Friday, July 31, 2009

Berry Doesn't Want to Hear from You


I just contacted Representative Berry's office (again) and asked if he has any town hall meetings or other public appearances scheduled for the August recess. Their answer was typical of the response I seem to get everytime I contact his office, nothing.

"As of now, he doesn't have anything scheduled," was all I could get from the man on the phone. Of course, it's July 31 so that means he's not going to schedule any time to hear from the folks back home.

One would think, with such an important issue looming as the government takeover of our health care system, the Congressman would want to hear from his constituents while he's back home. Especially if the answers I've been getting to my questions are correct--that he hasn't yet determined his position on the so-called "public option," he doesn't know where he stands on employer mandates, he can't refute the inevitable rationing of care with previously released versions of the bill, he has no response to questions about the so-called "end of life counseling" that could also be referred to as "go ahead and die counseling," etc.

Congressman Berry evidently doesn't want to hear from the same constituents who responded to the Talkbusiness.net poll we reported on here. The 86% who are satisfied with their current health care system may demand he not sell them out to the left-wing Obama-Pelosi branch of the Democratic party. The 74% who prefer private insurance companies to an impossible to navigate monstrous bureaucracy may insist he side with them in this life and death battle. And the 59% of Arkansans who don't want their taxes increased to fund rationed care of reduced quality may demand he ignore special interest groups like ACORN and the SEIU and listen to those he supposedly represents.

Perhaps he plans to spend his time off pandering to those he really represents, the folks who fill the coffers of his campaigns. Of course these folks aren't even from Arkansas for the most part! So maybe it's little wonder he has no intention of engaging voters in his district during the August recess.

His staff informed me that his Jonesboro office handles scheduling when Berry's in Arkansas. Let's overwhelm his staff in Jonesboro with calls to demand our employee listen to us. After all, he does work for us.

Marion Berry's Jonesboro Office
(870) 972-4600
(800) 866-2701
(870) 972-4605 FAX

Tags: August, 2009, Recess, Constituents, Government-Run Health Care, Health Care, Town Hall

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Tell Berry to Say NO to Obamacare!

Though our goal is to bring Berry home next year, we still must live with the result of his votes between now and then. One of those votes, on the Pelosi-Obama health care reform being rammed through Congress, is certain to have an historic impact on current and future generations of Americans.

I've called Berry's office numerous times over the past few weeks and asked specific questions about his position on this controversial issue. Immediately following the first version released by the House, his aides told me they were reading the "chronically long" bill and would have more concrete statements the following week. That was weeks ago and still Berry's office won't take a stand on anything in the bill. I've asked if he is open to a government-run (in Dem-speak: public option) plan and received no answer. I've asked for specific items he'd require in a bill before voting for it, and specific items that would cause him to vote against it. In both cases, I receive no answer.

Today, Berry's Blue Dog colleague Mike Ross announced a deal between the (so-called) conservative Democrats and the Pelosi-Obama wing on the House Energy and Commerce Committee--a move that will allow a bill out of committee before the August recess. Following this announcement, I again contacted Berry's DC office and again received a meaningless response. When asked if Berry supported the compromise, the aide responded "The Congressman won't have a public statement until a final bill is released."

Last week when I called to get a response to the Talkbusiness.net poll posted here, his office was unaware of the results.

Now it's time to make Congressman Berry aware of the fact that 86% of Arkansans ARE satisfied with the current health care system. 74% DON'T support a government-run health care system. And 59% DON'T want to pay increased taxes to implement a government-run system. Join us to make sure Berry knows Arkansans aren't buying Obamacare!

On Saturday, August 22, 2009, conservatives around the country will be congregating at local offices of our elected representatives to let our voice be heard. At 12:00 noon CST, Recess Rallies will be held at Marion Berry's offices in Jonesboro, Mountain Home, and Cabot to send a clear, irrefutable message that we DON'T want Obamacare and he WILL be held accountable for any vote to force us into an inefficient, ineffective government-run health care system.

