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“The Facts On Abortion” at Planned Parenthood’s Website

Get the “facts” on abortion, straight from America’s largest abortion provider here.

Abortions are very common. In fact, more than 1 out of 3 women in the U.S. have an abortion by the time they are 45 years old.”

Tragic.  This “everybody is doing it” thing is illegal with cigarettes.  It should be with abortion, too.  The argument against peer pressure marketing with cigarettes was that it could lead to the deaths of children

A link to your “options” if you are pregnant.

This part is rather interesting:

“But beware of so-called “crisis pregnancy centers”. These are fake clinics run by people who are anti-abortion. They often don’t give women all their options. They have a history of scaring women into not having abortions.”

It was well-documented this past spring that the director of a Planned Parenthood here in Texas quit her job, the two major reasons being that 1) she watched an ultrasound abortion being performed and could no longer suppress the truth about what she did for a living and 2) her company was pressuring her to perform more and more abortions in order to garner more profits.  This made it clear to her that her “pro-choice” company was not in the business of helping women, rather they were merely in the business of helping women have abortions in order to line their pocket books.

Yes, crisis pregnancy centers are anti-abortion, but they have nothing to gain financially by trying to dissuade women with unplanned pregnancies away fromending their pregnanciesby killing their unborn children.  Most, if not all, provide their services free-of-charge.  On the other hand, Planned Parenthood has much to gain financially by steering these same women with unplanned pregnancies toward abortion.

The radically anti-crisis pregnancy center page on Planned Parenthood‘s site ends with this:

“No health care provider should pressure you into a decision about your pregnancy. All real family planning clinics will give you information about all your options.
Staff at your local Planned Parenthood health center can help. They can give you information on all of your options  abortion, adoption, and parenting. And they can talk through your options with you so that you can make the decision that is best for you.”

According to Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood director, they should listen to their own advice.  Not only does Planned Parenthood pressure women into having abortions, they pressure their directors into pressuring women into having abortions. According to Planned Parenthood‘s definition of “real family planning clinics,” Planned Parenthood‘s clinics are not “real family planning clinics.”

If you or somebody you know has an unplanned pregnancy, get the “facts on abortion” from somebody who does not have a financial interest in your “private, personal decision.”  Oh, and if you do end up at Planned Parenthood or some other abortion provider, ask them to let you see your ultrasound.  You will pay for the ultrasound, but they will likely refuse to let you see it.  Why?  Because they are not interested in helping women make the best decision by giving them all the necessary information.  They are merely interested in helping women have abortions in order to profit financially.

Just ask Abby Johnson.

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October 12, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

2 Comments »

  1. “These centers

    * may not give you complete and correct information about all your options — abortion, adoption, and parenting
    * may try to frighten you with misleading films and pictures to keep you from choosing abortion
    * may lie to you about the medical and emotional effects of abortion
    * may tell you that you are not pregnant even if you are. This may fool you into continuing your pregnancy without knowing it. If your decision is delayed, it could make abortion more risky. It could also keep you from getting early prenatal care.
    * may discourage you from using certain methods of birth control that are very safe and effective

    Crisis pregnancy centers often pretend to be real health care providers — but many are not. These fake clinics often trick women with false advertising. They may make women think they will be offered unbiased information and a full range of health services.

    Crisis pregnancy centers also sometimes try to trick women by using names that are similar to the names of real reproductive health centers in the neighborhood. Many times, the crisis pregnancy centers are located very close to real reproductive health centers. This makes it easy for women to go to the crisis pregnancy center by mistake.”

    Straight from http://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-topics/pregnancy/standard-21507.htm

    Now who is biased here? Really,….These child killers will stoop to the lowest lows in order to maintain their bottom line. How many CPC’s make a profit off of their pregnancy assistance services? I haven’t found any disclaimers on the Planned Peoplekillers (pun intended)website about their enormous profits from their so-called “reproductive services”.

    Comment by Rebecca M. Brooks | October 13, 2010 | Reply

  2. I’ve been told that only 7/10ths of 1% of women who enter a Planned Parenthood clinic take any other option than abortion. That’s probably a self-selecting figure, since I would imagine most women entering such a clinic are going there for a specific reason, but still, it’s notable.

    Comment by poppies | January 30, 2011 | Reply


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