We both know it, so why do you keep pretending like it somehow wasn't their fault?
Oh it is
their fault. It's also the fault of the 95 democrats who voted against it. There is not a single factual problem with saying that "Of those who voted against it, 58% were R's and 42% were D's." Nothing is dishonest whatsoever about that factual statement.
Let's put it this way. I have one vote. That one vote affects my one congressman. For me, that congressman is one Bart Stupak, a Democrat who, along with 94 other D's, voted against the bill. If I were strongly for (or against) the bill, should I have let my Democratic Rep know? Or should I have just let the Republicans know? And when he voted against it, should I blame him, perhaps by not voting for him, or should I just blame the Republicans on an internet forum?