Friday, June 22, 2007

Planned Murderhood barred from schools?

How many unborn toddlers were murdered today because of the humanistic, paganish decisions of the United States Supreme Court?

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“Anyone, then, who knows the good he ought to do and doesn’t do it, sins.” James 4: 17 (NIV)

The following is an article that is in World magazine June 23, 2007, page 21. Isn’t it amazing that I am doing a series on Planned Murderhood and this article that fits in perfectly with the series is published this week? As normal, I have not seen or heard a similar news story from the libertine, mass media. Have you if you live outside of Missouri? And of course, I live right next door in Illinois. It must not be of interest to Illinois residents.

“Conflict of interest
Missouri bill takes those who earn money on abortion out of the sex-ed business by Lynn Vincent

The unusual pro-life bill that survived a Democratic filibuster attempt to reach the Missouri governor’s desk in late May was actually born outside an abortion clinic. In the summer of 2005, Mary Maschmeier, a longtime sidewalk counselor, was standing outside the Planned Parenthood clinic on Forest Park Avenue in St. Louis when she saw a yellow school bus drive up, filled with kids.

‘I stopped the driver and asked him why he was bringing children to the clinic,’ Maschmeier said. The driver said the kids were from the local Boys and Girls Club. He was driving them to Planned Parenthood for a sex-ed class, part of the club’s summer program, he said. (How wonderful and perfectly reasonable? The organization that is one of the largest baby murderers in the country is “teaching” our children about sex!!! Who said people aren’t logical???—my addition)

Maschmeier knew that Planned Parenthood also provided sex education classes in local public schools. That’s when it hit her: In allowing an organization that makes money terminating pregnancies to teach kids how not to get pregnant, the state of Missouri was allowing the fox to guard the henhouse. ‘That’s when I realized, hey, we need to work on this,’ she said. (Shouldn’t every state legislature and organization realize this???—my addition)

Missouri abortionists performed 8,350 terminations in the state in 2003, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Of those, girls ages 15 to 19 had 1,284 abortions; girls under age 15 had 52. (How many of those 52 abortions do you think were reported to the State of Missouri as an instance of statutory rape [See previous posts.]? By definition, unless the girls were married, weren’t they all instances of statutory rape?—my addition)

Nationally, girls in both age groups had 130,732 abortions in 2003 (Over one-tenth of a million—my addition). But that number does not account for abortions in five jurisdictions: California, New York, West Virginia, New Hampshire, and the District of Columbia. In 2000, those regions reported 416,040 abortions to the Alan Guttmacher Institute, Planned Parenthood’s research arm, but not to the CDC. (That is almost ½ million unborn babies murdered in just four states and the District of Columbia in one year!!! –my addition)

The Guttmacher report did not break down state reporting by age group, but a separate report noted that the average cost of an abortion in 2001 was $487. That means that aborting the children of girls from young teen through age 19 produces at least $63.7 million in annual revenue for abortionists nationwide—not including revenue from regions that account for nearly a third of all terminations performed in the United States, but where age-group breakdown remains unreported. (That is a lot of money from one “simple medical procedure” that just happens to murder an unborn baby!!!—my addition)

To have groups that perform abortions teaching kids sex education is ‘clearly a conflict of interest,’ (No kidding!!!!!!!—my addition) Maschmeier said. She contacted Sen. Chuck Gross, a St. Charles County Republican, who worked with other legislators to pass HB1055, a pro-life measure that in part prohibits any provider of abortion services from providing either direct instruction or curriculum for sex education in public schools. (It is about time!!!—my addition)

In Missouri, that means Planned Parenthood. Only three abortion clinics operate in the state, and all of them are affiliated with the national group. ‘This legislation will sever the relationship between Planned Parenthood and our public school,’ said Missouri Family Network president Kerry Messer.

HB1055 also formalizes and funds the ‘Missouri Alternatives to Abortion Public Awareness Program,’ enables schools to emphasize abstinence, and requires any clinic performing second-and third-trimester abortions to meet the standards of an ambulatory surgical center. An ‘alert’ on Planned Parenthood’s website warns that upgrade costs associated with the latter provision will ‘force the closure of abortion services in Kansas City and Columbia.’ (One would think that an organization that claims to be sooo concerned about the health of women would already provide such standards. Perhaps they are more concerned about profit than women’s health. Do you think??? Duh!!!—my addition)

The bill’s abstinence language, along with the ban on abortion-affiliated sex-ed instructors, ‘encountered huge, huge opposition during floor debate,’ said Rep. Therese Sanders (R), HB1055’s primary House sponsor. (Of course!!!—my addition) Opponents insisted that no one was going to receive information about contraceptives, she said: ‘’Ignorance is not a form of birth control!’ was one of their sound-bites.’ (Their real concern, of course, is to keep Planned Murderhood plugged into a major source of their supply of murder victims—teenage and younger girls. Why would any reasonable person allow the potential murderers to associate and “teach” the potential source of the victims of their obscene practice?—my addition)

Planned Parenthood’s alert claims the bill ‘will remove the requirement of comprehensive, medically accurate sex education from public schools.’ But the bill’s final language directs schools to present students with ‘the latest medically factual information regarding both the possible side effects and health benefits of all forms of contraception, including the success and failure rates’ for pregnancy and STDs.

Paula Gianino, CEO of Planned Parenthood’s St. Louis region, told WORLD her group is reviewing HB1055 and ‘will soon make a decision on whether to file suit against all or part of the law.’ (Of course, the out of control courts have been one of the biggest supporters of the murder of the unborn.—my addition) Republican Gov. Matt Blunt is expected to sign HB1055 in the coming weeks, making Missouri ‘the first state in the nation to put a wall of separation between public schools and abortion providers,’ said Messer. ‘We hope other states will do the same.’” (I should hope so!!! Why has it taken so long for the first State to do the obvious??? We need to help the other States to realize that you don’t allow the providers who murder our unborn to also “teach” our young!!! Do they define the murder of the unborn as an acceptable form of contraception???—my addition)


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