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ENG: Addison Graves Wilson, Sr., most commonly known as Joe Wilson (born July 31, 1947), is the U.S. Representative for South Carolina's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2001. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously served in the South Carolina Senate from 1984 to 2001. He is a member of the House Republican Policy Committee and is an Assistant Republican Whip. In September 2009, Wilson received international attention when he interrupted a speech by U.S. President Barack Obama to a joint session of Congress by shouting "You lie!" The incident resulted in a formal rebuke by the House of Representatives. Early life, education and career Wilson was born in Charleston, South Carolina, to Hugh de Veaux Wilson and Wray Graves Wilson. Wilson obtained a bachelor's ...
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Congressman Joe Wilson makes a stop in Beaufort

Congressman Joe Wilson made his way throughout his district, making a stop a final stop in Beaufort at Earl's Body Shop. While surrounded by dozens of supporters, Congressman Wilson shared his agenda for 2012, which includes creating jobs, stopping spending, and protecting the military and veterans. The Congressman says although the House passed 28 bills focused on job creation, they are being stalled in the Senate. He plans on doing his part to help get them passed and he has some ideas of how to get more people back to work and create more jobs. "Deregulating industry, by limiting ...

Congressman Joe Wilson Visits Alabama

The Alabama Republican Party will host South CarolinaCongressman Joe Wilson on Wednesday, January 11th in Huntsville,Alabama. After a morning tour of the Redstone Arsenal, CongressmanWilson and Congressman Mo Brooks will attend a fundraiser luncheon atthe Huntsville Marriott."We are thrilled to have Congressman Wilson in the great state ofAlabama and look forward to showing off the beautiful city ofHuntsville," said Bill Armistead, Chairman of the Alabama RepublicanParty. "Huntsville remains an example to the country of whatcapitalism, hard work and ingenuity can do to help our nation ...

Congressman Joe Wilson Opens Aiken Office

There will be a new face in Congress for parts of Aiken County and Barnwell County."I soon will be representing and working to represent 5 counties and I will live within one hour of 95 percent of the constituents. I think this is really good for the people of Aiken County, Barnwell County, and the people of the Second District," U.S. Representative Joe Wilson (R-SC) said.U.S. Census data places Representative Wilson over South Carolina Congressional District 2. He is taking over areas currently held by U.S. Representative Jeff Duncan. Wilson settled into his new office on Richland Avenue, in ...

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Wilson: Kyle Carpenter Is A Testament to America’s Greatness
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) released the following statement after attending Corporal William “Kyle” Carpenter’s Congressional Medal of Honor ceremony at the White House.  On November 21, 2010, Corporal Kyle Carpenter of Gilbert, South Carolina, risked his life for a fellow Marine when he threw himself on a hand grenade while keeping watch on a rooftop in Afghanistan.  He is the 8th living recipient to receive this most prestigious honor while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan.  “Corporal Kyle Carpenter is a true testament to America’s greatness,” Congressman Joe Wilson stated.  “I have had the distinct privilege of knowing Kyle for several years. From my first visit with him and his mother Robin at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, I was impressed by their determination. Kyle’s heroic actions convey true selflessness. Throughout his lengthy recovery, he has shown character and fearlessness, traits that embody the spirit of our great nat
Wilson: United States must never negotiate with terrorists
Chairman Joe Wilson (SC-02) of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Military Personnel issued the following statement after the House Armed Services Committee received testimony from Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and DOD General Counsel Stephen Preston regarding the transfer of five senior Taliban detainees from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. “The United States must never negotiate with terrorists,” Chairman Wilson stated. “President Obama’s unlawful decision to release five ‘high risk’ terrorists who have vowed to destroy our families and our freedoms without Congressional knowledge or oversight is unacceptable. More importantly, this negligence severely cripples our national security at home and directly places the brave men and women serving in uniform overseas at grave risk. “Today’s hearing further convinces me that the President’s actions have left this country and her people less safe.  No evidence exists to support the theory that these highly motivated,
Wilson to Recognize Winner of Elementary School Challenge
Congressman Joe Wilson (SC-02) announced plans to recognize Zachary Valsecchi, a third grader at Round Top Elementary School in Blythewood, South Carolina, as the winner of the First Annual Second Congressional District Elementary School Challenge.  Earlier this year, Congressman Wilson sent a letter to all elementary schools in the district encouraging third grade classrooms to submit an entry detailing a student’s favorite part of South Carolina history. The office received over 100 entries. What: Congressman Wilson will recognize Zachary Valsecchi as the winner of the First Annual Second Congressional District Elementary School Challenge.  Zachary’s entry focused on the significance of the “Best Friend of Charleston,” America’s first regularly scheduled passenger service train that traveled to Charleston, South Carolina, in the 1830’s.  Who: Congressman Joe Wilson, Principal Jeaneen Tucker, 3rd grade teacher Cathy Williams, and students at Round Top Ele
Wilson: Shinseki’s resignation is a positive step towards restoring faith with our Veterans
(Washington, DC) – Chairman Joe Wilson (SC-02) of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Military Personnel issued the following statement after President Obama announced he had accepted Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki’s resignation. “I appreciate Secretary Eric Shinseki’s resignation and believe it will be a positive step towards restoring faith with those who have honorably served our Nation.  As we move forward, it is my hope that President Obama lives up to the promises he made on the campaign trail in 2008 and puts an end to the delays and denial of services our veterans face each day. I also believe the Administration should proceed with criminal investigations into the cover-ups that have led to the preventable complaints, illnesses, and deaths that plagued our VA system for years,” Wilson stated.

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