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    Charisma 1

  2. John Alexander D-CO-1 released the following statement, ”Today I have voted in favor of the immigration bill facing the house floor. Because of my ammendment and support from representatives across the aisle, the bill no longer has a wall. This is good cause this is what America wanted. Though the bill might not be perfect, it is a good bi-partisan piece of legislation no matter how much the GOP push and kicked. I would like to personally thank the 60 republicans who crossed the aisle to get rid of the wall and hey, if your party is now alienating you, you could always join the democrats.”
  3. John Alexander John Alexander D-CO-1 released the following statement, ”Today I have voted in favor of the immigration bill facing the house floor. Because of my ammendment and support from representatives across the aisle, the bill no longer has a wall. This is good cause this is what America wanted. Though the bill might not be perfect, it is a good bi-partisan piece of legislation no matter how much the GOP push and kicked. I would like to personally thank the 60 republicans who crossed the aisle to get rid of the wall and hey, if your party is now alienating you, you could always join the democrats.” View full PR
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    @BMN

    People always talk about immigrants being drug dealers and rapists. Then you say they are taking your jobs. What the hell do you do for a living?
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    @BMN

    Official Account of Blue Mountain News with Robert Powell
  6. Hello everyone thanks for coming, a lot has happened in the past few weeks and I would like to open the floor to any questions you may have of me.
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    Alexander Holds Press Conference

    I am very excited that congress has got something done for once. We have came and we negotiated with the GOP leaders but they wouldn’t budge. So we went around there leaders and got 60 republican representatives to vote with their conscience against the wall. In the end we have a great immigration bill now despite how Faulhammer and Macmillan pushes against it.
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    @JohnAlexanderCO

    The Official Twitter Account of John Alexander D-CO-1
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    @JohnAlexanderCO

    It appears the lead editor at Breitbart has a crush on me with all the stories he’s doing about me. I may be gay but I’m happily married so no thank you. 😂
  10. Blue Mountain News (BMN) with Robert Powell is the #1 source for liberal news in the Rocky Mountain area. If anyone would like to be interviewed all government officials of either party are welcome.
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    Blue Mountain News with Robert Powell

    Hello everyone and welcome to Blue Mountain News, I’m your host, Robert Powell. Today we will be talking about the immigration bill currently going through Congress. The Alexander Ammendment to the bill has passed. This ammendment effectively kills any plans to construct a new wall on the Mexican border, a big wish for the Majority. But what’s surprising is the vote numbers.192 democrats, all democrats, voted in favor. But another 60 republicans crossed the aisle including representative O’Dwyer. I can imagine party headquarters for the GOP right now and it’s not pretty. I for one think that O’Dwyer and the remainder of the 59 other republicans that voted against the wall should join the Democrats. The gop news network Breitbart already is ripping them for going against the party. What’s even more interesting however is the presidents response. Immeadiatly following the vote he issued an executive order to federalize aspects of the Arizona and Texas national guard to the Mexican border. As news reached the congressman in the chamber multiple representatives, including the minority’s whip and the minority leader shouted “condemn him.” What is the national guard going to do? Because the border isn’t all drug raids and gun fights. The majority of the time spent by border patrol agents is waiting in a hot, dry desert. When they do see action it’s usually just giving refugees blankets and transporting them to temporary holding areas. Not aiming guns and them until they go back to Mexico. This use of soldiers to guard a desert is a gross misuse of tax dollars by president Macmillan. On this house floor, the presidents goon, Nicholson said the Democrats we’re derailing the bill with getting rid of the wall. He said it went against Macs agenda and apparently because he was elected, all members of Congress should listen to him. He doesn’t realize that each member was elected too on their liberal or conservative platform. All 192 Democrats and 60 Republicans we’re elected democratically by their constituents. They have no duty to serve at the presidents will. The speaker and certain GOP members may praise Mac as a god but the rest of the dems and the 60 previously mentioned republicans praise their constituents as gods. Because in the end, in the people’s chamber it is the representatives of the people that will vote on laws. Not representives of the President or a political party. Lastly I would like to join congressman Vinick, Ward, and Alexander, 3 very honorable and trustworthy people, in condemning the Macmillan administration for using National guard troops on the border. He should withdraw them at once! Sorry, I got a little carried away. Well, as always, I’m Robert Powell, this has been Blue Mountain News, goodnight.
  12. John Alexander issued the following press release, ”As you probably know, I introduced an ammendment on the republican immigration bill. The ammendment struck wording that would allow for the construction of a new wall on the Mexican border. I believe this is the right choice because the American people should not have to pay for something that will not work. The fence in place already, does not work, so what makes you think a wall will? Taxes should be spent on rural roads for farmers or on education for our children. Not on a giant slab of concrete 20 feet high that will just expand the market for 21ft ladders.”
  13. John Alexander John Alexander issued the following press release, ”As you probably know, I introduced an ammendment on the republican immigration bill. The ammendment struck wording that would allow for the construction of a new wall on the Mexican border. I believe this is the right choice because the American people should not have to pay for something that will not work. The fence in place already, does not work, so what makes you think a wall will? Taxes should be spent on rural roads for farmers or on education for our children. Not on a giant slab of concrete 20 feet high that will just expand the market for 21ft ladders.” View full PR
  14. John Alexander of Colorado is quoted saying this outside his Washington office. “My fellow Americans and my constituents, today I was appalled to hear about the release of an Executive order to federalize the national guard to the bored. If we allow the millitary to enforce laws here. What will they be enforcing next? Will they continue to be used in a partisan manner and perhaps start enforcing state laws like sodomy? This was not what the national guard was meant for and I demand that the President withdraw the national guard from the border immediately!”
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    Alexander Condemns POTUS

