Skip to comments.Congress Expands Abortion Coverage for Women in U.S. Military
Posted on 12/28/2012 10:18:42 PM PST by Olog-hai
Congress, in the pre-Christmas rush, passed a Democrat-sponsored provision that will allow women in the U.S. military to use their health insurance to pay for abortion in cases of rape or incest. Right now, the Defense Department pays for abortion only when the mothers life is at stake.
The expanded abortion coverage is included in the defense authorization bill that is now on its way to President Obama for his anticipated signature.
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.), who introduced the abortion measure, said on Nov. 30in a speech on the Senate floorthat it was unfair to deny military women reproductive health care.
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Murdering babies in the womb is “reproductive health care”. LOL! Shaheen is a real clown.
It’s official. The US military are baby killers. The radical hippies of the sixties who spit on the troops and called them that came to power and made it so.
Baby killers, homo facilitators and Christianity suppressors. Sound like something that God would look kindly upon?
And some people still deceive themselves thinking that God favors this country.
I wonder if there will ever come a day when abortion is mandatory for persons in a particular MOS or promotions within certain units, or for certain type of deployments, or sometimes, during wartime when person power is down and casualties high?
Great Christmas gift from the DIMocRATs...kill the children.
I’m still shocked that when I was in the Army in the 70s the guys that got WACS pregnant along with the women themselves didn’t get at least an Art 15 for compromising gov’t property, liken to a sunburn.
Now the taxpayers, regardless of their moral convictions, are FORCED to pay for the child sacrifice to the god of convenience.
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