CHRIS SMITH: Stopping abortion on demand in Obamacare

repost-us-image-13930416A September 2014 report by an independent government watchdog confirmed that Obamacare is replete with abortion on demand and that it is often nearly impossible for consumers to determine whether the plan they are considering includes elective abortion. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) report detailed that over 1,000 Obamacare plans sold for 2014 include abortion on…

Posted: November 21st, 2014 | Author: | Filed under: Abortion, Chris Smith | Tags: , , , | 22 Comments »

22 Comments on “CHRIS SMITH: Stopping abortion on demand in Obamacare”

  1. Just another reason said at 7:37 am on November 21st, 2014:

    I admire this man: steadfast, honest, fighting for children and life. Thank you, Chris.

  2. Jim Granelli said at 9:00 am on November 21st, 2014:

    Here are the facts on Abortion since Roe V. Wade:

    More than 56 MILLION Abortions


    Of those, only 5% are done for rape, incest and health of the mother, which I am sure we can all agree are necessary and right.


    That leaves 95% as abortions of convenience, or birth control

    That’s better than 53,200,000!

    Imagine how many Steve Jobs would have helped the world if just half of them were allowed to be adopted.


    But that’s just a “side bar.” You want an abortion? It is sad that so many abortions happen needlessly, but that is your right under Roe V. Wade; and I doubt it will ever be overturned.

    BUT, if there is a tax payer funded subsidy involved for these Obamacare plans, I for one; along with many, many, MANY others do not want to pay for abortion coverage under these plans.

  3. Tom Stokes said at 9:15 am on November 21st, 2014:

    God Bless Chris Smith for standing up for Life.

    I stand with Chris Smith.

    As a taxpayer, I also resent the absolute lies this President has told, whether on Obamacare, Benghazi, IRS or other scandals.

    Congress should defund this Liar-in-Chief by slashing the White House budget.

  4. one trick pony said at 3:16 pm on November 21st, 2014:

    Abortion is legal because MOST people in the country believe personal choices should not be made by any church or politician.

  5. Fine, said at 5:54 pm on November 21st, 2014:

    as long as the taxpayers don’t have to pay for it!.. we are sick of paying for too many peoples’ “personal choices!”.. you want birth control, you pay for it.. you want an abortion, you pay for it.. you want to get addicted?.. you pay for all the programs to try and get yourself healed- we are constantly paying for too many “personal” choices, that spill over into usually harming/killing, something/someone else!! Sick of the bleeding hearts and all the associated societal costs.. only when the “personal choices” lead to personal responsibilities, will this nation ever have a remote chance of being somewhat normal, again!

  6. Jim Granelli said at 8:44 pm on November 21st, 2014:


    It’s a PERSONAL choice. So, then; why do liberals want to involve tax payers in paying for such things?

    BTW, I’m wondering why Bobbie Sue doesn’t come here trying to rationally explain her “one man band” Scolavino based “Smith has a war on women” campaign.

    The answer?

    There is no rational basis to her flaccid charges.

  7. Why? said at 11:01 pm on November 21st, 2014:

    one reason: votes. And Scolovino was a last-ditch act of desperation- the whole “war on women” is another lib diversion from what they are doing to our liberties, every day.

  8. JRSMITH said at 8:49 am on November 22nd, 2014:

    @jim So you are saying it is correct that people want to get addicted?

  9. Oh, JR, said at 10:18 am on November 22nd, 2014:

    don’t be silly: it is correct that many of us are sick and tired of paying for the mistakes of others: the causes of addictions can be debated: genetic pre-disposition, poor upbringings, peer pressure, whatever: but, unless someone is forcibly made to ingest an addictive substance, most addictions begin with the”personal choice” of getting high, being cool, having “fun.” Then, society, that is, we taxpayers, consistently face the never-ending expenses incurred trying to re-hab them, care for them, feed them, house them, re-train them for jobs, and, sadly, pay to incarcerate them, if and when they commit crimes. We pay to care for their kids, when they can’t get their acts together to be responsible, and the cycle goes on and on: so, anyone who stands for”personal choices,” had better voluntarily up their tax contributions, as there are less and less of us footing the bills, for all the BAD ones!!

  10. JRSMITH said at 10:57 am on November 22nd, 2014:

    You right-wing sad people have no idea what you are talking about when it comes to addiction.Not all addicts come from low income.

