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  • commented 2018-01-10 00:33:11 -0600
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  • commented 2018-01-03 11:41:17 -0600
    Why would I contribute to you? You flooded us, your inaction to getting us funds for Project Brays meant Meyerland flooded. I hope you have a primary challenger or I’m voting Democrat.
  • commented 2017-12-22 15:00:43 -0600
    Dear Congressman CUlberson,

    The decision of the president to move the American embassy to Jerusalem is not right. Jerusalem is not part of Israel according to the UN and American official position. The decision will remove the US as an “impartial” mediator in the ME peace process and will increase hostility against the US in the already unstable ME.


    I hope you will follow the voice of reason and use your influence in this regards.


    Best regards,
  • commented 2017-12-20 16:52:58 -0600
    Throughout your tenure, you have been the most worthless Congressman my district has ever had. I’ll vote for ANYBODY running against you. You have proven once again you care nothing for the average American with your vote for the tax bill. You can’t be voted out of office fast enough.
  • commented 2017-12-20 15:06:35 -0600
    Shame on you for sucking up to your mega-donors and dissing your constituents. Although a lifelong Republican, I will actively work for your defeat because you have abandoned moral and ideological principles. You have become a political shill and I hope that you can live with that abdication of basic human principles. Your positions have become disgusting to me and are antithetical to any reasonable conservative positions.
  • commented 2017-12-20 09:20:32 -0600
    Congressman Culberson, I am a resident of Houston (your district), a fiscal conservative, and a mother. My husband has wonderful health insurance through his job so my plea isn’t even for me personally, it’s for the 9 million (450,000 Texas) children who are on the brink of losing health insurance just because you all continue to bicker and play politics. These are CHILDREN, families who will quite possibly have to decide whether or not an illness is bad enough for them to make a trip to the doctor and then wonder how to pay for it. Heaven forbid my husband ever loses his good job and we’re temporarily in a state where I would have to rely on a program like CHIP for my 5 month old son. I can’t even imagine what it must feel like to not easily be able to contact his pediatrician and feel reassured that he’s safe. Let alone has the appropriate vaccinations to ensure ALL children around him are safe as well! I remind you that even though I’m historically on the conservative side fiscally, this is one program I am happy to send my tax dollars towards and I hope that you and your colleagues will quickly find a solution for our future generations health and safety.
  • commented 2017-12-18 17:25:36 -0600
    You are either dishonest or a dim wit. Probably a bit of both. Culbertson tweeted about the “significant benefit” of an increased standard deduction, while failing to mention at all that the deduction for personal exemptions was eliminated most likely fully offsetting the increased standard deduction. This means a family of 4, all else being equal will see a tax increase. Bravo! Don’t waste your time breaking your arm to pat yourself on the back for this one. What an embarrassment. The Republicans control both houses of Congress and have the White House and can not, after years of planning, draft and pass cohesive tax plan. Instead they have to resort to lies and sleight of Hans to convince Main Street America that they are working for them. Pull your boots up folks we are about to walk through some deep bulls&@#. Culbertson, from a life long Republican, you suck!
  • commented 2017-12-18 12:00:58 -0600
    Mr. Culberson, I’m a texans resident in your district in Houston 77077. Have always voted straight Republican. My request is please vote against the Tax bill tomorrow, it designed to help rich people, mainly to Trump.

    Thank you very much,


    Vernon Caldera

    12222 ella lee

    houston tx 77077
  • commented 2017-12-14 08:32:50 -0600
    You considered yourself a fiscal conservative, yet you vote for this tax plan that will Blake on the debt. We will have to borrow to pay for this tax plan. This is shameful. You can no longer lay claim to caring about our debt, although you once condemned Obama for it. Shameful and Texans won’t forget.


