Obama uses your taxes for abortion funding of Planned Parenthood

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Ash Flat, AR

#1 Oct 31, 2012
The connections of support between Planned Parenthood and the Obama Administration have gained increased light courtesy recent events.

President Barack Obama's support for Planned Parenthood was noted in the presidential debates, as contrasted with Republican challenger Mitt Romney's position of defunding the pro-choice group. In one debate, Obama mentioned Planned Parenthood four times, with some believing it was an effort to increase support among women voters.

On Tuesday, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals blocked the implementation of Indiana's law defunding Planned Parenthood. Last week, a judge in Arizona blocked enforcement of the state's defunding law until the case is decided in court. In both cases, the Obama Administration filed amicus briefs on behalf of Planned Parenthood.

Also, as reported by sources like Baptist Press and The Wall Street Journal, Planned Parenthood's political action arms have poured an estimated $12 million into Obama's re-election campaign. About half of those funds went to TV ads in swing states like Virginia and Florida. It is believed to be the largest amount of money Planned Parenthood has ever spent on a presidential campaign.

Last week, Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, announced that she would be campaigning "full time" for Obama's re-election.

Scott Baltz supports Obama , did Scott deny that he supports funding for planned parents tax funded Abortion clinics?
well i do not

Jasper, AR

#2 Oct 31, 2012
as a former fetus, i oppose abortion. a person's a person no matter how small(dr. seuss). scott baltz is a hippocrite and a liar and not the catholic man he professes to be.
dont know nothin

Yakima, WA

#3 Oct 31, 2012
Obama supports abortion wrote:
The connections of support between Planned Parenthood and the Obama Administration have gained increased light courtesy recent events.
President Barack Obama's support for Planned Parenthood was noted in the presidential debates, as contrasted with Republican challenger Mitt Romney's position of defunding the pro-choice group. In one debate, Obama mentioned Planned Parenthood four times, with some believing it was an effort to increase support among women voters.
On Tuesday, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals blocked the implementation of Indiana's law defunding Planned Parenthood. Last week, a judge in Arizona blocked enforcement of the state's defunding law until the case is decided in court. In both cases, the Obama Administration filed amicus briefs on behalf of Planned Parenthood.
Also, as reported by sources like Baptist Press and The Wall Street Journal, Planned Parenthood's political action arms have poured an estimated $12 million into Obama's re-election campaign. About half of those funds went to TV ads in swing states like Virginia and Florida. It is believed to be the largest amount of money Planned Parenthood has ever spent on a presidential campaign.
Last week, Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, announced that she would be campaigning "full time" for Obama's re-election.
Scott Baltz supports Obama , did Scott deny that he supports funding for planned parents tax funded Abortion clinics?
let me tell you that planned parenthood does not perform abortions at their clinics unless it is life threatning and only if they are staffed... otherwise they refer them to other places... and before so many weeks it is the mothers CHOICE to have an abortion and it could be for anumber of reasons.. but that gives no person the right to come and implement their own personal beliefs on other people there is supposed to be seperation from church and state and religion has no business in politics.. we are a country of free choices... also millions of young women use planned parenthood for contriceptive coverage and preventive care such as mamograms and papsmers and do defund that what happpens to those millions of people who can't afford insurance right now and can't get those things without planned parenthood?... quit being selfish and keep your own religious beliefs to yourself noone wants to hear them.
guest

Jasper, AR

#4 Oct 31, 2012
If you murder a pregnant wowan, 2 counts of murder. If the woman kills the baby herself, legal. BS called.
sam

Hardy, AR

#5 Oct 31, 2012
dont know nothin wrote:
<quoted text>let me tell you that planned parenthood does not perform abortions at their clinics unless it is life threatning and only if they are staffed... otherwise they refer them to other places... and before so many weeks it is the mothers CHOICE to have an abortion and it could be for anumber of reasons.. but that gives no person the right to come and implement their own personal beliefs on other people there is supposed to be seperation from church and state and religion has no business in politics.. we are a country of free choices... also millions of young women use planned parenthood for contriceptive coverage and preventive care such as mamograms and papsmers and do defund that what happpens to those millions of people who can't afford insurance right now and can't get those things without planned parenthood?... quit being selfish and keep your own religious beliefs to yourself noone wants to hear them.
You cant seperate church and state,that not possible,you seem to know a lot about all of the free things,why didn't you abort the children you have,or just knock them in the head,after all the goverment is having to feed you and them anyway.
dont know nothin

Yakima, WA

#6 Oct 31, 2012
sam wrote:
<quoted text>You cant seperate church and state,that not possible,you seem to know a lot about all of the free things,why didn't you abort the children you have,or just knock them in the head,after all the goverment is having to feed you and them anyway.
lol get out of here with that nonsense religion has no place in politics of any sort local, state, or federal.
Farm

Hardy, AR

#7 Oct 31, 2012
dont know nothin wrote:
<quoted text> lol get out of here with that nonsense religion has no place in politics of any sort local, state, or federal.
O,so you can be a christian one day a week,if you a christian on sunday then you have to be one on monday,besides Obama is using our money to pay for abortions in other countries,so tell us why you didnt abort your own.
dont know nothin

Yakima, WA

#9 Oct 31, 2012
Farm wrote:
<quoted text>O,so you can be a christian one day a week,if you a christian on sunday then you have to be one on monday,besides Obama is using our money to pay for abortions in other countries,so tell us why you didnt abort your own.
ok ok i was trying to be nice to you in the other thread but clearly your just ignorant.
road man

Hardy, AR

#10 Nov 1, 2012
dont know nothin wrote:
<quoted text> ok ok i was trying to be nice to you in the other thread but clearly your just ignorant.
Dont be nice,but tell us have you knocked those kids of your in the head yet.
A-jax

