For backdrop, read my previous post on Jay and Mavis Leno's support of the Feminist Majority Foundation.
FRC Action has made it easy.
Fill in your name and zip code, click "send," and NBC's CEO Jeff Zucker will get an email from you protesting the Lenos' planned April 29 fundraiser for FMF, "a radical pro-abortion group that not only advocates for abortion on demand, but also for the closing of pro-life pregnancy centers," aptly explained FRC.
Done.Posted by: Carla at April 14, 2009 10:55 AM
Me 2. Thx Carla!Posted by: Jill Stanek at April 14, 2009 11:12 AM
Mine is sent!!Posted by: AK Krystal at April 14, 2009 11:14 AM
They even want to close pro life pregnancy support centers?Posted by: Joanne at April 14, 2009 11:17 AM
Yes Joanne, because choice is really only about one choice.Posted by: Carla at April 14, 2009 11:25 AM
You are right Carla.
Apparently McCain was on Leno last night. I didnt watch it but was reading about it today. Apparently McCain gave a list of Republican governors he likes, including Mitt Romney who is a former governor, but didnt include Sarah Palin. He even said he had ommitted someone's name.
He also said he wants Barry to succeed.
The only thing one can say for McCain is he continues to vote for pro life.Posted by: Joanne at April 14, 2009 12:09 PM
I was unaware, until looking at their website, that the Feminist Majority Foundation strongly campaigns against Crisis Pregnancy Centers. A Media Advisory issued on November 11, 2008 by the FMF's campus outreach (feministscampus.org) tries to discredit well-intentioned CPC's.
The Dangerous Masquerade of “Crisis Pregnancy Centers”
A new study just released by the Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF) reveals nearly half of college health centers refer students seeking reproductive health care to so-called “crisis pregnancy” or “pregnancy resource” centers. These centers pose as comprehensive health clinics, luring women in with promises of “free” pregnancy tests and “options” counseling for unintended pregnancies.
In reality, many of these centers attempt to coerce and intimidate women out of considering abortion as an option, and prevent women from receiving neutral and comprehensive medical advice.
These claims are unbelievable. Apparently deciding to keep a child is unacceptable in FMF's minds.Posted by: Janet at April 14, 2009 12:34 PM
That is beyond despicable. It is evil. I sent my e-mail!Posted by: Eileen #2 at April 14, 2009 3:39 PM
If I had known Jay Leno supported something like this, I never would have sent him a portrait years ago. I'm disgusted that he would be a part of trying to close down pregnancy centers. It's bad enough supporting abortion- but then to try to take away Pregnancy Centers which actually help women. That is so wrong.
I just sent my email.
I just sent mine, too. I used to Like Jay Leno.
More "pro-choice" people showing they are only pro-choice when we make choices they approve of.
Their motivation? Abortion fits the new federal definition of "cost effective treatment." $200 for an abortion or $10,000 for a live birth.
I am still afraid that mandatory screening is coming too. I heard recently some bozo is proposing mandatory screening of new borns for CF.
Anyone ever see the movie "Gaticca?" Everyone is screened at birth and assigned a life track based on that. If what made today, the view would not be that such screening is inherently evil.