"You're not going to tell them, are you?"

Inside the so-called mind of a pro-life hypocrite.

“I’ve had several cases over the years in which the anti-abortion patient had rationalized in one way or another that her case was the only exception, but the one that really made an impression was the college senior who was the president of her campus Right-to-Life organization, meaning that she had worked very hard in that organization for several years. As I was completing her procedure, I asked what she planned to do about her high office in the RTL organization. Her response was a wide-eyed, ‘You’re not going to tell them, are you!?’ When assured that I was not, she breathed a sigh of relief, explaining how important that position was to her and how she wouldn’t want this to interfere with it.”

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Tricare

Someone sent me this by email:

Tri Care Standard, the military health insurance paid almost entirely by taxes, covers abortions which are medically necessary to save the life of the mother as determined by her attending physician. Let's see if the GOP has the nerve to try to change this feature of a government health insurance program. If this is good enough for our active duty military and veterans, is should be good enough for all Americans for whom their health insurance may be subsidized by our taxes.

Even more GOP hypocrisy: Do as I say, not as I do

Republican National Committee health care plan (a private insurer - Cigna) covers abortions.

By the way, they had it that way since 1991.

If the Republican National Committee can be trusted to buy abortion coverage from their private insurance plan, why can't regular Americans be allowed to do the very same thing?

Remove the Stupak amendment