Back in 2013, a group of Rs from the southeast voted against Hurricane Sandy relief; do you think these guys still oppose hurricane reliefe?

Here's the list: Ron DeSantis (Former R-FL, now running for governor) Mo Brooks (R-AL) Doug Collins (R-GA) Jeff Duncan (R-SC) Virginia Foxx (R-NC) Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) Trey Gowdy (R-SC) Tom Graves (R-GA) Andrew Harris (R-MD) George Holding (R-NC) Richard Hudson (R-NC) Mark Meadows (R-NC) Joe Wilson (R-SC) Rob... show more Here's the list: Ron DeSantis (Former R-FL, now running for governor)
Mo Brooks (R-AL)
Doug Collins (R-GA)
Jeff Duncan (R-SC)
Virginia Foxx (R-NC)
Bob Goodlatte (R-VA)
Trey Gowdy (R-SC)
Tom Graves (R-GA)
Andrew Harris (R-MD)
George Holding (R-NC)
Richard Hudson (R-NC)
Mark Meadows (R-NC)
Joe Wilson (R-SC)
Rob Woodall (R-GA)
Ted Yoho (R-FL)
Update: Gosh, if that Sandy relief bill was so horrible, how do you explain the fact that 161 republicans voted for the bill and only 67 voted against it?
Update 2: I'll also give you a chance to respond to John's post stating that the Congressional Research Service verified that almost all the funds requested went to either provide direct assistance to storm victims, repair damage from the storm, and prevent damage from future storms. That includes the funds for Head... show more I'll also give you a chance to respond to John's post stating that the Congressional Research Service verified that almost all the funds requested went to either provide direct assistance to storm victims, repair damage from the storm, and prevent damage from future storms. That includes the funds for Head Start, which went to repairing and remediation of over 250 Head Start Centers damaged by Sandy.
Update 3: After many hours, the folks claiming "pork" have stayed silent. John's Congressional Research Service statement saying "no pork, all Sandy" wins the day.
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