The rich-folks group that calls itself "Patriotic Millionaires" has released a video of Pennsylvania members of Congress who also are millionaires AND "no" votes on President Obama's call for raising taxes on the wealthy under the "Buffet Rule."
It's sort of a no-duh release, but still fun.
Those that group names, along with their net worth, are Republican Sen. Pat Toomey ($3.3 million) and GOP House members Lou Barletta ($1.2 million), Mike Kelly ($8 million) and Bill Shuster ($1.2 million).
Toomey made his money on Wall Street and as a small business owner. Barletta founded a pavement line-painting business and is a former Hazleton mayor; Kelly inherited a Pittsburgh-area car dealership, and Shuster worked for Goodyear, owned a car dealership in East Freedom and succeeded his father, Bud Shuster, in Congress.