You Know What the Health Care Debate Really Needed? The Insertion of Abortion Politics!

Am I right or am I right?

Like, OMFGWTFHolyShit what if more people being covered by health insurance means more people will have access to abortion! We’re talking about lives here people! Precious preborn patriots may DIE just so more postborn people can live! Where are your priorities?

Oh yes. Because that is exactly where certain people are at right now in the health care debate:

Kansans for Life sent out a “call to action” today, urging Kansans to contact their legislators and ask them to vote against any anti-life efforts, including easier access to taxpayer-funded abortions.

“This is the abortion-industry’s dream bill,” [Executive Director Mary Kay] Culp told Kansas Liberty.

Kansans for Life
I think some people out there in Kansas are particularly sore right now, now that beloved, and pro-choice, Governor Kathleen Sebelius is Secretary of Health and Human Services, a department that will be quite involved in any health care policy reform.

It’s good to know that “controversial” things like women’s bodily autonomy are still being leveraged to great effect for ever new purposes by the backwards-looking among us. For some people, even hindsight isn’t 20/20.

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One thought on “You Know What the Health Care Debate Really Needed? The Insertion of Abortion Politics!

  1. I had to stop reading about the “abortion debate”. It just makes me pissed off. “No, you can’t have an abortion, but you can’t have quality sex education either…oh and you can’t use birth control….oh and you can’t say no to a man because it is your duty as a woman to have sex with a man…but if you get pregnant tough shit you shouldn’t have had sex…even though it is your duty as a woman to have sex with a man when and where he wants to…” I get sick of their arguments…and I have yet to find one person on the ‘pro-life” side be willing to help a woman or girl give birth to and raise these babies…

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