Click on the links below to find maps to the rally closest to you. Make your plans to join us. This is too important to stand in silence and hope Democrats will make the right decision.
Maps to Recess Rallies
August 22, 2009
12:00 noon
CabotMountain HomeJonesboro
Leave your ideas for signs and slogans to bring to the rally in the comments below. And look for future posts with downloadable flyers you can print and carry to the rally.

In the meantime, call and email Congressman Berry to let him know you don't want your children saddled with mountains of debt to pay for a system that will prove more expensive and less effective than what we have now.
Tags: Government-Run Health Care, Health Care, Marion Berry, Obamacare, Public Option, Recess Rally

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Does Marion Berry (AR-01) Accept Federal Farm Subsidies?

So which is it, Congressman? View the following video and referenced articles to find the truth! Marion Berry has long denied that he owns any farms that accept subsidies, yet his response to a question on the topic yesterday seems to contradict this. And the data shows "slick" Berry is may seem more dim witted with age but he has been more than smart enough to fleece the public for years.


  • Blue Dog Berry - Not so Blue With Farm Subsidy - Ken Cook at Mulch reports: Blue Dogs Are Big Winners In Subsidy-Laden Farm Bill . . .
  • Arkansas Rep. Marion Berry (D) Cashing In on Federal Service . . . receives farm subsidies . . . - Consider if you will, between 1996 and 2000, farm and land-holding companies that Berry owns with relatives in eastern Arkansas have received $750,449 in federal crop subsidies, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture records. . .
  • The Other King of Pork -- AR Representative Marion Berry - Congressman Marion Berry (D-AR) promises more pork barrel spending now that the Democrats are in charge of Congress. This is no surprise. Last year, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette wrote, "Arkansas’ Rep. Marion Berry would like to be known as the king of pork. “Nothing would please me more,” he says. . . .

  • Tags: AR-01, Arkansas, Congress, Corruption, Democrat, Farm, farm subsidies, Marion Berry, subsidies

    Sunday, July 26, 2009

    Marion Berry (D-Out of State) - The Million Dollar Man

    83% of Berry's contributions are from PACs & 95% of those are from out of state.
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    by K. Ryan James: Over in Northeast Arkansas, “The Million Dollar Man” Rep. Marion Berry is facing a challenge to his 1st Congressional District seat by Jonesboro Republican Rick Crawford.

    Mr. Berry, who came to the beltway at the start of the administration of Bill Clinton (and basically hasn’t left since), reported $537,700 cash on hand for his re-election bid, according to the Federal Election Commission. That number has been reached thanks to $225,405 in contributions.

