American Holocaust: Planned Parenthood Kills 329,445 Babies In One Year Using $487.4 Million In Taxpayer Funds

(CNSnews) According to its latest annual report, the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) received $487.4 million in tax dollars over a twelve-month period and performed 329,455 abortions.


48 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Kim
    Jan 04, 2012 @ 17:22:28

    In addition, the number of adoption referrals made by the organization continued to decline.


  2. Sherry
    Jan 04, 2012 @ 17:30:55

    What frauds.


  3. Dawgbert
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 06:33:55

    Kim I hope I do not get to biblical on your board.
    But, I look to the bible when it comes to abortion.
    I use to think abortion was alright until my eyes
    were opened. Abortion is murder plain and simple.
    Jeremiah. 1:5. Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you.
    Psalm 139:13-16. For You formed my inward parts; You wove me in my mother’s womb.


    • Kim
      Jan 05, 2012 @ 07:42:40

      Along with your scripture is the plain truth that birth control and personal responsibility should always come before murder


  4. Dawgbert
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 07:59:22

    Kim, when I lived in Atlanta I use to go to a large
    evangelical church. One Sunday night they had
    a women who use to work at an abortion clinic.
    Her story about what went on in the clinic stunned
    me. I am not weak of heart but, I wanted to cry after
    she told of the horrors she had witnessed.


  5. Kim
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 08:08:49

    And those horror stories barely scratch the surface, Dawg. The best part is the fact that it’s legal



  6. Kim
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 10:21:45

    Responding to the numbers, the pro-life group said: “This new data confirms Planned Parenthood’s position as the largest U.S. abortion provider and shows that more than ten terminations are performed for every instance of prenatal care provided. Furthermore, Planned Parenthood aborted 391 children for every adoption referral made in 2010. This data covers all Planned Parenthood affiliates within the United States.”


  7. Dawgbert
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 11:31:54

    OMG Kim,
    Restyled Casey Anthony Makes Video Debut: ‘Things Are Looking Up’–abc-news.html


  8. Dawgbert
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 11:35:52


    • Kim
      Jan 05, 2012 @ 11:49:34





    • Kim
      Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:07:05

      She doesn’t mention the murder trial in the video that was posted on a website called as well as YouTube.

      A woman who posted the video on YouTube said she doesn’t know where it originated — she found several links to the clip on various Facebook pages and said she pulled the video from one of those links.


      • Kim
        Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:08:29

        Bill Sheaffer, who provided legal analysis for WFTV-Channel 9 during the Anthony murder trial, called the video a “Casey Anthony classic.”

        “I think she’s narcissistic and that comes out in the video,” he said. “She talks about how she is doing and how her life is taking a turn and it’s all about her. It’s not anything about her parents, her dead child or the misery and pain that her actions caused a great number of people.”

        He said he’s not surprised she selected the video-diary format.

        “She doesn’t subject herself to any examination, even on a superficial level,” he said. “It’s out now for two reasons: First, [former prosecutor] Jeff Ashton’s book doesn’t paint a flattering picture of her. Second, she has always been a social person. She’s not a loner. This is the first step in putting herself out there and trying to find someone who doesn’t hate her and will socialize with her.”

      • Dawgbert
        Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:13:22

        Thanks Kim.

      • Kim
        Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:21:29

        Thanks for the links, Dawg!

        I will make a post tonight about it!!

  9. FU
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 11:42:38

    Hello all this is wonderful. JMHO

    Something far above and more deserving then Casey resurfacing.

    The song has become the fastest-selling single in Britain in the last three years. It sold 556,000 copies in the last week, more than the rest of the top 12 combined. And it’s not the work of a teen pop sensation or even a “professional” musician. Rather, it came from a bunch of military wives singing their hearts out. And the result is nothing short of tear-jerking & spectacular.

    “This is so surreal. Who would have guessed in those first rehearsals that we could take Christmas Number 1″ the choir’s director, Gareth Malone, told the Telegraph. He formed the group for a BBC singing competition called, “The Choir.”

    And they all stuck singing gold.

