**Days later, USCCB president Cardinal Francis George directly disagreed with CHA’s assessment, affirming that the bill’s flaws on life issues are “so fundamental that they vitiate the good that the bill intends to promote.”**
Thank you, Francis Cardinal George.
This comment is welcome and is better than nothing, but it would be even nicer if the good Cardinal would point out other serious humanitarian problems that would come to pass even if the abortion advocacy and funding could be plucked out of the bill. Doctors are going to shrug like Atlas because the wastefulness of government taking over the system makes it difficult or impossible to earn a living wage. Many could do better as veterinarians (did you know a CAT scan for a dog is far easier to acquire in Canada than the same for a human baby?)