Hardy, AR

#11 Nov 1, 2012
Better yet,tell us how many abortions have you had and how many did you pay for,did you pay for the children you do have.
American

Hardy, AR

#12 Nov 1, 2012
dont know nothin wrote:
<quoted text> lol get out of here with that nonsense religion has no place in politics of any sort local, state, or federal.
That depends on who you are,you are wasting your time posting that,plus this is why you are on welfare.
dont know nothin

Yakima, WA

#13 Nov 1, 2012
American wrote:
<quoted text>That depends on who you are,you are wasting your time posting that,plus this is why you are on welfare.
no it does not depend on who you are genius .. why do you think this country is so great?.. because we have the freedom of choice with no religious persecution, and 2nd off bud i'm not on welfare. Republicans always try to throw "welfare" out there like it's a scare tactic, but yet i bet everyone back there knows someone who has been on or had health care, food stamps, child care assistance, unemployment, cash aid, and housing assistance from the government. all those are forms of welfare and i bet you bud if you lost your job or was fired or was 70 years old with no way to work to pay for your medical... you'd be begging for some relief and guess what you can't say you wouldn't because if you didn't then you'd be a fool. so get real before you start posting thoughtless lines on here.
answer

Hardy, AR

#14 Nov 1, 2012
dont know nothin wrote:
<quoted text>no it does not depend on who you are genius .. why do you think this country is so great?.. because we have the freedom of choice with no religious persecution, and 2nd off bud i'm not on welfare. Republicans always try to throw "welfare" out there like it's a scare tactic, but yet i bet everyone back there knows someone who has been on or had health care, food stamps, child care assistance, unemployment, cash aid, and housing assistance from the government. all those are forms of welfare and i bet you bud if you lost your job or was fired or was 70 years old with no way to work to pay for your medical... you'd be begging for some relief and guess what you can't say you wouldn't because if you didn't then you'd be a fool. so get real before you start posting thoughtless lines on here.
70 Years old and you cant pay for your own health care,your not even a good lier.
dont know nothin

Yakima, WA

#15 Nov 1, 2012
answer wrote:
<quoted text>70 Years old and you cant pay for your own health care,your not even a good lier.
what exactly are you talking about my good sir?
Mom

Ash Flat, AR

#16 Nov 1, 2012
For those of you who do not agree with the separation of Church and State you obviously don't know your history too well. Our founding fathers fled their homeland due to religious persecution. They saw first hand what a bad idea it is to put the two together. Church and State should be separate. They founded the US on the belief of freedom of religion. Forcing others to believe exactly what you believe in doesn't make you an American, it makes you a hypocrite. Women should have a right to chose for themselves. Not some overzealous, ignorant moron.
answer

Hardy, AR

#17 Nov 1, 2012
Mom wrote:
For those of you who do not agree with the separation of Church and State you obviously don't know your history too well. Our founding fathers fled their homeland due to religious persecution. They saw first hand what a bad idea it is to put the two together. Church and State should be separate. They founded the US on the belief of freedom of religion. Forcing others to believe exactly what you believe in doesn't make you an American, it makes you a hypocrite. Women should have a right to chose for themselves. Not some overzealous, ignorant moron.
U sound like a good christian,seperation of church was set up for our gov.not be run by any certain type of religion,it has nothing to do with your personal/bibilical obligation to god,only god has that choice,and he has made it,and has also said that his word will never change,you cant change gods word,and you are making yourself look ignorant trying.
dont know nothin

Yakima, WA

#18 Nov 1, 2012
answer wrote:
<quoted text>U sound like a good christian,seperation of church was set up for our gov.not be run by any certain type of religion,it has nothing to do with your personal/bibilical obligation to god,only god has that choice,and he has made it,and has also said that his word will never change,you cant change gods word,and you are making yourself look ignorant trying.
lol and.. who sounds ignorant?...
Mom

Mountain Home, AR

#19 Nov 2, 2012
I am not a Christian. I was raised Catholic though. I am not a fan of abortion, especially when it's used as a form of birth control. However, I don't think it's my place to pass judgement nor especially make such decisions for someone else. If a woman is raped she should not have to live with the constant reminder of such a tragic event for an entire nine months just to meet your religious beliefs. And if by aborting that child she has committed a sin then God will deal with her as He sees fit. A Christian's duty as a Christian is to live THEIR life by God's word, not to meddle in someone's life.

"Judge not, that ye be not judged." (Matthew 7:1)
Hank

Hardy, AR

#20 Nov 2, 2012
Mom wrote:
I am not a Christian. I was raised Catholic though. I am not a fan of abortion, especially when it's used as a form of birth control. However, I don't think it's my place to pass judgement nor especially make such decisions for someone else. If a woman is raped she should not have to live with the constant reminder of such a tragic event for an entire nine months just to meet your religious beliefs. And if by aborting that child she has committed a sin then God will deal with her as He sees fit. A Christian's duty as a Christian is to live THEIR life by God's word, not to meddle in someone's life.
"Judge not, that ye be not judged." (Matthew 7:1)
"live by gods word"abortion is the spilling of innocent blood,you are correct your not a christian nor do you understand the bible,any woman that is raped can seek medical help and get cleaned out,so the senereo you are using is useless.
I love Fox News

Ash Flat, AR

#21 Nov 2, 2012
Hank wrote:
<quoted text>"live by gods word"abortion is the spilling of innocent blood,you are correct your not a christian nor do you understand the bible,any woman that is raped can seek medical help and get cleaned out,so the senereo you are using is useless.
I watch Fox News and they say Hank is a retard. I believe everything I hear on Fox News!

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