The True Face Of Kathleen Sebelius

In case you have any doubt Kathleen Sebelius is Goebbels.2, you only need to read her shocking (providing anything concerning that woman can still be defined as “shocking”) affirmation about the fact that the more children you abort, the less Obamacare costs.

This is what she said, verbatim:

 “The reduction in the number of pregnancies compensates for cost of contraception,”

Kathleen Sebelius

I do not even know when to start.

Firstly, I was under the illusion the Obama government had tried to persuade us they actually wanted to avoid abortions. I know it is a lie, but this is the lie they went around saying. But this is not what Goebbels.2 says. She says contraception directly translates in a reduction of the number of births, which is an economic benefit.

For the first time in history, a country thinks it good to have less children, because it reduces its healthcare costs.

I must, at this point, humbly apologise to Dr Goebbels. He would have considered such talk inhumane.

Secondly, if one follows Goebbels.2’s logic, several avenues to reduce health care costs open themselves. Try this:

the reduction in the number  of Alzheimer’s disease patients compensates for the costs of euthanasia

This is exactly the same logic, expressed in exactly the same way. 

It doesn’t end here. At the House hearing which originated such brilliant piece of Nazi ideology, one member posed the lady the following question:

 “So you are saying, by not having babies born, we are going to save money on health care?”

Sebelius’ answer was:

“Providing contraception is a critical preventive health benefit for women and for their children.”

Dr Goebbels

Notice she does not answer the question, recurring to the usual way feminists use whenever they are in trouble: throwing the word “women” around. It was interesting, though, to know the aborted children has a health benefit from being aborted, too, which must be what she meant every time the woman who wants to abort does not have children.

This woman is a monster.

Mundabor

Posted on March 4, 2012, in Catholicism and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I got a question for Kathleen and her dumb-ass supporters: Yes, the drop in new births well reduce the cost of healthcare for a little while, but since new taxpayers aren’t going to be entering the job market, who’s going to be picking up the slack in the future?

    • The rich, of course… 😉

      In the world of the liberals, “the rich” are responsible for pretty much everything, and must pay for pretty much everything.

      M

  2. WEll said…..buy you forgot that the Obama Healthcare plan and Ms.Sebelius also think that pregnancy is a disease! Does that mean the next time we throw a baby shower for a new mother we are celebrating her disease?

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