  11. @ Jr said at 11:59 am on November 22nd, 2014:

    Tell me, what does addiction have to do with abortion, or is this another way to distract and try and attack the people you call “rightwingers” as if it were an attack buzz word?

    Get back to the subject, and if you don’t have anything to say about it, your point is meaningless.

  12. jrsmith said at 12:56 pm on November 22nd, 2014:

    Read Fine then talk.

  13. @ Jr said at 2:24 pm on November 22nd, 2014:

    Then; I am FINE, with fine.

    “Right on, right on, right on”

    “Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time.”

  14. Inquiring said at 5:53 pm on November 22nd, 2014:

    One more thing.

    Why did you point this question at the one particular person?

    JRSMITH said at 8:49 am on November 22nd, 2014: @jim So you are saying it is correct that people want to get addicted?

    The reason I ask is that it seems Mr. Granelli was on the topic of abortion, ect. I don’t see where he commented at all about drug addiction.

    It seems to this “inquiring mind” that it was a loaded question meant to start your normal crappy attacks on someone, something we’ve seen so many times.

  15. The"personal choice" comment said at 12:15 am on November 24th, 2014:

    by “one trick pony” is what triggered the discussion of what a joke that excuse is: the fact is: billions of our dollars are spent by all levels of government every year, trying to clean up, rehabilitate, or otherwise fix the”personal choices” many people make: abortion, birth control, various addictions that often get out of control and negatively affect society. No one said one has to be poor to get addicted, we said one cause of it can be a poor, meaning bad, upbringing..if that all doesn’t bug you, don’t know what can!

  16. Bob English said at 8:21 am on November 24th, 2014:

    Just a thought, but if you want to reduce the number of abortions and the number of children relying on govt assistance, make sure that lower/moderate income folks have access to birth control even if its thru insurers…..cost a lot less in the long run.

  17. Helene said at 10:03 am on November 24th, 2014:

    Bob, everyone does have access to birth control

  18. Jim Granelli said at 12:19 pm on November 24th, 2014:

    @ Helene

    Thank you.

    That is something the liberals seem to forget. Today, this is mostly about wanting OPM (other people’s money “for those in Rio Linda”) to pay for it.

    Why should I desire my taxes to pay for something that I do not support? Why should I desire to pay for the lack of personal responsibility as in so many unmarried people having unprotected sex.

    Sandra Fluke illustrated the hypocrisy of that when she said she couldn’t afford the money (what, $9 a month or so?) for birth control and then took a $10,000 vacation in Venice.

    Then, she doubled down by loaning her campaign $100,000


    Sorry Progressives. Sorry Sandra Fluke.

    “That dog don’t hunt.”

  19. Bob English said at 3:05 pm on November 24th, 2014:

    I should have said “affordable access”….if its a choice between food for the kids, paying the heating bill or birth control…..well you can guess what might not get purchased.

    Anyone who has a problem with insurance policies covering birth control have a problem with them covering Viagra?

  20. Sancho Panza said at 3:58 pm on November 24th, 2014:

    “Affordable”?????? At Walmart, condoms start at 24 cents each. That means that using five a night runs just over $1. http://www.walmart.com/search/search-ng.do?search_query=Condom&adid=22222222220207784634&wmlspartner=wmtlabs&wl0=b&wl1=s&wl2=c&wl3=33078027198&wl4=&veh=sem

    Not good enough? Here is a $5 coupon from Trojan: http://www.trojancondoms.com/doubleecstasy.aspx?gclid=COj8r5WPlMICFYNufgodGCEATQ

    By the way, the poormouth Sandra Fluke is part of the fabulously wealthy family that created the whole industry for fashionable handbags.

  21. Tom Stokes said at 6:11 pm on November 24th, 2014:

    Bob – Viagara does have other prescribed uses – try researching drugs treating pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) – normal dosage is 3 pills daily (20mg each).

    Also, when prescribed for ED, most insurance policies limit the number of pills per month (3-6).

    Preventing conception is one option; killing an innocent child in the womb is certainly a horrible option.

    Putting it bluntly, you are able to comment either way in this debate solely because your mother chose LIFE for you.

  22. @ Tom Stokes said at 6:55 pm on November 24th, 2014:

    Well Said