Planned Parenthood is coming, so let’s hold the line
They’re coming. Planned Parenthood is probably the most successful private vendor of death since Tesch und Stabenow m.b.H. made a killing selling Zyklon B to the Nazis. Planned Parenthood makes millions off of its abortion factories, and now the firm is on the political march for one of its dearest, but most vulnerable, allies in the Senate: Barbara Boxer.
Will we do nothing, or will we fight back?
Planned Parenthood is convinced that the election of Carly Fiorina would be bad for business. Boxer, you see, is a reliable vote to send millions of taxpayer dollars to Planned Parenthood, which is why it’s so easy for them to profit off of death. Fiorina obviously would be a far more sensible steward of the public trust, and being a three-exception pro-life candidate for Senate who also happens to be a woman, is a threat to Planned Parenthood’s extremist propaganda. PP claims that anyone who opposes abortion opposes women, so they can’t let Carly Fiorina win and give high exposure to her mainstream views. And they’re afraid she will win, too, because Babs Boxer is as weak and vulnerable as she ever has been.
So Planned Parenthood is ready to bring a million dollars to defeat Carly Fiorina and re-elect Barbara Boxer:
Kathy Kneer, president of Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California, said most Californians recognize that women should be able to make their own decisions. She said Fiorina’s views do not take into account unintended pregnancies, such as those from abusive relationships.
Kneer said Planned Parenthood hopes to raise and spend about $1 million to help get Boxer re-elected to a fourth term.
Will pro-life Republicans stand idle as Planned Parenthood moves in to attack our nominee or will we meet them on the pitch and hold the line? I’m in for $20. Put Planned Parenthood in as the Referral so everyone knows what army we are.