Abortion Advocates Turn on Each Other in Civil War After Stupak Amendment Vote

Abortion advocates are turning on each other in the wake of the House vote on the Stupak amendment that saw massive abortion funding stripped from the health care bill. Abortion advocates are upset with Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her top lieutenants while grassroots abortion activists are companying about the leadership at Planned Parenthood and NARAL. In the House, the feud saw top pro-abortion lawmaker Rosa DeLauro take on Pelosi, according to a Politico report. Before representing Connecticut, DeLauro was the executive director of the pro-abortion group Emily’s List and she had that single-minded pursuit of the abortion agenda in mind as she took on the Speaker.