    That is a solid fundraising number by Mr. Berry. However, when you look deeper, you find that $186,560 of that total comes not from individual donors, but from 94 donations by political action committees. Looking even deeper, you find that $177,000 of those donations come from 88 out-of-state PACs.
    INGRAM BARGE COMPANY PACNASHVILLETN$1,500
    INTL ACDEMY OF COMPOUNDING PHARMACISTSSUGAR LANDTX$1,000
    NATIONAL CATTLEMENS BEEF ASSOC. PACWASHINGTONDC$1,500
    NATIONAL READY MIXED CONCRETE ASSOC.SILVER SPRINGMD$1,000
    PHYSICAL THERAPY PACALEXANDRIAVA$1,500
    US RICE PRODUCERS PACHOUSTONTX$1,000
    AT&T INC. FEDERAL PACDALLASTX$2,500
    BAYER CORPORATION PACPITTSBURGHPA$1,000
    COMMITTEE ON LETTER CARRIERSWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    GREAT LAKES SUGARBEET GROWERS PACBAY CITYMI$1,000
    NATIONAL TURKEY FEDERATION TURPACWASHINGTONDC$2,500
    NATIONAL TURKEY FEDERATION TURPACWASHINGTONDC$1,500
    RADIANCE TECHNOLOGIES INC., PACHUNTSVILLEAL$3,000
    VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS, INC.WASHINGTONDC$1,500
    CIBA SPECIALTY CHEMICALSWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    CTIA PACWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    DICKSTEIN SHAPIRO LLP, PACWASHINGTONDC$1,500
    MINEPACWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    NATIONAL AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERSWASHINGTONDC$5,000
    NUCOR CORPORATION PACCHARLOTTENC$1,500
    REALTORS PACCHICAGOIL$1,000
    UNITED AUTO WORKERS PACDETROITMI$1,000
    USA RICE FEDERATION PACARLINGTONVA$1,000
    AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CROP INSURERSWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    BUNGE NORTH AMERICA INC. PACWASHINGTONDC$3,000
    SOUTHERN COMPANIES EMPLOYEES PACATLANTAGA$3,000
    THE COCA-COLA COMPANY NONPARTISANATLANTAGA$1,000
    CENTURYTEL, INC. PACMONROELA$1,000
    ACTION COMM FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATIONARLINGTONVA$1,500
    AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR JUSTICE PACWASHINGTONDC$2,000
    AMERICAN HOSPITAL ASSOC. PACWASHINGTONDC$3,000
    ARENT FOX PLLC PACWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    CH2M HILL COMPANIES, LTD. PACENGLEWOODCO$1,500
    INTERNATIONAL UNION OF OPERATINGWASHINGTONDC$5,000
    US ONCOLOGY, INC. GOOD GOVT COMMHOUSTONTX$3,000
    COALPACWASHINGTONDC$2,000
    EMERSON ELECTRIC CO.SAINT LOUISMO$1,500
    NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL AVIATIONWASHINGTONDC$5,000
    NATIONAL COMMUNITY PHARMACISTSALEXANDRIAVA$3,000
    AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER COMMITTEEWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIREWASHINGTONDC$3,000
    KOCHPACWASHINGTONDC$2,500
    MONSANTO CITIZENSHIP FUNDSAINT LOUISMO$3,000
    NATIONAL COTTON COUNCIL COMMITTEE FORCORDOVATN$1,500
    CALIFORNIA DAIRIES FEDERAL PACLOS BANOSCA$1,000
    BRIDGE PACWASHINGTONDC$5,000
    GULF STATES TOYOTA, INC. FEDERAL PACHOUSTONTX$1,500
    USA RICE FEDERATION PACARLINGTONVA$2,500
    COMCAST CORPORATION PACPHILADELPHIAPA$1,500
    ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION PACBETHESDAMD$2,500
    INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIREWASHINGTONDC$2,000
    AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER COMMITTEEWASHINGTONDC$3,500
    LOCKHEED MARTIN EMPLOYEES PACARLINGTONVA$1,500
    NATIONAL COTTON COUNCIL COMMITTEE FORCORDOVATN$2,000
    NATIONAL RURAL LETTER CARRIERS ASSO. PACALEXANDRIAVA$3,500
    AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOC. PACWASHINGTONDC$1,500
    AMERICAN COLLEGE OF RADIOLOGYRESTONVA$3,500
    ASTRO PACFAIRFAXVA$1,500
    BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD ASSOC PACWASHINGTONDC$1,500
    THE HOME DEPOT INC. PACWASHINGTONDC$5,000
    FRIENDS OF JIM CLYBURNCOLUMBIASC$2,000
    FRIENDS OF JIM CLYBURNCOLUMBIASC$2,000
    INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENTS OF AMERICA,WASHINGTONDC$1,000
    AMERICAN RENTAL ASSOCIATION PACMOLINEIL$1,500
    BRIDGE PACWASHINGTONDC$5,000
    BUILD PAC NATL ASSOC OF HOME BUILDERSWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    ACTION COMM FOR RURAL ELECTRIFICATIONARLINGTONVA$1,000
    AMERICAN CRYSTAL SUGAR CO. PACMOORHEADMN$5,000
    INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIREWASHINGTONDC$1,500
    MONSANTO CITIZENSHIP FUNDSAINT LOUISMO$1,500
    NATIONAL BEER WHOLESALERS ASSOCIATIONALEXANDRIAVA$2,500
    NATIONAL COTTON COUNCIL COMMITTEE FORCORDOVATN$500
    NATIONAL COUNCIL OF FARMER COOPERATIVESWASHINGTONDC$2,500
    US RICE PRODUCERS PACHOUSTONTX$1,500
    CULAC THE PAC OF CREDIT UNION NATL ASSOCWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION PACBETHESDAMD$2,500
    LOCKHEED MARTIN EMPLOYEES PACARLINGTONVA$1,500
    NRG ENERGY PACPRINCETONNJ$2,500
    PEANUT BUYING POINT PACTIFTONGA$1,250
    TROUTMAN SANDERS LLP PACATLANTAGA$1,000
    MIDWEST REGION LABORERSSPRINGFIELDIL$1,500
    HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL PACWASHINGTONDC$1,500
    NATIONAL BEER WHOLESALERS ASSOCIATIONALEXANDRIAVA$2,500
    AT&T INC. FEDERAL PACDALLASTX$2,500
    B & D PACINDIANAPOLISIN$1,500
    TRUCKING PAC OF THE AMERICANWASHINGTONDC$3,500
    AMERICAN FED. OF STATE,COUNTY ANDWASHINGTONDC$1,000
    AMERICAN PEANUT SHELLERS ASSOC PACALBANYGA$1,250


