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A Plan For Planned Parenthood

Dave8528 Wrote: Jan 12, 2013 12:59 PM
How do they help poor women? Is abortion a way of life with poor women? That's such a stereotype. Margaret Sanger, PP founder, goal was that so-called undesirables like the poor and minorities had birth control and abortions so this country would have fewer of them in the general population. I'm sure your motives are good, who doesn't want to help the poor, but abortions doesn't help. There are many organization that help poor women afford to have babies and help them find people to adopt babies if the woman can't raise it. Making adoptions easier and not abortions is the answer. Unborn babies deserve to live.

When did "women's health" become reduced to just contraception and abortion? So much so, that all knees bend at the altar of Planned Parenthood, which works hard to ensure that this remains the case.

Karen Handel most recently made this point to me, and she's well-suited to do so. This past year, she was at the center of a firestorm over Susan G. Komen for the Cure cutting its ties with Planned Parenthood as part of a grant overhaul. (The former Komen executive has since authored a book, "Planned Bullyhood," whose title well captures what happened.) Komen's singular purpose is to find...