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Breakdown of Black Families in U.S. Linked to Planned Parenthood

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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 04:23 AM
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Breakdown of Black Families in U.S. Linked to Planned Parenthood’s Birth Control Campaign, Experts Say




(CNSNews.com) – Planned Parenthood’s birth-control campaign in black neighborhoods with low-income residents is partly to blame for the breakdown of the black family and today’s epidemic of out-of-wedlock births, single parent households, sexually transmitted diseases, absent fathers, and high abortion rates, according to panelists who spoke last week at the Frederick Douglass Foundation’s annual conference in Washington, D.C.

According to the Guttmacher Institute's report, Characteristics of U.S. Abortion Patients, 2008, non-Hispanic black women accounted for 30 percent of abortions. The Census Bureau states that blacks made up 12.9 percent of the U.S. population in 2009.

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The more that comes out about Planned Parenthood, the more nefarious it gets..

If you look at the statistics, there is nothing "Parent" about PP... They are a Pro Abortion Organization .. PERIOD

Now I am NOT in favor of criminalizing abortion as I suppose I am a realist and if it is made criminal, abortions will go back to being performed in alleys with coat hangers...I am also NOT Pro Abortion and would never advocate it..

The effects this organization has had on a wonderful and rich culture like the Black Culture, is criminal to say the least...

I'm just shocked to see it laid out like this..

Semper




posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 04:33 AM
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I would have thought that centuries of dehumanisation, ghettoisation, and socio-economic exclusion may also have
had something to do with it, although from what I hear, this organisation certainly seems to be causing more problems than it solves.

To a certain extent you see it here in england too. Certain ethnic "community leaders" have a vested interest in leading the fight whilst maintaining the status quo, because if they do obtain true equality, then they gradually assimilate, and the "community leaders" suddenly find they've no-one to lead.



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 05:00 AM
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...said that when she was a college student in the 1960s, birth control and abortion allowed a generation to have sex without the consequences that women faced before birth control was commonplace.


Which is a bad thing because... ???

To the topic - PP targets more poor areas. And there is nothing wrong with PP targeting more poor communities, since thats what its for - to provide cheap reproductive health services to those who could not afford it. And if statistically more poor people are black, so what? Should PP deny them abortions because of their race, or forcing white people to abort their babies to meet some quota? Correlation does not imply causation, and also intent.


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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 05:32 AM
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You can't blame Planned Parenthood for the breakdown of Black Families, but you can blame a lack of education.
Planned Parenthood is a system/resource that is in place for some of these individuals who choose to not use their brains when having unprotected sex whether it be in or out of wedlock. The lack of education in the lower income and higher crime areas is, in my opinion, more to blame.

Lets just say for the sake of looking at this from both sides, that it is planned parenthood.
Lets remove PP from the neighborhoods. What happens next. More births, but you will have more abandonement. Mothers will have these children and the fathers will leave. Or mothers will have children and both mother and father will leave the baby. So, no abortion, but now a bigger problem. Child goes into foster home and or adopted. Nonetheless, the child will be without biological parents. Its the system, the machine and its an animal. Lower income families and people will continue to have sex.

Look at countries in Africa: Nigeria, Botswana, Sudan. I wouldn't even consider bringing a child into that environment, but because there is no birth control or education system in place you have rampant AIDS and many births in what most would consider a lesser environment from modern day standards.

I realize I am starting to go off track, but in the end I don't believe its planned parenthood. Its a useful system if used correctly and properly.

M



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 05:40 AM
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...so it's planned parenthood's fault instead of the fault of their economic situations...

And frankly, there's nothing to show that these families would have done better with additional children. Furthermore, and nobody can stress this enough because people always gloss over it, the majority of the services provided by planned parenthood involve prenatal care.



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 06:11 AM
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And frankly, there's nothing to show that these families would have done better with additional children.


Yes, probably the opposite is true. Even now they have lower incomes and more children than average.
More children with the same income = less money per person, less quality of life for all. It was their choice to have an abortion, after all.


