Myers Nomination Passes Committee—Over To You, Senate
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I am not proud of what I am about to write and before you continue reading there is something you should know: I am fairly certain that events today mark the beginning of Armageddon...keep an eye out for locusts.

This morning...crikey, this is difficult...I applauded Democrats and jeered Republicans.

I'm sorry! Well, not really.

Despite my express instructions, the nomination of Julie Myers to head ICE passed the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs by a 7-2 party-line vote.

Fortunately, the nomination now heads to the Senate floor, where it should face some pretty tough opposition.

Source: US Senate

The Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs held a business meeting at 10 a.m. on Friday, October 7, 2005, in SD-342.

1. Nomination of Julie L. Myers to be Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Results: Ordered reported favorably by a roll call vote of 7 Yeas and 2 Nays. In addition, there were 2 Yeas by proxy and 4 Nays by proxy.


Collins Voinovich Coleman Coburn Chafee Bennett Warner


Lieberman Akaka

Yeas by Proxy

Stevens Domenici

Nays by Proxy

Levin Carper Lautenberg Pryor

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