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Commercial use of aborted baby parts

So  here's a couple of really disgusting byproducts of the abotion industry. I read these about a week apart but they are both related to the commercialization of abortion outside of the operation itself. When babies are considered nothing more than parts...

October Baby - The movie

This looks like a tear-jerker for sure.

"You saw me before I was born." Psalm 139:16 (NLT)

As the curtain rises, Hannah hesitantly steps onto the stage for her theatrical debut in college. Yet before she can utter her first lines, Hannah—unscripted—collapses in front of the stunned audience.

After countless medical tests, all signs point to one underlying factor: Hannah's difficult birth. This revelation is nothing compared to what she then learns from her parents: she was actually adopted … after a failed abortion attempt.

Bewildered, angered, and confused, Hannah turns for support to Jason, her oldest friend. Encouraged by his adventurous spirit, Hannah joins his group of friends on a Spring Break road trip, embarking on a journey to discover her hidden past … and find hope for her unknown future.

In the midst of her incredible journey, Hannah finds that life can be so much more than what you have planned.

The next logical step: after-birth abortion is defended by the Journal of Medical "Ethics"

This update from . It pretty much sums up what I have been mulling on. Where does it stop? According the the cited article, a newborn baby is not yet a person because they are incapable of valuing their own life, and they can therefore be legally killed (infanticide is the word you are searching for).

But when do they become "real" people? Can you take personhood away if you lose the ability to value your existence, say, due to old age or accident? Who makes that decision? It is a very slippery slope.

Hey, if the infant isn’t a person because they can’t attribute value to their own existence and feel loss if that existence is deprived, why stop there? How about the elderly suffering from senile dementia or Alzheimer’s? Surely they’ve lost the capability of attributing value to their existence, so they’re not people by these standards, right? Might as well let their relatives (or the State) snuff them when they become an “unbearable burden.” And what about severely disabled adults, too? I mean, gee, we’d save society all that money in Medicaid support for group homes. After all, they’re not really people.

Planned Parenthood Saturday morning cartoons

This was published back in 1995 but has since been pulled from the PP site. Even though the animation is horrible, I imagine the decision was made based on other appearances, namely that it endorses drowning, blowing up, and brainwashing those who might oppose them or promote an alternative to their agenda. From :

In summation: Planned Parenthood’s Superhero video teaches kids;

  • Parents don’t know as much about healthcare and reproduction as the people at Planned Parenthood.

  • People who protest at abortion clinics are (white) zombies and it’s ok to destroy them.

  • Senators who are pro-life are against the Constitution and boiling them until they see things your way is a good idea.

The video is no longer on the Planned Parenthood websites, but thanks to YouTube, we can bring it to you in all its glory.

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Girl Scouts complaining that cookie sales are down due to rumor tying them to Planned Parenthood

I saw yesterday in our local news and thought back to when the "rumor" first came to my attention ().

The rumor started two years ago and connects the Girl Scouts to Planned Parenthood.

The CEO of the Silver Sage Girl Scouts Council, Shelli Rambo Roberson says the rumor has been fueled by social media sites and blogs, and for some reason, it's gaining traction this year.

Roberson says the rumor started at a global forum in Europe about the status of women in the world.

“Out of that came a rumor that there was some training given to girls from Planned Parenthood, and there is absolutely no merit to that,” said Roberson.

The rumor claims sexually explicit information was given to the Girl Scouts by members of Planned Parenthood.

“There's no partnership or interaction between Girl Scouts and Planned Parenthood,” said Roberson.

Really? Hmm...

Dems as dumbstruck as Repubs when Sebelius denies access to OTC morning-after pill

I still can't believe it. I wonder what the motivation was for the veto? Of course is ticked since they want the option for anyone of any age to abort from pre-conception to birth. via :

In a decision steeped in 2012 politics, President Obama’s top health official on Wednesday overruled government scientists to block wider access to the so-called “morning-after pill.”

The decision to leave in place a requirement that women younger than 17 get a prescription for the drug was a huge surprise to liberal groups and advocates for the Plan B contraceptive, some of whom said they were left “speechless” by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’s involvement.

It came a day after Sebelius traveled to Kansas on Air Force One with the president, but it is unclear whether the two discussed the decision. An administration official was not aware of any conversations about the pill between the two, and said the decision was Sebelius’s alone.

Wednesday was the deadline for the Food and Drug Administration to make a decision about the drug, and the agency’s scientists recommended broader over-the-counter access.

FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg made clear in a statement Wednesday that she agreed with the agency’s scientific reviewers that Plan B should be provided over the counter.

So you want a kid, eh? Where's your permit for that?

From :

A stunning Planned Parenthood document that includes radical ideas such as compulsory abortion and sterilization; special "permits" to have children; penalizing parents; and encouraging homosexuality dovetails with some Obamacare mandates, according to a former Planned Parenthood director.

Abby Johnson,said the document has been around for 40 years but has been virtually ignored.

"When I worked at Planned Parenthood, there was something that we were not allowed to talk about," Johnson said. "If we didn't talk about it, then maybe no one else would either. It was called the "

The document is a memorandum about population control to Population Council President Bernard Berelson from Frederick S. Jaffe, vice president of Planned Parenthood.

It suggests fertility control agents in the water supply; applying a "substantial marriage tax" as well as a "child tax"; taxing married couples more than singles; eliminating maternity leaves or benefits; removing child care facilities and then requiring women to work; compulsory abortion and sterilizations; and a "stock certificate type permit for children."

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by Dr. Radut