The war spending bill will go just exactly the way they have gone beforePelosi tests might with war funding bill Apr 20, 2008
We need to get some better results from Iraq both politically, economically and militarilyReport: GOP surge support wearing thin Apr 30, 2007
The overwhelming intrusion of No Child Left Behind is too large to deal with unless you fundamentally change the legislationRepublicans back change in 'No Child' act Mar 16, 2007
I think I could have given some good advice here, which is, you have to be curious, you have to ask all the questions you can think ofMajority whip criticizes Foley handling Oct 05, 2006
The entire Whip operation will benefit from his policy expertise, incredible institutional knowledge and wealth of contactsHouse GOP Whip names new chief of staff Apr 12, 2004
Roy D. Blunt (born January 10, 1950) is the junior United States Senator from Missouri. He is a member of the Republican Party. The seat was previously held by Republican Kit Bond who decided to retire.
He served as the U.S. Representative from Missouri's 7th congressional district from 1997 to 2011. The district takes in most of Southwest Missouri, the most conservative part of the state, anchored in the city of Springfield and also includes other cities such as Joplin, Carthage, and Neosho. The district also contains the popular tourist destination of Branson. In January 2011, Blunt was succeeded in the House by Billy Long.
Blunt was the House Minority Whip during the 110th Congress but announced that he would step down from the position following the results of the 2008 general elections. After House Majority Leader Tom DeLay stepped down due to a criminal indictment in Texas, Blunt served as interim House Majority Leader from September 29, 2005, to February 2, 2006, when John Boehner of Ohio was elected as DeLay's permanent replacement.