Saturday, November 29, 2008

Gift Certificates for a Lifetime of Depression, Torment, and Guilt.

In the last five months I have interviewed many woman that have had an abortion and have had to deal with the effects of that decision. Most thought that they were taking care of a problem only to find that it compounded the problems of their lives. Yes, they might not have to deal with a young child, but they suffered with a constant feeling of guilt of that choice. Some did not realize the depression and other problems they were going through was a result of the abortion. It was only years later that they came to understand where their problems originated and finally knowing they had made a tragic mistake.

Abortion is not the easy way out as Planned Parenthood and other organizations say. It will shackle you with a lifetime of problems whether you realize it or not. Planned Parenthood is in the business of killing babies to make money and they could careless of the consequences for women. They know abortion is harmful to a woman's emotional and physical well-being. They know the horrific results of what women do and how they change after an abortion. Yet, because they are in the business of making money, vast quantities of it, they will take the money and throw the woman to the curb.

If you love and care for a person, you don’t want to buy them a Planned Parenthood gift certificate. The last thing you would want for them is to have an abortion. It will destroy their lives, and many times destroys the relationship, and can destroy families.

If Planned Parenthood was so concerned about women's health, why wouldn't they offer their services at little or no cost? With the billions of dollars they have made from murdering babies and traumatizing women I am sure they can afford it.

For more information visit Silent No More or Rachel's Vineyard

Planned Parenthood offers gift vouchers
Sean Lengell

Indiana residents in need of a quick stocking stuffer this holiday season have an unusual option: Planned Parenthood gift certificates.
The group's Hoosier State chapter on Wednesday began selling gift certificates redeemable at any of its 35 facilities for any service provided -- from basic health screenings to birth control to abortions.
Betty Cockrum, president and chief executive of Planned Parenthood of Indiana, said the program was initiated in response to the state's ailing economy.
"Our patients are principally low-income women, and so, needless to say, those patients are more challenged now than ever," Ms. Cockrum said. "We find that when women are [financially] strapped, they're more worried about putting food on the table and gas in their car, and their health care is often put by the wayside."