Planned Parenthood to the Rescue!!


Go Beth:


Disaster Mongers

Why don’t you click my Amazon Honor System or PayPal tip jar, so I can continue to serve readers in the hurricane-devastated areas with my writing, OK? They’re so needy, and I want to be able to continue blogging FOR THEM. Oh yeah, the rest of you, too, but especially for them. I won’t give that money to the hurricane victims or buy anything with it for them, but I want you to donate to me BECAUSE there ARE hurricane victims who read me. And I have server/bandwidth charges associated with serving them, y’know.

My headline gives it away: yes, we’re talking about Planned Parenthood. They are raising money for hurricane relief. . .but, oh by the way, the money actually goes to their clinics. Beth just skewers them.

So typical of Planned Parenthood. Craven hypocrites.

Beth has the whole story. She got it from Deborah Grilli at Choose Life who says:

I still maintain that they are an anti-child, anti-woman organization. [Yes! Exactly.] And please don’t tell me the women in the shelters need birth control because they’re being raped . . . I think we all know birth control is not the kind of protection they need.

Well said.

You know sending Beth money for her bandwidth (and Deborah too), not such a bad idea. . .


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  1. Planned Parenthood to the Rescue!!

    Planned Parenthood to the Rescue!!

  2. Eric Jaffa says:

    From the Planned Parenthood website:

    As a courtesy to women fleeing Hurricane Katrina, this week Planned Parenthood of Houston and Southeast Texas (PPHSET) health centers will offer one free month of birth control or one free emergency contraception (EC) kit to women with a valid Louisiana or Mississippi driver’s license.

    “There have been a huge number of evacuees who have come to Texas, especially from Louisiana,” says Peter Durkin president and CEO, PPHSET. “Motels are sold out going all the way to San Antonio. We’re offering a free month’s supply of birth control pills and/or emergency contraception if they have either a Mississippi or Louisiana driver’s license. During these calamities, sometimes you don’t bring your pills with you, because you’re trying to get out of there in one piece.”