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Senate Condemns MoveOn Ad, Still More

No Republican voted against condemning the MoveOn ad.  All 25 votes against the amendment were Democrats.  Democrats who voted with Republicans to condemn the MoveOn ad were:

Baucus

Bayh

Cardin

Carper

Casey

Conrad

Dorgan

Feinstein

Johnson

Klobuchar

Kohl

Landrieu

Leahy

Lieberman

Lincoln

McCaskill

Mikulski

Nelson, Ben

Nelson, Bill

Salazar

Tester

Webb

One interesting note: Some of the senators who won the greatest support from the netroots in the last election, like McCaskill, Tester, Klobuchar, and Webb, voted to condemn the ad.

Byron York — Byron York is is the author of The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy.

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