    TOTAL:$177,000
    Not to neglect the home state, here is the paltry list of Arkansas PAC donors:
    TYSON FOODS PACSPRINGDALEAR$1,000
    TYSON FOODS PACSPRINGDALEAR$3,000
    ENTERGY CORPORATION PAC (ENPAC)LITTLE ROCKAR$1,500
    SOUTHWESTERN ENERGY CO. PACFAYETTEVILLEAR$3,000
    BLE & T ARKANSAS PAC FUNDNORTH LITTLE ROCKAR$60
    WINDSTREAM POLITICAL ACTION COMMLITTLE ROCKAR$1,000


    TOTAL:$9,560
    To put it in perspective, 95% of the PAC contributions (which represent 83% of the fundraising total) have come from people who will not cast a ballot for Marion Berry. I guess that's what happens when you become "of the Beltway" instead of being "of the people."
    Tags: 1st District, 2010, Arkansas, campaign funds, Democrat, finance, K. Ryan James, Marion Berry, PACS, U.S. House

    Marion Berry - Lap Dog for Speaker Pelosi - No Blue Dog

    Rep. Marion Berry tries to cover his tracks when he is back home in Arkansas claiming that he is a farmer interested in agriculture in the 1st District. But as evidence has proven in the past, the only interest Berry has in agriculture is lining his own pockets with farm subsidy money. When he is home, he knows his district did not vote for Barack Obama. Sources have advised that Berry takes a few liberties and casts dispersions against Obama. But when he returns to Congress, he drops the agriculture label and is identified as a pharmacist. He doesn't want to be considered a "hay seed" in Congress with his liberal colleagues. He also turns tail and praises Barack Obama and rejoins the fold not as a Blue Dog but as a Lap Dog of Speaker Pelosi.

    Berry’s website will lead you to believe he stands for a balanced budget, is against excessive borrowing by the federal government, and fights against “reckless spending.” That certainly sounds like a fiscally conservative Democrat, but an inspection of Berry’s votes on the Bank Bailout, the Auto Industry Bailout, Obama’s $787 billion Stimulus Spending Bill, and the latest Bloated Budget tells a different story. Berry voted for all of these, supporting all of those things a “Blue Dog” Democrat supposedly opposes.

    The citizens of the Arkansas 1st Congressional District don't need a Pelosi "Lap Dog" or even a "Blue Dog" representing the 1st District. They need a real "Bull Dog" Conservative standing for Arkansas values, limited government, and individual liberty.
    Tags: 1st District, Arkansas, Blue Dog, Lap Dog, Marion Berry, reckless spending

    Friday, July 24, 2009

    Berry forces you to pay for abortions


    *Thanks to Bill[AR] on Team Sarah for sharing this info.

    Marion Berry wants your tax dollars to help support Planned Parenthood--the lawbreaking group that just never gets enough of ripping babies from their mothers' womb.