    There is also a vote for net neutrality and I hope you do not vote against it. Texans will be watching.
  • commented 2017-12-05 07:02:51 -0600
    You are a Jeffersonian in name only. You have bought into the biggest government-like organization by endorsing an NRA philosophy resulting in usurping the rights of the unarmed. You have signed away the future of the middle class tax payers by signing a tax bill that has traded our financial freedom to having our next generation support China’s growing economy. You Sir, are no Jefferson, you have sold our soul to the next King. Your sponsored commercial having middle class couples say the are happy about a tax bill that wil come back to kick them is a sad tribute to your having been duped by the snake oil salesman you voted in as president of our once honorable country.
  • commented 2017-11-24 17:53:19 -0600
    We want to know every detail about a fund paying off assault victims of members of Congress. Who has had a payoff made with Congressional funds? What, when & how much? Any member of Congress that does not immediately investigate and expose his findings, should be considered complicit and pay for it a the ballot box. Please report back to us immediately. Thank You
  • commented 2017-11-24 17:44:15 -0600
  • commented 2017-10-17 11:58:28 -0500
    Congressmen, I vote by mail and have received my official election ballot, for General & Special Elections, from Stan Stanart, County Clerk of Harris County and was dismayed that your name nor any other candidates were listed. As a long time supporter of yours, how am I to cast me vote for you. Please investigate and provide direction. Thank You
  • commented 2017-09-08 07:00:53 -0500
    The neighborhood of Fleetwood Place 78079 was flooded by government dam releases Now the electricity has been turned off , letting the neighborhood rot. Servpro can not clean without electricity — as not enough generators. Why is this neighborhood purposely being destroyed??????? . I own a house at 912 Fleetwood Place Houston 78079. Ginger Winkelmann. 713-823 5642
  • commented 2017-07-31 13:03:49 -0500
    When are you REALLY going to “Step on the air line” of

    Sanctuary Cities? That poor 65 yr old woman in Portland OR, raped and beaten by a 20-time deportee, living on the streets of a Sanctuary City?

    I’ll donate to your campaign when I see Portland Oregon cut off from Federal Law Enforcement funding like you PROMISED!
  • commented 2017-07-14 15:17:50 -0500
    Shame on you! Jared Kushner has been lying to the American people. His security clearance needs to be revoked, his behavior indangers national security, something Republicans used to care about. You’ve allowed our nation to become the joke of the world!
  • commented 2017-07-03 21:45:29 -0500
    Dear Rep. Culberson:


    For twenty-five years now, Republican appropriators have been giving Senator Chuck Schumer one anti-gun victory after another after another — all without firing a shot.


    It’s time that Republican appropriators stood up to Schumer and stood up FOR the Second Amendment.


    Here’s the deal: The Firearm Owners’ Protection Act of 1986 contained a provision which would allow persons subject to a gun ban to regain their constitutional rights.


    Make no mistake about it: The procedure is no “piece of cake.” A person has to convince the ATF that they don’t represent a danger, or, failing that, they have to convince a federal court.


    But even this is too much for the gun-hating Schumer. For roughly 25 years, the “Schumer amendment” to the Commerce-Justice-Science Appropriations Bill has prohibited any federal funds from being used to restore anyone’s constitutional rights.


    So for much of this time, if a person were a veteran with PTSD, they’re out of luck. If they had a conviction for a federal regulatory offense — fifty years ago — they’re out of luck. They will NEVER get their guns back, thanks to Democrat Chuck Schumer.


    This is particularly ironic in view of Democrat’s conspicuous efforts to get voting rights for convicted drug traffickers:

    • In Philadelphia, Democrat officials refuse to cleanse the voting rolls of serial murderers, even if they’re in prison. (Source: http://bit.ly/2pnM97p)



    • In Virginia, anti-gun Democrat Terry McAuliffe individually signed 60,000 pardons for dangerous criminals — so they could cast decisive ballots for “Hillary.” (Source: http://bit.ly/2fpd6Ex)




    And yet, if someone got in a bar fight fifty years ago in a state without a commutation procedure, they will never get their constitutional rights restored — so long as the Schumer amendment continues.


    As you know, the Schumer amendment isn’t permanent law. It’s re-enacted annually on each year’s appropriations bill. And you will determine whether it’s in the original version of the bill — the “chairman’s mark” — and, hence, whether it’s re-enacted between now and September.


    Gun Owners of America has made a formal request to you for deletion of the Schumer amendment. But I wanted to let you know that, as a gun-owning American — I also hope you will make the right choice and delete the Schumer amendment.


