The day before Obama took office, our former President Bush, who had integrity and I believe the best intentions for our country, put into place as one of the last acts of his administration, a policy that protects the conscience rights of American health care workers. In other words, Bush protected people that do not want to participate in anti-life practices and they don’t have to fear legal retribution.
Cue Obama– as he poises himself to rescind the policy that is barely over a month old. Nothing this guy does surprises me. If it’s insane, anti-life, anti-family and horrible for the country, you can probably assume Obama and his cronies are involved.
Am I the only one who thinks that these crazy liberal democrats are making a huge fuss out of the economy and this stimulus bill as a smoke screen to distract America, while they try to pass stuff that will have even more of a negative impact on the country then loosing a few bucks. I don’t mean to sound blas’e about it, but seriously, financially responsible Americans should not be suffering and paying for the poor choices of other irresponsible Americans, corporations and mortgage lenders, etc. But while everyone is worrying about the big financial news stories, Obama’s crew is sneaking incredibly damaging stuff into policy, without anyone even knowing it. The nickname Slick Willy seems to fit.
The proposal to rescind the Bush rule was quietly put forward by the Health and Human Services (HHS) Department today.
An anonymous official from the HHS announced the measure this morning, saying, “We’ve been concerned that the way the Bush rule is written it could make it harder for women to get the care they need.” [
I’ m sure Bush and his camp intentionally wrote the policy that way, and it will in no way make it hard to girls seeking abortions to get them. They’re not fooling anyone.
“It’s as if the president and Congress are trying to outdo each other for the dishonor of who can forward the most extreme anti-life agenda,” said Father Euteneuer. [ick…]
“Like everyone who believes in human dignity, I am tired of these cowards in Congress trying to sneak these destructive, anti-life measures into bills that are supposed to be helping our country emerge from this recession,” said Fr. Euteneuer. “And I’m tired of President Obama’s ‘Choice for me, but not for thee’ hypocrisy. His audacity is not of hope, but of the destruction of freedom and human life.”
Well, if Obama has his way, and it seems he does since he just so happens to unfortunately for America, be the president, then women should have no trouble finding corrupt, pro-life murders to help them satisfy their health care needs. I’m sure the morning after Pill will always be available at state universities and government funded free-clinics around the country, (which incidentially they aren’t free, tehy are funded by your and my tax dollars), and you know they can always count on Planned Parenthood for full abortion services ,as they will continue to murder babies and put mothers’ lives in danger. They are a one-stop anti-life shop.
If a doctor doesn’t want to be associated with those practices, then he should be allowed to run his private practice, and take private insurance from private citizens, any why he chooses. How is it that Obama is trying to take away their freedoms, all under the guise of “making sure women can find health care services…” I’m not buyin’ it… It’s disgusting that our tax dollars are going to rescind moral policies that are good for our country.
Nancy Keenan of the pro-abortion group NARAL said, “We have a long way to go before we fully undo Bush’s anti-choice legacy, but President Obama’s action today is a giant step forward.”
“Today’s action by the Obama administration demonstrates that this president is not going to stand by and let women’s health be placed in jeopardy,” said Cecile Richards, head of the Planned Parenthood Federation.
This falls right in line with the efforts of the GLBT agenda to distort America’s thinking on marriage. They try to convince America that it is a civil rights issue, which it’s not, and these psycho pro-choice-ers are playing the same kind of anti-life distortion game of their own. They are trying to convince Americans that unless every doctor is forced to participate in anti-life practices, then “women wont’ be able to find good health care.” That’s a fallacy.
There are plenty of pro-choice doctors who are willing to murder babies, and since not every woman in America will check her morals and beliefs at the door, and they will obviously not need the abortion and morning after services of said doctors, then there are plenty of corrupt doctors who will provide alleged health care services to those women who are looking for them.
Given the stories I’ve read about women who regret that they have had an abortion and the saddening and damaging effects it has had on their lives, America would be better off to let doctors practice according to their own beliefs. Having moral convictions needs to be celebrated in this country, not punished. What is wrong with our President and those who think he’s great and wonderful? A lack of moral character is a serious issue with the leaders in this country.
Perhaps if we had more doctors worried about the welfare of their patients, rather then just trying to abort as many babies as possible, maybe these women would feel like they could carry a baby to term and give it up for adoption. Planned parenthood and pro-abortion folks are just perpetuation the problem.
Proponents of the rule, however, say its removal will violate the legitimate reservations of millions of American health workers and have condemned Obama for beginning his presidency by pursuing a radically anti-life agenda.
“Any pretense of ‘moderation’ on life issues was long ago dispensed with,” said Fr. Euteneuer. “With the rescinding of the Mexico City Policy, the appointment of dozens of radical anti-life cabinet members and staff, the enormous increase in funding for contraception and irresponsible sex advocacy, and now these grave insults to human life and dignity … one shudders to think what could be next.”