Delaware; land of Joe Biden (36 years in the Senate), and Rep. Mike Castle (17 years in the House), who voted FOR the T.A.R.P., the Omnibus, Serve America Act, Credit Card Accountability Act, Cap and Trade, and the Fin Reg Reform Bill (among others). Considering Castle’s inability to vote for limited government like a true Republican (he votes with Obama 6 of 10 votes), there might actually be a bigger upset than Scott Brown’s resounding defeat of Martha Coakley rapidly approaching The First State when tea party endorsed Christine O’Donnell spanks Castle with the help of impoverished Delawareans and YOU – the rest of America.
A taste of Christine’s Constitutional conservatism when she was interviewed by Mark Levin on June 24, 2010:
According to an interview that Scott Rasmussen gave on July 21st with Rick Jensen, Christine could actually win Biden’s senate seat (and give it back to Delawareans). Christine has surpassed democrat Chris Coons in the polls, whilst Mike’s numbers have been steadily dropping against Coons.
BWWWAAAAAHHHHH!!!!! No one here at the Monster is surprised that Stupak has gone under the bus after Obama makes a promise and does not keep it. Stupak definitely falls into the the category of ‘too stupid to serve’. Meanwhile, Obama’s lawyers are probably trying to figure out his exposure if he signs it.
President Obama signed the Senate health care bill into law Tuesday. He did not sign the executive order on abortion negotiated with Michigan Democratic Congressman Bart Stupak in an 11th-hour arrangement that may well have saved the entire health care reform effort.
A White House official told Fox, Obama will not sign the Executive Order Tuesday and has set no specific date to do so. Stupak predicted Obama would sign the order later this week. The White House said only that Obama would sign the order “soon.”
In two celebratory speeches Tuesday – one at the bill’s signing, the other at the Interior Department with health care advocates – Obama said nothing about the abortion issue or the executive order.
Stupak, meanwhile, is under fire for accepting the order as his price for supporting the health care overhaul legislation, which passed on a vote of 219-212.