March 9th, 2012
As the Hispanic looking couple approached the slaughterhouse from the alley, Daniel offered them a brochure and free help. The abortion-bound woman calmly said, “OH, MY MEDICAID WILL PAY FOR IT.” She continued to walk by us as Angela offered to adopt her baby. “No, it’s okay,” and she walked up to the doors. Something inside our intestinal fortitude just bristle's with indignation when we hear abortion-bound women brush us off, saying that they are good and they don’t need our free help cause they are going to be reaching in our wallets to pay for their business. These are the Sandra Flukes of our society. They tell us to mind our own business when it comes to birth control, abortifacients, and infanticide, but they expect our taxes to cover their business. They feel “entitled” to our universal wallets. That’s some nerve!
In the news recently, Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown University law student, testified before a House Oversight Committee, advocating the position that all insurance coverage should include contraceptives. In other words: our universal pockets would be forcibly picked to support the questionable behavior of the few.
But, this is nothing new. On numerous occasions in street-side counseling sessions outside the Midwest's largest late-term abortion mill, Hope Clinic, many indigent women have admitted to us their medical card was paying for their abortions. Not just the earmarked 25% allotted through the government in cases of rape, but the full price. Yes, we have come across clients who brazenly admitted their late-term abortions were costly and their medical card would cover it as long as they claimed the pregnancy was a result of rape. All they had to do when filling out their forms was place a mark in the box indicating they had been raped.
So, whether it's before conception or after, we the people are footing the bills for immoral behavior and, to turn around and tell taxpayers to mind their own business when it comes to birth-control and infanticide as they are reaching into our wallets to pay for that business, that’s some nerve. Tell me, where are the lawmakers who are suppose to be looking into the recent spikes in Medicaid paid abortions in Illinois?