    So please, Congressman Culberson, make the right choice and delete the Schumer amendment from this year’s Commerce-Justice-Science “chairman’s mark.”
  • commented 2017-06-27 16:26:52 -0500
    I would like to request President Putin for possible financial help in my civil Rights and custody case in Houston Texas , I cannot get justice with the with all the court house of lies, and the expense, The United States abuses women in courts, I reported Chris Spoffords crimes and was ignored.
  • commented 2017-06-22 12:54:36 -0500
    HEALTH CARE IS A BASIC HUMAN RIGHT…..ESPECIALLY FOR THE POOR WHO CAN’T AFFORD TO BUY IT!!!
  • commented 2017-06-22 10:57:38 -0500
    I tried to donate from your email and when I click continue, nothing happens.
  • commented 2017-06-21 12:05:47 -0500
    SUPPORT TRUMP!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • commented 2017-05-18 09:28:35 -0500
    Dear Rep. Culberson: 


    For twenty-five years now, Republican appropriators have been giving Senator Chuck Schumer one anti-gun victory after another after another — all without firing a shot. 


    It’s time that Republican appropriators stood up to Schumer and stood up FOR the Second Amendment. 


    Here’s the deal:  The Firearm Owners’ Protection Act of 1986 contained a provision which would allow persons subject to a gun ban to regain their constitutional rights. 


    Make no mistake about it:  The procedure is no “piece of cake.” A person has to convince the ATF that they don’t represent a danger, or, failing that, they have to convince a federal court. 


    But even this is too much for the gun-hating Schumer.  For roughly 25 years, the “Schumer amendment” to the Commerce-Justice-Science Appropriations Bill has prohibited any federal funds from being used to restore anyone’s constitutional rights. 


    So for much of this time, if a person were a veteran with PTSD, they’re out of luck.  If they had a conviction for a federal regulatory offense — fifty years ago — they’re out of luck.  They will NEVER get their guns back, thanks to Democrat Chuck Schumer. 


    This is particularly ironic in view of Democrat’s conspicuous efforts to get voting rights for convicted drug traffickers:

    • In Philadelphia, Democrat officials refuse to cleanse the voting rolls of serial murderers, even if they’re in prison.  (Source: http://bit.ly/2pnM97p)



    • In Virginia, anti-gun Democrat Terry McAuliffe individually signed 60,000 pardons for dangerous criminals — so they could cast decisive ballots for “Hillary.” (Source: http://bit.ly/2fpd6Ex)




    And yet, if someone got in a bar fight fifty years ago in a state without a commutation procedure, they will never get their constitutional rights restored — so long as the Schumer amendment continues. 


    As you know, the Schumer amendment isn’t permanent law.  It’s re-enacted annually on each year’s appropriations bill.  And you will determine whether it’s in the original version of the bill — the “chairman’s mark” — and, hence, whether it’s re-enacted between now and September. 


    Gun Owners of America has made a formal request to you for deletion of the Schumer amendment.  But I wanted to let you know that, as a gun-owning American — I also hope you will make the right choice and delete the Schumer amendment. 


    So please, Congressman Culberson, make the right choice and delete the Schumer amendment from this year’s Commerce-Justice-Science “chairman’s mark.”


