CHA starts to get its rewards

March 23, 2010

Catholic Vote Action, is reporting via National Review Online, that Sr. Carol Keehan is going to receive a great reward for her unfailing support of President Obama’s health insurance takeover.  She’s going to get one of the 20 pens the President uses to sign this disaster into law.  Great!  My insurance will go from costing my family about $3500 per year to about $10,000, and she gets a presidential pen!  That’s an awesome trade!

This is just the beginning.  Look for hospitals and health organizations represented by CHA to rake in billions in federal grants and outlays over the ensuring months and years.  Obama does know how to reward his allies.  And when the federal government demands that these hospitals perform abortion in accord with the law and the funding they have received, what then?  I’m sure Sr. Carol will tell us that it really doesn’t matter, that the real pro-life position involves providing all forms of ‘health care’, and that we “pro-lifers” only care about the baby until it is born, and not at all about the poor, suffering mothers.  Once you start down the slope, it gets harder and harder to stop.


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