Planned Parenthood's "Choice on Earth" Christmas cards are back for a fourth year, once again drawing criticism from pro-life groups, which call the alteration of familiar biblical text sacrilegious.
"One would think the highly paid Planned Parenthood leadership would have received the message last year when they faced strong censure for selling these profane cards," said Douglas R. Scott, president of Life Decisions International.
"They are either slow learners or just plain anti-Christian," he declared....
Engineer I guess it should'nt be to surprising when the majority of this country believes that there great grandparents were rocks.
That is ultimatly what lead hitler who was an evolutionist to slaughter millions of Jews. How is abortion any different then what Hitler did? And then these freak of nature baby killers want donations for this?
It makes me look at God in such amazement that his patience, love and grace are beyond human comprehension.
RV: more recent expose: Planned Parenthood conceals rape of 11-year-old and brags about it on web site
NOTE: The letter in question was posted on the Planned Parenthood Golden Gate web site at: http://www.ppgg.org/action/stories.asp?ID=15
this page archived (in case they try to take it down after being exposed) at: http://www.christian-underground.com/images/pph/pph_11yold_story.gif
"People may be skeptical when pro-life groups accuse Planned Parenthood of violating the law and protecting rapists," said Jim Sedlak, executive director of American Life League's STOPP International. "However, when Planned Parenthood itself seems to brag, on one of its official web sites, about doing just that, it is time law enforcement agencies in every state address the situation."
In the "Shared Stories" section of the Planned Parenthood Golden Gate web site, the group published a letter in which a young girl praises Planned Parenthood for not telling her parents that she was raped by her 17-year-old boyfriend when she was just 11 years old. Neither the letter itself nor Planned Parenthood made any mention of Planned Parenthood alerting law enforcement to this sexual abuse of an 11-year-old child. A widespread practice of protecting rapists at Planned Barenhood
Dr. Janet Daling is a cancer researcher at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and the University of Washington. Dr. Daling is self-described as 'pro-choice'. On 2 November 1994 Dr. Daling and fellow researchers published an article in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (pp. 1584-1592) concerning induced abortion and breast cancer risk for premenopausal women. Some key findings:
Women under age 18 who had an induced abortion have an increased breast cancer risk of 150%.
Women of age 30 and above who aborted a first pregnancy increase their breast cancer risk by 110%.
Overall, women who have an induced abortion have an increased breast cancer risk of 50%.
The Journal of the National Medical Association is a publication by black medical professionals concerned with black health problems. In the December 1993 issue JNMA published the results of a Howard University study. Key finding:
Black women of age 50 and above who had at least 1 induced abortion have an increased breast cancer risk of 370%.
The lingering distress, sadness and guilt brought on by an induced abortion is worse than that of a miscarriage and decreases much more slowly as time goes on, according to a five-year study of Norwegian women published yesterday. In the aftermath of abortion, women "experienced more mental distress long after the event -- two and five years afterwards -- than women who had a miscarriage," the researchers reported. Along with "high levels" of anxiety and feelings of guilt and shame, the women who had voluntarily ended their pregnancy also "had to make efforts to avoid thoughts about the event," the study also noted. Avoidance, in fact, "was consistently elevated." Researchers from the Norwegian Council for Mental Health, the University of Oslo and Buskerud Central Hospital in Drammen evaluated 40 women who had miscarried at an average of 17 weeks gestation and 80 women who had undergone an abortion at less than 13 weeks, with no fetal abnormalities.women 30 or younger were questioned at 10 days, then again 6 months,2yrs &five yrs after their babies died: from 1998 to 2003.