What Was On Specter's Mind: Picketed By His Own Kind

NPR's Neal Conan interviewed Sen. Sen. Arlen Specter (D-PA).  Mr. Specter was reflective:

When I voted for the stimulus package, one of just three, and was in position, along with Senator Snowe and Senator Collins, to provide the decisive votes, there was a very strong adverse reaction. There was a resolution filed in state committee to censure me. The state chairman and the national chairman said they didn't know if they could support me. My office was picketed. And it's a tough proposition. I've overcome some challenges before, and I'm working on a game plan.