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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 06:21 AM
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according to panelists who spoke last week at the Frederick Douglass Foundation’s annual conference in Washington, D.C.



Patrick Fagan, director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute at the Family Research Council



According to the Guttmacher Institute's report, Characteristics of U.S. Abortion Patients,



Frederick Douglass conference panelist Patricia Funderburk Ware, president and CEO of PFW Consultants Inc., and the former director of the Office of Adolescent Pregnancy Programs at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in the George W. Bush administration,


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Feel free to argue with them if you feel you are qualified..

Me?

I'll go with the experts.. Not someones opinion..

Semper



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 07:42 AM
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Those are no experts at all, but lobbyists with an agenda:


Family Research Council:
Christian organization promoting the traditional family unit and the Judeo- Christian value system upon which it is built.


en.wikipedia.org...




1. Patricia Funderburk Ware In 2001, Bush named abstinence-only proponent Patricia Funderburk Ware to be Executive Director of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA). Ware's qualifications for the job of promoting "effective prevention of HIV disease" included criticizing condom use and lobbying against HIV/AIDS being in the Americans With Disabilities Act. Two years later, Ware recommended that a controversial character named Jerry Thacker join the PACHA panel. Thacker has called AIDS a "gay plague" and homosexuality a "deathstyle." Amid public protest, Thacker soon withdrew his nomination and Ware left her PACHA post.


www.heatherwokusch.com...



Frederick Douglass Foundation:


The Core Pillars of the Foundation "Devoted Christians - Proud Americans - Active Republicans" WE BELIEVE IN THE SANCTITY OF HUMAN LIFE AND THE PROTECTION OF TRADITIONAL MARRIAGE


www.frederickdouglassfoundation.com...


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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 07:51 AM
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Margaret Sanger's goal in helping to found PP was population control on "undesirables." In her mind that was minorities. She is someone Hillary Clinton admires as an early 20th century progressive.

I love it when ppl refer to abortions as "reproductive health services." Hahaha, that cracks me up. Talk about propaganda and cherry coating! The states had laws on the books before Roe allowing abortions involving a woman's health and incest.



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 08:05 AM
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Guns kill a disproportionate amount of blacks. Does that mean that there is a conspiracy among gun manufacturers to exterminate blacks? Here, read this article about where such absurd line of thought leads:

www.salon.com...



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 10:08 AM
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Originally posted by minigunner
You can't blame Planned Parenthood for the breakdown of Black Families, but you can blame a lack of education.
Planned Parenthood is a system/resource that is in place for some of these individuals who choose to not use their brains when having unprotected sex whether it be in or out of wedlock. The lack of education in the lower income and higher crime areas is, in my opinion, more to blame.

Lets just say for the sake of looking at this from both sides, that it is planned parenthood.
Lets remove PP from the neighborhoods. What happens next. More births, but you will have more abandonement. Mothers will have these children and the fathers will leave. Or mothers will have children and both mother and father will leave the baby. So, no abortion, but now a bigger problem. Child goes into foster home and or adopted. Nonetheless, the child will be without biological parents. Its the system, the machine and its an animal. Lower income families and people will continue to have sex.

Look at countries in Africa: Nigeria, Botswana, Sudan. I wouldn't even consider bringing a child into that environment, but because there is no birth control or education system in place you have rampant AIDS and many births in what most would consider a lesser environment from modern day standards.

I realize I am starting to go off track, but in the end I don't believe its planned parenthood. Its a useful system if used correctly and properly.

M


So you support eugenics? Do you know PP is a nazi/eugenics front organization.



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 10:21 AM
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So you support eugenics? Do you know PP is a nazi/eugenics front organization.


Yeah, and their evil agenda is to provide reproduction health advice and services to the poor or disadvantaged. Those fascists!


Their fuhrer probably looks something like this:

trywalkingonwater.com...
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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 11:52 AM
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It's been shown that in countries where women have more rights, access to healthcare, jobs, education, they also have fewer children. So by the christian fanatic position, we should be getting rid of jobs, education, and rights for black women because if not then they are going to have fewer babies.



Anti-abortionists misused data and facts. The cornerstone of their genocide theory is that black women have had fewer children over a number of years. In fact, women of all races have fewer children when they have increased access to reproductive health services and educational and job opportunities.

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And it's not that abortion providers are located in just black neighborhoods, they service poor people who would otherwise not be able to afford reproductive care. Over 95% of the care PP offers is reproductive care such as ultrasounds, prenatal care, pap smears, STD and cancer screening and contraception services. Planned Parenthood does a lot more to prevent abortions than any of the fanatical christian organizations do combined...but again, these people like to mis-use facts and spout off religious propaganda.


Another anti-abortion tactic is to claim that abortion clinics are "always" located in African American communities, especially by Planned Parenthood. In Georgia, we were able to easily refute this claim by presenting demographic data, proving that only four of the 15 abortion clinics in our state are in predominantly black neighborhoods.
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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 03:35 PM
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ah yes the anti-christian (Jesus Christ was a man born of a woman not a "religion") Bolshevik bloodshedding multi$$-fanged worldwide sacrificial death promoting pyramid scheme machine..THAT HARMS MOSTLY YOUNG WOMEN and obviously mankind..."legalized" in 1920 just after these "rulers" slaughtered (I've read) 60-100 million believers, where's the museum "shepherds"?

thanks for bringing this to attention semper

One third of abortions are performed on teenagers without their parents’ knowledge or consent.


Why, after over twenty years of legal abortion, do Americans--including young women for whom abortion has always been legal--still have a negative moral view of abortion?

The answer to this question is the same at it was two decades ago. In 1971, the editors of California Medicine wrote in support of legalized abortion, but noted that the moral view underlying this change would only slowly be adopted.

Since the old [Judeo-Christian] ethic [of the sanctity of life] has not yet been fully displaced [by the new ethic which places relative rather than absolute value on human lives] it has been necessary to separate the idea of abortion from the idea of killing, which continues to be socially abhorrent. The result has been a curious avoidance of the scientific fact, which everyone really knows, that human life begins at conception and is continuous whether intra- or extra-uterine until death. The very considerable semantic gymnastics which are required to rationalize abortion as anything but taking a human life would be ludicrous if they were not often put forth under socially impeccable auspices. It is suggested that this schizophrenic sort of subterfuge is necessary because while a new ethic is being accepted the old one has not yet been rejected. (2) [Italics added]

With an honesty often missing from the current abortion debate, the pro-choice editors of California Medicine affirm that "everyone really knows" that human life begins at conception. Everyone knows it. Every denial is simply "semantic gymnastics" offered by "socially impeccable auspices" to ease our way.

Sitting in the abortion clinic waiting room, this truth rides uneasily beneath the surface of silent submission. No one dares to speak it, but all know it. Even young children can understand this simple truth.
afterabortion.org...



It is certainly no secret that this sort of self-policing never works in environments where large amounts of money are involved. In this case, the result is that the corpses of children killed by elective abortion are now marketed like old car parts salvaged from the local junkyard. Rhetoric like "site fees," "donations," and "retrieval reimbursement costs" are simply code words designed to conceal that fact. www.lifedynamics.com...

Who's having abortions (marital status)?
64.4% of all abortions are performed on never-married womenwww.mswm.org..

Deaths of pregnant women, he explains, will be blamed on unsafe abortion and the lack of reproductive rights. So abortion activists are trying to wed that with maternal death numbers, which, according to Meaney, "doesn't work scientifically speaking, but it's very useful for propaganda purposes." He explains that the countries involved are often pro-life, but they face strong economic pressures to bow to abortion forces. "The major donors for health projects tend to also be very much on the pro-abortion side, and so there's something of an exchange that goes on," the HLI spokesman reports. www.onenewsnow.com...

Maternal Death Rate Lowest in Abortion Free Ireland
by David Schmidt on February 9th, 2010
Where is the maternal death rate lowest? Ireland, where human abortion is a crime against humanity. liveaction.org...

Women considering elective surgery, such as abortion, consider all information about physical or psychological risks to be very relevant to their decisions. Fully 95 percent of patients wished to be informed of all risks statistically associated with a procedure, even if the causal connection between the procedure and risk has not been fully proven. (This finding is especially relevant to abortion providers who assert that, without proof that abortion directly causes problems such as depression or breast cancer, women would prefer not to be given such "worrisome" and "unnecessary" information.)(19) Journal of Medical Ethics, 2006

A number of studies have been done recently that document abortion's harm to women. This is a collection of them. www.clinicquotes.com...



In her testimony before a Senate subcommittee in 2004, Dr. Elizabeth Shadigan testified that “abortion increases rates of breast cancer, placenta previa, pre-term births, and maternal suicide.... Statistically, all types of deaths are higher with women who have had induced abortions.”*

“Abortion has completely failed as a social policy designed to aid women,” writes Serrin Foster, president of Feminists for Life. “It is a reflection that we have failed women.”*

over 80 percent say they would have carried to term under better circumstances or with the support of loved ones , over 60 percent report having felt "forced" to have the abortion by others or circumstances, and approximately 40 percent were still hoping to discover some alternative to abortion when going for counseling at the abortion clinic.

Perhaps one reason for the strong abortion/suicide link exists in the fact that in many ways abortion is like suicide. A person who threatens suicide is actually crying out for help. So are women who contemplate abortion. Both are in a state of despair. Both are lonely. Both feel faced by insurmountable odds.

Like the suicide clinics described above, abortion clinics also exploit desperate people. They promise to release clients from the darkness of their despair. They appeal to our consumer society's demand for instant solutions to all our problems. They pose as places of compassion, but they are actually reaping huge profits through the harvest of the lonely, frightened, and confused people who are "unwanted" by society. In place of life, they offer the "compassion" of death.

Granting the wish for suicide or abortion is not an aid to desperate people. It is abandonment. It is a false compassion that protects us from getting entangled in the "personal problems" of others. It is "cheap love." www.abortionfacts.com

(updated April 2010)
A report released by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) shows that the suicide rate among teen girls and young women has tripled in the past 25 years, despite an overall drop in suicide rates across the United States.

NIH reports that suicide is now the third leading cause of death among American young people, and the sixth leading cause of death for children between the ages of 5 and 14 www.physiciansforlife.org...

It is also worth noting the suicide rate among women in China is the highest in the world. Indeed, 56 percent of all female suicides occur in China, mostly among young rural women.(12) It is also the only country where more women die from suicide than men. For women under 45, the suicide rate is twice as high as that of Chinese men. Government officials are reported to be at a loss for an explanation..Given the known link between abortion and suicide, can there be any doubt that maternally-oriented Chinese women who are coerced by their families and communities to participate in these atrocities are more likely to commit suicide? www.abortiontv.com...

"The data clearly shows what we have long suspected: that abortion is harmful rather than helpful to women," said Elliot Institute director Dr. David Reardon, one of several researchers working on the study..example, found that women who had abortions were three-and-a-half times more likely to die within the next year as women who carried their pregnancies to term..They also presented studies that found higher rates of depression, mental illness, miscarriages and substance abuse among post-abortive women compared to women who gave birth www.afterabortion.org...

A conspiracy of silence seems to surround the well-documented excess of suicide deaths among women with a history of abortion.Dr. Barry Garfinkel, head of the University of Minnesota's Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department, surveyed teenagers to determine what factors contributed to depression, stress, and thoughts of suicide. The study found that girls who had abortions were four times as likely to attempt suicide as girls who had not aborted.
"Suicide More Likely Among Aborted Teens" National Right to Life News 4 Apr. 2, 1987

For many women, it is a life changing event with significant physical, emotional, and spiritual consequences. Most women who struggle with past abortions say that they wish they had been told all of the facts about abortion and its risks




There is only one set of facts, only one embryology book is studied in medical school. The more scientific knowledge of fetal development that has been learned, the more science has confirmed that the beginning of any one human individual’s life, biologically speaking, begins at the completion of the union of his father’s sperm and his mother’s ovum, a process called "conception," "fertilization" or "fecundation." This is so be-cause this being, from fertilization, is alive, human, sexed, complete and growing.

