Thursday, June 2, 2011

Governer Daniels Will Defy Obama's Orders To Fund Planned Parenthood (Video)

The tolerance of evil is no virtue and the Democrat Party chooses evil over good on a regular basis. The latest example of this is the attempt to force the state of Indiana to fund Planned Parenthood, an organization known for tolerating infanticide, rape and child prostitution. Thankfully Governor Mitch Daniels is will to take a stand against the evil tolerated by Planned Parenthood and defy the Obama Administration's orders. From Life News:
State officials in Indiana say they will defy the decision by the Obama administration asking it to not proceed with implementing a new pro-life state law that would revoke taxpayer funding for the Planned Parenthood abortion business.

Yesterday, the top Medicaid official in the Obama administration denied Indiana’s use of its new state law that would deny millions in taxpayer dollars to the Indiana affiliate of the nation’s largest abortion business.

Governor Mitch Daniels signed the law, which would cut off anywhere from $2 million to $3 million the Planned Parenthood abortion business receives in federal funds via the Indiana government through Medicaid. Daniels said that “any organization affected by this provision can resume receiving taxpayer dollars immediately by ceasing or separating its operations that perform abortions.”

However, the Obama administration told the state it can’t implement the new law, with Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Donald Berwick denying a request to deny funds saying the federal Medicaid law stipulates that states can’t exclude providers based on the services they provide...
It should also be noted that the funds are being spent only that they are going to groups that do not provide abortion, so this Medicare objection by the Obama Administration is a complete deception. From Hot Air Pundit:

This will likely be a court battle going all the way to the Supreme Court. Another reason why we do not want Obama to have another four years and a chance to replace some of the Conservative Justices.