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Breaking: Stupak Sells Out Because of an Executive Order That Could Be Rescinded Tomorrow

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Posted on March 21 2010 4:15 pm
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Rep. Bart Stupak (D-MI) has announced his small group of Democrat pro-life voters are swinging their votes to support Obamacare.  His reasoning is based on an Obama Executive Order that will supposedly keep the new health care bill from paying for abortions.

Pro-life groups have warned that this move is smoke and mirrors and that the Executive Order is not enough. The Susan B. Anthony list explains:



1. An executive order can be rescinded any time. President Obama could reverse it next week, next month, or next year. Should another pro-abortion president be elected in the future, it could be rescinded on inauguration day.

2. An executive order will not prevent insurance companies that provide abortion from participating in the exchanges.

3. Abortion funding in the health care legislation can be only be removed using the legislative process. An executive order not only doesn’t fix the problem, it isn’t needed to fix the problem, and could not stand a legal challenge. If Democrats are serious about protecting taxpayers from funding abortion in the health care bill, they must use the legislative process to fix the problem.

Barring unseen events, this should give Democrats enough votes to vote in the Senate health care bill.  Stupak, who has been viciously attacked by the Left will now become their hero.  With the latest Fox News poll showing only 30% of Americans supporting this bill, has representative government just died?

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