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Steve King

Steve KingAKA Steven Arnold King

Born: 28-May-1949
Birthplace: Storm Lake, IA

Gender: Male
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Politician
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Congressman, Iowa 5th

An always entertaining right-wing Congressman, he has proposed that every student in US public schools should learn “the tenets of the Christian faith", said that racial profiling should be a "common sense" strategy for police and security officers, defended flying the Confederate flag above present-day Southern state capitols, praised Senator Joseph McCarthy as “a great American hero", and said that torture of prisoners at Abu Ghraib amounted to little more than "hazing". Days after Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005 he voted against emergency aid for its victims even as parts of New Orleans were underwater, and he was the only member of Congress to vote against a 2009 resolution acknowledging the work of long-dead slave laborers who helped build the US Capitol.

Father: Emmett King
Mother: Mildred King
Wife: Marilyn Kelly
Son: David
Son: Michael
Son: Jeff

    High School: Denison Community High School, Denison, IA (1967)
    University: Northwest Missouri State University (1970)

    US Congressman, Iowa 5th (2003-)
    Iowa State Senate (1997-2002)
    Farm Bureau
    Land Improvement Contractors Of America
    Leadership Institute Bi-Partisan Congressional Advisory Board
    National Federation of Independent Business
    National Rifle Association
    US Chamber of Commerce
    Global Warming Skeptics
    Alpha Kappa Lambda

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Hating Breitbart (19-Oct-2012) · Himself

Official Website:
http://www.house.gov/steveking/


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