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Death for dollars


To The Editor:

With all the recent news about flu virus spreading in epidemic proportions, it was more exciting and interesting learning about Planned Parenthood’s accomplishments during 2012. It seems they were able to cure nearly 334,000 women from a dangerous and more terrible malady than the flu. But this curious disease was neither viral nor bacterial in nature. It wasn’t even debilitating or contagious to other potential sufferers. Mysterious indeed.

Planned Parenthood’s valiant effort to overcome this deadly crisis was accomplished mainly by taxpayer contributions of more than a half a billion dollars, which equals nearly half of their annual budget. They were even subsidized an additional $60 million by our own bankrupt government. This, Planned Parenthood was able to identify this most inexplicable mystery disease - as pregnancy.

Yes, your taxpayer dollar proudly helps PP in killing more than 900 babies a day in their own facilities. And in 2013, every Planned Parenthood affiliate must provide a “clinic” to perform abortions on demand. That makes them the largest abortion provider in the nation at taxpayer expense. And with Obamacare, the floodgates will simply overwhelm the system.

Forty years of Roe v. Wade (Jan. 22, 2013) has now produced over 56 million surgical abortions in our country. The value of human life has all but disappeared. And how pleased Margaret Sanger would be today knowing her legacy is flourishing beyond her wildest fantasies.

While only 41 percent of all Americans now consider themselves “pro-choice,” Planned Parenthood has decided to abandon that terminology. And like Margaret Sanger, they are looking for a new moniker to keep the dollars flowing.

What’s wrong with America today? We are entrenched in bondage. Bondage, that eighth and final step to the complete demise of a nation, according to Professor Alexander Tyler, University of Edinburgh, 1787. We have arrived!

Donna and Michael Marek


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