…even if his abortion exclusion amendment fails, according to what he said recently in Cheboygan. There were members of the audience who were not happy. So why doesn’t Stupak make a better case for himself. Such as that it’s not a question of the federal government paying for abortions but helping subsidize the purchase of insurance policies that, with the addition of individual’s funds, could pay for abortion? In other words (in the broken record department), health insurance vouchers. Let’s just say, this is not a discussion being carried out on a very sophisticated plane.