Friday, December 19, 2008

More updates about the Abortion Mill (aka Planned Parenthood)

more on info on regulations that protect doctors from forced abortions...
"The president of Planned Parenthood is upset that the Bush administration has given final approval to regulations that help doctors and medical centers pressured to do abortions or refer for them. Cecile Richards appears to admit in an email to financial backers that she wouldn’t hire pro-life staff at her centers.

Richards claimed stopping forced abortions is “limiting the rights of patients to receive complete and accurate reproductive health information when they visit a federally funded health care provider." ...

Richards is also upset that facilities that receive federal funding -- including her Planned Parenthood abortion business -- “will have to certify that they will not refuse to hire nurses and other providers who object to abortion.”

Though Planned Parenthood supposedly maintains a “pro-choice” position on abortion, Richards makes clear her unwillingness to hire pro-life doctors, nurses and medical staff.

“Frankly, I'm livid,” Richards tells supporters in a more candid email confession. “I believe that tricking women when they are most vulnerable is wrong — and the federal government shouldn't pay people to do it.” ...

...and Planned Parenthood doesn't try to trick women when they are most vulnerable??? -their website is full of lies and half truths aimed to trick women when they are vulnerable and need help (see: Planned Parenthood's Many Lies); and that is wrong. What hypocrites.

And Planned Parenthood thinks helping the homeless means offering them abortion and birth control. Homeless women need to be treated as a whole person - not just as a sexual object.
"Thousands of Americans face the challenge of homelessness every day and, while most of them struggle with finding food, shelter or work, Planned Parenthood believes they need something else. The local affiliate of the nation’s largest abortion business in Santa Barbara, California is offering the homeless birth control and abortion. ...

...But Wendy Wright, the president of Concerned Women for America, tells that Planned Parenthood is not providing the kind of basic health care homeless women really need.

“Homeless women have a variety of health needs, but Planned Parenthood does not provide the range of medical care that these women need,” she said. “Women who go through Planned Parenthood’s ‘services’ at this shelter won’t receive the basic care that customary medical clinics (including free clinics) provide.”

“How much better it would be for these women to engage medical personnel who treat the whole woman, instead of those who treat women as sexual objects,” she said."

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