Why are abortions tax-deductible?

Taxpayers are scrambling to get their taxes done, and sadly watching too much of their hard-earned cash being sucked by the behemoth that is the federal government. While trying to make ends meet for their families and searching around for every last deduction, many taxpayers may be shocked to find two things: That Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion vendor, is still getting more than $500 million of government funds every year, even though they have been referred for criminal activity by committees in both the U.S. House and Senate; and, that abortion is tax-deductible.

Taking the abortion tax deduction is part of accepted medical expenses as part of the IRS Publication 502, Medical and Dental Expenses. Out of curiosity, what other kinds of medical expenses can one deduct?

Read the rest of Kristan’s post at the Washington Examiner.