The Obama, Pelosi, Reid cabal have been pushing to get ObamaCare rushed in to law before the provisions of the bill become public knowledge. The Administration must know that if the public becomes aware of how pro-death the bill is that there will be a major backlash.
Fortunately, in the internet age new travels fast and bad news travels faster. Word of Section 1233 has already leaked as well as the Dems refusal to exclude abortion coverage from ObamaCare. Abortion is only medically necessary to save life in the most extremely rare cases and therefore, has no place in a "health care" bill.
Looking at what is being included in the various versions of the bill it is not a stretch to conclude that ObamaCare is more about limiting health care as it is about providing it. Including both "end of life" and abortion in the bill provides a very clear picture of where the Administration's priorities lie.
Consider this posted at RedState:
Some terminally ill patients in Oregon who turned to their state for health care were denied treatment and offered doctor-assisted suicide instead, a proposal some experts have called a “chilling” corruption of medical ethics.
Since the spread of his prostate cancer, 53-year-old Randy Stroup of Dexter, Ore., has been in a fight for his life. Uninsured and unable to pay for expensive chemotherapy, he applied to Oregon’s state-run health plan for help.
Lane Individual Practice Association (LIPA), which administers the Oregon Health Plan in Lane County, responded to Stroup’s request with a letter saying the state would not cover Stroup’s pricey treatment, but would pay for the cost of physician-assisted suicide.
Under ObamaCare every American will be subject to this kind of "health care."