High court upholds health law with massive abortion funding
by Texas Right to LifeThursday, June 28, 2012
Today, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that Obama’s anti-life healthcare law is constitutional as passed. The federal health care law marks the largest expansion of taxpayer funding of abortion ever legalized in our nation’s history.
“The elderly, the disabled, and the infirm are at risk of being denied medical care due to the rationing provisions of the law; the rationing decisions, known as ‘comparative effectiveness standards’ are based on purely subjective quality of life standards.”
Texas Right to Life has already researched and prepared this legislation for the 2013 legislative session.
While preparations to protect the unborn and pregnant women from the implementation of PPACA are well underway, Texas Right to Life is studying and assessing how to address the dangerous rationing provisions.
Shockingly, all people are at risk of being denied care, particularly the disabled and infirm, whose lives are considered unproductive by those who would make the care decisions.
Graham said, "The assaults on human life at all stages will intensify like never before in our formerly-free nation."
“Any expansion of government-run healthcare like this opens a perfect opportunity for abortion and euthanasia advocates to expand their own agendas. The responsibility of the Pro-Life majority in America to elect Pro-Life leaders is more important now than ever before.”
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