The feminists saw to it that this treaty on disabilities includes language in Article 25 that requires countries to "provide persons with disabilities ... free or affordable health care ... including in the area of sexual and reproductive health and population-based health programmes." Wow! Remember that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is on record as stating that the definition of "reproductive health" includes abortion.
After ratification, treaties become part of the "supreme law" of the United States on a par with federal statutes. It's easy to predict that some pro-abortion supremacist judges will rule that this treaty is part of the supreme law of our land, and that includes the abortion provision. Americans may differ about the legality and the scope of abortion rights, but it's unlikely that any of us want those decisions to be made by a UN "committee of experts." This treaty is a broadside attack on parents' rights to raise their own children. It is clear that both the United States and persons with disabilities are much better off relying on U.S. law than on any UN treaty.
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