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Thread: Obama Administration OKs First Tax-Funded Abortions Under Health Care Law

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    Re: Obama Administration OKs First Tax-Funded Abortions Under Health Care Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Objective Voice View Post
    State's rights, ladies and gentlemen. If you're really opposed to abortions for any reason at any level of government, take it up with your State legistlation, not the Fed.
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    Re: Obama Administration OKs First Tax-Funded Abortions Under Health Care Law

    Well, they're gonna hate him even more now 'cause the following proves them wrong for sure:

    From the PolitiFact Q&A on this very issue:

    The 60-page proposal from Pennsylvania outlines what looks like a pretty standard health care plan: It says the plan should include preventive care, physician services, diagnostic testing, hospitalization, mental health services, and prescription medications. It will charge people $283.20 a month for coverage and accept people without access to other coverage, regardless of pre-existing conditions.

    On abortion, the proposal says this: "Includes only abortions and contraceptives that satisfy the requirements of 18 Pa.C.S. § 3204-3206 and 35 P.S. §§10101, 10103-10105. ... Elective abortions are not covered."

    Those statute numbers refer to Pennsylvania's abortion laws
    , where abortion is, for the most part, legal. We looked up the code and it says that abortions may be performed if a doctor determines that "in his best clinical judgment, the abortion is necessary." The only mention the statute makes of forbidding an abortion is when it is "sought solely because of the sex of the unborn child."
    Now, if you read the 60-page proposal, what you'll find on page 14 concerning abortions is the following:

    Abortions:

    Includes only abortions and contraceptives that satisfy the requirements of 18 Pa.C.S. § 3204-3206 and 35 P.S. §§10101, 10103-10105.

    1. Elective abortions are not covered. Services rendered to treat illness or injuries resulting from an elective abortion are covered.
    Exactly what PolitiFact states above. No manipulation, just the truth.

    State's rights...end of story.
    Last edited by Objective Voice; 07-17-10 at 09:10 PM.

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