Gabriel Garnica
Planned Parenthood pathetically scrambling to paint its profit as compassion!
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By Gabriel Garnica
November 10, 2010

As pro-life New Jersey Governor Christie defunds Planned Parenthood arguing and demonstrating that many of its services could be offered by other clinics and federally qualified health centers, we see Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards scrambling to save her cash cow from being slaughtered so her organization can keep on slaughtering innocent, unborn children. Asking for an "emergency donation" to counteract efforts by "dangerous politicians who oppose women's health and the right to choose," Richards adds "That's the frightening reality we face, and it's only going to get worse." Citing this perceived threat to her organization's cushy financial support, Richards has vowed "I promise you this: Planned Parenthood will never stop caring for women, and we will never stop fighting for their rights."

Much of this rhetoric and concern by Richards and her organization stems from efforts to investigate the budgets and services of Planned Parenthood and similar organizations, who claim to be about women's health while actually being more about making a profit from abortion and contraception. If these hypocrites and liars were truly concerned with women's health, they would heed five breast cancer research papers published in 2009-2010 linking abortion and an elevated breast cancer link. Despite these findings, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) has been as slow to respond as it was to the link between cancer and smoking, which it denied until evidence and litigation threats became insurmountable. The truth is, abortion advocates, like tobacco advocates before them, donate millions of dollars to such organizations as the NCI and politicians to further their agenda. Given a choice between slaughtering unborn children and slaughtering their fat paychecks, such organizations and politicians have invariably chosen the former.

These hypocritical murderers grow more pathetic by the minute. They scramble about trying to conceal the fact that their snake oil remedy only brings ultimate suffering and possibly death to those women who buy into their lies. Their despicable claims to care about women are as nauseating as their blatant attempts to hide the truth which only prove their real agenda. If these people truly cared about anyone's health, they would welcome any research efforts to decide these link claims once and for all. Rather, they know that their time is running out, and that America's collective conscience, patience, and focus is turning against their fiendish deception.

Ghandi is quoted as saying that "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." I would like to revise that to read that "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way it values innocent life." By that measure, this nation has sunk to moral depths unseen in its history, and has thus threatened its very existence. We once fought against regimes that promoted, rationalized, defended, and conducted mass murder and genocide of the innocent and still claim to do so, yet here we are tolerating the systematic extermination of innocent unborn children under some twisted guise of " a right to choose" and "women's health" while ignoring evidence suggesting that this evil is harming women physically and emotionally. One is almost moved to accuse this industry of promoting abortion regardless of truth and by whatever means are necessary for the sake of financial, political and social agendas. Such despicable deception, hypocrisy, and arrogance cannot and should not be tolerated in any sane society. It is time that we elect more courageous leaders like Governor Christie who will put an end to this pathetic and heinous charade and those ghouls who would profit from it. It would be truly ironic indeed if the abortion industry is one day aborted by the very same political and social process which has enabled it.

© Gabriel Garnica

 

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