Friday, February 26, 2010

President Obama's " Plan B"

"Plan B" or the abortion pill, sometimes called the morning after pill, has become a well known and controversial method of abortion.

Walking into yesterday's health care meeting, the President assured a reporter he had a "plan B".

Planned Parenthood's website also features "Plan B" and says it costs between $10 and $70, considerably less than the President's plan.

The Planned Parenthood site also feature's an "Accidents Happen" section which tells you what to do after an accident.

Will the President need a "Plan B"?

President Obama ended yesterday's meeting with a threat.

"If we're unable to resolve differences over health care," he said, "we will move ahead with decisions."

And he added that if voters are unhappy with the results then, "that's what elections are for."

Indeed. We are already preparing for the elections. I'm certain many others are as well.

House Minority Leader, John Boehner R-Ohio, told the President to his face that his new health care bill would indeed allow taxpayer-funding of health plans that cover abortions.

The President essentially brushed him off, saying he was merely repeating the "standard talking points."

Boehner continued pointing out that for 30 years we've had a federal law prohibiting tax payer funding of abortions, but in response, the President declined to respond and accused the Minority Leader of "wasting the group's time."

President Obama's health care bill, as it presently stands in both the House and Senate version, will put $11 Billion of new funding for community health centers, many if not most of them will provide abortions---most will be Planned Parenthood.

One of the great take away lines of the day was Vice-President Biden questioning his own ability to know what Americans think. Apparently his boss does not understand what Americans are thinking either.

The question is what will President Obama do the morning after? Will there have been a malfunction? Will there be a need for emergency measures?

Most feel the President and his team will see that the pro-life people are not going to abandon their beliefs in the sanctity of life, as some have done, which will cause the President to attempt to ram his health care bill through Congress, using reconciliation, with the explanation that both sides are very close, so it's time to move "forward for the people."

Is that dishonesty or ignorance?

And will the people remember that if they don't like it, "that's what elections are for?"

I think they will. They will sip their tea and they will remember. And they will vote.

Fourteen years ago Judge Robert Bork wrote in his book, "Slouching Toward Gomorrah," regarding the rise of secular liberalism or progressiveness and its negative impact on our culture, "An understanding of our problem and the will to resist may be our only hope."

That is the mission of Faith and Freedom, with an expectation that God will intervene in the affairs of our nation, for His purposes, and restore our land.

Thank you for standing with us.

May God help us.

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Gary Randall
President
Faith & Freedom

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2 comments:

  1. I still hope for change even though so far it's been all about Obama. It was good to see John McCain speak up against what they purpose to do to control health care, but the president seemed to think it was all about the last election.

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  2. They keep doing things that encourage abortions.

    Until one values God by proper measure, how shall he value the unborn, the innocent, or life itself?

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