    Sincerely,


    Edward Grudi

    NRA Life Member ~ Benefactor
  • commented 2017-04-05 16:57:07 -0500
    John: You came knocking on our door many years ago when you were I believe first running for Congress. We lived then in Nottingham Forest. Some years back we move back inside the loop. The eastern most point of your district comes just a few blocks west of us (Shepherd and W. Dallas). We’ve been scared by the fact that Sheila Jackson Lee’s district comes just to the east of us. We feel comfortable with the fact that Ted Poe’s district was permitted to jump the Bayou and proceed south to where we are and we hopefully will continue to be in his district. Thanks for your years of work. We see you just ever once in a while on the national news. When you do get in front of the camera you speak well for your causes and for your district.
  • commented 2017-02-21 16:07:27 -0600
    ENOUGH! Google, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube & Reddit are all colluding to end free speech. Yes they are all private companies who can make their own rules, when they conspire together it is organized racketeering. Something must be done. Are we to just sit back and let the 1st amendment be shredded? Something must be done now! They are silencing every conservative voice out here. Please help!
  • commented 2017-02-06 13:59:00 -0600
    Trying to donate to John Culberson
  • commented 2017-01-31 13:48:05 -0600
    oh, and political correctness used to be known as good manners.
  • commented 2017-01-31 13:46:25 -0600
    I do not support you or the president, nor the GOP agenda. I ask you to consider representing all of Americans and support what is right and good. Not what is politicaly and personally expedient. you will be remembered with shame if you do not. And leave ACA alone, along with medicare and Medicaid and Social Security. You have a pension and health care, but not every one has. And respect women’s health by leaving the decision up to the individual, not the State. You are all very eager to take control of what is not your business.


    And quit watching the first Amendment be quashed by power-hungry idiots. It’s part of your job description to listen.


    And do not approve Sessions. I’m a Southerner and he will not, and has not risen above his predjudices.


    If I sound angry and dismayed, I am. Have you read the Constitution? It’s a remarkable read for someone so ready to shut down the nation, the government and freedom.


    Think it through. There are consequenses. And so far, I see nothing but degradation of our nation.


    I will remember in 2018 and beyond.
  • commented 2017-01-24 14:06:41 -0600
    Hello, as a citizen of the great state of Texas with all its past glories and triumphs it’s easy to be left in awe of the wonders of what we are and what we will become. I find myself waking up and day by day to the impossibilities of the world miraculously becoming possible. I’ve never before had experienced such utter disappointment in witnessing the impossible become not just possible but forced upon not just me but everyone who trusted their delegates to look after the peoples best interests. Let me tell you when I woke up this morning and checked the news to find out Mr President used an executive order to let the constuction on two separate pipelines continue as planned after a fiasco of physical abuse on peaceful protesters in a variety of malicious ways really opened my eyes to the fact that to you government officials are the people you’re looking out for and completely disregard what the rest of the us really need and want. On top of that situation Our Texas Government just made a law to strip away our given constitutional rights and our inalienable rights from pregnant women thusly named the Abolition of Abortion in Texas Act so then who do i talk to to make a change when do i get to vote for or against this situation that is happening? As a voice of the people dispite what your personal beliefs are I do implore you to take a stand on these two matters and see how much negative blacklash is going to occur because of this. To be perfectly clear I, Alyssa Morales, am against the DAPL pipeline being cleared for constuction and I, Alyssa Morales, am against the Abolition of Abortion in Texas Act. I want my voice to be heard I want to be able to easily obtain information on how to actively be against this acts and bills. I want your help speaking for me and or directing me to someone who can help my cause as you were voted into office to do. Thank you for your time.
  • commented 2017-01-10 10:12:52 -0600
    One of my dearest friends was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Luckily, she has Obamacare. Before you move forward with this repeal, please remember that it’s not about Barack Obama, it’s about my friend.
  • commented 2016-12-21 11:16:32 -0600
    Let’s give Trump a real chance. We new to kill sanuary cities, political correctness and progressive initiatives in Houston.


    Why did the Senatorial Convention move out of Memorial Area in Houston?


    Why can the Houston School Board change names of HS. Is Texas history taught in our schools?


    Trump might have the magic that the party needs to build on. The Republicans need to get on board and push hard. We have a breath of fresh air we had better take it.


    Logic, Logic and Logic is the new basis for making American Great Again.


    Example: eliminate the marriage penalty imposed in my IRS tax.


    The 250000 USD family limit should be per Pearson. A 500000 USD limit per family inflation adjusted.


    Across the board 5% reduction except military per year. Where metrics show no value 10% per year. As a minimum.


    Review all foreign aid and cut 25% where immediate value to tax payers can not be shown.


    No government expenditure without value to tax payer shown by metrics.


    Make verifiable deals with Russia. Russia may hold the key to holding China in line.


    Logic, Logic, Logic


    Put Hillary in jail. Make clear Obama was the worst president since Jimmy Carter.


    Put Cruz on the Supreem Court.

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