Thread by Salvation.
The current debate over health care is one of those scenarios that might play well in a science-fiction thriller, but must not be allowed to play out on the backs and over the dead bodies of the uninformed. The intent to create a nationalized health-care system appears more and more like a behind-the-scenes project based on government control over who lives and who dies. I might even suggest that nationalized health cares real purpose is to keep feeding the vultures who prey off the culture of death, instead of keeping Americans healthy.
The problem is what is not occurring right now in the public debate. In other words, what remains unstated has many of us extremely concerned. Obamas so-called health-care plan, if implemented, could be the most egregious assault on the dignity of the human person since the Supreme Courts dreadful Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions of 1973. Here are a few specifics. . .
Thread by markomalley.
(CNSNews.com) - Norma McCorvey, the Jane Roe of the infamous 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion on demand in the United States, protested the health-care reform bill on Capitol Hill Tuesday because it proposes federal funding for abortions.
No abortion is to be paid for with tax-funded dollars, McCorvey, now a pro-life activist, told CNSNews.com after the protest. Its against the laws of God. Roe versus Wade is a bad law and Im sorry that I ever did it.
McCorvey, joined dozens of other protestors in the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to speak out against the legislation, which currently involves using taxpayer dollars to fund abortions.
Pelosi was not in her office at the designated time of the protest, but her staff was prepared to meet the protestors when they arrived.
Also among the protestors was Olga Fairfax of National Right to Life and Human Life International. Fairfax said she sees the pro-life movement as her war against the modern-day Holocaust.
Ive been in this war 35 years, Fairfax told CNSNews.com.
The Jews lost probably 5 or 6 million (in the Holocaust during World War II)--horrid--even one Jew is too many killed, she said. But I cant reverse history. I cant go back 60 years, but today I can stop some abortions. . . .