Monday, December 21, 2009

Sixty Four versus Zero

Some Democrats in the House at least put up a fight when it came to abortion funding.  No, their convictions didn't hold to the point of voting against the final bill when the Stupak amendment wasn't in it.  But Democrats in the Senate have voted unanimously in favor of federal abortion funding.  This is just plain sick. 

"Senate Democrats have unanimously placed their party well to the left of public opinion.  Sixty-four House Democrats, on the other hand, voted for Rep. Bart Stupak's amendment to block the federal government from subsidizing abortion.  It is up to them, and especially to the pro-lifers among them, to prove that their party is not a closed club made up of pro-abortion extremists and those they can buy off.  Stupak has his work cut out for him."   Retrieved December 21, 2009 from <>

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