Contributors to Planned Parenthood

This is a partial list of corporate contributors:
Whole Foods Market, JPMorgan Chase (including Chase Bank, & Bank One), Bank of America, Lost Arrow (Patagonia), Wells Fargo, Chevron (including Caltex, Xpress Lube, & Texaco), eBay (including PayPal), Carlson Companies (including Country Inns & Suites, Park Inn, Radisson Hotels, Regent Hotels, TGI Friday’s restaurants), Kenneth Cole, Nike, Midas, Marriott (including Courtyard Hotels, Fairfield Inn, Renaissance Hotels & Inns, Ritz-Carlton Hotels, etc.), Johnson & Johnson, Valero (Beacon, Ultramar, etc.), Wachovia, and Sonic (drive-in restaurants). -according to Life Decisions International-

Dishonorable Mention:
‘Outward Bound West, American Automobile Association (AAA), Kaiser Permanente, The Salvation Army, American Cancer Society, Dr. Phil Foundation, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), Camp Fire, Girl Scouts, Kiwanis Club, Rotary International, March of Dimes, Lions Club, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, American Diabetes Association, and the Young Womens Christian Association (YWCA). Involvement ranges from donating funds to pro-abortion groups (or allowing affiliates to do so), supporting anti-life causes, allowing pro-abortion groups access to membership, adopting an official pro-abortion policy position, and so forth.’ -according to Life Decisions International-

According to
‘Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), the nation’s oldest and largest abortion provider, is an organization which is supported by U.S. taxpayers. For this reason, it is the most well funded abortion provider in the nation. In the period from 1987 until 1998, Planned Parenthood received a total of $1.4 billion in taxpayer money, according to Stop Planned Parenthood International (STOPP). PPFA received $176.5 million in government grants and contracts in the period between 1998-99, roughly 75% of which (or $132.4 million) originated from the federal government’s Title X and Title XIX programs. Forty-four million dollars was provided by state and local governments.’

They can’t contribute if they DON’T HAVE THE MONEY. Consider where your money is spent to murder millions.


After all of that, Monday still comes.

The Fight for Life will continue; I have to tell you I had a rough week seeing everything come to pass. I cannot express how sad and hurt I was that BHO would really sign the lives of millions away like garbage. But take heart! God is a good God and he will prevail no matter what BHO thinks or does. WE WIN!!! Read on:

In San Francisco – Pro-Lifers walk for Life:

‘”Women deserve better, men deserve better – we all deserve better than abortion,” Feminist for Life speaker Karen Shablin, an African American, told the crowd. Shablin,a former member of the National Abortion Rights Action League who had an abortion in her 20s, said that 37 percent of abortions are done on black women – who make up just 13 percent of the population. “PresidentObamaputs a face on black genocide,” declared Rev. Clenard Childress, a Baptist pastor and founder of who has spoken at the Walk since its inception in 2005. “President Obama is the fulfillment of what the abortion industry always wanted and that was a black face to validate abortion.” But Childress said that Obama’s election is not the end of the pro-life movement – to the contrary. “We thank God today for this moment. You’re not going away, I’m not going away. This is our moment,” Childress said.’ –I saw some amazing photos of the Walk for Life in DC. I wish I had been there-

In Ohio – Possible Pro-Life Gov Candidate Rob Portman (Ohio) Leading Fisher:

‘The Dayton Daily News reports that a new poll indicates that former Republican, pro-life Rep. Rob Portman Ohio Democratic Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher in a hypothetical race for the seat of pro-life Republican Sen. George Voinovich, who is not running again in 2010. Portman leads Fisher 41 percent to 39 percent in the possible matchup. Public Policy Polling of Raleigh, North Carolina conducted the poll. Many candidates mentioned to replace Voinovich aren’t particularly well known, the poll found. Forty-nine percent of respondents had no opinion about apparent Republican front-runner Rob Portman, the former Cincinnati-area U.S. House member. Forty-six percent were ambivalent about Democrat U.S. Rep. Tim Ryan of Niles, a possible Democrat in the race. Portman led Ryan, 40-34 percent and was ahead of Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner 42-34 percent. The poll did not include other possible GOP candidates such as Auditor Mary Taylor and pro-life former U.S. Sen. Mike DeWine.’ -which is important to me since we have family in Ohio-

