We’re not going to run out of pizza, and we’re not going to run out of women’s health

Liberal Democrats are reacting with typical apoplexy over President Trump’s and the Republicans’ effort to strip Planned Parenthood of its federal funding. I posted a few days ago about Senator Chuck Schumer’s obvious and deliberate lie about the role Planned Parenthood plays in women’s health. But there’s another, similar lie floating out there that the Republicans’ healthcare plan will limit women’s ability to obtain proper health care. Here’s an example:


There’s nothing true about this. As I have pointed out, Planned Parenthood does not provide mammograms, for example, and isn’t that the first thing you think of when you hear the phrase “women’s health?” The left props up Planned Parenthood with the lie that it’s a women’s health organization that happens to perform a few abortions on the side. But if you were to look behind the curtain, you’d find that Planned Parenthood is an abortion organization that performs a few other services on the side. And not only is Planned Parenthood the nation’s largest abortion provider, they also dismember aborted fetuses and sell off the body parts.

The notion that stripping Planned Parenthood of its federal funding would limit women’s access to health services is particularly irksome. Democrats act as though there’s a Planned Parenthood on every street corner, and that if we take away their federal funding, then there’s hardly anywhere else women can go for their health services.

Let’s take Tennessee, for example. Do you have any idea how many Planned Parenthood slaughterhouses clinics there are in Tennessee? There are three: Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville. So if something were to happen — fingers crossed — that caused Planned Parenthood to shut its doors in Tennessee, how much of an impact do you think that would have on women’s health services?

Let me put it another way. Let’s say a pizza chain with three total restaurants in the entire state of Tennessee went bankrupt and shut down. How much of an impact would that have on your ability to buy a pizza?

Senator Schumer lies about Planned Parenthood

The day before yesterday, Senator Chuck Schumer tweeted the following:


Now I’m used to liberals and Democrat politicians lying. That’s why I troll them and the #fakenews media, because I don’t like being lied to and I’m going to point it out occasionally. But this one really infuriates me, because Senator Schumer deliberately lied about Planned Parenthood. The left touts Planned Parenthood as a “women’s health” organization, but it isn’t. They are an abortion provider. That’s what they do. They do NOT provide women’s health services.

When you think of women’s health, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Mammograms, right? Well, Planned Parenthood doesn’t do mammograms. They don’t do a single one. Senator Schumer has to know this. Yet he deliberately lied about Planned Parenthood and tried to tell his followers that it provides services that it does not provide.

This has everything to do with money. President Trump and the GOP are hopefully going to stop the flow of federal funds to Planned Parenthood. Democrats are squealing like stuck pigs because it will supposedly be detrimental to women’s health. But Planned Parenthood doesn’t provide these services. This has everything to do with abortion. Whenever you hear a Democrat or #fakenews reporter talk about women’s health, what they really mean is abortion. And that Senator Schumer has to lie about Planned Parenthood tells you everything you need to know about both Democrats and Planned Parenthood.

Planned Parenthood is a purely evil organization, and those who lie about and defend Planned Parenthood are equally wicked.

Dollars and abortion

I’ve run across a pair of companion pieces today, and when that happens, it’s time to write a blog post to tie some things together. First up, a friend of mine has run some numbers and shown how Planned Parenthood does, in fact, use taxpayer funds to provide abortions. Federal law prevents them from doing so, and Planned Parenthood says they don’t use federal dollars for abortion, but come on. Do you expect an organization that specializes in the mass killing of the unborn to tell the truth about money? Nah. Me neither.

My take has always been that if Planned Parenthood doesn’t use taxpayer funds directly for abortions, then taxpayer money frees up other money to do their abortions. Either way, as my friend illustrates, very nearly half of Planned Parenthood’s funding comes from the federal government, and abortion is the centerpiece of their very existence, and I have a hard time believing that federal funding and abortions aren’t mixed.

Second, a story that has appeared in the Memphis Commercial Appeal reports that the Shelby County Commission has approved $115,000 for Planned Parenthood to provide condom distribution. It’s not good enough for the health department to take on this role. Planned Parenthood has to have its hand out. (And you thought Planned Parenthood was all about “women’s health.”)

At any rate, a curious paragraph appears midway through the story:

Turner, a Planned Parenthood board member, said he was personally upset by some of the language used by another citizen opposing the funding, including comparisons of the abortions by the group to the “black Holocaust” of slavery.

