Friday, July 31, 2009

Do You Want to Pay for Abortion as Health Care?

It sickens me that the Obama Administration is trying to embed policy into our health care system that goes against the moral principles of many Americans. As someone who firmly is against abortion, I do not want to see the government trivialize it further by making it covered by insurance in this way. Those of you who read my blog know that I am really fired up about this issue. It is my opinion that abortion is a kind of slavery in that it attempts to make the unborn human being less-than-human and disposable. I want doctors to stop promoting abortion and confusing patients. I want to live in a country where health care professionals do everything possible to protect human life.

This is interesting. "In his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard compares candy-dish principles to public-policy reality."-


Sandra said...

I totally agree. I love the candy dish analogy. I had to post it on my Facebook page. It's an interesting website, also.

jenX said...

Your passion is inspiring. In the end, this registered Democrat could not reconcile her faith to Obama's track record with abortion while in the Illinois Legislature. Keep your passion out there, Loren. (I always want to call you Dude.) Ha! You make a difference.

Loren Christie said...

Hi Sandra. Jen, You can call me Dude any day if you vote pro-life. In fact I'd dress like a dude if it meant I could sway people on that issue, but I still won't kiss Madonna (singer):)

Putz said...

if i have to take abortion m,oney in a bill to get universal health care and make sure all the kids are protected and can go see a doctor then so be the com,promise...of course i'ss aways vot pro life but this president seems hell bent on abortion moneyand i am hell bent on universal health careand if there is any chance for it at all, i will take it

Putz said...

p.s i kind of like madona the singer and i really like madona the mother of christ

Loren Christie said...

Hi Mr. Putz, Well of course I understand your point of view. I don't want to compromise human rights for health coverage. My family is blessed with the luxury of health coverage, but there was a time earlier in our marriage that we didn't have family coverage. Every American should have health coverage without being forced to universally accept an evil practice like abortion. I think President Obama is horribly wrong in pushing underhanded pro-choice policy and I feel bad that his record on this issue causes me to question his integrity. I want to like him and trust his leadership.

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