Your Money Is Going to Planned Parenthood Whether You Like It or Not
Whether youâre a painter, pastor, lawyer, or laborer (pro-life or pro-abortion), you work for Planned Parenthood. A portion of every paycheck goes to the worldâs leading abortion business through the federal and state taxes allocated by your elected representatives and the unelected bureaucrats they empower.
For the fiscal year ending in June 2015 (just before the Center for Medical Progress videos were released), over $550 million of your hard-earned tax dollars went to Planned Parenthood.
But the states are taking the lead to end this forced partnership with âBig Abortionâ and redirecting those funds to providers that better serve women and families.
Since the authenticated Center for Medical Progress videos were released showing Planned Parenthood officials bartering over the prices of baby body parts, 15 states have taken action to end or limit its taxpayer subsidies....
The liberal agenda would have one believe women cannot get decent health care, thus, the 'need' for PP. Another lie from the pit of hell.
"Planned Parenthood has about 650 facilities nationwide, all of which provide very limited care to their patients.Â Yet there are over 13,000 non-abortion providing Federally Qualified Health Centers that provide whole health care to women and their families. And that number doesnât include the tens of thousands of private and group physicians that accept government subsidy programs like Medicaid. Â Women are not desperate to find health care clinics, and they wonât be even without Planned Parenthood. In fact, the only thing Planned Parenthood provides that these other facilities do notÂ is abortion. Should Planned Parenthood be defunded, women will still have access to great quality healthcare. Speaking as a former Planned Parenthood director, I know that quality health care is best provided outside of Planned Parenthood."-http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/316162-women-deserve-better-than-planned-parenthood-i-know-i-worked
There is a need for A "planned" parenthood, as many women would testify. Of course except in rare cases abortion shouldn't be a part of that. There isn't good healthcare for women in this country,
BBC News wrote: Fact: Before ACA, pre-natal care wasn't normal women's care. Some 87% of insurance plans on the individual market did not offer maternity or labour and delivery as part of their coverage package.
Women have been going into debt, declaring bankruptcy, ruining their lives; all to give birth.
Michael Stafford wrote: ... The GOP is often described as America's pro-life political party. In reality, however, the GOP is not pro-life. At best, it's merely anti-abortion. At worst, it's simply misogynistic. Regardless, the Republican Party's concern for human dignity ends the moment someone is actually born. After that, it's the coldness and cruelty of Ayn Rand and social Darwinism, all the way down.
"Should Planned Parenthood be defunded, women will still have access to great quality healthcare. Speaking as a former Planned Parenthood director, I know that quality health care is best provided outside of Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood claims to offer a wide-variety of services, but they actually fall short in many areas. For instance, not a single Planned Parenthood facility provides mammograms, and Planned Parenthood employees say that they do not provide prenatal care.
If a woman goes to Planned Parenthood for birth control and discovers in the course of her visit that she has high blood pressure, Planned Parenthood canât help her, she has to be referred to a FQHC for treatment. Planned Parenthood is so abortion-centric that they have begun cutting âhealth careâ services at some clinics, making them âabortion-onlyâ facilities, including one in Madison, Wis." source - http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/316162-women-deserve-better-than-planned-parenthood-i-know-i-worked
Planned Parenthood exists solely for the purpose of murdering unborn children. The word 'parent' is a smokescreen, they do not desire for any woman to be a mother.
And apparently hasn't worked for a lot of them, Mike
This article they're really does need some updates and the latest one I could find came from CBS News,
Kate Gibson wrote: Under fire for much of its 100-year history, Planned Parenthood has survived bouts of controversy, legislative attacks and even violence. But the nationâs largest womenâs health network these days faces whatâs shaping into its biggest battle yet: the threatened loss of federal funding that represents more than 40 percent of its operating budget....
Planned Parenthood began receiving federal funds to provide services to low-income women starting in 1970, but since 1976 it has been barred from using public money for abortions. At stake in the current struggle now playing out on Capitol Hill is the roughly $500 million a year the organization gets, largely through Medicaid reimbursements, for services such as cancer screening, offering contraception and treating sexually transmitted diseases.
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Jim Lincoln wrote: I'm sure there are pacifists that don't like their tax money going to the military. So. I would assume all of us have disagreements where are tax money is going to -- for example paychecks for Congressmen. "More than 60 percent of people in America support Planned Parenthood and only 11 percent approve of Congress." this statement by the head of Planned Parenthood was look at in this article, http://tinyurl.com/jd7crz3 (Cecile Richards says far more Americans support Planned Parenthood than Congress). One thing for certain, people don't like Congress. If you don't like what your leaders are doing vote them out, but in a democracy, majority rules.
Cecile is quite imaginative to claim 60% support. As for PP being more popular than Congress, that doesn't say much about either.
I'm sure there are pacifists that don't like their tax money going to the military. So. I would assume all of us have disagreements where are tax money is going to -- for example paychecks for Congressmen.