Abortion is almost always elective surgery, so why would anyone expect it to be covered under medical plans?

As for regulations with states who are suspending private insurers from abortion, again, I have to point out that private insurance limits many types of elective surgery.

A prime example is surgery some undergo for obesity. Although obesity is a health risk, many policies will not cover this type of surgery or, if they do, there have to be certain defined parameters met. Just anyone who wants to lose a significant amount of weight cannot run in and get obesity surgery. That’s normal medicine that the abortion industry has somehow managed to evade.

Abortion is elective surgery.

So is a face lift, collagen injection, and a whole lot of other things private insurance restricts. I don’t want to pay more money for my insurance so you can have stuff you don’t need. Are you kidding me? Have you seen insurance rates in this nation lately? They more they cover the more we all pay. Even people who don’t embrace pro-life standards complain about paying what they do for health care.

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  1. What a fantastic post. i never thought about it like that.

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