Sen. John Cornyn

Republican  •  Texas  •  4th Term  •  Sworn In 2002
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  • rwcarter 08/16/2009 6:15am

    I am a card carrying Republican, and have always voted conservative. I will not vote for anyone who supports the Holt-Blair bill or Obamacare. Entitlement does NOT work. Look around the world.

  • fortermlimits 09/07/2009 7:44pm
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    Are you sure you are Republican? Can’t believe you voted for HR2454. Guess you will vote for HR 45 and HR3200 also. Guess you don’t want to be re-elected in 2014. You are losing votes fast.

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    Kythas 09/17/2009 7:44am

    How could Sen. Cornyn have voted for this bill when it hasn’t come to a vote in the Senate? This was a House bill, not a Senate bill.

  • sarabialb 09/26/2009 10:30am

    We need National Health Care Plan with a Public Option.

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  • alainanoel 10/28/2009 9:09am

    Senator Cornyn, as a constituent of your area and a voter for I can NOT believe you voted NAY for the Unemployment Extension On Oct. 28.
    How dare you? Are you gonna hire my husband? Pay for things my daughter needs ?? my electric/water/car bills??? NO so the only other way till somebody gets off the H1B band wagon and hires my husband is UE. I can’t get a one will hire me as I"ve been a SAHM carring for my family for over 10yrs and there are waaaay to many people that have been in the work force to hire over me… BUT we continue to look pray we keep our home/car (we only have 1 now..try to pay car insurance and most other bills…. I’m ashamed to say I voted for you the first time…didn’t make the same mistake twice tho….

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    baylorfrawg 01/06/2010 2:01pm
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    As I can appreciate your situation, I feel you are being pretty unreasonable. How many extensions would be reasonable? What do you feel would be appropriate amount of time to pay someone to not work? Now, I can assume your husband is not one of the minority of people who would gladly not work forever if they received unemployment benefits indefinitely.

    There are many other ways to get your husband back to working. Those avenues however, are not suitable to the current administration. Senator Cornyn would gladly lower income tax rates on businesses and individuals to help drive hiring and spending. But since, according to Congress, business are evil, they must be taxes.

    Businesses pay all of our bills. Not the government. Senator Cornyn is on your side.

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    Chadevic 03/18/2010 7:22pm

    I have to respond to that pathetic assumtion that people would not work if they get unemployment insurance. Do you know that they only receive a max of $314 a week. Could you live and support a family on that? In order to get that amount, the typical person would have to have had a job pay $40000 a year. I don’t think that getting $314 a week would solve ribs persons problems.
    Please be careful before casting broad opinions without thinking through all facts.

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    dankennedy73 06/22/2010 7:31pm

    You might as well give it up, Idiots don’t bother to research any facts like you obviously do.

  • justoneman 11/08/2009 3:14am

    The voters will hold all of you accountable come Election Day for selling THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA TO China by passing and letting your other brethren to pass bills we cannot afford. I think the first spending cut should be in politician’s salaries. However, I am just one man with only one vote but I am not the only one who feels this way and you all in DC will reap what you sew come Election Day.

  • ashlung06 01/01/2010 8:36pm

    We need food safety laws to protect the food we are eating!

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    baylorfrawg 01/06/2010 1:50pm
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    We have food safely laws. Perhaps you should be a little more specific.

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    dankennedy73 07/02/2010 9:46am

    How about ones that are actually enforced and work to protect our fellow Americans. I believe the FDA needs an ‘overhaul’ in terms of legislation. there is too much stuff they let slip through that is killing Americans without them even knowing it might be dangerous.

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  • plmcdowelltx1 06/21/2010 1:20pm

    When you held the position of the Attorney General of Texas your office was absolutely no help to help to me while I was trying to recover the more than $18K my exhusband owed me in back child support for my oldest daugther. Now you are a US Senator, once again your office is of no assistance. I am now raising two young children and have been unemployed for more than a year. The $392 I draw each week in unemployment is the only reason we are not homeless! I have worked, paid taxes and social security for more than 30 years. I am 25 years away from being able to draw social security, for which I am sure I will never see a dime due to government’s overspending and I’m not talking about overspending on unemployment extensions! I have also been a lifelong Republican but not anymore. You and Kay Bailey Hutchinson will both receive a nay vote from me come re-election time and hopefully from everyone else I can convince to do the same!

  • ayk7795 06/28/2010 5:18pm

    It time for some body else

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  • pelmof 06/29/2010 6:48am

    Dear Senator Cornyn,
    S.3520 needs to be passed immediately. There are 15 million Americans who are “unemployed through no fault of their own,” and who are also frantically attempting to find new jobs that do not exist. The majority of these 15 million have a family dependent upon their income, so that increases the number to possibly 30 or even 45 million Americans who are in imminent danger of losing everything. When this happens, the financial and moral ramifications for this country will be dire indeed. I’ll say it again— S.3520 needs to be passed immediately! Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.

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  • ryandkaiser 12/15/2010 5:29pm

    Senator Cornyn is an ear-marking hypocrite.

  • TXProgressive 12/22/2010 3:14pm

    It’s fairly obvious what the Republican position is on unemployment:

    “Good luck”

    John Cornyn, in this respect you are excellent at towing the party line.

  • wlpeak 07/04/2012 11:42am

    Where can I get a copy of the current Senate Heathcare Plans and the Proposed new ones under the PPACA?

Official website:

517 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-2934
Fax: 202-228-2856


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