Not only is this sick, but it’s ridiculous, as well.
Planned Parenthood and the twisted harridans that support them are planning a love letter writing campaign, to encourage pro-abortion lawmakers.
— Planned Parenthood Generation Action (@PPGenAction) February 6, 2017
I don’t know if this is more ghoulish or just ignorant.
Maybe it’s a whole lot of both.
The act of abortion is not symbolic of love, maturity, or even personal responsibility. It is, in fact, the exact opposite, steeped deeply in selfishness, and irresponsibility.
For whatever Planned Parenthood and its supporters claim, they are not a “women’s healthcare provider,” nor does abortion count as healthcare.
They like to bill themselves as an all-purpose center for women’s health issues, but that’s just not true. Abortion is their bread-and-butter.
“We don’t want to commit taxpayer funding for abortion, and Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion provider,” stated House Speaker Paul Ryan in a recent CNN town hall meeting.
“You don’t have these controversies by funding health centers,” Ryan continued, referencing the goal of Republicans to reallocate Planned Parenthood funding to thousands of federally-qualified community health centers where women can find more comprehensive healthcare.
Which makes sense.
Every community has a community health center in relatively close proximity, and they provide all the same services as Planned Parenthood, except abortion.
Considering PP’s CEO, Cecile Richards is paid around $1 million a year, mainly out of the pockets of taxpayers, the motive behind the push to keep their infanticide factory on the government dole begins to become clearer.
“Planned Parenthood masquerades as a primary health care organization, when they are actually an abortion corporation whose market share of reported abortions exceeds 34 percent of the national market share,” Live Action News reported.
“Shockingly, at one time, Planned Parenthood suggested in their annual report for fiscal year 1996-1997 that prenatal care was the organization’s fastest growing area,” the report continued.
“But Planned Parenthood’s short-lived initiative to ‘implement a comprehensive prenatal care model’ appears to have failed,” Live Action News stated. “The truth is that abortion has always been Planned Parenthood’s focus, which might explain why this once ‘fastest growing service’ dropped nearly 44 percent from 2010 to 2014.”
The investigators found that only five of the 97 Planned Parenthood facilities they contacted across the United States provided prenatal care; the rest turned them away.
Because they don’t serve the full range of actual women’s healthcare, and if you’re there to sustain unborn life, you’re in the wrong place.
Maybe those who value life should mimic the idea of the reprobates that want to write love letters to senators who support infanticide, and write “Thank you” notes to those senators who are fighting to get Planned Parenthood out of the pockets of taxpayers, as well as celebrating all life, whether born or in the womb.