Stupak: I love the unborn, but I’ll sell ’em out for government graft

Mr. “No Abortion” Bart Stupak turns out to have sold his vote for a bowl of pottage.

Three airports in the district of infamous fence-sitting and ultimately kowtowing Democrat Bart Stupak were awarded $726,409 in grants by the Obama Administration just two days before a vote on Obama and Pelosi’s government takeover of healthcare.

But my brother Esau is a hairy man.

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8 responses to “Stupak: I love the unborn, but I’ll sell ’em out for government graft

  1. RTM Townie

    Even the most principled Congresscritters have their price it seems ….

    • Nah – just as patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel, these anti-abortion characters are just in it for the votes, and if they can get more votes by bringing in airport pork, those fetuses are history.

  2. Red

    Correct me if I am wrong, but didn’t Bart Stupak own a second-tier casino in Las Vegas about 30 years ago? The one with a giant solar system painted on the front? How he ended up as a social conservative representing Michigan, I don’t know. Or was that his father?

  3. anonymous

    maybe i’m in need of watching the news, but didn’t they issue an executive order ensuring that federal funding can’t be used for abortions? If they voted for this bill without that assurance, I am literally going to be sick. Giving up some innocent unborn baby’s life for some airport improvements? That is totally disgusting. Please tell me this isn’t so.

  4. antonymous

    what about the innocent, born and breathing air person’s life ?

  5. not so anonymous

    An “Executive Order” apparently has zero legal standing…it collapses the first time it’s challenged, it’s worthless symbolism..

  6. greenmtnpunter

    As I watched Greta pursue this guy I kept yellingat my screen ” He’ll flip, why are you wasting your time and ours!!!” It’s as if he was happy to be on Fox News since it would draw all the attention to the fact that he hadn’t been paid off yet….and sure ‘nuf, he finally was… Stupak’s law: ” Fox News appearance equals quick pay-off”

  7. DebtVulture

    That was Bob Stupak and the casino was the Stratosphere, later purchased by Carl Icahn, after it got in trouble, and packaged with a couple other local LV crappy casinos and then sold to someone else at a ridiculous price.