~ “Going to Planned Parenthood for non-biased counseling is like calling a tobacco store and asking them if you should smoke,” Students for Life of America, February 8
[HT: Andy Moore]
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Planned Parenthood is just another form of the snake in the Garden of Eden.
What a lot of people don’t realize is, it’s not just Planned Parenthood. Most people one would think to be an informed, educated party in regard to the humanity of and nature of the unborn have a financial stake in denying reality for the same reason Planned Parenthood does. Abortion = money.
As on another thread, basic economics: any “service” provider wants to see the demand for their “service” increase. PP provides abortions, so their goal is to increase the demand for abortion. Promiscuity, cheap condoms, and statuatory rape increase demand, while abstinence, adoption, and stable families decrease demand. Sadly this explains PP’s stand on these issues.
Can I quote you?
Thanks Carla, feel free to use any words as I credit the good Lord who gives me anything that is good.
Unwanted pregnancies are often called “inconveniences.” I’d like to ask how you respond to something that is indisputably an inconvenience — the telemarketing call.
The reason is my friend, after a lengthy period of unemployment, was offered his old job. He didn’t like the job because it is — yes, you guessed — telemarketing. He is taking it, at least until he can collect Social Security.
Meh, the same thing could be said for CPC’s and such.
“Reality” — if you mean that CPCs provide biased counseling, well, you’re probably correct. But at least their bias is to save lives, and there is no financial incentive behind it either!
Biased is one thing, misleading is another.
“Biased is one thing, misleading is another”
And outright mischaracterizations and lies are yet something else:
– “heart tones”
– “blob of tissue”
– “no, there’s no law against your 27 year old boyfriend getting you, a 15-year old pregnant”
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