However, the Republican votes for and the Democrat votes against are far more interesting, via Hot Air:
Even though the vote was largely partisan, there were a few departures from party loyalty. Seven Republicans voted to rebuke Wilson: Rep. Joseph Cao of Louisiana, Joanne Emerson of Missouri, Jeff Flake of Arizona, Walter Jones of North Carolina, Tom Petri of Wisconsin, Dana Rohrabacher of California and fellow South Carolinian Bob Inglis.
But 12 Democrats voted no on the resolution: Michael Arcuri of New York, Bill Delahunt of Massachusetts, Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona, Maurice Hinchey of New York, Paul Hodes of New Hampshire, Dennis Kucinich of Ohio, Dan Maffei of New York, Eric Massa of New York, James McDermott of Washington, Gwen Moore of Wisconsin, Gene Taylor of Mississippi and Harry Teague of Arizona.
Kucinich and McDermott are pedal to the metal liberals. McDermott even went to Iraq to side with Saddam Hussein a few years ago. I suspect these two guys in their heart of hearts kinda respect any form of subversion. At least they’re consistent.
Well, whoop-dee-sh*t. Can we move on now?