Now, I don’t know if you know anything about Planned Parenthood’s history, but it was founded back in the early 1900’s by a lady named Margaret Sanger. Like a good progressive, she was an avowed racist and eugenecist whose goal, among others, was the eradication of the black population. Given that Planned Parenthood today targets the black community disproportionately, Margaret Sanger would be quite smitten with the organization she began.

I was actually thinking earlier today about a blog post comparing abortion to slavery, so imagine my surprise when I read the above paragraph. I took it as a sign.

Like slavery during its time, abortion is the evil of our time. Ending slavery was a messy affair, just as ending abortion will be a messy affair. I’m not saying it will require another Civil War, but the politics is going to be ugly. Step one is defunding Planned Parenthood, which President Trump and a lot of other Republicans have promised to do. And Democrats squeal like stuck pigs when you propose ending public funding of Planned Parenthood.

It took awhile, but Democrats eventually came around to our way of thinking regarding slavery. We can now all agree that slavery was an evil that had to end. My desire is that Democrats will similarly one day come around to our line of thinking regarding abortion as an evil that must end. The irony is that Democrats are hailed as the party of African-Americans when for two hundred years Democrats have fought to maintain evil institutions that have victimized African-Americans. Republicans have consistently fought against these evils, but we’re somehow targeted as racists. I’ve never understood this.

Defunding IPP

According to at least one news report this morning, President Trump is going to sign an executive order defunding International Planned Parenthood. While it requires Congress to defund PP domestically, this is certainly a breath of fresh air. You are going to hear, and have already heard, the left squeal like stuck pigs over the prospect of Congress and President Trump pulling taxpayer funding from their pet agency while clamoring something about women’s health.

Know something, PP has nothing to do with women’s health. Whenever you hear a liberal drone on about women’s health, they’re really talking about abortion rights. Planned Parenthood is an abortion agency. Granted, they hand out contraceptives and do a few other odds-and-ends, but they exist for one purpose: the mass killing of the unborn. If you take away abortion, you take away Planned Parenthood.

For example, Planned Parenthood does not provide mammograms. Now what kind of women’s health agency doesn’t provide mammograms? Isn’t that about the first thing you think of when you hear about women’s health? Liberals act like the local Planned Parenthood slaughterhouse clinic is absolutely the only place that provides access to women’s health, and that if we take away federal funding for PP it will be detrimental to women’s health. Nothing could be further from the truth. Women will have the same access to health care they did before. So they next time you hear some liberal prater on about women’s health, just substitute the words “abortion rights,” and you have a clear picture of their intent.

Help me follow this logic

Today is Planned Parenthood’s 100th birthday. I didn’t realize this until I saw prominent Democrats fawning over PP on Twitter.

Democrats love Planned Parenthood. Abortion is the sacrament of the Democrat Party and Democrats protect the killing of the unborn with a religious-like zeal.

Planned Parenthood was established a century ago by a eugenecist named Margaret Sanger. One of the primary goals of PP was (and is), in Sanger’s words, “to exterminate the Negro population.” And PP is succeeding. In New York City and Washington, D.C., more black babies are aborted than are born alive.

Again, Democrats wholly support and advocate the work of PP.

Democrats also support an organization that calls itself “Black Lives Matter.”

Republicans are largely pro-life. We oppose abortion, don’t much care for PP, and wish to eliminate the hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer funds that are funneled to PP annually.

Democrats say Republicans are racist.

I consider myself a logical person, which is why I can’t make heads or tails of this obvious set of contradictions. But then, I’m not a liberal, either.

Pro-life Trump?

Donald Trump says he is pro-life. Maybe he is, maybe he isn’t. It is somewhat important to me, but keep in mind that, pragmatically, presidents have no direct influence over abortion policy. In other words, Trump cannot overturn Roe v. Wade. He can nominate Supreme Court justices who could do it, but it hasn’t happened yet. We’ve elected three pro-life GOP presidents since Roe v. Wade who have put a combined seven justices on the Supreme Court (with mixed results), and Roe v. Wade still stands after 43 years. About the only thing a president can do is defund Planned Parenthood, which I am completely in favor of doing, but even a GOP-controlled Congress hasn’t been willing to do that yet.

Last week The Donald found himself in a bit of hot water for saying women should be punished for having an abortion. I’ve listened to the audio clips. It occurred during an interview with Chris Matthews. I have no idea why a Republican would ever give Chris Matthews the time of day, but Trump did, and he was ill-prepared for the belligerent line of questioning regarding abortion that he was subjected to. I don’t think this is an issue Trump has thought about a great deal, because he more or less allowed Matthews to lead him into the trap of saying women who have abortions should be punished.

