Friday, May 14, 2010

ObamaCare Today: Democrats unveil National Abortion Database (NAD) to track all terminated pregnancies in the United States

One of the lesser known aspects of the Democrats' massive new health care bill is its mandate for a national health care database. requires doctors to record patients' treatments in an electronic medical database and monitors doctors' decisions. Dr. David Blumenthal, the Obama administration's National Coordinator of Health Information Technology, explained in the New England Journal of Medicine last April that "embedded clinical decision support" — his euphemism for computers telling doctors what to do — will manage the quality of doctors' decisions.

ObamaCare dictates that every detail for every patient is recorded and maintained in a super-secure government database, which literally has zero chance of ever being compromised.

Feminists, who shouted "hands off my uterus" during the sixties' pro-abort demonstrations, are beginning to realize what the national health care database means.

Put simply, Democrats have put in place the mechanism for a National Abortion Database (NAD) to track all terminated pregnancies in the country.

But not to worry: the government is quite skilled at protecting personal information and would never, ever use that sort of personal information for political ends.

In fact, I hear rumors that NAD will be stored on a super-secure USB flash drive at the White House itself, where Rahm Emanuel will personally oversee security.

1 comment:

The MUSEman said...

FYI: Abortions are already tracked, have been since 1969 - they just aren't tracked after (I believe) the 20th week of pregnancy:

What surprises me is that some women are only now figuring it out - one might think that NOW, Planned Parenthood, et al might have gotten the word out before the rush to ObamaCare.

Thanks for reading!