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Republican Job Plan, Have More Babies To Promote Job Creation (VIDEO)

This bill is a sweeping piece of legislation that would affect nearly all women in this country and would do significant harm to many, especially those women and families who are struggling to make ends meet. While the bill is cloaked in the language of taxpayer rights and federal appropriations, a close examination of its true impact reveals a mean-spirited attempt to interfere with a woman’s personal decision-making by denying women insurance coverage for abortion care. Every woman deserves coverage for basic health care, including contraception, maternity care and abortion services should she need it.

This legislation reaches far beyond the already troublesome Hyde Amendment, which as you know is an annual appropriations measure that withholds abortion coverage for women enrolled in Medicaid unless their life is endangered by a pregnancy or the pregnancy results from rape or incest. And it reaches beyond the onerous restrictions that were proposed in the Stupak Amendment to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and beyond the restrictions enacted into the ACA by the Nelson Amendments. In addition to all of those harsh measures, it would also virtually eliminate abortion coverage from the private insurance market and deny tax credits to small businesses that want to offer abortion coverage to their employees. Moreover, it would provide exceptions only for rape and incest or for conditions that put a woman in danger of death.

Congress should reject this harmful and overreaching piece of legislation.
But, there's no R war on women?

This is just insane. Just friggen insane.
 

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Obama runs massive deficits
Obama spends over 150 billion more than Bush/Reps on wars
Obama starts new wars and expands old wars
Bush had to end the Iraq war on his set timetable despite Obama trying to keep us there
Obama spies on our allies and all US citizens.
Obama got the country downgraded
Obama divided the country
Obama has more people on food stamps than ever before
Obama has historic welfare usage
Obama has historic black un-employment
Obama managed to be a worse public speaker than mother fucking Bush when he's not reading a script someone else wrote for his ignorant ass
Obama expanded homeland security
Obama expanded the patriot act
Obama failed to close Guantanamo
Obama passed the NDA after claiming he would't
Obama assassinated a US citizen, historic!
Obama plays golf, a lot... LOLz
Obama says "ya'll"
Obama lies so much that most the nation no longer trusts him
Obama is losing the youth
Obama lost 1 million voters in 2012 VS 2008, historic! As no time has either party lost voters outside of Perot. Obama is forcing people to buy a product - can't wait to see where that goes in the future! Obama bailed out the rich Obama blew a near 1 trillion dollar stimulus and then laffed about it "I guess these shovel ready jobs went so shovel ready." Obama got the Government shut down only to days later after it re-opened try and the very thing Republicans were asking to be done due to Obamacare failing, a extension to implement Obamacare..
Obama spies on our allies, destroying our reputation as well… being an ally.
Obama spies on hundreds of millions of Americans despite it being unconstitutional, then lies and tries to cover it up after being caught.


Don't lose focus!
 

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Why don't you think a woman is capable of taking responsibility, physically and financially, for her decisions? Are women really so delicate that they require government or a man to take care of them? Sounds more like women's war on society than the other way around.
 

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Republican Chris Christie was for taxpayer funded abortion and the left wing loved him. Now they hate him because he is a republican who allegedly stopped traffic on the GWB. Killer left wingers have to go back to basics and measure candidates on their willingness to authorize the execution of unborn kids.
 

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Republican Job Plan, Have More Babies To Promote Job Creation (VIDEO)

This bill is a sweeping piece of legislation that would affect nearly all women in this country and would do significant harm to many, especially those women and families who are struggling to make ends meet. While the bill is cloaked in the language of taxpayer rights and federal appropriations, a close examination of its true impact reveals a mean-spirited attempt to interfere with a woman’s personal decision-making by denying women insurance coverage for abortion care. Every woman deserves coverage for basic health care, including contraception, maternity care and abortion services should she need it.

This legislation reaches far beyond the already troublesome Hyde Amendment, which as you know is an annual appropriations measure that withholds abortion coverage for women enrolled in Medicaid unless their life is endangered by a pregnancy or the pregnancy results from rape or incest. And it reaches beyond the onerous restrictions that were proposed in the Stupak Amendment to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and beyond the restrictions enacted into the ACA by the Nelson Amendments. In addition to all of those harsh measures, it would also virtually eliminate abortion coverage from the private insurance market and deny tax credits to small businesses that want to offer abortion coverage to their employees. Moreover, it would provide exceptions only for rape and incest or for conditions that put a woman in danger of death.

Congress should reject this harmful and overreaching piece of legislation.
But, there's no R war on women?

This is just insane. Just friggen insane.
Oh the insanity....that some people don't want to pay for others to kill their unborn children.

Next thing you know people will want to keep criminals locked up in jail rather than letting them free.
 

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Republican Job Plan, Have More Babies To Promote Job Creation (VIDEO)

This bill is a sweeping piece of legislation that would affect nearly all women in this country and would do significant harm to many, especially those women and families who are struggling to make ends meet. While the bill is cloaked in the language of taxpayer rights and federal appropriations, a close examination of its true impact reveals a mean-spirited attempt to interfere with a woman’s personal decision-making by denying women insurance coverage for abortion care. Every woman deserves coverage for basic health care, including contraception, maternity care and abortion services should she need it.

This legislation reaches far beyond the already troublesome Hyde Amendment, which as you know is an annual appropriations measure that withholds abortion coverage for women enrolled in Medicaid unless their life is endangered by a pregnancy or the pregnancy results from rape or incest. And it reaches beyond the onerous restrictions that were proposed in the Stupak Amendment to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and beyond the restrictions enacted into the ACA by the Nelson Amendments. In addition to all of those harsh measures, it would also virtually eliminate abortion coverage from the private insurance market and deny tax credits to small businesses that want to offer abortion coverage to their employees. Moreover, it would provide exceptions only for rape and incest or for conditions that put a woman in danger of death.

Congress should reject this harmful and overreaching piece of legislation.
But, there's no R war on women?

This is just insane. Just friggen insane.
I was unaware that governments create jobs.
 

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Republican Job Plan, Have More Babies To Promote Job Creation (VIDEO)

This bill is a sweeping piece of legislation that would affect nearly all women in this country and would do significant harm to many, especially those women and families who are struggling to make ends meet. While the bill is cloaked in the language of taxpayer rights and federal appropriations, a close examination of its true impact reveals a mean-spirited attempt to interfere with a woman’s personal decision-making by denying women insurance coverage for abortion care. Every woman deserves coverage for basic health care, including contraception, maternity care and abortion services should she need it.

This legislation reaches far beyond the already troublesome Hyde Amendment, which as you know is an annual appropriations measure that withholds abortion coverage for women enrolled in Medicaid unless their life is endangered by a pregnancy or the pregnancy results from rape or incest. And it reaches beyond the onerous restrictions that were proposed in the Stupak Amendment to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and beyond the restrictions enacted into the ACA by the Nelson Amendments. In addition to all of those harsh measures, it would also virtually eliminate abortion coverage from the private insurance market and deny tax credits to small businesses that want to offer abortion coverage to their employees. Moreover, it would provide exceptions only for rape and incest or for conditions that put a woman in danger of death.

Congress should reject this harmful and overreaching piece of legislation.
But, there's no R war on women?

This is just insane. Just friggen insane.
I was unaware that governments create jobs.
Then you should visit your local Republican Club.
 

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dishonest thread alert. it has nothing to do with jobs or a jobs plan
 

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I support abortion. If the GOP was smart, they would support it's greater subsidization, it would cull the future amount of democrats. Subsidizing abortion on demand and restricting immigration would ensure future GOP victory.
 

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