Political parties' definitions of Planned Parenthood put group at center of budget clash

There are 13 comments on the Apr 9, 2011, The York Daily Record story titled Political parties' definitions of Planned Parenthood put group at center of budget clash. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Republicans portray Planned Parenthood as primarily focused on performing abortions and -- intentionally or not -- using American taxpayer dollars to do it.

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NO Balls Boehner

York, PA

#1 Apr 9, 2011
No surprise the Republicans bent over once again and took it up the Hershey Highway; that was a sure bet. Yep, with leadership like NO Balls House Speaker John Boehner that was a sure bet. The press is making such a big deal about how great of a deal this is for the American public in general, what a crock of BS… Cutting about 38 billion or even 100 billion from this budget is a drop in the bucket compared to the almost 3.8 Trillion Budget Deficit we face.

Since Obama took office ( 2 + years ) the Federal Deficit increased from around 9 Trillion to almost 14 Trillion dollars and they want to raise the debt ceiling again.

Sure why not, just keep spending money we do not have, just keep printing worthless money until the U. S. Dollar is no longer the world currency and replaced with the yen or whatever.

The American public voted for “Change” in November 2010 putting the Republicans back in charge in the House of Representatives although we now see that was nothing but a foolish paper vote. Obama, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and the Liberal Democrats still have the power; will continue to have the power and business as usual will continue especially with NO Balls Boehner at the helm.

Just how should I believe the Republican Legislators will be able to stand up to the Democratic Power Leaders in Washington D.C. on any other future legislation or budget issues? Answer, they will not; they will bend over and cave in again and again. They will put on a somewhat good show telling their constitutes how hard they are working for them, how they are fighting to end foolish spending, etc, etc, etc but in the end it will be Business as Usual….

You can say what you want but at least Donald Trump has a set of balls….
Avisday

York, PA

#2 Apr 9, 2011
It is a BUTCHER shop!
Employees are all BLIND & DUMB!
NO Balls Boehner

York, PA

#3 Apr 9, 2011
F***ing Topix, you take the time to spell check, then cut and paste from Word and still get garbled characters, how disgusting...

No surprise the Republicans bent over once again and took it up the Hershey Highway; that was a sure bet. Yep, with leadership like NO Balls House Speaker John Boehner that was a sure bet. The press is making such a big deal about how great of a deal this is for the American public in general, what a crock of BS Cutting about 38 billion or even 100 billion from this budget is a drop in the bucket compared to the almost 3.8 Trillion Budget Deficit we face.

Since Obama took office ( 2 + years ) the Federal Deficit increased from around 9 Trillion to almost 14 Trillion dollars and they want to raise the debt ceiling again.

Sure why not, just keep spending money we do not have, just keep printing worthless money until the U. S. Dollar is no longer the world currency and replaced with the yen or whatever.

The American public voted for Change in November 2010 putting the Republicans back in charge in the House of Representatives although we now see that was nothing but a foolish paper vote. Obama, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and the Liberal Democrats still have the power; will continue to have the power and business as usual will continue especially with NO Balls Boehner at the helm.

Just how should I believe the Republican Legislators will be able to stand up to the Democratic Power Leaders in Washington D.C. on any other future legislation or budget issues? Answer, they will not; they will bend over and cave in again and again. They will put on a somewhat good show telling their constitutes how hard they are working for them, how they are fighting to end foolish spending, etc, etc, etc but in the end it will be Business as Usual.

You can say what you want but at least Donald Trump has a set of balls.
HEAD Head Psychiatrist

York, PA

#4 Apr 9, 2011
Geez tard, the three (3) above posts being one and the same person; you should really, really get back on your meds. Better yet, just take the gas pipe!
Frank

Mount Laurel, NJ

#5 Apr 9, 2011
PP does us a favor by keeping more liberal moochers from sucking on the government teet.
RINO

York, PA

#6 Apr 9, 2011
NO Balls Boehner wrote:
F***ing Topix, you take the time to spell check, then cut and paste from Word and still get garbled characters, how disgusting...
No surprise the Republicans bent over once again and took it up the Hershey Highway; that was a sure bet. Yep, with leadership like NO Balls House Speaker John Boehner that was a sure bet. The press is making such a big deal about how great of a deal this is for the American public in general, what a crock of BS Cutting about 38 billion or even 100 billion from this budget is a drop in the bucket compared to the almost 3.8 Trillion Budget Deficit we face.
Since Obama took office ( 2 + years ) the Federal Deficit increased from around 9 Trillion to almost 14 Trillion dollars and they want to raise the debt ceiling again.
Sure why not, just keep spending money we do not have, just keep printing worthless money until the U. S. Dollar is no longer the world currency and replaced with the yen or whatever.
The American public voted for Change in November 2010 putting the Republicans back in charge in the House of Representatives although we now see that was nothing but a foolish paper vote. Obama, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and the Liberal Democrats still have the power; will continue to have the power and business as usual will continue especially with NO Balls Boehner at the helm.
Just how should I believe the Republican Legislators will be able to stand up to the Democratic Power Leaders in Washington D.C. on any other future legislation or budget issues? Answer, they will not; they will bend over and cave in again and again. They will put on a somewhat good show telling their constitutes how hard they are working for them, how they are fighting to end foolish spending, etc, etc, etc but in the end it will be Business as Usual.
You can say what you want but at least Donald Trump has a set of balls.
I am glad you reposted because I didn't understand the first posting.
NO Balls Boehner

York, PA

#7 Apr 9, 2011
HEAD Head Psychiatrist wrote:
Geez tard, the three (3) above posts being one and the same person; you should really, really get back on your meds. Better yet, just take the gas pipe!
Post one and three are mine, and if you read the first sentence in post three you will understand why I posted twice, that is if you can understand what you read...
Avisday

York, PA

#8 Apr 9, 2011
Hey!
Why write just 3 or 4 sentences when
37 or 38 will do!
HEAD Head Psychiatrist

York, PA

#9 Apr 9, 2011
NO Balls Boehner wrote:
<quoted text>
Post one and three are mine, and if you read the first sentence in post three you will understand why I posted twice, that is if you can understand what you read...
Sorry, my mistake on Post #2 NOT being yours, but was "Advisday's". However, read Post #8 and please follow THAT advise!!! NOT Topix/YDR/computers fault, but idiotic posters fault on line one of Post #3. You were so pi$$ed off you couldn't even think (was going to say stupid, but that would be unkind!!! Carry on!
Greg

Philadelphia, PA

#11 Apr 9, 2011
If they continue to get funding then they should be forced to stop abortions! If they continue giving abortions then stop funding them, plain and simple! You can get an abortion up to 24 weeks of your pregnancy, look at this website and look at a 24 week old baby. Click on "days of pregnancy" then click the "calculate" option, and scroll down with your cursor on the pics. A 24 week old baby is a human being, even before 24 weeks!
Greg

Philadelphia, PA

#12 Apr 9, 2011
Sorry, the website is pregnology.com
Harry Reid

Philadelphia, PA

#13 Apr 10, 2011
Abortion: Does the baby good.
Mayhem

United States

#14 Apr 11, 2011
I'm up in the air about abortions. I see the pros and cons of it, but I do know they focus on more then just abortions. Womens health in general. One of my ex's was diagnosed with Cervical cancer. They found it, and thankfully she's ok now.

We can debate abortions until the cows come home, but in the end, PP is doing more good then "evil"

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