Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Planned Parenthood's Newest Chemical Abortion Campaign

From Judie Brown's blog over at the American Life League website comes this take on Planned Parenthood's latest sinister shenanigans.

Well, there they go again! Everytime Planned Parenthood launches another project, it winds up sounding nice but rendering preborn children at risk of death. Their most recent foray is dubbed the "pill patrol" and the purpose is to make sure emergency "contraception" [read abortion] is available in every neighborhood in America. They will make a whole lot of money selling the pills, or if they choose to give them away, then Uncle Sam will most probably underwrite the charity. So money is one reason.

The second reason has a whole to do with Planned Parenthood's ongoing commitment to sex whenever and wherever two people feel so inclined. There are no moral or ethical concerns to trouble anyone's mind as far as Planned Parenthood is concerned, and this latest project proves it.

Many reporters fall into the Planned Parenthood rhetorical trap as well. One report on the Pill Patrol reads, "Pro-life groups such as Concerned Women for America consider emergency contraception an abortifacient because it can prevent a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus."

Hold it! A "fertilized egg" dehumanizes the human being the writer is attempting to discuss and relegates the preborn child to something similar to a grocery store commodity. For heaven's sake, let's get these details worked out.

What the writer should have said was, "It can prevent an embryonic child from implanting in the uterus." By buying into the popular jargon, the reporter is inadvertently playing right into the hands of Planned Parenthood and their not-so-obvious agenda...

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