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Obamacare architect Gruber boasts that aborting babies has saved the government billions

by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:

The architect of the Affordable Care Act who is the focus of much controversy following a series of admissions that the passage of President Obama’s signature healthcare legislation could only be achieved by lying to the American people published a paper during the Clinton presidency noting that legalizing abortion had saved Uncle Sam $14 billion in assistance to poor mothers and cut the crime rate.

As reported by WorldNetDaily, Jonathan Gruber, an MIT professor of economics — who wrote the paper (see it here[PDF]) with fellow economists Phillip Levine of Wellesley College and Douglas Staiger of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government — “argued… that without the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, ‘marginal children’ would have been born to many poor mothers.”

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3 comments to Obamacare architect Gruber boasts that aborting babies has saved the government billions

  • Eric

    Stupid people, the gift that keeps on giving…

  • Joanne

    Wonder if this Gruber is descended from Hitler’s minion Kurt Gruber.

  • Sergio of the Jungle

    There’s a funny little twist to the logic which follows his premise, that a smaller population equals savings for the government, in terms of payouts in benefits. There are to be greater savings from a cut in benefits through abortions at the top of government as well, by aborting those brain dead spore of the devil currently feeding in that womb of deceit, the White House. It has been impregnated with bastards for too long. Think of the savings, Gruber.
    Can we start clinical proceedings and abort that bastard child; “Democracy”, while we are at it and return to the wholesomeness of our Lawful Republican Constitution?

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