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Komen had reasons to cut Planned Parenthood

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Posted: Saturday, March 3, 2012 12:00 am

How shocking to see the Susan G. Komen Foundation give $650,000 to Planned Parenthood last year, the largest provider of abortions (more than 300,000 in 2010), with annual revenues exceeding $1 billion. At an average of $500, that translates into about $164 million of revenue per year. These donations were expected to fund breast cancer research.

They were defunding Planned Parenthood because it has been under congressional and criminal investigations by attorneys general, local prosecutors and various regulatory agencies in Arizona, Indiana, Alabama, Kansas and Texas for allegations including failure to report criminal child sex abuse, misuse of health care and family-planning funds, and failure to comply with parental-involvement laws regarding abortion.

The dirty little secret is most underaged girls are impregnated by older men, which is statutory rape requiring reporting to the authorities.

Sue Thayer, former manager of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Storm Lake, Iowa where the telemed abortion scheme was implemented in 2008, said the lower overhead associated with telemed abortions made them a mega-moneymaker even though they increased health and safety risks. Telemed abortions were the experimental practice of distributing abortion pills over a video conferencing connection. She described "abortion quotas" every clinic was ordered to meet, and how abortion revenues accounted for 46 percent of the operating budget. When she voiced concerns about telemed abortions, she was "let go."

The Northern Illinois Women's Center in Rockford was ordered closed by the state. Inspectors found filthy surgical equipment and other nasty conditions that forced permanent closure.

The New Mexico Medical Board is investigating botched abortions at two Albuquerque abortion mills after 14 women were rushed to the hospital.

Disciplinary hearings for 10 Texas abortionists are being held before the Texas Medical Board for committing a wide range of violations of the law.

Four abortionists from Pennsylvania are going to jail in the House of Horror case that rocked Philadelphia.

After a 16-month Grand Jury investigation, abortionists Steven Chase Brigham and Nicola Irene Riley have been arrested and charged with murder for the deaths of viable babies at an illegal secret abortion clinic in Elkton, Md.

So much for the "legal, safe and rare" abortions touted by the fanatic Planned Parenthooders!

Phyllis Roche

Lodi

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