Thursday, March 4, 2010

Obama to give $11 Billion Extra from Taxpayers to fund abortion in new Healthcare Bill

President Obama and his pro-abortion allies in Congress plan to use the controversial reconciliation process as a last-ditch effort to ram through a health care reform bill that would mandate abortion coverage and government funding of abortion. Obama's healthcare plan directs $11 BILLION EXTRA from TAXPAYERS in new funding to groups like Planned Parenthood America's largest abortion chain that took in over $349,000,000 in tax funding last year while aborting 305,310 babies. Obama is endeavouring to secure the largest expansion of abortion since Roe v. Wade. He is also endeavouring to bailout the abortion industry with TAXPAYER dollars. This is a pay back for the huge financial support from the abortion industry for the Obama presidential election campaign. Join the campaign at Stop The Abortion Mandate to block Obama plans to provide an EXTRA $11 BILLION from TAXPAYERS to fund abortion.
According to Stop The Abortion Mandate
The reconciliation process is being used to bypass the need to get a two-thirds majority in the Senate to pass the bill - following the upset Senate election in Massachusetts which broke the 60-vote stronghold. Under this process, the House would be asked to pass the abortion-laden Senate health care bill (that does NOT include the widely supported Stupak language that bars government funding of abortion.)Then, both the House and Senate would vote for a companion reconciliation measure that would make changes in the first bill to gain the support of more Representatives and the White House.Only 51 votes would be needed to pass the additional reconciliation measure in the Senate.Obama has indicated his desire to sign the abortion-laden health care bill by Easter -- just a few weeks from now. The House of Representatives will vote on the bill first. If it passes there, it would then be signed by President Obama. Finally, it would go to reconciliation for changes to be made -- and where only 51 votes would be needed to pass it in the Senate.

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