President Obama used 20 pens to sign the health care bill into law. Guess who gets #20? Well, nothing says "dissent" quite like a pro-abort "supposed to be" nun who misleads others into supporting abortion.
Sr. Keehan receives Presidential pen for supporting health care against Bishops' decision
Sister Carol Kehaan, President of the Catholic Health Association, has been awarded with one of the 20 pens used by President Barak Obama on Tuesday to sign the health care bill.
It is a presidential tradition to give out the pen used to sign the bill to lawmakers and proponents who have played a key role in any piece of major legislation.
“I have got to use every pen, so it’s going to take a long time,” said President Obama during the ceremony held at the White House's East Room.
Sister Kehaan, who strongly supported the controversial health care bill despite the opposition of the US Bishops, was joined in receiving presidential pens by some of the most strongly pro-abortion members of the Congress and the Senate: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid; Senator Dick Durbin, majority whip; Max Baucus, chairman of the Finance Committee; Senators Tom Harkin and Christopher Dodd; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Majority Leader Steny Hoyer; James Clyburn, majority whip; George Miller, chairman of the Education committee; Henry Waxman, chairman of Energy and Commerce; Sander Levin, chairman of the Ways and Means Committee; John Dingell; and Charles Rangel, former chairman of the Ways and Means Committee.