Callous President Obama Threatens To Veto ‘Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act’

June 18, 2013 1:20 pmViews: 1418

President Obama is against viable babies

In a callous disregard for human life, President Obama has said that he will veto a bill that bans abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy. While the science is clear life begins at conception yet some still question the viability of a baby before 20 weeks, there is absolutely no question that an unborn child past 20 weeks of development is viable. The only reason for President Obama to veto a bill such as this is pander to pro-abortion special interests for their votes.

While we get the typical mind numbed responses from the likes of uber-liberal Debbie Wasserman Schulz tweeting this is an extreme and unprecedented reach into women's lives and, "Women shouldn't have to worry that our government will try to interfere in personal healthcare decisions" she conveniently forgets that government mandated healthcare FORCES everyone to buy a product they might not want. What about those "personal healthcare decisions" Debbie?

When our leaders think a bill to protect the lives of clearly and undeniably viable human babies is extreme, right has become wrong and wrong has become the mantra of fools, fools such as Ms Wassermen Schultz.

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 H.R. 1797 would prohibit an abortion after twenty weeks with the exception of a risk to the mother's life. Scientific evidence has shown that by the 20th week of the pregnancy the unborn child can experience excruciating pain during the abortion process.

Earlier today, Democratic Party Chair Debbie Wasserman Schulz tweeted "The GOP's abortion bill is an extreme, unprecedented reach into women's lives" and "Women shouldn't have to worry that our government will try to interfere in personal healthcare decisions.

The White House issued the following Statement of Administration Policy.

The Administration strongly opposes H.R. 1797, which would unacceptably restrict women's health and reproductive rights and is an assault on a woman's right to choose. Women should be able to make their own choices about their bodies and their health care, and Government should not inject itself into decisions best made between a woman and her doctor.

Forty years ago, the Supreme Court affirmed a woman's constitutional right to privacy, including the right to choose. This bill is a direct challenge to Roe v. Wade and shows contempt for women's health and rights, the role doctors play in their patients' health care decisions, and the Constitution. The Administration is continuing its efforts to reduce unintended pregnancies, expand access to contraception, support maternal and child health, and minimize the need for abortion. At the same time, the Administration is committed to the protection of women's health and reproductive freedom and to supporting women and families in the choices they make.

If the President were presented with this legislation, his senior advisors would recommend that he veto this bill.

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