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Topics: Obamacare

Does Obamacare Fund Abortion? Let Us Count the Ways.



When Obamacare was signed into law in March, the President assured Americans that it does not, in any way, shape, or form, fund elective abortions. He even signed an executive order to this effect. The only problem with Obama’s claims, which are being repeated by politicians like Harry Reid and partisan groups like Democrats for Life of America, is that they are not true. The only real abortion restriction in Obamacare was in fact removed …

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Time to Pay an “End-of-Life Visit” to ObamaCare



Today is the six-month anniversary of the passage of President Obama’s signature legislation, what has come to be known as ObamaCare. The White House is feting this semi-anniversary, but few Americans are in a mood to join the celebration. Obama, who can be thin-skinned when people disagree with him, was downright irritated when the early polls showed that a majority of Americans opposed his health care “reform” bill. He criticized the polls as premature, saying …

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What’s Next for the Pro-Life Movement in Health Care Reform?



By twisting the arms of freshman Democrats nearly out of their sockets, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, at the end of the day, managed to eke out passage of HR 3962, her health care reform bill. But her five-vote victory was so narrow that some pundits are now opining that the Senate version of the bill is dead. Don’t count on it. With the President, Pelosi and Reid all pushing for some kind of …

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Bad Dog!



We just put up our newest cartoon showing how ObamaCare is out of touch. Check it out!

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Popcorn: This Little Piggy Goes “Wee Wee Wee” — or Something



If you’re concerned about the proposed government takeover of health care, the President of the United States thinks that you are getting “all wee-wee’d up.” Don’t ask me what it means to be “all wee-wee’d up.” From what I could gather, it’s something that Unreasonable People — you know, pro-lifers, people who cling to guns and religion — do in late August. The press didn’t know what it meant, either, so they asked Robert Gibbs, …

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Infants and Elderly Need Not Apply: ObamaCare Deems Them Not Worth the Money



Many elderly Americans receiving Medicare are alarmed by the so-called “advance care planning consultation” mandated by the health care bill, fearing that they will be visited by government officials who are paid to pressure them to accept a kind of soft euthanasia in lieu of medical treatment. Are their tears overblown? Consider Section 1233 of the bill, HR3200, currently under consideration by the House of Representatives. This specifies that the “advance care planning consultation” “shall …

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Obama to Seniors: Take Two Aspirin and Call Me When You’re Dead



Many elderly Americans receiving Medicare are alarmed by the so-called “advance care planning consultation” mandated by the health care bill, fearing that they will be visited by government officials who are paid to pressure them to accept a kind of soft euthanasia in lieu of medical treatment.  Are their fears overblown?   Consider Section 1233 of the bill, HR3200, currently under consideration by the House of Representatives.  This specifies that the “advance care planning consultation …

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Washington Feels the Wrath of Pro-Life Voters



White House press secretary Robert Gibbs sat squirming on NBC’s Today Show, as NBC anchor Matt Lauer posed uncomfortable questions about Obama’s plan for national health care.  Lauer wanted to know why proponents of Obamacare were met by angry, boo-hiss crowds everywhere they went, instead of by the grateful masses that the White House had expected.   Gibbs blustered that these were rent-a-mobs, conjured up by angry conservative talk-show hosts and Republican activists. Lauer would …

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