In a typically hysterical post by David Frum, the former George W. Bush speechwriter notes that many women won’t be able to have their abortions paid for through private insurance under Obamacare because of an amendment passed on Saturday before the final vote on H.R. 3962. That is debatable — just as it is still an open question whether the funding restriction will survive the final bill. But if the restrictions on the use of taxpayer money on abortion coverage in private insurance policies stands, Frum says:

That almost certainly will mean no abortion coverage for any exchange-sold policy, whether the individual purchaser herself receives a subsidy or not.

More government = less choice, in every sense of that word “choice.”

Is Frum saying that less abortion is a bad thing?