The Obama-Pelosi-Reid machine combined the radicalism of Saul Alinsky, the corruption of Springfield, Illinois, and the machine power politics of Chicago to pass the most contentious new piece of Radical Left legislation in US history.

It is not hard to imagine how much pressure was brought to bear on Congressman Bart Stupak to get him to accept a cynical, phony and possibly unconstitutional executive order on abortion. Very little! His was going to vote with the Chicago Machine from the beginning.

The ruthlessness and radicalism of Bart Stupak, a communal member of the Chicago Machine all along, was revealed most clearly Sunday when he spoke out against a Republican effort to add the very language he had authored earlier for the House Bill preventing taxpayer funding of abortion. 

Meanwhile, Democratic Congressman Alcee Hastings (who, while serving as a federal judge, was impeached and removed from the bench before being elected to the House) eloquently articulated the principles of the process for passing the new Health Care legislation  when on Saturday he proclaimed, “There ain’t no rules here, we’re trying to accomplish something. . . .All this talk about rules. . . .When the deal goes down . . . we make ’em up as we goes along.”

We have to think that it is hard for the American people to believe their leaders on the Left are this bad. Unfortunately, they is.