Planned Parenthood Fails Our Daughters Again

It seems like just last month that the Planned Parenthood office in Tucson was in the news for committing crimes by abetting a 15-year-old girl get an abortion behind her parents’ back, with full knowldege that the father was 27 years old.

Oh yeah, it was! Much to nobody’s surprise, Planned Parenthood in Arizona not only did nothing about the Tucson office abuses, it’s up to the same tricks in two offices in Phoenix.

In 2007, $300 million of your tax dollars allowed Planned Parenthood — a non-profit organization — to rake in a profit of over $100 million. They have a budget of over $1 billion (yes, that’s billion with a “B”) and they still can’t manage to obey the laws of the states in which they operate.

Yes, your money pays for young girls getting advice like that in the video above.

When are we going to stop giving our tax dollars to support this travesty? When are we going to require that they obey laws regarding statutory rape? How much is finally enough?

Spread the word; share this video; protect your daughters.

H/T: Michelle Malkin



One Response to Planned Parenthood Fails Our Daughters Again

  1. Gerry Ashley says:

    Did you ever notice how organizations like this try to trivialize what they do by giving themselves names that don’t really describe their actions or behavior? “Planned Parenthood is a prime example. If “Truth in advertising” were to apply to the naming of organizations, they would have to call themselves “Abortions ‘R Us” or “The Parental Bypass Organization.”

    And A.C.O.R.N. would be called just plain “NUTS” (National Urban Turmoil Squad). I’m just sayin’…

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