Friday, September 4, 2009


"although that bill says nothing about abortion or reproductive rights, I have read that very carefully. There are nine amendments in the Senate and the House which have attempted to prevent taxpayer funding in that bill.

Rejected Senator Coburn, Senator Hatch, Senator McCloskey and Representatives Spitz and Gingrich. They've all been rejected. You know what the bill does say? And I can cite the page and the number.

There will be no health care until you are born. While that baby is in the mother, we don't count that as a person. I can cite the page and the number. Medicaid and CHIP will only cover, quote, "at the time of birth", close quote.

He never cites it. Anyone know if he's right?

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