Abortion-rights activists like Chris Matthews and those of us who are pro-life look at abortion completely different. Matthews equates outlawing abortion as throwing women in prison. Pro-lifers equate it with saving unborn human lives. As a pro-lifer myself, I have never once thought we should prosecute women who have abortions. It’s not what we’re about. Nor do I advocate shooting abortion doctors or bombing abortion clinics. It sort of defeats the purpose of being pro-life.

Roe v. Wade isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. We’re stuck with legalized abortion-on-demand. But even overturning Roe v. Wade wouldn’t automatically outlaw abortion. It would simply return to the states the authority to make their own abortion laws. Some states would keep it perfectly legal, some would keep it legal with various restrictions, and some would outlaw it altogether. So even debating a Democrat activist masquerading as a journalist over punishing women who have abortions is a non-starter. The pro-life movement doesn’t seek negative consequences. We’re all about changing hearts and minds, because the only way we are going to reduce abortions is to reduce demand, and the way to reduce demand is to present unborn human life for what it is: unborn human life.

What a difference one vowel makes

I saw a news headline earlier today informing us that Hillary Clinton is defending Planned Parenthood. Of course she is. Abortion is the sacrament of the Democrat Party, so even after it has been revealed that the nation’s largest abortion provider also sells off unborn human body parts, Mrs. Clinton continues to defend Planned Parentood. While Democrats are defending, the GOP wants to defund. You see, Planned Parenthood is propped up with our tax dollars, about half-a-billion of our tax dollars. While current elected GOP leadership appears to lack the fortitude to follow through on defunding, most of the GOP presidential candidates have expressed a desire to defund this diabolical organization. It’s a stark contrast between political parties: defend vs. defund.

What good is the U.S. Senate?

Or rather, what good are Senate Democrats? Given what we all now know about Planned Parenthood, that they sell off body parts of aborted fetuses for profit in violation of federal law, the U.S. Senate still could not muster 60 votes to defund this diabolical organization. They were 7 votes short. This means 47 out of 100 elected U.S. senators, given the above information, believe Planned Parenthood should continue to receive in excess of $500M of taxpayer money. Of the 47, all but two are Democrats. This means two Republicans effectively sided with Planned Parenthood. One of them is Mitch McConnell. (Please send this guy packing, Kemtucky voters.)

Republicans have a ready-made issue here. Make the Democrats own Planned Parenthood and make sure the voters know what’s going on inside these slaughterhouses. Make sure the voters know that elected Democrats have no problem with this barbarism. Don’t let Democrats get away with claiming Planned Parenthood is all about women’s health care. Make sure the voters realize that Planned Parenthood’s services are overwhelmingly geared toward killing the unborn en masse and very little of what goes on has to do with actual women’s health care.

Quoth the lion

Let me preface this post by assuring you I am not making this up. An animal psychic has channeled the now-deceased Cecil the Lion and has passed along Cecil’s post-mortem thoughts to the human race.

Anderson posted on her Facebook that she ‘wanted to let him know how loved and honored he is’ when she made contact with the protected animal whose death has caused outrage towards Minnesota dentist and hunter Walter Palmer.

‘Let not the actions of these few men defeat us or allow darkness to enter our hearts. If we do then we become one of them. Raise your vibration and allow this energy to move us forward,’ Cecil said, according to Anderson.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3182713/Animal-psychic-says-Cecil-Lion-spoken-void-given-instructions-deal-death.html#ixzz3hwZXXcfK

While Cecil’s killing troubles me, because I do not advocate the wanton killing of God’s creatures, I would be much more interested in, say, knowing the thoughts of an unborn human being killed at a Planned Parenthood clinic, dismembered, and sold off part-by-part. What would the unborn human being say to that?

Planned Parenthood is not synonymous with women’s health care

Planned Parenthood should be defunded immediately. It should have been done 10 years ago. In fact, Planned Parenthood should have never received federal tax money in the first place. The argument made by the left against defunding is that it doing so would interrupt critical health services to women. It’s a lie, but one you would expect from the left.

First, how is that Planned Parenthood is so crucial to women’s health? I thought that’s what ObamaCare was for. Is the left admitting that ObamaCare isn’t up to the task of providing women’s health care?

Second, raw numbers show that Planned Parenthood provides very few health services other than abortion, and I hardly classify abortion as a health service. Planned Parenthood last year did 2,197 adoption referrals, provided prenatal services to 19,506, and performed 327,166 abortions. So the notion that Planned Parenthood is some giant in the world of women’s health care is a lie. They are almost exclusively an abortion provider. It’s why they exist. They must be defunded.