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67% say abortion should not be funded by taxpayers

As some readers know, abortion is the most disgusting, most egregious thing ever thought of by humans. 

So it’s perplexing that here in Canada, all taxpayers pay for abortions through the liberal-left’s grand creation, their government-run, North Korean-style “health care” system.  And progressives in all parties (the you’ve got to be kidding party, the Liberals, the Communist Party, and yes, even the progressive Conservative Party) all mean to keep the status quo, no matter what.  They are absolutely intractable in this regard.  They mock and cajole and marginalize and tongue-lash and browbeat all those who, like me, argue against this moral outrage.  It’s the most important thing to them, ever. 

Poll: Public Funding for Abortions Still ‘Extremely Unpopular’
Friday, January 22, 2010
By Christopher Neefus

( – According to the latest data from the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, 67 percent of registered voters would oppose public funding for abortion under the Obama administration’s health-care reform legislation.

Quinnipiac asked: “Do you support or oppose allowing abortions to be paid for by public funds under a health care reform bill?”

Only 27 percent of respondents said they supported it. Six percent were unsure.

Strikingly, women opposed public funding in slightly greater numbers (68 percent -26 percent) than men (65 percent-29 percent).  …

Hey here’s another article full of facts you’ll never, ever see anywhere in any mainstream media, ever!

56 Percent of Americans Say Abortion is ‘Morally Wrong,’ Poll Finds

( – After 37 years of legalized abortion, 56 percent of all Americans still say it is morally wrong – and 58 percent of those aged 18 to 29 take that position.

The poll was conducted by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion and is the latest in a series of such surveys commissioned by the Knights of Columbus.

“Americans of all ages – and younger people in even greater numbers than their parents – see abortion as something morally wrong,” K of C Supreme Knight Carl Anderson said. “America has turned a corner and is embracing life – and in doing so is embracing a future they – and all of us – can be proud of.”

Anderson told that he wasn’t surprised at the results.

‘Given what polling we’ve done in the past, it’s consistent, so from that standpoint, no, I’m not surprised,” he said. “Medical technologies, like 3-D ultrasound, are revealing so much more clearly the humanity of the unborn child.

“Conversely, a lot of people know women who have had an abortion and have come to realize that it wasn’t really a good experience for her. I think when you think about those dynamics, you’re not surprised.

“On the other hand, when you just look at it on the surface, these are people who have known nothing other than a regime of legal abortion, so you would expect them to be fully supportive of it, but they are not. And that’s a consistent finding over a good period time now,” Anderson said.

The poll asked: “Regardless of whether or not you think it should be legal, do you believe that in general, each one of the following issues is morally acceptable or morally wrong?

—58 percent of those aged 18 to 29 – known as “Millennials”—consider abortion to be “morally wrong.”

—61 percent of Generation X (those 30-44) feel the same way.

—51 percent of Baby Boomers (those aged 45-64) agreed.

—62 percent of the Greatest Generation (those 65+) say it is morally wrong.

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