Tuesday, January 07, 2014

Susan G Komen Organization and Planned Parenthood: What Has Been the Result of the Funding Controversy?

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From: http://www.lifenews.com/2014/01/06/komen-for-the-cure-donations-drop-22-after-it-funds-planned-parenthood/

“Komen for the Cure Donations Drop 22% After it Funds Planned Parenthood
by Susan Tyrrell | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 1/6/14

The Race for the Cure has hit a wall. Breast Cancer giant Susan G. Komen for the Cure has been embroiled in funding controversies, and a new report shows that its revenue are plummeting, not only for its once-popular race, but also for its organization at large.

Reports show that Komen had a 22% drop in donations in the year after the controversy over its donations to Planned Parenthood. Reports also showed that ‘fewer people took part in its fundraising Races for the Cure across the country. The organization announced last summer that it would cancel half of its three-day charity walks for this year because of a drop in participation.’

Komen donates about $700,000 to the abortion giant for ‘breast cancer screenings,’ which don’t include actual mammograms. Planned Parenthood facilities aren’t even licensed to perform mammograms, nor do they have the proper equipment to do them. Still, Komen persists in donating money for screenings. And its begun to hurt the breast cancer research organization in the pocketbook.

Early in 2012, news of Komen’s funding to Planned Parenthood became widespread and controversial, causing Komen to distance itself from Planned Parenthood—for three days. In that time, Planned Parenthood demanded a resurrection. Taking to the power of social networking and using its bullying skills (Which are well honed!—my addition), the abortion provider accomplished two things: It got Komen to reverse its decision and continue to fund them, and it helped the abortion provider raise about $3 million more with its pitiful pathos that made Americans give out of sympathy.

While the funding fiasco of early 2012 is what brought this issue to the forefront, Komen’s real mistake was filtering funds through the nation’s largest provider of abortions, which didn’t provide mammograms, the most common and accurate way of detecting breast cancer. Komen’s unwise decision was one that would inevitably cause it problems.

Several problems exist in the Komen/Planned Parenthood dysfunctional relationship.

First, the obvious problem is that Komen is supposed to be providing help for women with breast cancer. To use a middle man to get women the most immediate attention is irresponsible, at best; it’s deadly, at worst.

Second, numerous studies have shown there is a correlation between abortion and incidences of breast cancer. The most recent meta-analysis published last month reports that ‘Compared to people without any history of [induced abortion], an increased risk of breast cancer was observed among females who had at least one [induced abortion].’ You can read more on that here.

Third, Planned Parenthood has lied repeatedly Most recently in regards to this controversy, few remember what Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards said back when she was busy doing cyber bullying of Komen. As Planned Parenthood raked in $3 million extra as it pleaded for sympathy at losing Komen’s donations, Richards said the extra outpouring of public donations would allow them to ‘expand our breast care work beyond our wildest dreams (Which of course did not happen! The business of planned Parenthood is to MURDER unborn babies!—my addition).’


However, some dreams look more like fantasies. As its recent annual report showed, even the limited breast health services the abortion provider does offer were declining, not rising. In 2011, the organization reported doing 639,384 breast exams; however, in its 2012 report, it shows 549,804 such exams.

What Komen found is that in its lifesaving mission, it partnered with the angel of death and in the end, Planned Parenthood got richer while Komen has lost millions of dollars in donations and corporate sponsors.

As the saying goes ‘When you dance with the devil, the devil don’t change… the devil changes you (Exactly! You would think Republicans would learn this! One does NOT compromise with evil! What is more evil than MURDERING your own innocent unborn child?—my addition).’ One can hope that Komen chooses a better dance partner for its next performance.

LifeNews Note: Susan Michelle Tyrrell writes for Live Action News, reprinted with permission from the Live Action Blog.

The March for Life in Washington D.C. is January 22, 2014. Roe v. Wade will be the illegal, unconstitutionallawof the land for 41 years on that date!

We will have been MURDERING unborn babies for 41 years! A total abomination for any nation! A total atrocity for any nation! A total evil for any nation!

No one has the rightto MURDER another person! NO ONE!

Christians were bold in the First Century church! Are Christians as bold today?

Christians were resolute in the First Century church! Are Christians as resolute today?

Christians stood for the truth in the First Century church! Are Christians standing for the truth today?

If not Christians, who? If not now, when?

This is my two part suggestion to Tea Party groups, social conservatives, Constitutionalists, and anyone else who wants to save our Republic from the approaching destruction.

1) Run as many conservative candidates in as many Republican primaries as possible.

2) Then, run as many independent and/or third party candidates as possible in as many races as possible where we did not win the primary.

That is why I am working to get the Constitution Party on the ballot in Texas. If we get on the ballot, we will have two Congressional House candidates running and two State candidates running. Getting on the ballot is the first step. Winning elections is the second. Winning elections will grow the Party. The Constitution Party is much more in line with the Tea Party movement than is the Republican Party. And I have been involved with all three!


If elected to Congress, I will not, under any circumstances, vote for present Speaker of the House John Boehner to be Speaker of the House. I call on every Republican primary candidate running in Texas Congressional District 19 to publicly (in writing) make the same pledge. It would not be a bad idea for every Republican candidate running for the House of Representatives to give the same pledge. See my post at http://christiangunslinger3.blogspot.com on December 16, 2013 entitled “Speaker of the House John Boehner Attacks the Tea Party Again for Being Fiscally Responsible!”

If I am elected to the House, I will use the Constitution, as written, to do everything in my power to stop judicial tyranny! Will the other candidates pledge the same? I know our present Representative has NOT done everything possible to stop judicial tyranny! Why is that?

Competition is good for the economy and competition is good for the Republican Party!!! Competition keeps Congressmen committed to we the people!!! Primary Republicans who do not support the Constitution as written.