Thursday, July 24, 2008

Yet Another Way the Federal Government Promotes Planned Parenthood

Dawn Eden has a not-to-be-missed post over on The Dawn Patrol about the promotion of Planned Parenthood (and Planned Parenthood's evil attitudes) on the web site of the USDA's Women, Infants and Children program.

Visit the USDA's WIC Learning Center, the official Web site for the U.S. government's Women, Infants and Children program, and you will find a link to the home page of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

That's because a hefty chunk of the $5 billion in taxpayer funds for the program designed to help feed and provide health care for low-income pregnant women, new moms, and young children go to Margaret Sanger's organization.

Considering that some 61 percent of WIC recipients are nonwhites, the government's efforts to steer them towards Planned Parenthood dovetails neatly with the nation' No. 1 abortion provider's efforts to prevent births in the black and Latino communities.

Granted, the federal money that pays Planned Parenthood to serve WIC clients technically does not go towards abortions. But any money given to Planned Parenthood by the federal government keeps the organization's lights on and its paychecks coming, enabling it to spend its $115 million surplus on expanding its abortion business. And does anyone doubt that Planned Parenthood will attempt to impress upon a pregnant WIC client that it can make her un-pregnant if she wishes? Especially when the client walking into its clinic is greeted with posters like this...

Want to see those posters and learn what other federal government websites link to Planned Parenthood? Then zip on over to Dawn's post right here.

And then zip on over to this page where you'll find the contact information needed to ask your Senators and Congressmen to get on the stick and get Planned Parenthood links off our tax-supported web sites!