2017 LIST OF THE GOOD & BAD IN CONGRESS

The Freedom Party Bio Pages discusses why we embrace many Democrats, Independents, and Republicans.  It is fine to be a liberal or a conservative, provided you are respectful of other positions, and can work together to create good laws.

The Freedom Party would provide the following quote as the greatest single malignant statement made by a politician:

“We Have to Pass the Bill So That You Can Find Out What Is In It” – Nancy Peolsi, March 9, 2010

The Freedom Party has created the following list of the Noteworthy (Good) and Bad.  We sincerely hope that voters will stop electing ideologues who only follow party loyalty at the expense of American citizens.

REPUBLICANS

NOTEWORTHY SENATE:  Marco Rubio (FL); Joe Heck (NV); Tim Scott (SC); Shelly Capito (WV); Kelly Ayott (NH); Mark Kirk (IL)

BAD SENATE:

NOTEWORTHY HOUSE: Ron DeSantis (FL); Raul Labrador (IN); Trey Gowdy (SC); Mia Love (UT); Chris Gibson (NY)

BAD HOUSE: None

DEMOCRATS

NOTEWORTHY SENATE:  Joe Donnelly (IN);  Claire McCaskill (MO);  Joe Manchin (WV); Heidi Heitkamp (ND); Jon Tester (MT); Michael Bennet (CO)

BAD SENATE:  Ed Markey (MA); Elizabeth Warren (MA); Al Franken (MN)

NOTEWORTHY HOUSE: Collin Peterson (MN); Jim Cooper (TN); Raul Grijalva (AZ); Peter DeFazio (OR); Donald Norcross (NJ); Tulsi Gabbard (HI); Kyrsten Sinema (AZ); Brad Ashford (NE); Henry Cueller (TX)

BAD HOUSE:  Nancy Pelosi (CA); Debbie Wasserman Schultz (FL); Kathleen Rice (NY); Susan Davis (CA); Elijah E. Cummings (MD); Maxine Watters (CA)

INDEPENDENTS

NOTEWORTHY SENATE:  Bernie Sanders (VT) [* Represents his positions well, works with others, unique perspectives – ON PROBATION: APPEARS TO HAVE SOLD OUT (BRIBED) TO DEMOCRAT PARTY LEADERSHIP]