She fought for unborn to the end - Se...

She fought for unborn to the end - Sentinel & Enterprise

There are 29 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Nov 27, 2010, titled She fought for unborn to the end - Sentinel & Enterprise. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

At a special session of the Fitchburg City Council in February of this year, arguments for and against Planned Parenthood coming to our city were heard.

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“ABORTION KILLS A HUMAN BEING”

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#22 Nov 28, 2010
can you believe people equate the two? do they not get it that the military is a choice for real? do they not realize the baby has no choice at all? sadly they do not know the difference. poor things.
RenoLady

Sparks, NV

#23 Nov 28, 2010
We could reduce the number of abortions dramatically if we castrated all the males who rape and impregnate females. For those males who rape and impregnate their own daughters or other female members of their genetic family, I recommend hanging by their genitalia until it dries up and falls off. Any takers from the pro-life establishment ?
RenoLady

Sparks, NV

#24 Nov 28, 2010
The **** word is r**e.
Funny

Bolton, MA

#25 Nov 28, 2010
It seems the same people that support forced breeding are also the first and loudest to complain about "welfare moms buying lobster on their ebt cards".

Focusing on the unborn is a tragically misdirected effort when so many real, fully formed children are living in squalor.

“CRITICAL THINKING -- try it.”

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#26 Nov 29, 2010
kaylayossi wrote:
can you believe people equate the two? do they not get it that the military is a choice for real? do they not realize the baby has no choice at all? sadly they do not know the difference. poor things.
The two were equated in relation to "taxpayer funding" only. And yes, there are folks who object to one or the other or both. In your mania to bash others, try to at least get your facts straight.
Kdubb

Framingham, MA

#27 Nov 29, 2010
kaylayossi wrote:
can you believe people equate the two? do they not get it that the military is a choice for real? do they not realize the baby has no choice at all? sadly they do not know the difference. poor things.
I'm sure the person was referring to civilians killed in war. Also, just because military is a choice here, it is not a choice everywhere.
For the record I'm 100% pro-choice.
citizen

Gardner, MA

#29 Nov 29, 2010
State the Obvious wrote:
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How do you know PP recommends either choice to any woman? I've never heard that before. As far as I know, they inform women about all their choices, and help them from there.
They only offer abortion. I know this having worked in their abortion clinic. Adoption is not discussed. Nor is the possibility of keeping the baby. It is assumed when a woman calls that they have already decided on an abortion.

I would highly recommend watching Lila Rose "Inside Planned Parenthood." It is unfair to paint every person who is opposed to the tax-funded Planned Parenthood as a religious nutjob or woman-hater. I personally am opposed to the Walmarting of women's healthcare. Planned Parenthood has taken over the clinic that was in Fitchburg for the past 25 years because the government & PP are in the same bed. They are branching out to low-income communities and referring women to their big abortion clinics like the one in Worcester.

Planned Parenthood is not the pro-woman clinic they claim to be - they are in the market to make a buck, just like everyone else, and their main money-maker is abortion. Abortion hurts women - the idea that an abortion is a bunch of fertilized cells is a lie and every woman that lies on that table in the abortion room knows it. It will haunt her for years to come.

Yes, abortion is a right, but that doesn't make it right. Slavery was legal too and it took a war to get put an end to that. Why isn't the federal government funding clinics that don't offer abortion?? Why is PP trying to get itself the provider of sex ed in the schools? If everyone thinks PP is so great, just look to what its founder had to say about its agenda. Not so pretty. Being anti-PP is not being anti-woman. That is another lie.
Really

Fitchburg, MA

#30 Nov 29, 2010
Dr. Jefferson is exactly where Dr. Tiller is: "In a better place" (i.e. not Fitchburg).
Rick W

Dudley, MA

#31 Nov 30, 2010
Kdubb wrote:
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I'm sure the person was referring to civilians killed in war. Also, just because military is a choice here, it is not a choice everywhere.
For the record I'm 100% pro-choice.
Just so.

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