    The song is called “Wherever You Are,” & the video features not only the song, but a behind-the-scenes look at the song’s recording:

    Understandably, the patchwork group of singers has captivated Britain. The Daily Mail’s Melanie Phillips tries to put into words why:

    As a TV program, The Choir shone out from the dross of reality TV & all the tawdry & vulgar shows that pass for entertainment on the box. Yet this three-part series was broadcast only as a niche program on BBC2.

    And even now the BBC doesn’t seem to appreciate quite what a gem it has created, by tucking away a condensed 90-minute version late last Thursday evening. Surely it should have been elevated instead to the Christmas or Boxing Day schedules.


    • savannahsnanny
      Jan 05, 2012 @ 16:46:39

      You Shared a wonderful and BEAUTIFUL video.


  10. Dawgbert
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 11:52:24

    Thanks FU I am crying.


  11. Kim
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 11:53:29

    My FU!!!!!!

    We need to post this on facebook and make it go viral


  12. FU
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:05:31

    Dawgbert I’m still crying and i’m at work. They sure are giving me strange looks. LOL

    Kim post it on face book I can’t get on with my gov computer and I’m waiting for them to ship me my new laptop. So go ahead.


  13. Kim
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:10:37

    The Casey Anthony video diary was a top story on noon newscasts.

    WFTV-Channel 9’s Kathi Belich did some counting. “The video is four minutes, 16 seconds long. Some of her words have been edited out, others have been muted out,” Belich said. “She used the word ‘I’ 48 times in those four minutes and says she might get off probation early.”


  14. Dawgbert
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:21:44

    How could she be bleach blond in October when she
    was in jail? Another Bozo attempt to test the waters.


  15. Kim
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:24:27

    She can be bleach blonde now and brunette in half an hour, Dawg


  16. Dawgbert
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:30:33

    Kim, I hate to say it but I hate the little felon.


  17. Kim
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 12:31:53

    she turns my stomach


  18. Kim
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 13:25:24

    Just remember watching the video gives it hits and they are counting those hits


  19. Theou
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 16:04:31

    Let’s get down to brass tacks: Presidential candidate Rick Santorum, Personhood Pledge-signing, Griswold vs. Connecticut-opposing, Mr. Ban Abortion in All Circumstances With No Exception for the Life of the Mother, believes that the actions of his own wife should be treated as criminal. Why? Because, back in 1996, his wife had a procedure that resulted in the deliberate death of her fetus, even though it was a matter of saving her own life.

    Karen Santorum’s difficult pregnancy and resultant life-saving, induced early delivery is no secret; in a 2004 interview with NPR’s Terry Gross, her husband characterized the 1996 procedure as a harrowing but necessary. Karen, in her 19th week of pregnancy, received a risky surgery to save a pregnancy that doctors thought had little chance of survival. After the surgery, she came down with an infection, and doctors told Rick that unless the source of the infection ­ the fetus ­ was removed, his wife would die and his already-born children would be motherless. The doctor also told Santorum that his wife’s fetus would not survive outside of the womb. According to Santorum, Karen went into labor, and then doctors gave her a drug that further induced labor. She delivered, and unfortunately the doctors were right.

    Shortly after Santorum first talked to the press about his wife’s pregnancy and their subsequent loss, rumors began circulating that Karen had actually had an abortion rather than induced delivery. Our Silver Ribbon goes so far as to assert that Karen Santorum did, in fact, have a second-trimester abortion.

    But whether or not Karen Santorum had an abortion or medically induced the birth of a non-viable fetus shouldn’t matter in the eyes of someone with views as extreme as Santorum, as he is one of a disturbingly large group of politicians who believe that women should not be allowed to abort under any circumstances. Santorum’s even against abortion if there were no hope of the fetus surviving to full term, or even if the woman carrying the fetus risked death doing so. Karen Santorum would have died if the fetus were not removed, and labor was induced knowing that the fetus would not survive. How is this not technically “abortion?” In Santorum’s world, it would probably qualify as infanticide.

