Peter Singer doesn’t want tax dollars to pay for disabled babies

While pro-life advocates work to remove tax funded abortions, Princeton University bio-ethicist, Peter Singer says he doesn’t want his tax dollars to pay for disabled babies.


In a radio interview in April with WorldNet Daily’s Aaron Klein, Peter Singer argued it is “reasonable” for government or private insurance companies to deny treatment to severely disabled babies.

Singer is both an advocate for abortion as well as infanticide.

On his faculty page, under the heading: The Sanctity of Human Life, Singer openly argues for infanticide:

The video below is from Life Dynamics’ monthly pro-life show Life Talk TV.

According to WND, asked whether he envisions denying treatment to disabled infants to become more common in the U.S. under the new health-care law, Singer replied: “It does happen. Not necessarily because of costs.”

He continued:


Singer later stated, “I don’t want my health insurance premiums to be higher so that infants who can experience zero quality of life can have expensive treatments.”

Not Dead yet petition Peter Singer

Disability Rights groups have called Singer’s views “bigotry” against the disabled and have launched a petition demanding the Princeton University professor resign over his outspoken support for euthanasia and infanticide.

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