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>>Stupak and 10 other Pro-life Democrats voted for Abortion. Their price: $4.7 billion

Posted on: March 28, 2010

Sunlight Foundation Reporting Group

It cost the tax payers of this nation a mere $4.7 billion  to persuade 11 pro-abortion Democrats to allow (vote for) the federal government to kill  unborn babies.   The excuse was so transparent with them accepting the scam of a Presidential Decree  stating that there would be no abortions permitted  if the Obamacare bill was passed.  These eleven people were the last ones to sell their souls and give the fanatical Democrat Marxist the control over one sixth of our economy by foisting  the most outrageous and egregious  law ever passed by Congress on our nation.  You can read the entire article to see what these people got for their vote.

A day after Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., and ten other House members compromised on their pro-life position to deliver the necessary yes-votes to pass health care reform, the “Stupak 11” released their fiscal year 2011 earmark requests, which total more than $4.7 billion–an average of $429 million worth of earmark requests for each lawmaker.

Of the eight lawmakers whose 2010 requests were available for comparison, five requested more money this week than they did a year ago: Rep. Jerry Costello, D-Ill., Rep. Kathy Dahlkemper, D-Pa., Rep. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., Brad Ellsworth, D-Ind., and Rep. Charles Wilson, D-Ohio.


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