HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Twenty-nine years into his U.S. Senate career, Arlen Specter cast what he calls his most difficult vote -- a "yes" on the $787 billion economic stimulus bill that made him the only Republican facing re-election in 2010 to support it. Now, with GOP anger still simmering, Specter is under pressure to buck the party again and support "card check" legislation to make it easier for workers to form unions.
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If Specter does this I think we need to force him out of the Republican Party. I'd like to do it now. I hope the RNC works to find and support a strong Republican candidate to run against him.