Hillary Clinton is giving us advice on our maternal health care initiative.
She says "I do not think governments should be involved in making these decisions. It is perfectly legitimate for people to hold their own personal views based on conscience, religion, or any other basis. But I’ve always believed that the government should not intervene in decisions of such intimacy."
"The government should not intervene in decisions of such intimacy?" Hmm...well, the government will be using our tax dollars to pay for these abortions, so who should be involved in making "these decisions" I wonder?
Maybe Ms. Clinton would like to decide for us? Or how about those pro-choicers who think all abortions are medically necessary--even though most are not--meaning that all abortions are paid for, courtesy the Canadian taxpayer?
Oh, I almost forgot. We already decided last week--when our Members of Parliament defeated the Liberal's motion to include abortion in our maternal health initiative.
Perhaps Ms. Clinton should keep her thoughts to herself since we have already decided not to export our sad, publicly-funded, any-time, any-reason, no-reason, abortion philosophy to the poorer nations of the world.