The American Spectator : The Little Sisters of Limousine Liberalism

The American Spectator : The Little Sisters of Limousine Liberalism.

George Neumayr says Follow the Money, with respect to seeking out the reasons why “Sister Obamacare” Carol Keehan, has supported the Obama shell game, moving financial management of birth control / abortion / sterilization finances to insurance companies, which still includes many self insured Catholic institutions. All of the religiously run institutions will still be paying the cost.

Neumayr notes that being a “Sister of Limousine Liberalism” has its rewards, and gives yearly salaries for a number of individuals who are touting Obamacare, and the birth control/ abortion/ sterilization mandate. Keehan herself pulls down close to a million yearly.

The Catholic Health Association hospitals under her purview also stand to recieve plenty of cash under Obamacare if it is left to continue in its destructive path.

American Life League Unhappy with Sr. Carol Keehan

……..with good reason.  Sister Carol heads up the Catholic Health Care Association (CHA), and she got a really cool pen from Obama for supporting his abortifacient health care plan.

ALL has been digging hard, and found the family tree that ties CHA with the owners of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix, AZ, which is no longer Catholic, for doing an abortion and getting tangled with public funded “family planning” activities.

Check it out.

Reminding Sr. Carol Keehan, that pregnancy with pulmonary hypertension is no longer incompatible with life due to the work of one Dr. Dianne Zwicke.

Could the Bishops’ Statement Influence Sr. Carol Keehan?

Pharmer could make no such positive assumption.

Hot Air » Blog Archive » Catholic bishops send message to faithful: We oppose ObamaCare.

However the Bishops appear to clarify a position against Obamacare, due to the unsavory, death dealing inclusions.

This  too little, too late missive, is in response to Pelosi’s claims that the Bishops supported the wretched health care plan.

Pharmer is not expecting the current pastor to read this statement at Mass, but would convey the pleasant surprise if it happens.

Sr. Carol Keehan Still Lost in the Weeds Regarding Abortive "Health" Care

Obama and Abortion have been so extremely attached for so long,  Pharmer expects Stedmans Medical Dictionary to rename the practice “OBORTION”.

This year,  Sr. Carol Keehan, of the Catholic Health Association,  managed the same kind of lost in the weeds public statement as last year when she praised the (later aborted) appointment of Tom Daschle as HHS secretary.   One can understand some administrative need to get along with the government, but these public statements cause her to appear a bit ridiculous to those who watch the political machinations.

Here’s what the Good Sister put out on December 17th, regarding the unfounded belief that Bob Casey ever shared any serious interests with prolifers, and that the Senate would be concerned with our respect for human life. 

More recently there is a too little, too late, statement that CHA agrees with the recent awakening of the U.S. Conference of Catholic  Bishops that public funding of abortion  and coercing the practice at the religiously run hospitals would be a bad idea.

Recent history has shown us that both the CHA and the USCCB have been willing to pass control of health care to people whom, as a group, are known to:
cheat on their taxes while demanding we pay,
accept bribes,
have association with the untimely deaths of ordinary citizens,
engage in personal practices which most of us find abhorrent,
favor health care rationing
abrogate the conscience rights of health care professionals who choose not to kill humans
favor, fund and obtain abortions
export the latter practice as population control for the “brown people” of the world.

Either the leaders of the CHA and USCCB are insane, or they have had  very short term economic issues in mind when attempting to get along with the slime of Washington DC.  It  is antithetical to good reason to hand over complete control of health care to a horribly corrupt institution, and expect for it to remain mostly  free from  the killing which the institution is known to favor.

Pharmer reminds the CHA and USCCB  that when their health care institutions no longer display any difference from the public institutions, the special social position and private funding which they have obtained will cease to exist.