    On July 16, Congressman Berry tried to pull a fast one on pro-life Arkansans. Pro-death Democrats in the House set up rules to avoid a floor vote on a pro-life amendment to an appropriations bill. Berry originally voted against the rule and would have allowed the Tiahart (R_KS)-Davis (D-TN) amendment (which banned taxpayer funding of abortions) to receive an up or down vote on the floor. However, Democratic leaders didn't like the outcome of that vote and "left the vote open." This means they allowed time for some members to change their minds.

    Our own Berry, who can claim he originally voted to ban the use of your tax dollars to fund abortions, once again did the bidding of Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama by changing his vote. Pro-lifers had won the round on the first vote, but Berry's vote, along with 3 other devious Democrats, turned the tide and pro-death Democrats prevailed by a vote of 216-213.

    Thanks to Berry, our tax dollars will now be funneled to Planned Parenthood and used to murder unborn babies.

    Tags: Abortion, Marion Berry, Planned Parenthood, Pro-Death, Pro-Life, Tiahart, Tiahart Amendment

    Arkansans on Health Care

    I've called Marion Berry's office numerous times in the past few weeks asking for statements on the multitude of left-wing, radical bills being rushed through Congress. The best I've gotten is a vague response that never really answered my questions from the person who answered the phone. Other times I was put through to the press secretary's voice mail where I left a detailed message and my contact information.

    Not one time has Berry's office returned my calls to address my concerns. So I still don't know exactly where he stands on Obama's attempts to seize control of our health care system. Since the folks who answer the phone in his office have gotten an earful from me more than once, I assume he doesn't agree with my position. Otherwise, you'd think his employees would be quick to point that out. I've asked specifically, "Will you vote for a bill that includes a government insurance option?" No answer.

    If it's the case that he wouldn't mind a government run health care system, that he'd be okay with the demise of all private insurance companies, that it'll be okay with him if seniors are just left to die once they reach a certain age, and that we will have to wait days, weeks, or months to get the care we now get almost immediately...he'd better start paying more attention to what Arkansans want.

    Yesterday, TalkBusiness.net released a poll that shows Arkansas voters are light years away from Obama and the Democrats when it comes to health care reform. Take a look at some of the questions and the results.
    Question: Overall, how satisfied are you with the quality of health care that you and your family receive (ROTATE)?
    Very Satisfied46%
    Somewhat Satisfied40%
    Somewhat Dissatisfied9%
    Very Dissatisfied5%
    Don’t Know0%
    So 86% of Arkansans are at least somewhat satisfied with the current system. Only 14% are less than satisfied.
    Question: Would you prefer a health care system where most Americans get their health care coverage through the federal government or a system where most Americans get their health care coverage through a private insurance provider (ROTATE)?
    Federal Government Provider16%
    Private Insurance Provider74%
    Don’t Know10%
    How about that? Fully 74% trust private insurance carriers more than Obama to administer their health care plans.
    Question:Would you prefer a health care plan that raises taxes in order to provide health insurance to all Americans or a plan that does not provide health insurance to all Americans but keeps taxes at current levels?
    Raise taxes/Health Care for all27%
    Current level/No Health Care for all59%
    Don’t Know14%
    Once again we see Arkansas voters distancing themselves from the Democratic pack on Capitol Hill. Call, write or email Congressman Berry and let him know that Arkansans don't want Obamacare!
    Congressman Marion Berry
    2305 Rayburn H.O.B.
    Washington, DC 20515
    (202) 225-4076
    (202) 225-5602 FAX

    Tags: Health Care, Marion Berry, Obamacare

    Thursday, July 23, 2009

    Arkansas U.S. Rep. Marion Berry's Two Faced Actions Questioned

    Reprint of 7/19/09 article by Dr. Bill Smith, ARRA News Service: In a letter to the editor appearing in the Saturday, July 18 issue of the Jonesboro Sun, a Jonesboro, Arkansas man expressed his disdain for the lack of leadership demonstrated by Congressman Marion Berry (D-AR Dist 1) with respect to cap-and-trade legislation which recently passed in the U.S. House. Berry received kudos from a number of businesses in a co-sponsored ad that appeared in the July 5 issue of the Sun. In this letter, not only is Berry called out for his lack of leadership, so too are the sponsors of the ad for engaging in what appeared to be a partisan political endorsement.

