Planned Parenthood CEO: Title X

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  • Updated: February 13, 2011 - 4:46 PM
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SupervonFeb. 13, 11 5:27 PM

Planned Parenthood? More like Non-parenthood at their selection.

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fromupnortFeb. 13, 11 6:03 PM

People need to read a bit on Margaret Sanger to get the flavor of Planned Parenthood. All she was purporting was to rid the earth of "weeds."

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KepmeisterFeb. 13, 11 7:01 PM

Yep, Planned Parenthood does some good things, and they also kill a lot of unborn children. Hey, Mussolini got the trains to run on time, of course, there was that little fascist thing but he did do some good things.

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tcm9886Feb. 13, 11 7:44 PM

I don't suppose we can call on any compassion for the defenseless, unborn child?

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MMMH2OFeb. 13, 11 7:54 PM

How about the young girl who got an abortion, then for the rest of her life was depressed because she killed a child? Just one you say...sorry, I have met many women who have been turned into zombies by the Planned Unparenthood.

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shadrapFeb. 13, 11 8:01 PM

If no title X funds are used for abortion, who pays for it when the woman having an abortion has no funds? You guessed it, profits from doing other abortions from paying women.

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really1979Feb. 13, 11 8:27 PM

I don't suppose we can call on compassion as these cuts are being made. WHAT A ARROGANT COMMENT. HOW ABOUT COMPASSION FOR THE UNBORN MS. STOESZ? MAYBE YOU CAN RAISE THE MONEY FROM LOIS QUAM, ALIDA ROCKAFELLER, TINA SMITH AND THE OTHER LIMOUSINE LIBERALS WHO FUND YOUR "OPERATION". TRY TO PAINT WHATEVER PICTURE YOU WANT, THE REPUBLICAN HOUSE AND SENATE WILL PROTECT THE UNBORN AND SEND THE GOVERNOR MANY CHANCES TO STAND WITH LIFE.

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jal1962Feb. 13, 11 9:28 PM

I see we have the conservative religious right zealots in full force tonight.

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richie1Feb. 13, 1110:23 PM

This is so deepressing. I always assumed that by 2011 that all citizens, at least Minnesotans, would be able to see a broad range of facts, emotions, individual circumstances, individual rights, individual beliefs, and simply minding your own business. The very private abortion issue spans a range of 1 to 100 and so many people commenting here seem to see about from 49 to 51. Do a little role playing people. Not everyone thinks like you and we also have law. There can be no judgement on this issue because you are simply not them.

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richie1Feb. 13, 1110:36 PM

This is so depressing. I would have thought that by 2011, at least in Minnesota, that people would have a realization that the abortion issue involves very private views from individual rights, to individual beliefs, to knowing the law, to realizing that we simply can make no judgements on someone going through such a tragic time. You are not them. The abortion issue covers a range of 1-100 and many of you are seeing 49-51. Do a little role playing. Help the suffering who are here. So many of the "pro-lifers" voted for candidates who voted for war, the death penalty, lowering the minimum wage, no health coverage for children or adults in need, and sending jobs to other counties. I'm not a beliver, but if I was you'd be the first in line for hell fire. Just a fairy tale fact- not a judgement!

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