Thursday, April 29, 2010

Pro-Life Party?

Laurence Vance informs us "that Planned Parenthood received government grants and contracts of $305 million (34%) during fiscal year 2005-2006," a "time we not only had Bush the Republican president but also a Republican majority in Congress" — The Republican Party and Planned Parenthood. "Why wasn’t the Republican Party that concerned about abortion when clinics affiliated with Planned Parenthood performed 264,943 abortions in 2005?"

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Anonymous Steven P. Cornett said...

The more we see the situation, the more apparent it is that the power-mongers who helped create the culture of Death have used their wealth to buy both parties.

This leaves the pro-lifer betrayed the the Republicans and the enemy of the Democrats, and to whom shall he or she go?

It also appears increasingly obvious that the American Republic has completely degenerated into a plutarchy in which the voter or even groups of voter have very little say unless agreed to by the media beforehand.

7:38 PM  
Anonymous love the girls said...

"Why wasn’t the Republican Party that concerned about abortion when clinics affiliated with Planned Parenthood performed 264,943 abortions in 2005?"

Take surgical abortions out of the equation, because that's what they do to justify it.

The question still remains, why wasn't the Republican Party concerned about the rest of Planned Parenthoods services of which virtually all of them are immoral?

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think a little more digging is waranted, before blaiming congress and the pres. of either party.
A look at the annual report shows that the gov grants & contracts are with the affiliats and not with PP fed of AMerica. I am not able to look at many of the affiliates anual reports because of restrictions at work but in looking at a few I am seeing most of the grants and contracts are with state and/or local gov. (Imagine how much they get from all of California).

JamesD

2:09 AM  
Anonymous Steven P. Cornett said...

Anon:

The problem is precisely that the more you dig the more rotten the stench becomes.

Re: LTG,

why wasn't the Republican Party concerned about the rest of Planned Parenthoods services of which virtually all of them are immoral?

I would have to say for the same reason Nixonwasn't concerned about Roe v. Wade when it came out. In his heart, he agreed with the agenda, and didn't care about the harmful effects as long as others suffered them.

In other words, they very people who claim to desire to "fix" the culture of death are the sons of those who made it in the first place.

8:57 AM  
Blogger The Western Confucian said...

"The problem is precisely that the more you dig the more rotten the stench becomes."

Indeed. One need only look at the fact that Ron Paul's Sanctity of Life Act got stuck in committee year after year during GOP control of the executive and both houses of the legislature.

9:04 AM  

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