Stupak takes to the Times to defend himself, which means he must be feeling some heat:
The language in our amendment is completely consistent with the Hyde Amendment, which in the 33 years since its passage has done nothing to inhibit private health insurers from offering abortion coverage. There is no reason to believe that a continuation of this policy would suddenly create undue hardship for the insurance industry — or for those who wish to use their private insurance to pay for an abortion.
Then I guess it will be no big damned deal when your amendment is not inluded in the final bill, you C-Street busybody. I’d like Rep. Stupak to take some time to talk about the relationship between the C-Street creeps and the folks proposing legislation to execute homosexuals in Uganda. Then I might listen to him.
Have we figured out who to send money to to primary this clown?