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RNC Chief: Did the Media Miss Planned Parenthood's Endorsement of Infanticide?

Stephen239 Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 3:24 PM
You are incorrect. Assume you spend 100%, say $100 a week, on groceries, but cannot afford beer. I give you $25 dollars to help with groceries. The following week you buy $110 in groceries and $15 additionally in beer. The facts that I said you could buy groceries with it, that the $15 is less than your own $100 for groceries, and you bought more groceries does not change the fact you used $15 for beer. Now you may say that you spent $15 of your own money on the beer, $85 of your money on groceries, and the $25 from me on groceries, but the fact is without my money you could not have bought that beer. This simple example demonstrates that planned parenthood's claim they don't use taxpayers money for abortions is false in a nutshell
DontEatMyDog Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 3:30 PM
A more relevant example is TEA_CRACKER has an $800.00 a month crack habit, and receives a Section 8 subsidy of $800.00. Is the government supporting his living arrangements, or crack habit?

An insidious form of media bias stems from what our press decides isn't worthy of coverage.  In a column at Red State, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus decries American journalism's relative silence on the stunning testimony of a Planned Parenthood official in Florida last week.  Asked if a child who survived an attempted abortion has a right not to be killed post-birth, Alisa Lapolt Snow repeatedly invoked a mother's right to choose, declining to state whether the newborn should be protected under law.  Here's her ghoulish exchange with lawmakers: