As I've said before, if you want to know if abortion is included in the Dem's snake oil healthcare bill, all you have to do is watch what Planned Parenthood does. If it's included, they will be silent. BUT, if abortion is excluded, there will be a strong outcry because this organization relies on abortion for its profits.
An email from Life Issues Institute:
"Despite becoming the world’s largest chain of abortion mills, even receiving $350 million of your tax dollars, Planned Parenthood is struggling. They need a bailout, and the Senate is giving it to them.
On Tuesday night, Senate leadership pushed aside the Nelson-Hatch Amendment. The bipartisan proposal would have upheld decades of tradition and policy. Health care plans supported by public dollars would not have paid for abortions — just as they don’t today and haven’t since the 1977 Hyde Amendment. Of course, women could still obtain abortions, but with their own money. Not ours.
But no, instead, the Senate is pushing legislation that not only pays for abortion-on-demand, it also rations care to American citizens and will likely force medical professionals to provide abortion services.
Planned Parenthood is thrilled. Abortions bring in more than 30 percent of their income. Picture a board room of executives, dreaming of the day they convince the government to send our money to their abortion mills. A Planned Parenthood bailout.
We can’t let it happen. So get ready to get loud.
The Senate bill needs the approval of the House before it can become law. The Obama administration will be pressuring the House to accept it with few, if any changes. However, most House members support the idea of keeping tax dollars out of the pockets of abortion mills, so the battle is not over.
The final fight will be in a conference committee, when select members of the House and Senate try to combine the two bills.
What can we do?
Contact your elected officials. Tell them you and 60 percent of other Americans don’t want our taxes to pay for abortions. Remind pro-abortion leaders that they are in the minority."