In Missouri -Pro-Life Rep. Roy Blunt May Run to Replace Pro-Life Sen Kit Bond:

‘Pro-life Republican Rep. Roy Blunt is seriously considering a run to replace retiring GOP Sen. Kit Bond, who is pro-life and will retire in 2010. Blunt said he was “looking at it very seriously. I’m making some calls and people are calling me.” Blunt has kept a low profile since Bond surprised Missourians earlier this month by declaring that he will retire from the Senate. But Blunt is among Republicans exploring a Senate candidacy and doing what it takes to get ready.’ -I am a Missourian and my heart is still there-

The fight is being fought, lives will be saved – one at a time.


Worth Mentioning

I am by no means Catholic, but their stance on abortion is the one thing I do agree with. Read on:

ASSOCIATED PRESS • January 24, 2009

VATICAN CITY— Vatican officials said today they were disappointed by President Barack Obama’s decision to end a ban on federal funding for international groups that perform abortions or provide information on them.

Monsignor Rino Fisichella, who heads the Vatican’s Pontifical Academy for Life, urged Obama to listen to all voices in America without “the arrogance of those who, being in power, believe they can decide of life and death.”

Fisichella said in an interview published today in Corriere della Sera that “if this is one of President Obama’s first acts, I have to say, in all due respect, that we’re heading quickly toward disappointment.”

Obama signed an executive order that ended the ban on Friday, reversing the policy of the Bush administration.

“This deals a harsh blow not only to us Catholics but to all the people across the world who fight against the slaughter of innocents that is carried out with the abortion,” another top official with the Academy for Life, Monsignor Elio Sgreccia, told the ANSA news agency.

“Among the many good things that he could have done, Barack Obama instead chose the worst,” he was quoted as saying today.

BHO is on a roll.

Please understand, funding HAS been in place for abortions overseas with private funding and some government funding that gets rerouted without our knowledge or consent. This becomes a blatant thumb-on-nose to the Bush administration from BHO to appease the Dems in their fight for Stepford-wife like society. So, lets start with the third world countries first!

From the National Right to Life:

‘This will be the first instance in which the actions of the new Obama administration will inevitably, inextricably, and inexorably increase the number of aborted babies. But virtually no “mainstream media” outlet will bother to point that out to the public. No, today’s executive order, we are told, is all about eliminating a “global gag rule.” ‘ read the entire article here–>

And then Guttmacher:

‘The Bush administration and other anti–family planning administrations had also denied U.S. support to UNFPA—which works to reduce the need for abortion by promoting voluntary family planning in more than 150 poor countries. The Reagan, Bush I and Bush II administrations all blocked any U.S. contribution to UNFPA on the grounds that it indirectly supported coercive abortions in China, despite U.S. government findings clearing UNFPA of any involvement in coercive practices.’ read the entire aricle here–>

This is just the beginning – next is the Freedom of Choice Act right here in the U.S. God will not be mocked – there is judgement coming.

Ban on Overseas Abortion to be Lifted.

With every wave of Democratic rule, comes certain death. The death of those who HAVE NO CHOICE. The United Nations Population Fund is being funded by the tax payer and many more private funders such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Read on:

In today:

President Obama on Friday is expected to lift a ban on federal funding for groups that help provide abortions abroad, reversing a policy of his predecessor, George W. Bush.

Obama will sign the executive order one day after the 36th anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion in all 50 states.

The policy, known as the Mexico City policy, requires any non-governmental organization to agree before receiving U.S. funds that they will “neither perform nor actively promote abortion as a method of family planning in other nations.”

The policy was first instituted by President Ronald Reagan in 1984 and continued by President George H.W. Bush. The policy was reversed by President Bill Clinton in 1993, and re-instated by President George W. Bush in 2001.

It seems that Obama’s first 100 days will be busy – mostly making a mockery of all moral truths that this country was founded on. And this is only the beginning.

When does abortion become a HATE CRIME?