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February 28, 2008

Planned Parenthood shows its true colors

FRC reports,

Lila Rose, a pro-life student and reporter at UCLA, launched an undercover investigation aimed at exposing the racism of the nation's largest abortion merchant. With the help of an actor, she contacted Planned Parenthood clinics in seven states, inquiring if they would be willing to accept a donation earmarked for the abortion of black babies. The results were jaw-dropping.

My jaw dropped, all right, and I suspect yours might too when you listen to the recordings that Rose made and posted on YouTube. It's not every day that you hear a PP worker gush about how "excited" she is that someone wants to give her money to kill black babies because he doesn't want them competing with his own kids.

It seems Rose is no stranger to this kind of controversy. But then again, neither is Planned Parenthood. They're generally pretty good at getting themselves out of messes -- the "ignore it and it will go away" technique has often worked well for them -- but how they're going to wriggle out of this one is anybody's guess.

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Looks like Planned Parenthood has apologized: http://www.lifenews.com/state2959.html . But it may be too late. Christians should pray that PP's blunder will cause many to reconsider the underpinnings of the 'anti-life' movement.

Gina Dalfonzo

Hmm, very interesting. I was convinced they'd go the "That evil girl tricked us so it's not really our fault!" route.

I wonder if the other six affiliates will follow suit now.

Reformed Faith

PP has always followed in the footsteps of the founder of their movement. Margaret Sanger was a racist who spoke out against "human weeds" and even spoke at KKK rallies... she said so in her own letters which are chronicled in her autobiography.

You can read "Killer Angel" by Dr. George Grant to find out more about this woman's sinister legacy. Read it free here:


Last year, when James Watson made his ludicrous statement that he thought Europeans possessed a higher intelligence than Africans, I felt compelled to connect their philosophies and wrote this:


All these philosophies are rooted in a view that humans evolved over time... this is the only way anyone could justify giving one ethnic group a lesser intrinsic value than another... but Christians can't justify such a viewpoint since by God's Word we are all made in the image and likeness of God and valued equally in his eyes...

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