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UNITED STATES REBIBLICANS IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

UNITED STATES REBIBLICANS IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

 

On November 4, 2014, voters will, once again, have the opportunity to vote for the candidates of their choice in both the United States House and Senate races. There will be 33 Senate seats up for grabs and all of the House seats.There are currently 41 Senators who have made our list of “ReBiblicans.” Of those 41, there are 15 running for re-election. Until filing time we won’t have an accurate picture of the number who will be vying for the other 18. It is incumbent upon the electorate to know who these individuals are and what they stand for.

There are 435 members of the House of Representatives. Of those 435 there are 217 who have met our criteria to be considered “ReBiblican.” This means that, while they might not be true Dominionists, they proffer, support, vote for, and promote legislation that infringes upon civil and human rights, and they pander to Dominionist groups and organizations. The criteria that we use is as follows:

  1. They      perpetuate the war on women
  2. They      are anti-Affirmative Action
  3. They      are against same-sex marriage and adoptions
  4. They      are against the separation of church and state
  5. They      believe that the United States      is a Christian Nation
  6. They      believe in faith-based initiatives
  7. They      believe in an absolute right to gun-ownership
  8. They      believe in the privatization of public education and social services
  9. They      are against providing a pathway to citizenship for undocumented workers
  10. They      believe in an expansion of the military and further insurgency
  11. They      foster hatred toward Muslims
  12. They      consistently vote in a manner that furthers the Dominionist agenda

Now, it should be noted that embracing one or two of these beliefs does not make them a ReBiblican. They must consistently cling to at least four of these, and either author or support legislation that furthers this agenda. That not only means that some who are not on the list are “marginal” at best, but that those who are on the list present a clear and present danger to the American way of life.

Below you will find a list of the 217 members of the House of Representatives who have met the criteria, and who will be up for re-election in 2014. We have a great opportunity to unseat these individuals.  Our next endeavor will be to identify those in various state elections – a mammoth task.

