I Hope This Isn’t True (Planned Parenthood vs. Pro-lifers)

I receive a daily news update called Citizen Link via e-mail from Family.org. A lot of times this gives me news that does not appear in mainstream media. The item below was in my update yesterday, and I find it disturbing: A new video produced by Planned Parenthood uses outrageous depictions of violence to illustrate the opinions of those who stand for sanctity of human life, The American Life League reported. In “Superhero for Choice,” an eight-minute animated short on Planned Parenthood Golden Gate’s (PPGG) Web site, the so-called “superhero” drowns an abstinence educator in a trash can, blows up peaceful Christian pro-life activists and, during the closing credits, decapitates a pro-life protester. Jim Sedlak, executive director of American Life League’s STOPP International, said Planned Parenthood is glamorizing, and possibly instigating, violence against people of faith. “In this post-9/11 era of terrorism, Planned Parenthood has recklessly crossed the line by promoting violence against people who do not share the organization’s radical beliefs,” he said. “This appalling animation, posted on an official Planned Parenthood Web site, demonstrates the organization’s complete disrespect for human life.”

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1 Response to “I Hope This Isn’t True (Planned Parenthood vs. Pro-lifers)”


  1. 1 Labosseuse August 13, 2005 at 8:47 pm

    Wow. That is awful. Liberalism really is a mental disorder, and PP is acting as a traitor not only to the American way (freedom of belief) but the Christian way.

    PS-you can use the Blogger comments when you comment on my website–I only have Haloscan so that my family members can comment without having to register on Blogger. And thanks for stopping by. 🙂


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