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The wrong issue to pursue

Posted by marriageretreats on August 20, 2009 at 4:25 PM


The question of federal funding of abortion is the wrong issue taken up by pro-life activists and it is the wrong issue to pursue.

The very crowd that wants to drive people into the private insurance companies' hands are driving them into private insurance policies that do cover abortion. An abortion cost $300, giving birth costs $3,000. Which procedure would the insurance companies prefer to pay for? And the costs of medical care for the woman and child post birth can cost tens of thousands of dollars over the next few years.

Why all the worry about subsidies funding abortion when nearly all citizens that pay insurance companies for insurance fund abortions! That includes Catholic Orders, Catholic institutions, Catholic business men, and Catholics who work for health insurance companies. The federal funding abortion question seems to me to be mainly an obstruction to divert people into the private funding of abortion and its huge profit potentials!

While there is a hope that the administration sincerely wants to reduce the number of abortions - and doctors of the public health care might advice pregnant mothers about the possibilities to get help to raise their child, private insurers by the very nature of their enterprise are driven with the intention to make their bottom line better, that is to increase the profits and to decrease the expenses - the money which is paid for care - so they are motivated much more to fund abortions that are 100 times less expensive then births (not to speak about the health cost of raising a child).

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4:51 PM on August 20, 2009 
Seems like it is also the wrong dilemma: to save the life of potential babies prolifers help to block health care (and so endanger the life) for millions - among them the babies as soon as they are born and their parents don't have health insurance.
Should be horrible to face such a dilemma.
Fotunately this is a false choice, and if one cares about life will care about it in every form, unborn and born, healthy and sick, rich or poor, living in this country or in other parts of the world.