To defund Planned Parenthood was considered a ghastly sin by Liberals.
Lest we forget:
Of course, Planned Parenthood returned the favor, endorsing Barack Obama for ensuring the money flowed into their pockets:
And then there was this, from The Young Turks, an extreme Leftist propaganda front:
The one zealot claims that Mitt Romney is a “hypocrite.” In lots of ways they are right. Mitt Romney wanting Planned Parenthood’s endorsement in 2002 was disgusting. That’s the reason why many conservatives refused to vote for him. But compared to the baby organ merchants at Planned Parenthood? He looks a lot better than them.
Besides, Barack Obama did not treat him like a hypocrite. Obama treated him like a pariah for daring to threaten to defund the merchants of dead baby organs.
Also, Baptist Press reports, “Planned Parenthood defense unfounded, CMP says.”
Planned Parenthood is lying in defense of its dispensation of aborted fetal parts through its nearly 70 U.S. clinics, said a nonprofit medical watchdog group that has conducted an undercover investigation of the abortion provider.
The Center for Medical Progress released video footage July 14 of a Planned Parenthood executive meeting with a CMP investigator who posed as a fetal parts buyer, in which the costs, procedures and regulations in the procurement and transportation of a wide range of fetal parts were discussed.
CMP posted on its website a link to an advertisement from StemExpress, LLC, that promotes doing business with the California-based biomedical company as financially profitable. StemExpress supplies human cells, fluids, blood and tissue parts to research laboratories.
“[StemExpress] advertises four different times the financial benefit that Planned Parenthood clinics can receive from supplying fetal tissue, with the words: ‘financially profitable,’ ‘financial profits,’ ‘financial benefit to your clinic,’ [and] ‘fiscal growth of your own clinic,'” CMP said. “The advertisement carries an endorsement from [Mar Monte] Planned Parenthood Medical Director Dr. Dorothy Furgerson.”
The advertisement quotes Furgerson, who directs clinics in middle California and northern Nevada, as saying, “Our partnership with StemExpress is beneficial in a number of ways. First, it allows us to contribute to life-saving research that is advancing diagnostic and medical care. Second, StemExpress has a Plug-in Solution that allows us to add additional clinics quickly. Lastly, I feel confident that our patients’ anonymity is secure through their strict protocols and practices.”
Mitt Romney doesn’t seem so wrong to want to abort Planned Parenthood! (See this post for another reason why!)