Family Research Council

Obamacare's Third Birthday


By Tony Perkins
April 04, 2013

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Obamacare may be older, but it is certainly not wiser. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. Lots of things improve with age, but Obamacare isn't one of them. When the President's law turned three last week, not a whole lot of people were celebrating. Since 2010, the law has been full of broken promises, including the biggest, that Obamacare would protect religious freedom. That flew out the window, the second when President Obama ordered people to pay for abortion drugs, whether they objected to them or not. Three years and fifty lawsuits later, the mandate is so broad that a Bible publisher isn't exempt. Unfortunately for Americans, the law's greatest cost won't be its $2.5 Trillion price tag, but the cost of human life, since it makes every taxpayer unwilling contributors into the abortion of unborn children. Anyone enrolled in an insurance program that covers funding for abortion will be digging into their pockets to help pay for it. That means as long as Obamacare is celebrating birthdays, plenty of innocent babies won't.

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