Rep. Brian Bilbray was one of the Republicans who voted, unsuccessfully, to override President Bush's veto of government-funded embryonic stem cell research. Ramesh Ponnuru over at National Review Online reports that Bibray's vote broke a promise made to pro-lifers during his recent campaign.
While I wouldn't put such a campaign lie past Bilbray, I do find it hard to believe that any serious pro-life organization or advocate would buy Bilbray's line on embryonic stem cells knowing Bilbray's position on abortion (on-demand with a restriction or two).
I'm sure the National Right to Life organization keeps track of Congressmembers' voting patterns, but I'd be very surprised to find anyone as pro-choice as Bilbray is voting to uphold the Bush veto -- Republican or Democrat.
*UPDATE* I got an e-mail back from Ramesh Ponnuru. According to Ponnuru, Bilbray indicated on a survey to the National Right to Life Committee that he supported President Bush's position on embryonic stem cell research. So, that would make Bilbray a ... politician.