It’s easy to see what the pro-abort Congress’ priorities are: more sexually-active teens and more abortions.
The Democratic spending plan cuts total funding for abstinence education by $14.2 million, compared with the previous year.
It also cuts abstinence education funding by $42 million compared to what President Bush had asked for in his last months of office.
The cuts are seen as the first step by abortion advocates in Congress to zero out all abstinence education funds through the Community-Based Abstinence Education (CBAE) program, the Adolescent Family Life Act, and through Title V.
Democrats cut the CBAE budget by 13%, leaving only $95 million to fund national programs to help teenagers make healthy choices for a positive lifestyle.