HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE- MARK DOWN TWO SOUTHERN REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMEN IN ONE DAY – REPUBLICAN REPRESENTATIVE MARK MEADOWS (R-NC) BECOMES REPUBLICAN #103 AND HOUSE CO-SPONSOR #280

WASHINGTON, DC  ““  Representative Mark Meadows (R-NC),  elected in 2013,  today co-sponsored the  PAST ACT  (Prevent All Soring Tactics Act).

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Congressman Meadows represents Asheville, North Carolina where post 2013 Celebration the World Grand Champion  “I AM JOSE” was exhibited “Bad Image”.

2013 WORLD GRAND CHAMPION - "I AM JOSE" - CASEY WRIGHT UP

2013 WORLD GRAND CHAMPION – “I AM JOSE” – CASEY WRIGHT UP

A fiscal conservative Republican,  Meadows opposes Obama care,  is pro gun control, was for the government shut down and is tired of seeing Tennessee Walking Horses sored and mistreated.

Elected in 2013, he joins Democrat Senator Kay Hagan, and six fellow North Carolina Congressmen to co-sponsor the PAST ACT.

  • Richard Hudson (R-NC)
  • Renee Ellmers (R-NC)
  • Walter Jones, Jr.(R-NC)
  • Howard Coble (R-NC)
  • Mike McIntyre (D-NC)
  • David Price (D-NC)

“The Map” tells the story as “The Poll” of the TWHBEA members presciently  forecast the direction of the United States concerning the PAST ACT.  Compare North Carolina where 7 of 12 (59%) Congressmen co-sponsor the PAST ACT,   while Tennessee has    7 of 9 (77%) Congressman oppose  the PAST ACT.

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Meadows becomes the  280th   Representative of  435  Congressmen to co-sponsor the measure which is    64%+    of the United States House of Representatives.

He is the  103rd  Republican to co-sponsor the law.

No Congressman has co-sponsored Representative Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) alternative bill since it was introduced on February 26, 2014.

The  PAST ACT  will remove the pads and chains, eliminate the corrupt HIOs and make horse soring a federal felony.

Nephew  Eugene thinks  “The Poll” was pretty cool.

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* For certain purposes, the total number of Congressman could be argued as #281 due to Congressman Bill Young (R-FL) having co-sponsored the PAST ACT prior to his death, and now his successor Congressman David Jolly (R-FL) has also co-sponsored the PAST ACT.