Etymology: From Stupak (former US Congressman, forced to retire) + English -cide;
Date: March 21, 2010
1 : the act or an instance of ending one's own political career by violating one's sworn oath to protect and defend the Constitution voluntarily and intentionally, in direct contradiction to previously acknowledged and stated constituency desires and interests, especially by a person of years of discretion and of sound mind
2 : one that commits or attempts Stupakide
Voter 1: Sen. Lindsey Graham's continued support of not only Cap & Trade, but amnesty for illegal aliens as well - I can't believe he's intent on committing Stupakide.
Voter 2: I know, man. At least Sen. McCain figured out he had to fake it when that rancher was murdered by illegals because the fence didn't built.