Picking up my son at 11 on this President’s Day (the second holiday this month for state and county workers), I heard a long ad sponsored by Planned Parenthood, the chief abortion provider in the USA, attacking newly-elected Congressmen Randy Hultgren and Joe Walsh.
Among the items zeroed out by the U.S. House of Representatives was Planned Parenthood.
As with any organization getting a hefty subsidy, it time to try to get it back.
The man Hultgren beat, Bill Foster, and the woman Walsh defeated, Melissa Bean, both supported abortion until the day of a baby’s birth.
Here’s a letter the political affiliate of Planned Parenthood asks people to send to those who voted for the legislation:
AN OPEN LETTER TO CONGRESS
To the members of the House of Representatives who voted for the Pence Amendment to H.R. 1:
How could you?
How could you betray millions of women — and men, and teens — who rely on Planned Parenthood for basic health care?
How could you condemn countless women in this country to undiagnosed cancer, unintended pregnancies, and untreated illnesses?
Your vote was not only against those who seek care at Planned Parenthood health centers, but against every one of us who has ever sought care there, and against every one of us who knows that when we are healthy, when we are in charge of our lives, we thrive.
It was a vote against me.
I know that when i was talking to a high school class at Cary-Grove about partial birth abortion, it was the boys who most favored abortion.
Not too surprising, if one thinks about it. The boys’ goal from sexual intercourse is not become a father, it’s to have fun.