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NEW OBAMA PROPOSALS WOULD MAKE SENATE HEALTH BILL MORE PRO-ABORTION

The following statement may be attributed to Douglas Johnson, legislative director for the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), the federation of right-to-life affiliates in all 50 states.

Any member of Congress who votes for the final legislation proposed by President Obama will be voting for direct federal funding of elective abortion through Community Health Centers, and also an array of other pro-abortion federal subsidies and mandates.

None of President Obama’s proposed changes diminish any of the sweeping pro-abortion problems in the Senate bill, and he actually proposes to increase the funds that would be available to directly subsidize abortion procedures (through Community Health Centers) and to subsidize private health insurance that covers abortion (through the premium-subsidy tax credits program).
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Contact your Congressman and Senators Bond and McCaskill. Tell them that you are opposed to any health care bills or new proposals that fund abortion or ration health care to seniors. Click here for contact information.

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1 Comment

  1. Man… guys, our democracy don’t seem to seems to work so well at this time. Sometimes i wonder if european or communist countries are laughing at us. We are starting to become like a 3rd world country lately !

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