Here’s some questions to ask your US representatives:
Does the proposed healthcare bill allow distinctions between wanted and unwanted human beings?
Isn’t subjective actions against human beings based on various physical features discrimination?
Clearly, it wouldn’t be reproductive health without a child, and I don’t believe you’re saying pregnancy coverage would be excluded from the bill.
We also know that to some, it’s clearly a baby, while to others – an unwanted fetus (Latin for offspring-child).
You’re asking taxpayers to support paying for violent mortal discrimination against a particular class of innocent human beings.
Do you truly believe in choice?
If so, who are you to tell me and every other American who stands for life that we have no choice when it comes to our tax dollars being used to support predatory, discriminating violence in the form of elective abortion, abortive birth control or any other term you use to avoid describing the destruction of innocent human beings?
Because if you don’t exclusively stand on the principle that the life of each human being is immeasurably valuable, then you must believe each life is of some utilitarian value, meaning subjugation of the weakest by the strongest human beings.
That being the case – where do I and the remainder of your constituents stand in that regard?
And why would we want a representative who doesn’t consider us equal?