Senate version of health care is a spectacularly bad piece of legislation
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The Senate version of health care is a spectacularly bad piece of legislation, and must be opposed for many, many reasons. Here are just some of them: • The government will take over 1/6 of the American economy, and put government bureaucrats between you and your family's health care providers. • It will cost $2.3 trillion over 10 years when fully implemented and dump a huge debt on the shoulders of our children and grandchildren (Senate Budget Committee). • It creates more than 110 new agencies and bureaucracies in the federal government. • It will cut $500 billion from Medicare and $170 billion from Medicare Advantage, resulting in rationed and inferior medical care for senior citizens. • It is "the most pro-abortion single piece of legislation that has ever come to the House floor for a vote" and contains numerous "federal pro-abortion mandates and federal subsidies for abortion" (Doug Johnson, National Right to Life Committee). • It will require taxpayer funding for abortion, and will even require purchasers of private plans to pay a monthly fee to pay for other people's abortions. • It contains no conscience protections for health care providers who do not want to be coerced into performing abortions.
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