Planned Parenthood Abortion Center: We Bend the Rules on Sexual Abuse
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Planned Parenthood Abortion Center: We Bend the Rules on Sexual Abuse

Birmingham, AL -- A new undercover video shows what others have when it comes to Planned Parenthood and how it handles potential cases of sexual abuse. New footage shows a staffer at a Birmingham, Alabama abortion center telling a woman who appears to be a victim of statutory rape that "we bend the rules."

Full story and video at:
http://www.LifeNews.com/state4265.html
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(06-30-2009, 11:53 AM)juliee Wrote: Planned Parenthood Abortion Center: We Bend the Rules on Sexual Abuse

Birmingham, AL -- A new undercover video shows what others have when it comes to Planned Parenthood and how it handles potential cases of sexual abuse. New footage shows a staffer at a Birmingham, Alabama abortion center telling a woman who appears to be a victim of statutory rape that "we bend the rules."

Full story and video at:
http://www.LifeNews.com/state4265.html

Terrible, but the rule areound seems to be-morality is hands off when it comes to free market, capitalistic business......
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(06-30-2009, 11:56 AM)Belloc Wrote:
(06-30-2009, 11:53 AM)juliee Wrote: Planned Parenthood Abortion Center: We Bend the Rules on Sexual Abuse

Birmingham, AL -- A new undercover video shows what others have when it comes to Planned Parenthood and how it handles potential cases of sexual abuse. New footage shows a staffer at a Birmingham, Alabama abortion center telling a woman who appears to be a victim of statutory rape that "we bend the rules."

Full story and video at:
http://www.LifeNews.com/state4265.html

Terrible, but the rule areound seems to be-morality is hands off when it comes to free market, capitalistic business......

I think this is exactly wrong.  In fact, that is the great untold story by the US Mainstream Media:  the fantastic amounts of money these entities and individuals (like the late Tiller) make in this horrible business. 

The bad guys in the media and the industry pitch the providing of abortion as an idealistic enterprise and ignore how much money is actually involved -- in enormous govt grants, huge charitable donations from corporations and individuals, and from poor women who seek the service.  But the media has lots of stories about the idealistic medical students who will learn the bloody business in spite of death threats; about the lonely abortionist trekking around South Dakota to provide abortions; about the hardship of hospitals that want to allow these at their facilities -- but I've never seen one that discussed the financial rewards reaped by Planned Parenthood and all the doctors who do abortions.
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(06-30-2009, 11:56 AM)Belloc Wrote:
(06-30-2009, 11:53 AM)juliee Wrote: Planned Parenthood Abortion Center: We Bend the Rules on Sexual Abuse

Birmingham, AL -- A new undercover video shows what others have when it comes to Planned Parenthood and how it handles potential cases of sexual abuse. New footage shows a staffer at a Birmingham, Alabama abortion center telling a woman who appears to be a victim of statutory rape that "we bend the rules."

Full story and video at:
http://www.LifeNews.com/state4265.html

Terrible, but the rule areound seems to be-morality is hands off when it comes to free market, capitalistic business......

I'm not even sure about what you're saying here?
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He's saying capitalism is the root of all evil, like in every other post.
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(06-30-2009, 01:48 PM)Mhoram Wrote: He's saying capitalism is the root of all evil, like in every other post.

Lol.  Funny.

Or sad?

Thanks
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All these feminists would gladly fall on their swords to forget this, along with forced marriage, Sharia law and stoning women to death. :realmad:
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(06-30-2009, 11:53 AM)juliee Wrote: Planned Parenthood Abortion Center: We Bend the Rules on Sexual Abuse

Birmingham, AL -- A new undercover video shows what others have when it comes to Planned Parenthood and how it handles potential cases of sexual abuse. New footage shows a staffer at a Birmingham, Alabama abortion center telling a woman who appears to be a victim of statutory rape that "we bend the rules."

Full story and video at:
http://www.LifeNews.com/state4265.html

Bending the rules has been the general modus operandi for some time now.  Think of those who pay taxes vs. those for whom the rules are bent.  I doubt much will happen and if it does it will only be window dressing to reduce the political pressure.  Do not look to the GOP for help beyond a mailer asking for a donation with some passing reference to the pro-life movement.  Remember Goldwater was pro-abortion so was Nixon.  Add to that the elder Bush was pro-abortion until he wanted the VP seat from Reagan and his wife remained so which was highlighted in his failed attempt to be reelected.  The younger Bush and the GOP held the White House and both houses of Congress for 5 of his 8 years in office.  And we got nothing for it other than more requests for donations.  No improvement in the high court - none.

