Well, missy, it’s a little late for the hind sight, isn’t it?
Via the Weekly Standard:
Former Democratic congresswoman Kathy Dahlkemper, a Catholic from Erie, Pennsylvania, cast a crucial vote in favor of Obamacare in 2010. She lost her seat that November in part because of her controversial support of Obamacare. But Dahlkemper said recently that she would have never voted for the health care bill had she known that the Department of Health and Human Services would require all private insurers, including Catholic charities and hospitals, to provide free coverage of contraception, sterilization procedures, and the “week-after” pill “ella” that can induce early abortions.
“I would have never voted for the final version of the bill if I expected the Obama Administration to force Catholic hospitals and Catholic Colleges and Universities to pay for contraception,” Dahlkemper said in a press release sent out by Democrats for Life in November. “We worked hard to prevent abortion funding in health care and to include clear conscience protections for those with moral objections to abortion and contraceptive devices that cause abortion. I trust that the President will honor the commitment he made to those of us who supported final passage.”
If only there was some way that this useful tool could have known before she voted what was in the bill. I don’t know…maybe something like READ THE FUCKING BILL before you vote on it, you moron.
Instead, you and your idiot Democrat friends fell for Madam Botox’s exhortations that you must “pass the bill to see what’s in the bill…”
Had they actually read the bill (did any of them bother to read it?), it would have quickly dawned on them what a huge crap sandwich it is.
The PJ Tatler adds:
Well, you may have worked hard but you neglected to notice something: That all Obama promises come with an expiration date. That being the case, you can work yourself to the bone and it will do you no good. You had to vote for that bill to find out that oppression of your faith was in it. And to find out that our constitutional freedoms were not.