Stupak Feeling Stupid Bamboozled by Obama’s Lies!

Rep. Bart Stupak (D-MI) announced in March 2010 that he would vote for Obamacare after President Obama promised no federal dollars would be used to fund abortions.

At the time, Megyn Kelly asked him in an interview:

Kelly: What is to stop this openly pro-choice President from reversing himself on this? We’ve seen him on the other deals that were offered to get Senator’s votes in connection with this bill. What is to stop him from reversing himself on this executive order now that he has got your vote?

Stupak: Well that’s why we have asked for it to be public. We will have a public signing of this …

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Kelly: The Senate deals were public too …

Stupak: I know. And you’re right, Megyn, there is nothing that would stop this President from a month from now, a year from now, 10 years from now, [from] repealing this executive order.

That was then. This is now:

 
Now Stupak is just one more lackey who believed Obama’s lies, one more Congressman who touted the President’s monstrosity of a healthcare plan which WILL fund abortions.

Now Representative Bart Stupak not only looks REALLY stupid, he also must bear the weight of knowing babies may be aborted, little lives snuffed out, because of his stupidity and gullibility.

 

 

 

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