    The hairsplitting debate over whether Karen Santorum had an abortion only serves to expose the ridiculousness of Rick Santorum’s extremism. In his view, it’s absolutely not okay for a woman to have doctors remove her life-threatening pregnancy for her, but it is okay for a woman to deliver a fetus well before viability so that the child can die slowly, in open air, as the Good Lord intended? Or is it just not okay for everyone who doesn’t happen to be Rick Santorum’s wife?

    As Rick Santorum gains ground in the polls and commentators increasingly speak of him as if he’s not a dangerous, raving zealot, please do remember that Karen Santorum’s lifesaving medical intervention is different than the abortions that Santorum wishes to outlaw only in that the woman getting the lifesaving medical intervention was Karen Santorum. His policies would prevent other women from receiving the care they needed, and leave scores of non-Santorum children motherless. If that’s not hypocrisy, then I don’t know what is.


    • Kim
      Jan 05, 2012 @ 17:39:16

      Hey Theou! Happy New Year!!

      Aren’t you going to spout off about his ‘disgusting display’ of taking their dead baby home?

      You are slipping 😉


    • Kim
      Jan 06, 2012 @ 12:08:04

      Theou – when you ‘borrow’ direct quotes – even if they are from one of your liberal rags – you MUST include the link from which you ‘borrowed’ it


    • Kim
      Jan 06, 2012 @ 12:20:00

      “The Santorums’ child was not going to live regardless, yet Karen Santorum risked her life to take the pregnancy as far as possible. Both she and her husband committed to an early delivery with hope that a miracle would occur and their child would survive,” Loesch explains. “Karen Santorum wasn’t going to live to carry the baby to term and the baby, due to a defect, didn’t have much of a chance outside the womb, but there was a chance. It does happen.”

      Loesch continues: ” The Santorums chose the route that provided the biggest return for the gamble. How asinine and petty for women to politicize the loss of a child for a straw man argument. Doing all you can to prevent the loss of a child you wanted is nothing like planning the execution of a child you don’t want. Of course, I don’t expect a site operated by drunk, self-described “slut machine(s)” who talk about how they don’t report rape (but like to use it as a political issue nonetheless) to understand the elementary difference. Perhaps, like our President, the issue is “above their pay grade.”

      “The entire Jezebel post, and the illogical post to which Jezebel links, are comprised entirely of bitter partisan rhetoric. The suggestion that all conservatives believe They want so badly to believe that Karen Santorum had an abortion, when absolutely nothing in the story comes anywhere close to supporting such a claim,” she concludes.


  20. Theou
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 16:09:31

    Mr Family Values Santorum on the John Ensign affair:
    according to a conservative website –

    Rick Santorum alerted Sen. John Ensign in 2009 that the husband of Ensign’s mistress wanted to go public with the affair that ultimately ended the Nevada Republican’s Senate career, according to a Senate ethics committee report released Thursday.

    After Doug Hampton — then a top Ensign aide whose wife was involved with the senator — emailed Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly seeking a meeting to discuss the affair, Hampton also shared the email with Santorum seeking his help. Santorum quickly passed the email onto Ensign, according to the ethics committee report.

    Read more:



  21. Theou
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 16:32:47

    Santorum is about as extreme as you can get as a religious conservative. He isn’t against just run-of-the-mill things like gay marriage or abortion, Santorum wants to make contraception illegal. He has repeatedly spoken out against the 1965 Supreme Court decision that struck down bans on discussing or providing contraception to married couples. He is against the right to privacy, the right that keeps police from searching your bedroom looking for condoms.

    How out of the mainstream is this? Virtually all women of childbearing age (more than 99%) have used some kind of contraception, which Santorum wants to make illegal. That would make criminals out of half of America.

    That’s crazy. Even worse, if contraception were illegal, abortions would increase dramatically, as would teen pregnancies and other unintended pregnancies. In fact, according to a survey done last year, 82% of Americans want to increase access to contraception for women who cannot afford it. Santorum wants to ban all government funding of contraception.

    Less than 3 months ago in an interview talking about contraception, Santorum promised that “all those issues are going to be front and center with me. I know most presidents don’t talk about these things and maybe people don’t want us to talk about these things. But … these are important public policy issues.” Not jobs. Not the economy. Not terrorism. This is what the person who came within 8 votes of winning the Iowa caucuses wants the government to focus on.

