Sunday, April 3, 2016

Medically necessary help for autism and not abortion

In 2010, Ontario spent at least 70 million dollars on medically unnecessary abortions. (2010 is the last year we have accurate statistics for, because of the Ontario government's Official Abortion Secrecy Policy.)

Now we learn that there are parents with autism, who can't get treatment for their children, and have to pay for the treatment themselves, at great personal cost.
"Antonio and Linda Dimanbro have spent over $40,000 to help their son Anthony, 7, in the absence of provincial funding. They waited over three years for treatment, from Anthony’s diagnosis at the age of two-and-a-half until last year, when a fundraisers and friends and family helped fund his treatment. Kara Onofino and her husband have poured over $60,000 into support for their son Justin, 7 — but she also noted “it’s not fair” to families who can’t afford that."
Does this make any sense at all?

That 70 million could go a long way to helping families suffering from the lack of proper medical care for their children suffering autism, help that is actually medically necessary.

Kathleen Wynne should be ashamed of herself.

1 comment:

  1. Yes she should, but to her and her party, the lot of those selfish and evil people, the handicapped are simply expendable piles of cells and tissues like all the other weak people. They are not earners of money who can fatter their wallets, or their gay friends and their agendas. So why care? Just wait till her buddy Prime Minister Trudeau pushes a likely upcoming euthanasia bill through. Watch it be applied as an excuse to kill them. It won't just be for adults who consciously want to die.