Sunday, January 23, 2011

Obama: "Government should not intrude in private family matters"

Celebrating the anniversary of Row v. Wade, President Obama said, ""Government should not intrude on private family matters."

What is a "private family matter?" 

If a family wanted to allow their children to get drunk or take illegal drugs in the privacy of their own home, the government would not consider that to be a private family matter.

The government doesn't consider spousal abuse to be a private family matter.

When the government allows minors to get abortions without parental consent, haven't they intruded in a private family matter?

When Obamacare requires people to purchase health insurance, haven't they intruded in family matters?

Isn't Michelle Obama's anti-obesity campaign intruding in private family matters?

If a family wanted to kill their newborn child, the government wouldn't consider it to be a private family matter.

So why does President Obama think it is it wrong for government to intrude when people decide to kill their unborn child? 

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