The man who destroyed America

There is one man I can think of who is the moral equivalent of John Roberts: the infinitely despicable former Rep. Bart Stupak, the man who brought us Obamacare.

What I’ve said about Stupak, I say about Roberts: the man deserves to be despised and shunned for the rest of his life.

As I wrote on April 10, 2010:

When, on March 21, 2010, Rep. Bart Stupak—after telling the country repeatedly and in the most unambiguous and solemn terms for months that he would not vote for a health care bill that did not bar federal funding for abortion—turned around and did the very thing he had sworn he would never do, thus providing the votes that allowed the health care bill to pass, I said to a friend that Stupak had tainted himself like no one I had ever seen, that he had cast a shadow over himself that would not be removed in this life, and that he might as well go away and disappear.

Today, a mere nineteen days later, Stupak has announced that he is not running for re-election.

You, Mr. Stupak, will gone from Congress by next year. But your name will live in infamy.

UPDATE: Below are the first 59 comments about it at The L-dotters views’ are similar to my own. For example:

His name will forever be a hissing in the dark. (Reply 49)

May he never know a day of peace for the rest of his life. (Reply 50)

[End of excerpt from 2010 entry.]

The same applies to John Roberts: Woe to you, Chief Justice! May you never know a day of peace for the remainder of your earthly existence.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 02, 2012 06:04 PM | Send

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