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Abortion Is Not Healthcare

August 20, 2009 at 12:04 pm Matt Leave a comment Go to comments

Ken Blackwell notes that taxpayer funded abortion is one more reason why ObamaCare will not pass.

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  • Bradley Cromes
    Matt:

    Where in the bill do Democrats propose to fund abortion with taxpayer dollars? In the leading proposal, there will be two plans: one with abortion coverage, and one without. Taxpayers with moral objections are free to chose the plan which does not cover abortions.

    Please, for the love of all that holy and good, get your facts straight. It's this kind of thought process that brought us the patently false "death panels" argument, and the people deserve a REAL debate base on the facts.
  • The death panel are real, no matter what supposedly non-existent clauses are removed from the ObamaCare legislation. When the cost of services at the margin is zero, demand will be greater than supply, which leads to shortages and rationing- The government will save money by denying service to the elderly and fat people... or give them a "pain pill." I didn't see this comment until I responded to #2- your answer is there.
  • Bradley Cromes
    Another quick clarification:

    The plan that would allow abortions would be funded by private beneficiary funds, and not federal tax dollars. Thus, the bankruptcy of the argument.
  • Always nice to hear from one of Ohio's statist bloggers. Yes, abortion is part of ObamaCare: http://asia.news.yahoo.com/ap/20090805/twl-us-hea... . And I'm sure government controlled hospitals (their takeover is inevitable in this sort of system) will certainly allow doctors to object to the killing unborn babies.
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