Another One Bites The Dust
Here is the Yahoo News report
Yeah ... he wasn't scared of the Tea Party people or November elections ... , an anti-abortion Democrat targeted for defeat by tea party activists for his crucial role in securing House approval of the , said Friday he would retire from Congress this year.
The nine-term congressman told The Associated Press he could have won re-election and insisted he wasn't being chased from the race by the Tea Party Express, which is holding rallies this week in his northern Michigan district calling for his ouster. Instead, Stupak said he was tired after 18 years in office and wanted to spend more time with his family.
And he's got a bridge to sell you in Brooklyn too!