Human Life Is More than a "Distraction"
At National Review Online, Kathryn Jean Lopez writes that "For Barack Obama, apparently, some questions on abortion are . . . undesirable":
... it’s disturbing but not surprising that the president would dismiss questions about abortion and his health-care plan. In an interview with Katie Couric that aired the night before his dud of a prime-time health-care press conference, Obama called such questions a “distraction”: The fate of human lives and dignity are but details to be hashed out and cast aside by politicians in a rush to socialize medicine...
Previous Pro Ecclesia posts on this subject:
Congressman Smith Warns Against Phony ‘Compromise’ on Abortion Mandates in ObamaCare
John Boehner: "Taxpayer-Funded Abortion Is Not Health-Care Reform"
Stop the Abortion Mandate
Dem Says Language Expressly Prohibiting Abortion Funding a Must in Health Care Bill [UPDATED]
Bishops Speak Out on ObamaCare
Apparently, the "Debate" is Over
Dems Propose Fake Pro-Life Bill That Increases Funding For Planned Parenthood
Catholic Politicians Continue to Advance Abortion Lobby Agenda
Pelosi Accused of Muzzling Opposition to Taxpayer-Funded D.C. Abortions
Obama Culture of Death Update™: White House Budget Director "Not Prepared to Rule Out" Publicly Funded Abortion as Part of ObamaCare
Human Events: "Abortion By Any Other Name Is In Health Care Bill"
Democrats for Life Give Boot to Ohio Congressman
Pro-Life Kudos to Michael Sean Winters
Chris Matthews: Obama Double-Crosses Pope; Abortion Coverage Could Jeopardize Health Reform [UPDATED]