    John Alexander John Alexander of Colorado is quoted saying this outside his Washington office. “My fellow Americans and my constituents, today I was appalled to hear about the release of an Executive order to federalize the national guard to the bored. If we allow the millitary to enforce laws here. What will they be enforcing next? Will they continue to be used in a partisan manner and perhaps start enforcing state laws like sodomy? This was not what the national guard was meant for and I demand that the President withdraw the national guard from the border immediately!” View full PR
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    Border Security and Immigration Reform Act

    *Alexander whispers to an aide who then runs out of the room, ten minutes later she returns with a sign saying “252-183.” Alexander hangs the sign over his desk*
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    Border Security and Immigration Reform Act

    Condemn him! *bangs fist on desk*
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    @JohnAlexanderCO

    What are armed guardsmen gonna do that’s more then the what the border patrol can? It doesn’t take an M4 to take a 5 year old refugee to a holding facility. This is a waste of money. Mac is throwing a tantrum after his party didn’t agree that they wanted a wall. It’s a shameful display of an over extreme response.
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    Border Security and Immigration Reform Act

    Mr. Speaker, May I remind the gentleman that a majority of this republican held chamber voted in favor of hitting the wall? When you have multiple republicans coming across the aisle then I’m pretty sure this issue must be bipartisan. I yield
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    Border Security and Immigration Reform Act

    Mr. Speaker, Double standards will also not be tolerated. I yield.
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    Border Security and Immigration Reform Act

