Last week, the Senate’s newest Democrat, Arlen Specter voted against protecting Pennsylvanians from losing their homes. In other words, he voted “no” on S.896 which would prevent mortgage foreclosures and preserve home values. The banks own Senator Specter because he votes in their best interest and not the best interest of his constituents.
When it comes to health care, Pennsylvanians will be on their own because Senator Specter also stated that he would not support a publicly funded health care plan. What he neglected to say was that he would still be keeping his publicly funded health care plan. Listen to what Senator Specter had to say on “Meet the Press“.
If Senator Specter continues to vote with the Republicans and expects to get the support of the Pennsylvania State Democratic Party, he may be in for a big surprise next year. The Democratic Committee people in Pennsylvania want a REAL Democrat on the ticket and not a DINO.
Arlen Specter only cares about getting re-elected. He will always vote with the Republicans and vote against the best interest of our nation.
And then there is Senator’s view on the Supreme Court.
Remember how Arlen Specter treated Anita Hill.
Listen to Specter’s view on the Republican Party. He misses “Reagan”.
Don’t let Specter’s “switch” fool you. He is still a Republican at heart and he will not be supporting President Obama’s agenda and the American people’s desire for change. It will be the “same old wine, but a brand new bottle” with Specter.
Democrats, say “NO” to Arlen Specter.
UPDATE: Specter first told President Obama that he would be a loyal Democrat and then he denied he said that today on “Meet the Press“.
2 replies on “Democrats, Say “No” to Senator Specter”
Thank you for posting this. I’m actually hoping PA Dems throw him over. I’m sure there will be great Dems to challenge him in the primary.
Work it Cats. You’re there on the frontlines. Make sure Rendell and others know he is not acceptable for winning the seat.
Hey Bruce – we will let Rendell know that Specter is not acceptable.