Rep. Steve King: “The Best Vote” I Cast Was Against Katrina Relief

Posted by | September 22, 2009 12:32 | Filed under: Top Stories

Think Progress has Iowa Republican Steve King’s remarkable statement in an interview from The Hill.


THE HILL: What vote would you like to redo?


KING: I don’t really go back and re-live that sort of thing. Some of the big votes that I’ve thought about, some of the jury’s still out. And at this point, maybe I’d answer that question another way, probably the singular vote that stands out that went against the grain, and it turns out to be the best vote that I cast, was my “no” vote to the $51.5 billion to [Hurricane] Katrina. That probably was my best vote. But as far as doing something different again, I don’t know.

King has already made a “name” for himself by refusing to acknowledge that slave labor built DC and by expressing concern that Iowa would become “a gay marriage mecca.”

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