Thursday, August 6, 2009

Government Insurance Program To Include Abortion

WASHINGTON - Health care legislation before Congress would allow a new government-sponsored insurance plan to cover abortions, a decision that would affect millions of women and recast federal policy on the divisive issue.

Federal funds for abortions are now restricted to cases involving rape, incest, or danger to the life of the mother. Abortion opponents say those restrictions should carry over to any health insurance sold through a new marketplace envisioned under the legislation, an exchange where people would choose private coverage or the public plan.

Abortion rights supporters say that would have the effect of denying coverage for abortion to millions of women who now have it through workplace insurance and are expected to join the exchange.
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Anything to get more abortions, right? Well, yeah, for those who control Congress, that is the aim. Naturally people are going to take the easy road out and take the public plan because it doesn't require pay into it, yet it takes more taxes on top of what is already being proposed to be spent to continue providing such insurance.

Just doesn't seem right, does it? Let's ensure that babies die. Yes, let's make sure that babies die.

Why do baby murdering advocates worry about whether women will receive coverage or not? They aren't concerned about them anyway when they teach them that abortion is a safe alternative to abstinence. Planned Parenthood already steals multi-millions from the American people to cover the murder of unborn children.

Government sponsored insurance is just another way to disguise abortion as a "praise worthy" initiative, something to be "proud of."

The best thing that could happen to this country right now is that people come to a realization that they are in trouble if they do not get the current administration in control of Washington out of power.

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