Rep. Bart Stupak, interviewed for a New York Times profile, seemed ambivalent about whether or not a health care bill passes.
“It’s not the end of the world if it goes down,” the article quotes him as saying.
The article also reports that, “He is trying to pass the health care overhaul, he insists, not sabotage it, and predicts that the legislation will ultimately collapse for reasons apart from abortion. But he will be blamed anyway, he is sure.”
The rest of the piece is worth reading, as it deals with the struggles of being a pro-lifer within the Democratic Party.
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