If there is one absolutely essential function of a nation or state, it is to protect the lives of those who live within its boundaries. In order to carry out this solemn duty it must first ask and answer when the life of its people begins. www.abortionfacts.com...

Mr. President:
As physicians, we, the undersigned, are pleased to associate ourselves with you in drawing the attention of people across the nation to the humanity and sensitivity of the human unborn
That the unborn, the prematurely born, and the newborn of the human species is a highly complex, sentient, functioning, individual organism is established scientific fact. That the human unborn and newly born do respond to stimuli is also established beyond any reasonable doubt.
The ability to feel pain and respond to it is clearly not a phenomenon that develops de novo at birth. Indeed, much of enlightened modern obstetrical practice and procedure seeks to minimize sensory deprivation of, and sensory insult to, the fetus during, at, and after birth. Over the last 18 years, real time ultrasonography, fetoscopy, study of the fetal EKG (electrocardiogram) and fetal EEG (electroencephalogram) have demonstrated the remarkable responsiveness of the human fetus to pain, touch, and sound. That the fetus responds to changes in light intensity within the womb, to heat, to cold, and to taste (by altering the chemical nature of the fluid swallowed by the fetus) has been exquisitely documented in the pioneering work of the late Sir William Liley -- the father of fetology. www.mpomerle.com...

Whose testimony is more reliable, those who have a financial interest in the availability of abortion or those who don't? Ethically speaking, who is going to be less likely to lie, those who believe dismembering living human beings is a legitimate medical practice or those who don't?

Sir Albert Lilley, widely considered the "Father of Fetology", and unabashedly pro-life (as anyone with his vast knowledge of fetal development should be) makes some remarkable statements about fetal pain in an interview he conducted for the book The Tiniest Humans www.abort73.com...

"The Father of Modern Genetics" Testifies

Dr. Jerome Lejeune, known as "The Father of Modern Genetics," also testified that human life begins at conception before the Louisiana Legislature's House Committee on the Administration of Criminal Justice on June 7, 1990.

Dr. Lejeune explained that within three to seven days after fertilization we can determine if the new human being is a boy or a girl. "At no time," Dr. Lejeune said, "is the human being a blob of protoplasm. As far as your nature is concerned, I see no difference between the early person that you were at conception and the late person which you are now. You were, and are, a human being."

Dr. Hymie Gordon, Chairman of the Department of Genetics at the Mayo Clinic, said: "By all the criteria of modern molecular biology, life is present from the moment of conception."

Dr. McCarthy de Mere, a medical doctor and law professor at the University of Tennessee, testified: "The exact moment of the beginning of personhood and of the human body is at the moment of conception."
www.prolife.com

When considered alongside the law of biogenesis – that every species reproduces after its own kind – we can draw only one conclusion in regard to abortion. No matter what the circumstances of conception, no matter how far along in the pregnancy, abortion always ends the life of an individual human being.



The book,Fatherhood Aborted: The Profound Effects of Abortion on Men by Guy Condon and David Hazard, includes the following:
Aftershocks of Male Post-abortion Trauma:

Suicidal ideation: We do now know how common this is, but it does occur especially in the fathers who wanted the child.

Some men discuss becoming involved with pornography and sexual addictions following an abortion loss.

When men identify the issue that is troubling them after an abortion experience, it is named as the loss of fatherhood. www.menandabortion.info...

about half of all abortion-seeking women generally have a man sitting by in the clinic or doctor's waiting room
males offers a remarkable opportunity to make rapid gains - common ground gains - in reducing the frequency and toll of abortions

Abortion has many victims, and one of them is the father of the child.

The laws of the United States do not acknowledge the right a father to stop the abortion of his own child, but rather place that act solely within the decision of the mother.

This raises a multitude of problems.

On the one hand, the father who wants to defend the life of his child is often accused of meddling in something that is not his business.