Alabama

Jo Bonner – resigning in August

Martha Roby

Mike D. Rogers

Robert Aderholt

Mo Brooks

Spencer Bachus

Alaska

Don Young

Arizona

Paul Gosar

Matt Salmon

David Schweikert

Trent Franks

Arkansas

Rick Crawford

Tim Griffin

Steve Womack

Tom Cotton

California

Doug LaMalfa

Tom McClintock

Paul Cook

Jeff Denham

David Valadao

Devin Nunes

Kevin McCarthy

Howard “Buck” McKeon

Gary Miller

Ed Royce

Ken Calvert

John Campbell

Dana Rohrabacher

Darrell Issa

Duncan D. Hunter

Colorado

Scott Tipton

Cory Gardner

Doug Lamborn

Mike Coffman

Connecticut

*NO REBIBLICANS REPRESENTING CONNECTICUT IN THE HOUSE!*

Delaware

*NO REBIBLICANS REPRESENTING DELAWARE IN THE HOUSE!*

Florida

Jeff Miller

Steve Southerland

Ted Yoho

Ander Crenshaw

Ron DeSantis

John Mica

Bill Posey

Daniel Webster

Rich Nugent

Gus Bilirakis

Bill Young

Dennis Ross

Vern Buchanan

Tom Rooney

Trey Radel

Mario Diaz-Balart

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

Georgia

Jack Kingston

Lynn Westmoreland

Tom Price

Rob Woodall

Austin Scott

Doug Collins

Paul Broun

Phil Gingrey

Tom Graves

Hawaii

*NO REBIBLICANS REPRESENTING HAWAII IN THE HOUSE!*

Idaho

Raul Labrador

Mike Simpson

Illinois

Peter Roskam

Rodney L. Davis

Randy Hultgren

John Shimkus

Adam Kinzinger

Aaron Schock

Indiana

Jackie Walorski

Marlin Stutzman

Todd Rokita

Luke Messer

Larry Buschon

Todd Young

Iowa

Tom Latham

Steve King

Kansas

Tim Huelskamp

Lynn Jenkins

Mike Pompeo

Kentucky

Ed Whitfield

Brett Guthrie

Hal Rogers

Louisiana

Steve Scalise

Charles Boustany

John Fleming

Rodney Alexander

Maine

*NO REBIBLICANS REPRESENTING MAINE IN THE HOUSE!*

Maryland

Andy Harris

Massachusetts

*NO REBIBLICANS REPRESENTING MASSACHUSETTS IN THE HOUSE!*

Michigan

Dan Benishek

Bill Huizenga

Justin Amash

David Camp

Fred Upton

Tim Walberg

Mike Rogers

Candice Miller

Minnesota

John Kline

Erik Paulsen

Michele Bachmann

Mississippi

Alan Nunnelee

Gregg Harper

Steven Palazzo

Missouri

Blaine Luetkemeyer

Vicky Hartzler

Sam Graves

Billy Long

Jason T. Smith

Montana

Steve Daines – considering Senate run in 2014

Nebraska

 

Jeff Fortenberry

Lee Terry

Adrian Smith

Nevada

Joe Heck

New   Hampshire

*NO REBIBLICANS REPRESENTING NEW   HAMPSHIRE IN THE HOUSE!*

New   Jersey

Frank LoBiondo

Jon Runyan

Chris Smith

Scott Garrett

Rodney Frelinghuysen

New   Mexico

 

Steve Pearce

New   York

Peter King

Michael Grimm

Chris Gibson

Chris Collins

North   Carolina

 

Renee Ellmers

Walter Jones

Virginia Foxx

Howard Coble

Richard Hudson

Robert Pittenger

Patrick McHenry

Mark Meadows

George Holding

North   Dakota

 

Kevin Cramer

Ohio

Steve Chabot

Brad Wenstrup

Jim Jordan

Bob Lotta

Bill Johnson

Bob Gibbs

John Boehner

Mike Turner

Pat Tiberi

David Joyce

Jim Renacci

Oklahoma

 

Jim Bridenstine

Markwayne Mullin

Frank Lucas

Tom Cole

James Lankford

Oregon

 

Greg Walden

Pennsylvania

 

Mike Kelly

Scott Perry

Glenn Thompson

Jim Gerlach

Mike Fitzpatrick

Bill Shuster

Tom Marino

Lou Barletta

Charlie Dent

Joe Pitts

Timothy F. Murphy

Rhode   Island

*NO REBIBLICANS REPRESENTING RHODEISLAND IN THE HOUSE!*

South   Carolina

 

Mark Sanford

Joe Wilson

Trey Gowdy

Mick Mulvaey

Tom Rice

South   Dakota

Kristi Noem

Tennessee

 

Phil Roe

Jimmy Duncan

Chuck Fleischmann

Scott DesJarlais

Diane Black

Marsha Blackburn

Stephen Fincher

Texas

 

Louie Gohmert

Ted Poe

Sam Johnson

Ralph Hall

Jeb Hensarling

Joe Barton

John Culerson

Kevin Brady

Michael McCaul

Mike Conaway

Kay Grange

Mac Thornberry

Randy Weber

Bill Flores

Randy Neugebauer

Lamar S. Smith

Pete Olson

Kenny Marchant

Roger Williams

Michael Burgess

Blake Farenthold

John Carter

Pete Sessions

Steve Stockman

Utah

Rob Bishop

Jason Chaffetz

Vermont

*NO REBIBLICANS REPRESENTING VERMONT IN THE HOUSE!*

Virginia

 

Rob Wittman

Scott Rigell

Randy Forbes

Robert Hurt

Bob Goodlatte

Eric Cantor

Morgan Griffith

Frank Wolf

Washington

 

Jamie Herrera Beutler

Doc Hastings

Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Dave Reichert

West   Virginia

Shelley Moore Capito

Wisconsin

Paul Ryan

Jim Sensenbrenner

Tom Petri

Sean Duffy

Reid Ribble

Wyoming

Cynthia Lummis