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In the end, it wasn't even close. If you were watching on C-SPAN, you saw that barely a couple dozen Democrats voted for the "compromise" debt ceiling bill at first, but once passage became inevitable, the rest flooded in. That meant a final roll call of 269 in favor to 161 against. On the GOP side, it was 174 aye to 66 nay, with the "no" votes coming from the party's dystopian teabagger wing, full of dead-enders ready to shoot hostages.

Strange bedfellows indeed: The Democrats who voted "no" are predominantly on the liberal end of the spectrum, while you'll find the more establishment types and what remains of the Blue Dogs in the "yes" column. And Team Blue, such as it is, could not have been more perfectly divided—it's almost like the headlines write themselves—with exactly 95 in favor and 95 against. (Three Dems did not vote.)

Guess who owns that Satan sandwich now?

A full chart of how each member voted, broken down by party, is below the fold.

GOP Yes GOP No Dem Yes Dem No
Adams Akin Altmire Ackerman
Aderholt Amash Andrews Baldwin
Alexander Bachmann Barrow Becerra
Austria Bishop (UT) Bass (CA) Blumenauer
Bachus Brooks Berkley Boswell
Barletta Broun (GA) Berman Braley (IA)
Bartlett Buerkle Bishop (GA) Brown (FL)
Barton (TX) Burton (IN) Bishop (NY) Butterfield
Bass (NH) Chaffetz Boren Capuano
Benishek Cravaack Brady (PA) Cardoza
Berg Davis (KY) Capps Carson (IN)
Biggert DesJarlais Carnahan Chu
Bilbray Duncan (SC) Carney Clarke (MI)
Bilirakis Flake Castor (FL) Clarke (NY)
Black Fleischmann Chandler Cleaver
Blackburn Fleming Cicilline Cohen
Boehner Forbes Clay Conyers
Bonner Franks (AZ) Clyburn Crowley
Bono Mack Garrett Connolly (VA) Cummings
Boustany Gingrey (GA) Cooper DeFazio
Brady (TX) Gohmert Costa DeGette
Buchanan Gowdy Costello DeLauro
Bucshon Graves (GA) Courtney Doyle
Burgess Griffith (VA) Critz Edwards
Calvert Hall Cuellar Ellison
Camp Harris Davis (CA) Engel
Campbell Hartzler Davis (IL) Farr
Canseco Huelskamp Deutch Filner
Cantor Hultgren Dicks Frank (MA)
Capito Hunter Dingell Fudge
Carter Johnson (IL) Doggett Gonzalez
Cassidy Jones Donnelly (IN) Green, Al
Chabot Jordan Eshoo Grijalva
Coble King (IA) Fattah Hahn
Coffman (CO) Kingston Garamendi Hastings (FL)
Cole Labrador Giffords Holt
Conaway Lamborn Green, Gene Honda
Crawford Landry Gutierrez Jackson (IL)
Crenshaw Latham Hanabusa Kaptur
Culberson Mack Heinrich Kissell
Denham McClintock Higgins Kucinich
Dent Mulvaney Himes Larson (CT)
Diaz-Balart Neugebauer Hinojosa Lee (CA)
Dold Nunes Hirono Lewis (GA)
Dreier Paul Hochul Loebsack
Duffy Pearce Holden Lofgren, Zoe
Duncan (TN) Poe (TX) Hoyer Luján
Ellmers Posey Inslee Maloney
Emerson Quayle Israel Markey
Farenthold Rehberg Jackson Lee (TX) Matsui
Fincher Roby Johnson (GA) McCollum
Fitzpatrick Rokita Johnson, E. B. McDermott
Flores Ross (FL) Keating McGovern
Fortenberry Scalise Kildee McIntyre
Foxx Schweikert Kind McNerney
Frelinghuysen Scott (SC) Langevin Miller (NC)
Gallegly Scott, Austin Larsen (WA) Miller, George
Gardner Southerland Levin Moran
Gerlach Stearns Lipinski Murphy (CT)
Gibbs Stutzman Lowey Nadler
Gibson Tipton Lynch Napolitano
Goodlatte Turner Matheson Neal
Gosar Walsh (IL) McCarthy (NY) Olver
Granger Westmoreland Meeks Pallone
Graves (MO) Wilson (SC) Michaud Pastor (AZ)
Griffin (AR) Yoder Owens Payne
Grimm Pascrell Peters
Guinta Pelosi Pingree (ME)
Guthrie Perlmutter Price (NC)
Hanna Peterson Rangel
Harper Polis Reyes
Hastings (WA) Quigley Richardson
Hayworth Rahall Roybal-Allard
Heck Richmond Ryan (OH)
Hensarling Ross (AR) Sánchez, Linda T.
Herger Rothman (NJ) Sarbanes
Herrera Beutler Ruppersberger Schakowsky
Huizenga (MI) Rush Scott (VA)
Hurt Sanchez, Loretta Serrano
Issa Schiff Slaughter
Jenkins Schrader Smith (WA)
Johnson (OH) Schwartz Stark
Johnson, Sam Scott, David Sutton
Kelly Sewell Thompson (MS)
King (NY) Sherman Tierney
Kinzinger (IL) Shuler Tonko
Kline Sires Towns
Lance Speier Velázquez
Lankford Thompson (CA) Visclosky
LaTourette Tsongas Waters
Latta Van Hollen Watt
Lewis (CA) Walz (MN) Waxman
LoBiondo Wasserman Schultz Welch
Long Wilson (FL) Woolsey
Lucas Wu Yarmuth
Luetkemeyer
Lummis
Lungren, Daniel E.
Manzullo
Marchant
Marino
McCarthy (CA)
McCaul
McCotter
McHenry
McKeon
McKinley
McMorris Rodgers
Meehan
Mica
Miller (FL)
Miller (MI)
Miller, Gary
Murphy (PA)
Myrick
Noem
Nugent
Nunnelee
Olson
Palazzo
Paulsen
Pence
Petri
Pitts
Platts
Pompeo
Price (GA)
Reed
Reichert
Renacci
Ribble
Rigell
Rivera
Roe (TN)
Rogers (AL)
Rogers (KY)
Rogers (MI)
Rohrabacher
Rooney
Ros-Lehtinen
Roskam
Royce
Runyan
Ryan (WI)
Schilling
Schmidt
Schock
Sensenbrenner
Sessions
Shimkus
Shuster
Simpson
Smith (NE)
Smith (NJ)
Smith (TX)
Stivers
Sullivan
Terry
Thompson (PA)
Thornberry
Tiberi
Upton
Walberg
Walden
Webster
West
Whitfield
Wittman
Wolf
Womack
Woodall
Young (AK)
Young (FL)
Young (IN)

Originally posted to David Nir on Mon Aug 01, 2011 at 05:15 PM PDT.

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