Monday, September 20, 2010
The Plain Dealer: Ohio anti-abortion Democrats take flak over vote on health care bill, by Sabrina Easton:
Months after backing a controversial health insurance reform bill that critics said might open the door to taxpayer-funded abortions, anti-abortion Democrats in Congress, including three Ohioans, face attack campaigns over their votes.
In Cincinnati last month, International Right to Life Federation founder John C. Willke published a letter in the Cincinnati Enquirer that criticized Rep. Steve Driehaus' vote for the bill. Angry Catholics accosted the congressman at church festivals. The anti-abortion Susan B. Anthony List denounced him at a Fountain Square rally in front of a bus painted with his photo and the words "Sold Out." . . .