    First, in summary, this is what really happened in Washington D.C.: Lap Dog Berry voted for cap-and-trade to get it onto the floor of the U.S. House. Why didn't Berry kill it right then and there by voting against it in committee? It was all a charade. After voting for the bill, Nancy Pelosi patted lap dog Berry's behind and allowed Berry to vote against the bill on the floor since his vote no longer mattered. I guess Speaker Pelosi believed that Master Berry's Arkansas plantation "people" made up of poor "Delta river and Ozark mountain folks" wouldn't even notice the bait-and switch. Well we are not as ignorant as Pelosi thinks -- We noticed! While some of the member cooperatives attempted to play politics with money from their members, many of us wondering "what in the sam hill" were they doing. David Hundley is to be commended for his standing tall with his letter addressing Berry's bait-and-switch on cap-and-trade. Representative Berry can we trust you to be straight on anything?

    Here's Hundley's letter:
    Dear Editor,
    While some Arkansas businesses (evidenced by the full color ad that ran in Sunday's Jonesboro Sun) have rushed to pat Congressman Marion Berry on the back for his “leadership” on climate change legislation, two important factors have been grossly overlooked and understated.

    First, and most obvious: the negative outcome. If you recall, the cap-and-trade measure passed the House and is now in the hands of the Senate. At best, this tax in disguise does nothing but raise energy costs by an estimated $1800 per family at a time when they can ill afford added expenditures.

    Second, and perhaps less obvious: the duplicitous method. Mr. Berry voted FOR the measure in conference. Only after Speaker Pelosi had secured enough votes to safely pass the bill was Congressman Berry given a pass to protect his standing in the First District. Berry's no vote on the floor had no impact on the outcome of the bill and accomplished nothing other than a well placed piece of PR that landed in the Jonesboro Sun this past Sunday.

    Leadership? Hardly. Had Mr. Berry taken a leadership role in conference, perhaps this over reaching, over taxing bill might never have made it to the floor. It's becoming increasingly more obvious that Mr. Berry is content only to occupy a chair in Washington, and nothing more.

    If that's the Berry brand of leadership, I'll pass, and I would appreciate it if member cooperatives would do the same.
    David Hundley,
    Jonesboro, AR

    Tags: ARRA News Service, Bill Smith, cap-and-trade, editorial, Jonesborro, Lap Dogs, Marion Berry, Nancy Pelosi

    Oh, the Hypocrisy!

    As a voter in Marion Berry's district, I'm proud to be invited to contribute to his political demise by way of this blog. So I went directly to the Congressman's website to see what he's offering for material to write on.

    Turns out, this was a great day to launch this blog. (Could it be a sign or something?) Here's the headline that caught my eye under his "Recent News" section. Dated yesterday, I could hardly believe the hypocrisy dripping from my computer screen.


    Say what?!?!?

    If I didn't know better that would sound great. But I do know better. This hypocrite who calls himself a Blue Dog was quick to march in solidarity with the queen liar on Capitol Hill, Nancy Pelosi, and our Socialist President Obama earlier this year when they quadrupled our deficit and spent enough money to enslave our children for decades!

    Here's a video we made earlier, set to the soundtrack of National Republican Congressional Committee ad, that shows the absolute hypocrisy of Berry's vote yesterday.



    Expect more hypocritical votes from Berry as next year's election becomes closer. He's counting on you not remembering his votes to bailout irresponsible management on Wall Street and a "stimulus" that didn't stimulate. The tax and spend Berry may try to disguise himself over the next few months, but he can't hide from his recent Pelosi lap dog votes.

    Don't buy it Arkansas. Berry's no Blue Dog, he's a Pelosi Lap Dog!

    Join with us to Boot Berry in November.
    Tags: Blue Dog, Deficit, Marion Berry, Spending, Stimulus, Waste

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