On the other hand, the father who wants to leave the (mistaken) decision of abortion in the hands of the mother alone is often accused of being uncaring and distant.
www.priestsforlife.org...



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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 03:58 PM
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Not really sure what the organizational philosophy of Planned Parenthood is today, but if you google Margaret Sanger, she had some rather radical viewpoints on eugenics, blacks and other 'undesirables'.



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 04:15 PM
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With these articles blaming Planned Parenthood for the downfall of certain groups, you would think they go around neighborhoods and force people to get abortions at gun point.

It is every woman's choice whether she wants to go to Planned Parenthood and get an abortion or not. Just because a certain service is available, doesn't mean everyone must use it. It's my choice to go pick up a bottle of vodka from the local Liquor store. It's my choice to buy a 2,000 calorie hamburger from the local McDonalds. It's my choice to buy a pack of cigarettes at the local gas station. It's my choice to make good or bad decisions. Am I a smoker? An alcoholic? Am I obese? Nope. Why? Because I make the type of decisions that are right for me. My decisions are based on the moral values that were instilled in me, and I've learned from the mistakes that others have made. If your parents instill in you that abortion is wrong, or if they teach you to be very careful and stay protected during sex, you will have no need for Planned Parenthood.

I get a little tired of people trying to blame their mistakes and problems on others, especially when clearly they have a choice to make their own decisions. I've never seen Planned Parenthood campaign in neighborhoods or giving - Buy one, and get the second abortion half off! - deals. Maybe they exist, but I haven't seen any. I've lived in rough neighborhoods, driven through others. I could be wrong about the ads, but if they do exist they must be very few and far between.



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 04:36 PM
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Taken all together, we have 401 million deaths over nearly 2000 years of war and barbarism. Just for the sake of argument, let’s add another 10%, or 40 million, to cover margins of error, and other wars. This would bring our total to 441 million deaths over the last 20 centuries.

Now, what about abortion? At the low end of the Guttmacher scale, even if we ignore all abortions done prior to 1980 when accurate numbers are a little more difficult to ascertain, abortion accounts for more than twice the number of deaths by war! In just the last 25 years, the ghastly toll for abortion has totaled over 900 million dead babies. Taking the more probable mean average, the toll rises to well over 1 billion babies; or nearly three times the amount of deaths due to war. www.covenantnews.com


white women obtain 60% of all abortions, their abortion rate is well below that of minority women. Black women are more than 3 times as likely as white women to have an abortion, and Hispanic women are roughly 2 times as likely. www.mswm.org...


98% of abortions are for reasons other than rape, incest, or the mother’s life.




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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 04:37 PM
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I am neither for, nor against Planned Parenthood. I am male, and it really doesn't affect me per se.

What I do find interesting is the legal gobbledygook surrounding abortion. The following site lists every states civil code on the murder/manslaughter of a fetus in utero:

www.ncsl.org...

In many stated you can be charged with manslaughter or murder on a fetus. My confusion comes into play where the anti-abortion crowd says it's alive and the abortion crowd says it's not alive until it exits the mother.

Well fine and dandy, as I said, as a male I don't really care about abortion either way, it's not something I will experience. But some clarification to the paradoxes involved in the whole topic would be nice.

Why is the fetus 'alive' when the drunk driver is charged with vehicular homicide on said fetus, but not alive when the mother wants to go have it vacuumed out?

This is the kind of legal mumbo-jumbo surrounding abortion and the unborn that I don't get....


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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 04:40 PM
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Well? if the ladies depicted in the stats, would keep them legs closed, maybe we wouldn't have this problem, not to mention, the burden on the tax payer to provide welfare checks. Its a well known fact, that the minorities play the system..the more kids..the more $$$$$!

Eradicate social welfare, and there would no longer be the need to kick out kids. As for abortion, I think if both parties, ( meaning man and woman ) agree to sucha procedure, then i guess ok.



posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 04:40 PM
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I hear a little more then half the black fetuses are aborted...
margret Sanger called black folks weeds
as in exterminate
its called left cover
cover for
eugenics
which BTW
Hitler accredited the US and Btitian for teaching him



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