Jon Henke at The Next Right:
Sources tell me Republicans will make this vote a campaign issue for Democrats in 2010 (details below).
This puts some of the Democrats in a very difficult position (See Red State for more on that), and some of them are gradually deciding to vote no on the legislation. There is bipartisan resistance to this bill, and Jane Hamsher is doing a good job whipping the vote over at Firedoglake. She has the current whip summary here.
Most importantly, Hamsher notes that "Blue Dogs are scared about what might happen in conservative districts if they cast that vote for a $100 billion European bank bailout."
I can confirm that. Earlier today, I asked a senior Republican campaign operative in Washington, DC about this bill, I was told that, yes, "Republicans will be watching how these Members vote on the War Supplemental", and it "will be a campaign issue" for many Democrats.
I was given a list of names they’re watching closely, as well. Suffice it to say that Congressional Democrats are going to have to sever the elements of this supplemental and vote on them individually, or else they will be handing their opponents some very potent ammunition for 2010.