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Congressman Pete Sessions (R)
Location: Texas (32nd district)
Affiliation: Republican
Website: http://sessions.house.gov/
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Edward Begley, Jr. Posted 6 years ago
Chairman Pete Sessions, what have you done to lessen our dependence on foreign oil?

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George London Posted 7 years ago
Why is it that none of the thieves in Wall Street are not facing charges at the very least for their financial dishonesty?
It is clear that especially Goldman-Sachs (sp?) are not being indicted for their obvious crimes against their depositors, clients, and the like?
These people have walked away with BILLIONS of dollars, both private and Taxpayer, and it seems they have a get-out-of-jail-free card? I expect a definitive answer, Congressman, with all due respect. God Bless.
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James Cooksey Posted 8 years ago
This may very well be why Obama won the key states:
See what you can do to get the ball rolling on this:
I think Congress should form a 10,000 member team to verify EVERY vote that was cast in the last election. The simplest way would be to broadcast that anyone that had lied on the voter registration that came forward and confessed, would be granted amnesty in the third degree felony. If they do not come forward, they will be prosecuted if found.
Please respond!
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Moyer Zimpelman Posted 8 years ago
what is the total cost to the American taxpayer for section 8 housing? DC keeps talking about cutting payments to medicare by 30%. People that get medicare, pay premiums every money plus when they were working was taxed for it. East of where I live the is a sub-div of around 8000 houses some of them sold for over $200,000, 40% of these houses are section 8. why are the American people paying rent for someone to live in a house worth more than the house they live in that they worked and payed for. Why can't section 8 people live in an apartment that would cost the American taxpayer much less
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Laura Betterly Posted 8 years ago
The reason is, it's a GOVERNMENT program and if they are involved, it's all screwed up. Why save money when it isn't yours in the first place.
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Homeland Security
LDH Posted 9 years ago
Recently John Cornyn asked Janet Napolitano for an estimate of time and efforts needed to secure the Texas/Mexico border. She was unable to give a clear answer which leads me to believe that securing our border is not a priority for Homeland Security. What are you doing in DC to represent Texan's concerns for border security? Are you working with Governor Perry to address this issue?
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Congressman Pete Sessions Posted 9 years ago
Congressman Pete Sessions calls on you to send Democrats in Congress a message that it is time for a balanced budget amendment.

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Helen Delarue Posted 9 years ago
Why is Rick Perry giving Texas roads to private foreign corporations? This is a sign that he's very much involved in the international conspiracy (Bilderberg group.) He has also privatized TxU, handing it off to global investment firms and private control heavily involved in the Bilderberg group. $45 billion TxU buyout is now unfolding in scandal. Rick Perry was involved in facilitating the buyout fast tracking the permitting process for TxU's 11-plant expansion through an executive order slashing the time frame in half to six months. His accessibility to globalist firms is clear to me....
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ChristineJ VermeulenHanchey Posted 9 years ago
That is a very good question and I would like an answer to it also. Gov. Perry PLEASE respond to this!
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Ear Marks
Rooster Posted 9 years ago
Do you support McConnel's view that ear marks are good and proper? If so, why?
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John Manser Posted 10 years ago
I read in the news today that there is a possibility that the "detainees" (Terrorists) will be brought into the Continental United States when Guantanamo Bay is closed. I won't get into how I feel about the closing but I do want a promise from you. Will you promise me that if the Guantanamo inmates are imported to these United States they will not step foot in Texas but will go to that corrupt State of Illinois where the crooks and political con-men should make them feel right at home!
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Randy Brinson Posted 10 years ago

Don't you think it's time that we open the process of decisions made by Government Officials to comments by the Constituents.

I have followed you for quite a while and admire your treatment of people both within and outside of your district. I believe you are an honest man who cares about the people you serve. I would like for you to help me and others understand why you are letting the Democratic Leadership and majority bully you around.

I propose you use this site to post questions on some of the most out-of-touch Congressional Members so we the "regular citizens" can understand and support your efforts to bring about solutions.

Is there a rule up there in Washington DC that says you can't call someone out and let the people of the Country join with you in the process?

I am not the only one fed up with the FED. If you begin to talk with me and thousands of others wanting action, you will get action. Please Congressman, call it like you see it and post your thoughts or questions on Government Officials on this site that need to be honest like you.
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Gerardo Gonzales Posted 10 years ago
You know Dr. Brinson, this proposal can go both ways. I think the Democratics are doing a good job with the mess they inherited. I would like to see exchanges too but you might not like the results. If it's true that the Republicans have all of these great ideas, why don't we see them posted around online or talked about in the media?
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Gene Begnell Posted 10 years ago
Bring it on! It really would be the best thing for our Country. The two sides who both keep blaming the other for the problems and we get to decide who is really causing the problem. I don't trust either but I do trust myself to decide. I pray it happens.
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