    Mr. Speaker, Please Address the Gentleman from Arkansas as such. If you would like to be referred to properly then you are expected to refer the the members of this chamber properly as well. I yield.
  22. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Mr. Alexander, for himself and Mrs. O’Dwyer introduced the following bill; A BILL To prohibit the operation of tobacco and alcohol stores and to regulate the times of tobacco and alcohol sale near schools. To be enacted by the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress Assembled. SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE This act may be cited as the “School Tobacco and Alcohol Restriction Act.” SECTION 2. DEFINITIONS The terms “Smoke Shops” and “Tobacco Stores” shall refer to any premises dedicated to the display, sale, distribution, delivery, offering, furnishing, or marketing of tobacco, tobacco products, or tobacco paraphernalia provided, however, that any grocery store, supermarket, convenience store or similar retail use that only sells conventional cigars, cigarettes or tobacco as an ancillary sale shall not be defined as a “smoke shop” or “tobacco store” The term “E-cigarette” shall mean any electronically actuated device or inhaler meant to simulate cigarette smoking that uses a heating element to vaporize a liquid solution, popularly referred to as “juice,” and that causes the user to exhale any smoke, vapor, or substance other than that produced by unenhanced human exhalation. The juice used in e-cigarettes typically contains nicotine, and for this reason e-cigarettes and their juice can be classified as both tobacco products and tobacco paraphernalia. The term “Tobacco” shall mean any preparation of the nicotine-rich leaves of the tobacco plant, which are cured by a process of drying and fermentation for use in smoking, chewing, absorbing, dissolving, inhaling, snorting, sniffing, or ingesting by any other means into the body. The term “Tobacco paraphernalia” shall mean any paraphernalia, equipment, device, or instrument that is primarily designed or manufactured for the smoking, chewing, absorbing, dissolving, inhaling, snorting, sniffing, or ingesting by any other means into the body of tobacco, tobacco products. Items or devices classified as tobacco paraphernalia include but are not limited to the following: pipes, punctured metal bowls, bongs, water bongs, electric pipes, e-cigarettes, e-cigarette juice, buzz bombs, vaporizers, hookahs, and devices for holding burning material. Lighters and matches shall be excluded from the definition of tobacco paraphernalia. The term “Tobacco product” shall mean any product in leaf, flake, plug, liquid, or any other form, containing nicotine derived from the tobacco plant, or otherwise derived, which is intended to enable human consumption of the tobacco or nicotine in the product, whether smoked, chewed, absorbed, dissolved, inhaled, snorted, sniffed, or ingested by any other means. For the purposes of this chapter, the term “tobacco product” excludes any product that has been specifically approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for sale as a tobacco/smoking cessation product or for other medical purposes, where such product is marketed and sold solely for such an approved purpose. The term highway shall refer to any roadway where the speed limit exceeds 45 miles per hour. The term “alcohol” shall refer to any beverages containing alcohol including but not limited to, rum, whiskey, beer, vodka, and bourbon. SECTION 3. RESTRICTION OF SMOKE AND ALCOHOL SHOPS NEAR SCHOOLS No smoke shops or tobacco stores shall not exist, operate, or be constructed within 300 feet of any education facility, public or private school, hospital, or place of worship. Any premises dedicated to the display, sale, distribution, delivery, offering, furnishing, or marketing of alcohol, alcohol products, alcohol paraphernalia, or alcoholic beverages shall not exist, operate, or be constructed within 300 feet of any education facility, public or private school, hospital, highway, or place of worship. SECTION 4. REGULATION OF TIMES OF TOBACCO SALES All grocery stores, supermarkets, convenience stores, or similar retail markets operation within 300 feet of any education facility or public or private school shall adhere to the following regulations. The sale of tobacco, tobacco products, and alcohol shall be prohibited between the times of 5:00am and 9:30 am as well as between the times of 2:30pm and 5:00pm. This regulation shall not apply on Saturdays or Sundays. All grocery stores, supermarkets, convenience stores, or similar retail markets operation within 300 feet of any place of worship shall adhere to the following regulations. The sale of tobacco, tobacco products, and alcohol shall be prohibited between the times of 6:00am and 12:00 pm. This regulation shall apply every day. SECTION 5. EFFECTIVE DATE This bill shall go into effect 60 days following its constitutional passage.
  23. John Alexander John Alexander is quoted in saying the following statement, ”Today I, along with Congresswoman O’Dwyer introduced the School Tobacco and Alcohol Restriction Act. The goal of this bill is to prohibit the operation of smoke and alcohol stores near schools. If there is a supermarket near a school, it cannot sell cigarettes or alcohol near the time that students are released. In addition, sale of cigarettes and alcohol will have certain restrictions near hospitals and places of worship. Smoking and drinking has no place in these areas. In addition, to protect against drunk driving, alcohol stores are prohibited close to highways. Are children are our most valueable resource and they must be protected against the dreadly grip of nicotine and alcohol. I appreciate the willingness of Mrs. O’Dwyer yo come across the aisle and join me in protecting our children. I urge speaker Faulhammer to put this bill on the docket as soon as possible. Our countries future depends on it.” View full PR
  24. John Alexander John Alexander spoke today about withdrawing troops from afganistan. ”Today I have co-sponsored a resolution to order the president to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. Too many good American men and women have died for a lost cause. The bloodshed must end. I look forward to hopefully seeing that Republicans can co-sponsor this as well and get our soldiers back home.” View full PR
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    Office of John Alexander D-CO-1

    *Representive Alexander meets with Representative Johnson*
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