Thursday March 24 , 2016
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Last week, for the first time in American history, a sitting president of the United States addressed the main assemblage of Planned Parenthood.  As bad as this might be, the greatest outrage was at the end of the president's remarks when he invoked the blessing of God on Planned Parenthood, the single largest purveyors of abortion in the nation.  This callous insensitivity to the people of this nation reveals an individual who is deeply flawed on any number of levels.  The fact that since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1993, over 50 million babies have been aborted in the United States.  Had this been any other issue at any other time, people associated with such infanticide would be serving prison time for war crimes.  But, no, we have a president who has embraced an organization that has been at the forefront of social engineering since its founding.  Lest we forget that Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood founder, was actively pursuing the eradication of people of color in this country through contraception and abortion.

The president, a person who has claimed paternity and affiliation with African-Americans, seems the worst of spokespersons for Planned Parenthood.  As Planned Parenthood has aborted more black babies in America than have been killed in any other fashion, one must ask exactly what it is the president is supporting.  Does he really have an affinity to people of color or is he, as many of us suspect, just a another race trader who has profited mightily from claiming race as a convenience as opposed to a conviction.  What could the leaders of the African American communities be thinking in supporting the utter elimination of all people who claim to be of African descent.  It boggles the mind.

As Planned Parenthood is the largest generator of murder in the country, one should be as outraged by the fact that public money goes to this awful organization.  If they stuck to contraception and family planning, then perhaps one might look the other way, but when the organization is an in-your-face provider of infanticide, then battle lines must be drawn.  No public money should ever go to organizations like this, and here is why.

The justices on the Supreme Court who adjudicated Roe v. Wade offered the notion that abortion was really about privacy, not anything else.  As such, any decision to have an abortion must be considered a private matter of concern only to the woman who is pregnant.  If that is the case, then private funds ought to fund all aspects of her movement to abortion.  If this were the case, pro-choice advocates might be able to hide more easily and pro-life folks might find it easier to find an uneasy peace.  However, with the fact that public money goes to fund abortions done by Planned Parenthood, the pro-choice people cannot have it both ways.  If abortion is private, then private money ought to fund it.  If abortion is to be funded by public funds, then all abortions should be made public and all information disclosed as to how our money was spent.  It just seems fair.

Of course, there is no justification for spending public funds on abortion, so one must continue to expose the destructive mission that Planned Parenthood seems to be on.  And the President ought to feel the heat of millions of us who know that abortion has nothing to do with God, and is in fact, evil on display.  God is not evil and God will not bless Planned Parenthood.  One must wonder what kind of person would seek God's blessing on an organization that has killed so many of His children.  Shame on Barack Obama.  Shame on Planned Parenthood.