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As the 5th Congressional District Representative, Cathy McMorris Rodgers (McMoRo) has now been in office for eight consecutive years.  She is the most powerful  Republican woman in the U.S. House of Representatives because she is a docile and obedient servant to the puppet masters who yank the chains of the Republican Party.  Now that you know where I stand, check out our site on Cathy McMorris Rodgers voting record.  She continually votes against programs for the middle class and the impoverished to pay for tax loop holes for corporate America (e.g, handing out entitlements to the rich) to keep campaign contributions rolling in. For more on Cathy McMorris Rodgers see this site.  

When Cathy McMorris Rodgers was scheduled to debate her opponent in 2012, she did not even have the courage to show up and face her constituents.

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers was an advocate for the sequester that contained mandatory budget cuts to healthcare and other important government services.  Specifically, it “slashed $86 million from family planning and reproductive health care for poor women”.  This single part of the sequester is likely to result in thousands of unwanted pregnancies.  McMorris Rodgers trying to role back access to birth control.  It does not matter to them that birth control is safe, and effective, and with few side effects.)

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