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Friday, February 10, 2012

Banging the Drum...

I read the following article from ABC.com:

With the White House under fire for its new rule requiring employers including religious organizations to offer health insurance that fully covers birth control coverage, ABC News has learned that later today the White House — possibly President Obama himself — will likely announce an attempt to accommodate these religious groups.
The move, based on state models, will almost certainly not satisfy bishops and other religious leaders since it will preserve the goal of women employees having their birth control fully covered by health insurance.
Sources say it will be respectful of religious beliefs but will not back off from that goal, which many religious leaders oppose since birth control is in violation of their religious beliefs.
White House officials have discussed the state law in Hawaii, where religious groups are allowed to opt out of coverage that includes birth control, as long as employees are given information whether such coverage can be obtained. But this accommodation would not go that far.
This announcement would not go that far. Sources say it will involve health insurance companies helping to provide the coverage, since it’s actually cheaper for these companies to offer the coverage than to not do so, because of unwanted pregnancies and resulting complications.
-Jake Tapper

"Sources say it will involve health insurance companies helping to provide the coverage, since it’s actually cheaper for these companies to offer the coverage than to not do so, because of unwanted pregnancies and resulting complications."
 
So, if abortions are to be "safe, rare, and legal," wouldn't it stand to reason that a RARE procedure wouldn't be a burden to a health insurance company?  Unless, of course, the idea of rare, is that it is rare for the individual, but not for society.  But that isn't how it is sold by advocates.

Logic fail.

Obama will tell you that rare is a societal term and not an individual term.  Which, is in fact, a lie.  Abortions are not rare, nor are they safe.  They are harmful psychologically, sociologically, and medically.  They are not rare.  According to the Guttmacher Insitute, 40% of unintended pregnancies are aborted.  40%!!!  That is a huge number.  And legality is well, dubious.  It is a supreme court decision, not a law....but I digress, because abortion mill doctors will not be prosecuted (very often) for murdering the unborn human person.

What I cannot understand is how Obama can support an industry which panders to black women more than any other.  If 67% of those who are getting abortions are black women, wouldn't it be in his best interest to oppose abortion?

Not if it is the anti-life industry which pays for his campaign.  The biggest wool pulled is on the poor and the black persons.  Interesting that Obama advocates a form of socialism which expects to level the playing field for the poor, but he supports an industry which preys on the poor to control their population.  How does that work again?  It doesn't.

Again, this is a logical failure.  There is nothing logical about eugenics.  Birth control and abortion are eugenics.  The goal of "family planning" is to limit the family.  Unless one goes to a pro-life "family planner," he will not receive any support for having children.

I will close with this...

 Only God is Lord of the life of a man who is not guilty of a crime punishable by death.  The physician has no right to dispose either of the life of the child or of that of the mother and no-one on earth, no individual, no human authority, can give him the right to its destruction.  His office is not to destroy life but to save it.  In the course of the last few decades, the Church has found it necessary to proclaim repeatedly and in all clarity, these fundamental and immutable principles in opposition to certain opinions and methods. -- Ven. Pius XII; Allocution to the Italian Medical-Biological Union of St. Luke, November 12, 1944.
 (source)

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