Video Proof Of Obama’s Biggest Lie: No Taxpayer Funded Abortions
Obama’s biggest lie ever: No taxpayer-funded abortions
The following article from the Daily Caller, in October of this year, showed how vital is was to defeat Obamacare. As you know, Obama won the election, and Obamacare is now the law of the land. But you also need to know that Obamacare, like everything else that has been hatched in his administration, is nothing but an endless web of lies, deceit and half-truths.
Thats why we present this video for your consideration of Obama promising full and complete taxpayer-funded abortion services to liberals, and then you get to watch his awkward attempts to lie during the presidential debates.
You will notice that during the debates when pressed on the issue of taxpayer-funded abortions, he is unable to look either into the camera or his audience for very long.
From Daily Caller Archives: On March 21, 2010, Congressman Bart Stupak led a small band of pro-life Democrats as the last holdouts on the Obamacare bill. They were taking a principled stand against a provision that allocated federal dollars to subsidize abortions. That clause was supposed to be written out of the bill in a joint committee with the Senate, but Scott Brown’s election in Massachusetts prevented any revision.
Obama vs. Obamacare Funding Abortion
The stakes were huge. If the flawed bill didn’t pass, Obamacare would have to go back to the drawing board, and the president would have nothing to show for more than a year’s worth of effort and political capital.
To win the votes of Stupak’s crew, President Obama issued an executive order which stated that no public funds would be used to pay for abortions. Of course, the executive order was as meaningless then as it is today, but at the time, people believed him. Just 22 months later HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius made the betrayal official when she announced that abortion would be funded by Obamacare, and that members of religious institutions would be forced by law to act against their consciences.
Half of America believes that abortion is immoral. If Obamacare isn’t repealed by a Romney administration, every American taxpayer will be directly funding abortion in 2014.
Obamacare was passed on a lie, both to Bart Stupak and to the American people. The most recent cost estimate for Obamacare’s first decade is $2.6 trillion. That makes Barack Obama’s lie the costliest in American history. source – Daily Caller
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