Wednesday, December 30, 2009

What happens to U.S. Senators who sell their souls?

Ask Ben Nelson (D-Nebraska) who gave Harry Reid and Barack Obama the 60th vote they needed to pass Obamacare through the Senate on Christmas Eve in exchange for his thirty pieces of silver.  

Nelson, who was elected in 2006 with a 64% majority.  Since his vote on healthcare "reform,"  Nelson garners only 30% support in the latest Rasmussen Poll - 31 points behind his likely GOP rival, governor Dave Heineman.  (Link here.)  

As Rasmussen puts it . . . "the good news . . . is that he doesn't have to face Nebraska voters until 2012.  That's bad news for the rest of us, though.

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