McHenry on health care overhaulHere's what U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry, a Cherryville Republican, had to say about the health care bill that passed the House last night. McHenry voted "no," reports Barb Barrett."This is an anti-jobs bill," McHenry said. "Instead of helping businesses create jobs it will increase federal spending, raise taxes and slow economic growth."The fight goes on, McHenry added."This summer more than 5,000 people stood up against Obamacare at the 11 town halls I held...Read Full Story
Dear Representative Foxx:Let me be the first to thank you for the courage you showed standing in the well of the House and deriding the evil Hate Crimes Legislation. It must be very hard to stand up for your convictions, no matter how insane or absurd. I thought Michelle Bachmann was a tough act to follow, but, baby, you knocked her right out of the ring.It must have taken a lot of fortitude to stand before the nation and proclaim that a young man, savagely beaten for his sexuality, was...Read Full Story
During a debate on the floor of the House of Representatives, Congresswoman Virginia Foxx made a statement so appalling it has caused an outcry worldwide! She gave the U.S.A just more proof that the republican party has little on the menu concerning affairs for social or economic reform. She debased the memory of an innocent victim killed in a hate crime.Mathew Shepard was a 22yr. young man singled out and murdered by two men for his sexuality. He was lured from a bar by one and pistol...Read Full Story
STUPID BITCHES CLUB
Representative Virginia Foxx (R-NC) is getting a taste of fame for being a bigot. Congress passed The Matthew Shepard act today, but not before Foxx took the floor and made a stupid bitch out of herself.
"The bill was named after a very unfortunate incident that happened, where a young man was killed, but we know that that young man was killed in the commitment of robbery,” Foxx said.
She added: “It wasn't because he was gay. The bill was named for him, the hate...Read Full Story
North Carolina Congresswoman Virginia Foxx has made the most outrageous claim that the murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard was not a hate crime, but simply a murder in the comission of a robbery. She went on to say that calling Matthews murder a hate crime was a hoax on the American people. Since every voicemail box associated with this womans name is full, it's safe to say that her staff will be extra busy fielding questions regarding the congesswomans hate speech on the floor of...Read Full Story
Representative Virginia Foxx is from the 5th District of North Carolina. Foxx is a member of the Republican Party. Virginia Foxx serves on three Congressional committees. Find more information and news about Virginia Foxx here.