After being thoroughly reprimanded by the American people in town meetings last summer, in Tea Party events, and most recently in elections in Virginia and the liberal states of Massachusetts and New Jersey, and after the president's charade "bipartisan" summit last week, the Democrat leaders, led by Barack Obama, are arrogantly determined to push through ObamaCare by Easter.
It is ironic that the Democrats have picked the Christian holiday of Easter as their deadline to ram through the most radical pro-abortion bill in American history, which will result in huge increases of abortions all across America, many paid for by American taxpayers.
Indeed, Douglas Johnson, the legislative director for the National Right to Life Committee in "LifeNews.com" said: "Every version of the health care bill has contained multiple pro-abortion mandates and federal subsidies for abortion -- except for the version that was fixed by adoption of the Stupak-Pitts Amendment, over Speaker Pelosi's objections.
"But President Obama and Senator Reid succeeded in keeping that fix out of the Senate bill -- indeed, the Senate produced a final bill that is the most pro-abortion single piece of legislation to reach the floor of either house of Congress since Roe v. Wade."