For April 15 tax filing, the IRS confirmed that abortion, a.k.a. murder, is tax deductible, so I thought heck, let’s get euthanasia approved, too.
That way all the old people who no longer contribute to society would be spared the downward spiral in their quality of life. And middle-aged people with elderly parents who just keep hanging on would be spared the hassle of visiting them and trying to find things to talk about. They wouldn’t have to smell old folks home smell. Besides, it’s kind of disrespectful of the aged to linger past their usefulness, don’t you think? Medicare, medicaid and social security would get a break if all that dead weight were unloaded. Wonderful.
Ludicrous you say? Of course.
Back to tax deductible abortion. If birth control coverage (meaning preventing conception) is required, isn’t that enough? Why have a monetary incentive for failing to prevent conception? It’s kind of like the government paying to have yield signs, speed bumps, stop signs, traffic signals and police operating in your home town, and then expecting the municipality to pay for damages after you ignore all the warnings, speed through a school zone, and kill a kindergartener in a crosswalk. The child is minding his own business in the safety of a protected space, and blam! a self-serving, defiant motorist [mother] selfishly and recklessly yanks the life of an innocent . . . and gets a percentage off taxes to boot!
Hat Tip: The Gateway Pundit
The Obama IRS confirmed today that abortions are now tax deductible.
Life News reported:
Here’s something from the “Did you know that?” category. Did you know that abortions are apparently eligible for a tax deduction? That appears to be true, so says the IRS.irs
From the Washington Examiner, in a list of odd tax deductions:
Have an abortion, get a tax deduction! How strange that pro-abortion advocates aren’t using this as a selling point. Hmmm.
Oh, and while they hyperventilate over Hobby Lobby not wanting to provide every type of birth control without a co-pay, it turns out that birth control pills can be deducted if prescribed by a doctor.
Also, you can deduct the purchase of pregnancy test kits and vasectomies.
So what does the IRS say about deducting the cost of killing your child?
“You can include in medical expenses the amount you pay for a legal abortion,” it says.
If you’re going to kill your baby, do the crime on your own dime. You’re going to pay later, too.