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Bart Stupak: Obama Duped Me

Rep. Bart Stupak, the "pro-life" Democrat who twisted his soul for President Obama so that he could could force Obamacare on us now says he was duped.

Stupak gave Obama the votes he needed by cutting a deal for a useless executive order prohibiting Obamacare from paying for abortion. For his trouble, Stupak was forced to retire from Congress and now he realizes that he was had.

He argues that because the mandate covers “contraceptive services” and drugs that induce abortion, the entire thing is “illegal.”

“To tell you the truth, I am perplexed and disappointed having negotiated the executive order with the president.” Stupak said during a panel discussion. “Not only does that HHS mandate violate the executive order, it also violates statutory law.”

“If you go back to the Omnibus Budget Act of 2009, passed by Democratic House, Democratic Senate and signed by President Obama, that is probably the most specific particular language that no funds can be used to promote abortion,” he added.

Talking about the HHS mandate, he said “I think it’s illegal. I believe it has contraceptive services, it also has drugs that induce [abortions].”
Sometimes "I told you so" just doesn't cut it.

My problem with this is that it was entirely predictable and actually was predicted by every pro-lifer that doesn't have a D after his name.

The fact that he admits it now does not console.



*subhead*Too little too late.*subhead*

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10 comments:

theraineyview said...

The Democratic Party leadership has become more devious yet also bolder in its radical anti-life stance. We have to speak boldly in the face of such evil. May God give us courage and strength.

rover serton said...

Interestingly, Stupak had more than half of Michigan in his district. The entire upper peninsula an all the way down to Bay City. In that entire 30,000 square miles, there was not a single place to have the legal procedure done (abortion).

You can now all chime in that is a good thing.

Daniel F. Kane said...

When it really counted, he folded. Pray that you are not put to the test.

Daniel F. Kane said...

When it really counted, he folded. Pray that you are not put to the test.

Sophia's Favorite said...

Rover, it is a good thing.

Still, you do make a very good argument for abortion.

Daryl Hanson said...

I keep repeating my devil adage over and over every time I go to church and hear this kind of whining "He tricked me, he tricked us... ya-ya-ya" Folks when you sleep with the devil, what do you expect... I am not the sharpest knife in the kitchen but I could see this bait and switch coming from a mile away...

RobKPhD said...

And yet Stupak and his group remain in the party that duped them. If you stay after being duped, what does that make you?

Jason said...

OK Rover I'll chime in. Not being able to murder an innocent baby in the womb IS a good thing. A very good thing in fact.

Unknown said...

Oh great, he is just like the rest of us who voted for Obama in 2008 the feeling of "voter remorse" whereas Stupak suffers from "supporter remorse"

Diogenes41 said...

Stupak let himself be duped. The blame game is a game and a way of dodging responsibility.

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