For those who think this court issue is some achievement allow me to point out what a simple majority in Congress has the legal power to do.

1.  Reduce the funding of operational expenses in the Supreme Court.  In other words less staff and goodies.
2.  Eliminate any/all Federal Courts except the Supreme Court itself.  51% vote and the 9TH circuit court is gone and so too another pool of vipers.
3.  Investigate and hold hearings on the activity of the SC.  Think of the many examples of the military being dragged across the media coals in Congressional hearings.
4.  Order the SC to make a ruling on any case or subject they wish (not what conclusion but the subject to be examined they can order).  No requirement for a lower court case to work its way just a 51% majority in Congress.  This includes a case that they have already ruled upon, no limit.

Sure a President will be needed to support these acts and the right to filibuster in the Senate MAY require more but the simple act of getting the ball rolling with the House voting Yeah on any of the four items I listed above will make hairs stand on end across this country.  The funding issue would be the easiest to accomplish and the hardest to overcome in the pro-abortion lodge.

So why hasn't any of these things taken place????????
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They bend the rules.
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(06-30-2009, 11:53 AM)juliee Wrote: Planned Parenthood Abortion Center: We Bend the Rules on Sexual Abuse

Birmingham, AL -- A new undercover video shows what others have when it comes to Planned Parenthood and how it handles potential cases of sexual abuse. New footage shows a staffer at a Birmingham, Alabama abortion center telling a woman who appears to be a victim of statutory rape that "we bend the rules."

Full story and video at:
http://www.LifeNews.com/state4265.html

Just another reason why I think PP is one of the most anti-woman organizations on the planet. Oh, and Lila Rose is an awesome gal.  :love:
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(06-30-2009, 05:37 PM)MitOS Wrote: [quote='juliee' pid='401863' dateline='1246377223']
Planned Parenthood Abortion Center: We Bend the Rules on Sexual Abuse

Birmingham, AL -- A new undercover video shows what others have when it comes to Planned Parenthood and how it handles potential cases of sexual abuse. New footage shows a staffer at a Birmingham, Alabama abortion center telling a woman who appears to be a victim of statutory rape that "we bend the rules."

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The younger Bush and the GOP held the White House and both houses of Congress for 5 of his 8 years in office.  And we got nothing for it other than more requests for donations.  No improvement in the high court - none........

This isn't quite true on a couple of points. 

First, the Bush Administration upheld the Mexico City Policy that prohibited US funds by non governmental organizations receiving federal funds from promoting abortion overseas.  Also, both Bush administration also restricted federal fundings for abortions -- the Hyde Amendment.  True, they allowed funding to PP, but its use was limited to evils other than abortion.  They also prevented abortions at federal facilities like VA hospitals.

Second, Bush 2 had only two Supreme Court openings -- Rehnquist and OConnor.  He replaced them with Roberts and Alito.  That is a net gain on the pro life issue, as evidenced by the Supreme Court upholding the partial birth ban in the Sup Ct case in 2007; the Court struck in down 8 years earlier when O'Connor was on the bench.  I know this was a pitifully small cutback on abortion, but it was a win and one the prolife side would have lost had OConnor been on the bench, or had Bush 2 appointed a worse replacement than Alito.  Bush 1 did get snookered on Souter, but he also gave us Thomas, who was far better on these issues than Thurgood Marshall, who Thomas replaced.  Say what you want about Republican presidencies, but (1) they have had some very good Supreme Court nominees (though not enough), and (2) they would be far better than we would have gotten from the Democrats (to wit the most recent Democrat appointments -- Ginsburg, Breyer, Sotomayor).

I know it's fashionable to abuse the Bushes and the Republican Party around here, and they do certainly have their flaws.  But the notion that there is no materials difference between having Republicans in charge or Democrats in charge related to important issues we care about is just not true.  We'll all see how much worse it can be in the next 4 to 8 years. 

And I say this as someone disgusted with the Republicans for losing some great opportunities to lead.
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