As you might have guessed, most members on the FOMC are likely in the QE2 camp. This Calculated Risk Blog post
has a table showing the FMOC members who are pro and against QE2.
Thomas Hoenig is the only voting member who is a definite no. Hoenig's speech last week
was very useful in understanding QE2 and its issues. Here's an excerpt with a brief overview of what QE2 entails:
Proponents of QE2 argue that it would provide a near-term boost to the economy by lowering long-term interest rates while raising inflation. These benefits would arise from the purchase of U.S. Treasury securities, which would lead to lower U.S. Treasury and corporate rates.