Tim Tapp
by on July 6, 2018
The Republicans are currently working to keep, what was to most of them, a campaign promise. The de-funding of Planned Parenthood has been talked about by Christians and Conservatives since the first of tax-payer dollars made their way to the eugenics-based organization disguised as a women’s health provider. While Christians are clear on their moral reasons and Conservatives have made compelling financial arguments for not supporting the Margaret Sanger founded abortion provider, for some reason the political left has insisted that our federal government should continue to fork over millions of dollars a year.
Planned Parenthood for years now have been playing accounting games in order to show documentation that no American tax dollars are being spent on the abortions themselves. I would suggest that any dollar spent on any part of the organization simply allows more dollars from other, private sources to be used for abortions, therefore, all the dollars still go to help pay for the ending of innocent lives. American leftist still claim that PP does “so much more than abortions” but it doesn’t take long looking at PP’s own numbers see a very different truth. Planned Parenthood’s most recent annual report shows increases in abortions and taxpayer funding and decreases in contraception, breast exams, and overall patient numbers. PP remains the largest abortion provider in the United States, having performed 328,348 abortions of unborn babies. Meanwhile, the abortion chain received more taxpayer funding. The report shows Planned Parenthood received $554.6 million, up from $553.7 million the previous year.
Forget the racist, eugenics beginnings of Planned Parenthood, (Margaret Sanger is on record saying her “birth-control” efforts were meant to rid us of black people and other undesirables), and ask yourself why would an organization that receives so much money in the form of private donations that the nearly half billion dollars from the federal government would hardly be missed still requires such veracious defending by Democratic politicians? Every time the idea of our government ending it’s “meager” support for the illegal traffickers of embryotic tissue the false narratives about reproductive rights, women’s health, a woman’s right to choose, and the Republican’s War on Women all come out to be used as a club to silence anyone say that it’s time to end our subsidizing the murder of the unborn.
Nancy Pelosi, my personal shock that the Catholic hasn’t already excommunicated her aside, has now sunk to a new low in the battle to protect the abortion-mill. She now claims that Republicans are dishonoring God in their effort to end the practice of handing the practitioners of child sacrifice tax-payer funds. Her reasoning, (and it’s a stretch to call it that) “… So, this is God’s creation, we have a real responsibility to it…to minister to the needs of God’s creation is an act of worship. To ignore those needs is to dishonor the God who made us…”. That’s right, Nancy Pelosi believes that PP is God’s creation and that it is doing God’s will and that we are obligated, as an act of faith, to support it. I can’t quite square that with what I know about the God of the Bible (which I’m pretty sure is the God that the Catholic Church worships) nor can I quite understand how someone who claims to be a practicing Catholic could make such an outrageous statement.
Putting Dr. Sharon Schuetz’s suggestion that Pelosi now worships Moloch (not saying she is wrong, just putting it aside for the moment) there are sadly just a few options that make any sense. The first possibility being that Nancy has been noticing that evangelicals have been showing up at the polls much more the last two election cycles and she thinks she can somehow lure them in with her talk of God. The next possibility being that she simply knows her base and is desperate to instill the notion of normalcy of abortion among the religious, although it is entirely possible that she is merely trying to convince herself that she hasn’t sold her soul to win elections. Then there is, to my mind, the saddest of them all; the possibility that Rep. Pelosi has become so far removed from her faith that she might actually believe what she said. In an attempt to attack Republicans she has revealed that she no longer seems to have a grasp on the most basic of tenets of any denomination of the Christian faith… the sanctity of life.
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