Progressives Should All Be In Jail For Trying To Overthrow The Government

All Progressives or Socialists not having run for election as such, should be thrown out of office. All 83 members of the Progressive Party that ran as Democrats in Congress and, the 3 out of the closet in the Senate are there under false premise. The ballot should list them as members of a third party “the Progressive Party.”

WIKIPEDIAS LIST OF PROGRESSIVES IN CONGRESS AND THE SENATE
Obama passed himself off as a moderate, waited until he was elected to show he was a Marxist/Socialist
The Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) is the largest caucus within the Democratic caucus in the United States Congress with 83 declared members, and works to advance progressive issues and positions.
Supporting Organizations
The non-profit organization most closely associated with the Congressional Progressive Caucus is the American Progressive Caucus Policy Foundation which works to connect the caucus to progressives outside the Congress.
In addition, an array of national liberal organizations work to support the efforts of the progressive caucus, including the Institute for Policy Studies, The Nation magazine,* MoveOn.org, National Priorities Project, Jobs with Justice, Peace Action, Americans for Democratic Action, and Progressive Democrats of America. Also co-sponsoring the kickoff event were the NAACP, *ACLU, Progressive Majority, League of United Latin American Citizens, Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, *National Council of La Raza, Hip Hop Caucus, Human Rights Campaign, Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs, and the National Hip Hop Political Convention.
WIKIPEDIAS LIST OF PROGRESSWIVES IN CONGRESS AND THE SENATE
Vote these people out
We will never stop the spending and lunacy if we do not*All members are members of the Democratic Party or caucus with the Democratic Party. There are currently 80 Progressives in Congress and 3 in the Senate
Arizona
Ed Pastor (AZ-4, Phoenix)
Raúl Grijalva (AZ-7, Tucson) – Co-Chair
California
Lynn Woolsey (CA-6, Santa Rosa) – Co-Chair
George Miller (CA-7, Richmond) – Chairman, House Education and Labor Committee
Barbara Lee (CA-9, Oakland) – Chairwoman, Congressional Black Caucus
Pete Stark (CA-13, Fremont)
Michael Honda (CA-15, San Jose)
Sam Farr (CA-17, Monterey)
Henry Waxman (CA-30, Los Angeles) – Chairman, House Energy and Commerce Committee
Xavier Becerra (CA-31, Los Angeles)
Judy Chu (CA-32, El Monte)
Diane Watson (CA-33, Los Angeles)
Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA-34, Los Angeles)
Maxine Waters (CA-35, Inglewood)
Laura Richardson (CA-37, Long Beach)
Linda Sánchez (CA-39, Lakewood)
Bob Filner (CA-51, San Diego) – Chairman, House Veterans Affairs Committee
Colorado
Jared Polis (CO-02, Boulder)
Connecticut
Rosa DeLauro (CT-3, New Haven)
Florida
Corrine Brown (FL-3, Jacksonville)
Alan Grayson (FL-8, Orlando)
Alcee Hastings (FL-23, Fort Lauderdale)
Georgia
Hank Johnson (GA-4, Lithonia)
John Lewis (GA-5, Atlanta)
Hawaii
Mazie Hirono (HI-2, Honolulu)
Illinois
Bobby Rush (IL-1, Chicago)
Jesse Jackson, Jr. (IL-2, Chicago Heights)
Luis Gutierrez (IL-4, Chicago)
Danny Davis (IL-7, Chicago)
Jan Schakowsky (IL-9, Chicago)
Phil Hare (IL-17, Rock Island)
Indiana
André Carson (IN-7, Indianapolis)
Iowa
Dave Loebsack (IA-2, Cedar Rapids)
Maine
Chellie Pingree (ME-1, North Haven)
Maryland
Donna Edwards (MD-4, Fort Washington)
Elijah Cummings (MD-7, Baltimore)
Massachusetts
John Olver (MA-1, Amherst)
Jim McGovern (MA-3, Worcester)
Barney Frank (MA-4, Newton) – Chairman, House Financial Services Committee
John Tierney (MA-6, Salem)
Ed Markey (MA-7, Malden)
Mike Capuano (MA-8, Boston)
Michigan
Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick (MI-13, Detroit)
John Conyers (MI-14, Detroit) – Chairman, House Judiciary Committee
Minnesota
Keith Ellison (MN-5, Minneapolis)
Mississippi
Bennie Thompson (MS-2, Bolton) – Chairman, House Homeland Security Committee
Missouri
William Lacy Clay, Jr. (MO-1, St. Louis)
Emanuel Cleaver (MO-5, Kansas City)
New Jersey
Frank Pallone (NJ-06)
Donald Payne (NJ-10, Newark)
New Mexico
Ben R. Luján (NM-3, Santa Fe)
New York
Jerry Nadler (NY-8, Manhattan)
Yvette Clarke (NY-11, Brooklyn)
Nydia Velázquez (NY-12, Brooklyn) – Chairwoman, House Small Business Committee
Carolyn Maloney (NY-14, Manhattan)
Charles Rangel (NY-15, Harlem) – Chairman, House Ways and Means Committee
José Serrano (NY-16, Bronx)
John Hall (NY-19, Dover Plains)
Maurice Hinchey (NY-22, Saugerties)
Louise Slaughter (NY-28, Rochester) – Chairwoman, House Rules Committee
North Carolina
Mel Watt (NC-12, Charlotte)
Ohio
Marcy Kaptur (OH-9, Toledo)
Dennis Kucinich (OH-10, Cleveland)
Marcia Fudge (OH-11, Warrensville Heights)
Oregon
Earl Blumenauer (OR-3, Portland)
Peter DeFazio (OR-4, Eugene)
Pennsylvania
Bob Brady (PA-1, Philadelphia) – Chairman, House Administration Committee
Chaka Fattah (PA-2, Philadelphia)
Tennessee
Steve Cohen (TN-9, Memphis)
Texas
Sheila Jackson-Lee (TX-18, Houston)
Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX-30, Dallas)
Virginia
Jim Moran (VA-8, Alexandria)
Vermont
Peter Welch (VT-At Large)
Washington
Jim McDermott (WA-7, Seattle)
Wisconsin
Tammy Baldwin (WI-2, Madison)
Gwen Moore (WI-4, Milwaukee)

Non-voting
Donna M. Christensen (Virgin Islands)
Eleanor Holmes Norton (District of Columbia)
Senate members
Bernie Sanders (Vermont)
Tom Udall (New Mexico)[2]
Roland Burris (Illinois)
Former members
Sherrod Brown (OH-13) – Elected to Senate
Julia Carson (IN-07) – Died in December 2007
Lane Evans (IL-17) – Retired from Congress
Eric Massa (NY-29) – Resigned in March 2010
Cynthia McKinney (GA-4) – Lost Congressional seat to current caucus member Hank Johnson
Major Owens (NY-11) – Retired from Congress
Nancy Pelosi (CA-8) – Left Caucus when Elected House Minority Leader
Hilda Solis (CA-32) – Became Secretary of Labor in 2009
Stephanie Tubbs Jones (OH-11) – Died in 2008
Paul Wellstone (MN Senate) – Died in plane crash in 2002
Robert Wexler (FL-19) – Resigned in January 2010 to become President of the Center for Middle East Peace and Economic Cooperation

Hillary Clinton

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