Planned Parenthood Gets Donations for Protestors


#1

plannedparenthood.org/pp2/portal/files/portal/webzine/insidepp/ipp-041217-picket.xml

Has this been discussed, or has anyone heard of this? This makes me sick. Not only does PP make money off of the blood of preborn people, but in addition, they pad their pockets when “protestors” try to help women chose life. They are setting up ways for people to pledge money for every protestor outside of their clinics. Can this be counteracted? I wonder if National Right to Life can pledge money to THEIR organization for sidwalk counselors.
And this anti-choice nonsense? I sense this inflammatory term is being thrown around because some people are feeling guilty about their own pro-death, anti-life viewpoints. Any thoughts?


#2

How sick can they get?:banghead:

Well one good thing is that the more money they make off the backs of protesters, the more greedy and guilty it makes them look. So I hope they get very very rich.:yup:

Other than bankroll their attorneys, clinics and pockets, I wonder what good they think all that cash will do for them in the next life? I’m sure most anti-Lifers have never thought that far ahead yet.:nope:


#3

Thanks for bringing this topic up! I didn’t think PP could get any worse, but they continue to disgust me on new levels . . . I printed out the article and I’m taking it to my Students for Life (University of Kentucky) meeting. we’ll find a way to counter-act this! God bless


#4

I’m not a PP historian by ANY means, but it really makes me SO ANGRY. I’m about to rant so pardon me for a second… It’s a business, plain and simple, but not a business that does any good, it does harm. It never wants Roe to be overturned, because than they wouldn’t be making the money off of abortions. I think I figured it out one day how much money they make off of abortions alone (not including their other anti-life “services”. Let’s say half of all abortions occur at PP. 2000. Each abortion costs approximately 500 dollars. That’s 1 million dollars per DAY. So, what–300 million a year or so? At LEAST? In addition to providing contraceptions, etc. Yeah, they have a DEFINITE stake in Roe v. Wade staying alive.

I truly and honestly believe that Planned Parenthood is the most evil organization in America. I am in my 20’s, and I see the kinda of destruction that Planned Parenthood has reeked on families across this country by its, yeah I’ll say it again, anti-life, abortion-on-demand, me-first, sex-whenever-I-want-it-without -consequences attitude. And it’s some sort of not-for-profit, something or other or so I was reading somewhere? No clue, but not likely. I’m sure the President of PP is sitting pretty with fat pockets of blood money.

Okay I’m done ranting, I just honestly HATE PP. That’s about the only thing I HATE. God Bless, and I pray that this organization that has Satan’s stamp of approval ceases to exist real soon.


#5

[quote=Hmarie]plannedparenthood.org/pp2/portal/files/portal/webzine/insidepp/ipp-041217-picket.xml

Has this been discussed, or has anyone heard of this? This makes me sick. Not only does PP make money off of the blood of preborn people, but in addition, they pad their pockets when “protestors” try to help women chose life. They are setting up ways for people to pledge money for every protestor outside of their clinics. Can this be counteracted? I wonder if National Right to Life can pledge money to THEIR organization for sidwalk counselors.
And this anti-choice nonsense? I sense this inflammatory term is being thrown around because some people are feeling guilty about their own pro-death, anti-life viewpoints. Any thoughts?
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Just PP’s lame attempt to discourage people from standing up for the truth. I don’t know how many “pledges” they actually get.

I’m a sidewalk counselor, and I don’t let this bother me, knowing that in fact donations are DOWN across the board to PP.

My revenge-- I am getting married and I take great satisfaction in calling the hotel at which PP had their “celebrate Roe v Wade” luncheon and telling them that the reason they are not being considered for my wedding reception ($$$) is because they do business with PP.

Fight back with your pocketbook and boycott those who do business with PP. I watch for the person who delivers their lunch orders, who does their grounds maintenance, etc, we call and let them know that we don’t do business with those who do business with PP.


#6

Is it really surprising? Even the name of this place is a flat out lie. “Planned Parenthood,” yeah right. The only thing that results from them is people either not being parents or being unplanned parents. You can’t be an unplanned parent unless you have sex without planning on getting pregnant (ie using contraception). And you can’t be a parent when they kill your kid. I’d sue them for false advertising if we can’t get 'em for murder.


#7

“A sign indicating the amount of money raised is continually updated, so protesters know how much money they are making for the affiliate every time they show up, some with children who are also counted…”

Interesting that children are counted when they are considered useful.


#8

I have seen this before and it makes me furious:banghead: Their sick demented way of thinking are finding ways to have pro-lifers pay for abortions!:mad: :banghead: These folks that talk about how planned parenthood is “just trying to help”:rolleyes: That is the most evil, snakish thing I have ever heard.Makes you want to get a million people around those mills and see if the donors want to cough that up!:mad:


#9

[quote=Lisa4Catholics].Makes you want to get a million people around those mills and see if the donors want to cough that up!:mad:
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:amen:


#10

useful website is www.fightpp.org


#11

Makes you want to get a million people around those mills and see if the donors want to cough that up

Set the date, Waco in the spring is nice.


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