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Article posted: 12/18/2012 5:00 AM

Tax funds shouldn't pay for abortions

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Tax funds shouldn't pay for abortions

Let's set the record straight about Planned Parenthood providing mammograms once and for all. After President Obama's debate gaffe that they do, PP announced that they do not have mammography equipment in any of their clinics -- they only do referrals. For 96 years, Planned Parenthood, the largest abortion provider in the world, has been actively spreading their founder Margaret Sanger's philosophy of promoting uninhibited sexual activity, avoiding the natural result of sexual activity by championing "birth control" drugs and devices and preventing the birth of "defectives," as Sanger was an activist member of the American Eugenics Society.

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Today, PP does 27 percent of the abortions in the United States and has ended the lives of over 6 million beings in its own facilities since 1970. At the same time, it collected over $6 billion in taxpayer money. It claims that 3 percent of its business is abortions, and yet 37 percent of revenue was generated last year by abortion centers as opposed to 28 percent from private donations and 33 percent from government grants.

Eugenics is still their goal as the 1990s revealed that 43 percent of its abortions were on black women and other minorities, who only make up 22 percent of the population. Another goal is to be the largest provider of its own controversial "sex ed" programs to schools, churches and public institutions, which studies have proved has resulted in an explosion of teen pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases for the past 50 years. The tragic legacy of Planned Parenthood is sex and death, fornication and murder accepted as normal, and the promotion of black and minority genocide.

Abortion is not health care! Please join me and millions of Americans who support the defunding of Planned Parenthood.

Arlene Sawicki

South Barrington

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