Issue Obama's ignoring

Monday, November 5, 2012
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

The full 2,000 pages of ObamaCare have yet to be fully unveiled, and that has been an issue in the campaigns leading up to tomorrow's election -- especially for pro-lifers.

Johnson, Doug (NRLC)What is known so far is that ObamaCare will mean the federal government itself will offer a number of insurance plans in every state. Doug Johnson of the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) tells OneNewsNow the details have not been spelled out, "although it's way overdue."

"We believe that all but one of these plans are going to cover abortion on demand. So we will have, we believe, a federal agency directly offering insurance plans that cover abortion on demand in all 50 states," Johnson explains. "But I think the administration wants to withhold that announcement until after the election."

But the pro-lifer feels that represents a big change, as the Office of Personnel Management -- the same agency that handles insurance for ten million federal employees and is forbidden by law from covering abortion -- will negotiate the plans.

"Now the same agency will be offering insurance plans to the whole U.S. population that do cover abortion on demand," the NRLC spokesman details. "So this is another example of how ObamaCare is a sharp break from decades of federal policy on federal subsidies for abortion."

Governors and state administrators have been waiting on the delayed information because time is needed for planning for the changes, which likely will not take place until after the election.

Mitt Romney has vowed to get rid of ObamaCare if he is elected president.

Crutcher, Mark (Life Dynamics)Meanwhile, Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics tells OneNewsNow there is an especially important fact people need to know about Planned Parenthood and its real target.

"We've been the victims of a lie in this country that abortion was legalized in order to advance the cause of women's rights. The reality is that abortion was legalized as an instrument of eugenics and black genocide, and Planned Parenthood continues that today," Crutcher reports. "This is not something that happened 50 years ago or 100 years ago. This is happening as we speak."

Black women make up 12 percent of the population, but reportedly have 37 percent of the abortions. And a Life Dynamics study proves Planned Parenthood clinics are overwhelmingly located in minority neighborhoods. So, Crutcher contends that for anyone who supports Planned Parenthood, "that is no different than supporting the Ku Klux Klan."

"The only difference between the Klan and Planned Parenthood is that Planned Parenthood's a lot slicker, a lot more polished," he compares. "They've got a very Madison Avenue-type approach to their eugenics, but the goal is the same. The Ku Klux Klan could never have dreamed of having the success that Planned Parenthood's having, and on top of that getting a million dollars a day in federal tax dollars."

President Obama strongly supports the abortion giant. Mitt Romney has vowed to defund the organization.

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