CHQ - Tea Party rebellion targets Stupak

Tea Party Rebellion Growing After Vote 
Newsmax - "The backlash against healthcare-reform has just begun, but already it's clear that tea party leaders plan to keep fighting.

"Less than 24 hours after the vote, for example, the FireThe219 Web site went live. A blog created by The Nationwide Tea Party Coalition, the site targets the 219 House members who voted for healthcare reform. 'Fire the 219 is dedicated to removing from power all 219 members of Congress who voted to destroy the finest health care system in the world on March 21, 2010, through any and all legal means possible,' the Web site declares.

"Its No. 1 target not surprisingly: [Bart] Stupak."


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