“There is no good reason for taxpayers to be on the hook for someone else’s decisions.”
The Chicago Tribune article titled, GOP tries to foil Governor Rauner Abortion Bill, reports a lawsuit to overturn HB40 to use taxpayer funds to pay for abortions.
In a previous post I stated the intent part of the Bill how to pay for women who could not afford to pay for abortion, they probably could not pay for birth costs either, in my opinion.
Why State workers who probably could pay were included is another issue?
Taboo Question One
Is the reason why no lawmaker sponsors of the Bill, stated that in the long term, that killing an unborn will save Illinois money because the cost to kill the unborn will be less than paying for the birth and most probable later Welfare Payments to support the child after birth?
Taboo Question Two
Now that a legislator question has asked “ why should taxpayers have to be on the hook for other peoples decisions,” who or what Court will answer the legislators question and will it apply to other types of welfare payments?
King Solomon and The Bible Reasons for Welfare and Abortion
“Whoever oppresses a poor man insults his Maker, but he who is generous to the needy honors him.” (Proverb 14:31)
If you are interested, read the Bible 7 top reasons for helping the poor HERE
If interested, read Some Bible Verses About Abortion HERE
Constitution Reasons for Paying
Frankly, I do not know and I am interested in how the Court will answer the legislator.
In My Opinion
The Supreme Court has ruled abortion to be legal. Congress has ruled no Federal taxpayer funds may be used to fund abortions.
However, the Supreme Court will not make any decisions based on religious beliefs about either abortion or welfare..
In a previous post, I stated my opinions about abortion and who should pay. HERE
Do you agree with the Women’s Rights about Abortion?
If so, do you agree that taxpayers in Illinois should pay for abortions?
Do you know “why taxpayers should be on the hook for other people’s decisions?”
Regards and goodwill blogging.
Chicago Tribune HERE
King Solomon, Women’s Rights, Money, Or…. HERE