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Thursday, April 13, 2017

States no longer have to fund abortions

The federal government no longer will force states to fund abortions by Planned Parenthood. President Trump signed into law the bill lifting the ban.

The money had gone to Planned Parenthood under the guise of funding women's health care, but women's health care is an Orwellian phrase for killing babies in the womb.

From the anti-abortion Life News site:
Susan B. Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser will be at the bill signing and talked with about it.
“This week the pro-life movement had two huge victories: first, the swearing-in of Justice Gorsuch and now, President Trump will undo former President Obama’s parting gift to the abortion industry. The resolution signed today simply ensures that states are not forced to fund an abortion business with taxpayer dollars. Rather, states have the option to spend Title X money on comprehensive health care clinics that better serve women and girls,” she said.
“We thank President Trump, Vice President Pence, who cast the tie breaking vote last month, as well as the women who led this effort in Congress, Rep. Diane Black and Sen. Joni Ernst. Prioritizing funding away from Planned Parenthood to comprehensive health care alternatives is a winning issue. We expect to see Congress continue its efforts to redirect additional taxpayer funding away from Planned Parenthood through pro-life health care reform after the spring recess,” she added.
From the pro-abortion CNN site:
"(Women's) worst fears are now coming true. We are facing the worst political attack on women's health in a generation as lawmakers have spent the past three months trading away women's health and rights at every turn," Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of Planned Parenthood, said in a statement.
Planned Parenthood raises millions each year for the Democratic Party and its candidates.

That money is a kickback to Democrats worth billions in abortion funding to Planned Parenthood. We make states pay for largely imaginary services such as telling a woman where she can go for a mammogram.

I predict a court challenge, which will lead to an interesting Rube Goldberg-style decision to keep the funding. Lord knows Planned Parenthood helped install enough federal judges in the system just for such an occasion. But credit Trump for trying, and the retirements of Kennedy, Ginsburg and Breyer would seal the deal by appointing judges who realize abortion is a terrible sin by our country.

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  1. How many Republican presidents have we had since 1973? I forget.

  2. Five. This particular rile however is on Obama, as he tightened the screws. Now, no more screws

  3. Local communities should now be able to impose criteria on grant recipients that evaluate the comprehensiveness of the health services such providers offer women. Some PP facilities may meet those criteria and will therefore qualify for further funding. But I'm willing to bet, based on the various video exposes I've seen, that a good many PP clinics around the country concentrate so heavily on abortion services alone---to the exclusion of most other health services---they will not be able to qualify for grants. Which is a good thing.

  4. Trump, one step at a time, is marching on to victory against the Lleft.

  5. And there are STILL some neocons who think Trump is a Liberal in sheep's clothing. Ha! And Ha Ha!