amdt. 1157 was designed to hide evidence of war crimes by past and future politicians. Do we really want a King instead of a President? I hope not.

  • rkljohnson 06/04/2009 1:55pm

    Agreed upon the photograph amendment – remove it and I would support the bill.

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    scorsey 06/25/2009 2:26pm

    I would not support the bill even with the photograph amendment, too much money for countries that do not like us.

  • Anonymous 06/13/2009 8:29am

    $$$$$$

  • sondy1 06/17/2009 9:51am

    Does anyone in congress ever read these before voting? I doubt it; they are all in it for themselves, not the USA. I fail to see any correspondence between what is expressed by aye/nay here and the congressional voting!

  • toray99 06/17/2009 10:50am

    Why are we giving money to the international monetary fund ? How much ?
    Where is the money coming from. Will they make another new tax for us, such as breathing. Why is this in the bill in the first place ?
    Term limits and quarterly drug testing for all congress.

  • Waiting2Trade 06/18/2009 7:53am
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    We have to support our troops! Also the Secretary of Defense should be able to conceal photographic evidence of FUTURE acts of torture. Sometimes in a world full of terrorism in order to keep America safe torture may be needed (or at least the threat of). Something’s the American people just dont need to know. Some operations should be kept top secret (“off the books”) to allow for a broad range of counter terrorism techniques, giving agents the freedom to do what ever it takes to secure and protect American interest…Sorry people thats just the way it should be,unless you want another 9/11…

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    scorsey 06/25/2009 2:29pm

    i agree in support of the troops, but this bill has too much pork in it. the pork is also for countries that do not have a very good opinion of us. and we should not be giving any of them money even if it helps the troops, as these said troops might have to hit one of these countries in the future because of money we gave them.

  • Waiting2Trade 06/18/2009 7:54am
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    Also this bill has an attatchment to help new car sales and the manufacturing industry (JOBS). Giving the new car buyer up to a $4500 dollar voucher to trade in his older car to buy a new more fuel efficient vehicle. I do know people are WAITING for this to pass and by WAITING it only hurts car sales even more. That’s why its so important to get this passed as soon as possible. It worked in Europe to stimulate the economy it will work here too. This needs to be done A.S.A.P.

  • ConservativeFLrunner 06/25/2009 8:27am

    Of course we support our troops, but this has to much pork! Cash for clunkers? Come on!
    Thanks for wasting my money AGAIN!
    I can’t wait for the 2010 election cycle!!

  • 1fasz 06/25/2009 11:20am

    The International Monetary Fund is a front for The New World Order this is absolute B.S.

  • revolverBoy 06/29/2009 8:26pm

    Yep, they’re infusing the system with trillions of dollars to choke and kill the Republic. The money creates new classes of dependency and obligation. (Think Social Security! – the unholy creature birthed during the first Great Depression).

    And they’re sending money overseas to corrupt foreign governments and consolidate future international coalitions. The progressives have been trying to undermine the American system of government for more than 100 years, and right now they’re so close to the promised land that in the upcoming weeks and months, we will probably notice many members of our political class wetting themselves from uncontrollable self-delight.


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