    You all here are so worried about Sharia Law – what the heck kind of laws is Santorum proposing? Sounds pretty much like a theocracy to me. They asked JFK a Catholic if he had allegiance to the Pope or the constitution – we know his answer – Im pretty sure I would know Santorums answer and it scares the hell out of me


    • Kim
      Jan 06, 2012 @ 10:25:54

      Well, that was fast. Just two days after his triumph in Iowa and Rick Santorum is already driving the liberal media out of their already unbalanced minds.


    • Kim
      Jan 06, 2012 @ 10:30:23

      Peter Wehner diagnoses the pathology on parade:

      The second point is the casual cruelty of Robinson and those like him. Robinson seems completely comfortable lampooning a man and his wife who had experienced the worst possible nightmare for parents: the death of their child. It is one thing to say you would act differently if you were in the situation faced by Rick and Karen Santorum​; it’s quite another to deride them as “crazy” and “very weird,” which is what commentators on the left are increasingly doing, and with particular delight and glee.

      We are seeing how ideology and partisan politics can so disfigure people’s minds and hearts that they become vicious in their assaults on those with whom they have political disagreements. I would hope no one I know would, in a thousand years, ridicule parents who were grappling with unfathomable human pain. Even if those parents were liberal. Even if they were running for president and first lady.

      The third point is it tells you something about the culture in which we live that in some quarters those who routinely champion abortion, even partial-birth abortion, are viewed as enlightened and morally sophisticated while those grieving the loss of their son, whom they took home for a night before burying, are mercilessly mocked.
      Somehow, a dead baby doesn’t seem to mean that much to them. Welcome to the culture of death. It has consequences. Read the rest.


    • Sherry
      Jan 06, 2012 @ 12:53:20

      Theou, you seem like such a Jezebel-one who hates women and children…


  22. Kim
    Jan 05, 2012 @ 17:40:21

    So does this mean you don’t like Santorum?

    We all know you prefer your baby killer president


  23. Kim
    Jan 06, 2012 @ 07:54:42

    If they survive a murder attempt they become sex toys for sickos

    January 4, 2012 ( – The anger and disgust that most of us experienced when we learned of the allegations of sexual abuse of boys in the sports programs at Penn State and Syracuse University suggest that our cultural norms about the sexual abuse of minors are intact. Yet it was only a decade ago that a parallel movement had begun on some college campuses to redefine pedophilia as the more innocuous “intergenerational sexual intimacy.”


  24. Kim
    Jan 06, 2012 @ 10:06:37

    Can’t delude legislators into adopting a $1.5 billion Kabuki summer-jobs makework boondoggle? Create an unfunded program through executive fiat.

    Can’t muster up a filibuster-proof majority for radical nominees? Czar-ify ‘em.

    Can’t get Congress to approve vast wild lands designations? Grab them under cover of a holiday lame-duck session.

    Can’t get the illegal alien bailout DREAM Act passed on Capitol Hill? Executive-order it.

    “So let it be written, so let it be done!”


    • Kim
      Jan 06, 2012 @ 10:17:41

      In keeping with the dark and defiant habits of this administration, the new head of the half-billion-dollar Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was sworn in behind closed doors on Wednesday night. The nomination of former Democratic Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to serve as Dodd-Frank regulatory enforcer had been soundly defeated in the Senate before Christmas. But as I reported last month, progressive zealots funded by billionaire George Soros goaded Obama to ignore the Senate’s constitutionally grounded advice and consent role.


      • Kim
        Jan 06, 2012 @ 10:19:01

        This is not “bold.” It’s jackboot. It won’t benefit “middle-class Americans.” It’ll line lobbyist pockets, soak taxpayer dollars and fuel a Beltway rule-making bonanza. It’s not about reining in Wall Street abuses. It’s about consolidating bureaucratic authority and granting unprecedented immunity to a single super-cop from congressional and public oversight.

  25. Sherry
    Jan 06, 2012 @ 22:11:41

    thanks Bonni/BNI


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