Rep. Omar should see this, From Harvard Law 6/2017 - Constitutionally the unborn is a PERSON.
Mainly Democrat Party controlled states are changing what the legal definition of PERSON is. They had to do that to instate their new late-term abortion law. But the Dem’s don’t want us to look any further than that. Why?
The Dems were all over the Governor of VA from the radio show which revealed that he has put a spin on his Hippocratic Oath. This is of great consequence, along with when a person is deemed, well, a PERSON.
The “WHY” of it all…
The main thrust of the 2020 Presidential election is one that the Democratic Party is defining “Medicare of All”. Apart for the outcry over a system we have, from our own pay, contributed to, they use this and more to obfuscate what rights the government of the US will relieve every person of.
First up - No Private Insurance. So many are already asking “WHY”?
Next up - Those folks in nations with socialized medicine and with more than enough funds to do so, have created a need, and the Medical Industry is responding to it. Resort type hospitals have sprung-up worldwide to fill a need for those who need specialized care but cannot get it under socialized medicine. They reside in resort areas and islands. And they are thriving. Again, Why would socialized medicine not have these procedures within their home nations and under their purview?
Ever wonder WHY we had to get to know what was in the ACA after it was voted in?
In order to have any kind of socialized healthcare as in Medicare for All, the government must have the ability to make determinations about your health. They use medical professionals who work for the government, and use factors such as risk and cost to make their determinations. What does this mean? It mans the Government has to be able to make life and death decisions regarding your healthcare. From the time before one is born, until what becomes one’s last breath, they must make determinations which effect not only life and death issues, but quality of care available.
An example might be the approval of a hip-replacement surgery granted for the same conditions in a younger person and declined in an older person. Cost effectiveness is a factor. So are considerations if a person is healthy enough to survive the procedure.
Think back to the British couple with their baby, Alfie Evans, who was offered life saving new treatment by the doctor who developed it. British doctors refused to operate on Alfie, but another doctor had developed a new operation that has been successful. Not only did the British prohibit this, but they stopped, for a brief time in Alfie’s brief life, allowing parents to see him. They decided Alfie could not leave for the treatment. Even after the court case, which did not allow the parents to remove Alfie from England for the treatment. This decision,not for Alfie’s life, who had nothing left to lose, but for legal and governmental reasons.
Every American citizen should know that is what is at stake hidden in the late-term, and after delivery deaths. No longer is everything possible being done to save life. If “Medicare for All” is ushered into this nation, this is what we will contend with.
I, for one, would not want the government to own the rights to my life.
How about you?