Micaiah Bilger of Lifenews.com pointed out how the pre-born baby murder advocates want to force everyone to pay for birth control and abortion services. Case in point, an opinion piece by Crystal Strait, president of Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California.
We (Planned Parenthood) believe that denying access to contraception is both illegal and immoral. Thanks to the ACA’s birth control benefit, 55 million women gained access to contraception. For so many of us, access to birth control has been a given. It’s been 45 years since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized birth control and the impact of that decision has been immeasurable.
So you see Mr. and Miss. Anti-Abortion, your conscience is nothing. End of discussion, accept abortion, accept the fact that women are now sexually liberated and if we don’t want a child, we shall move heaven and hell to make sure it never is conceived… and if one is conceived then we have abortion services as back up. Get over it punks, you lost.
That is basically the attitude of the pre-born baby killers inc. (as well as population control advocates). They want to be free to copulate like jackrabbits but not procreate like jackrabbits. Trouble is we become their slaves in order for them to have their “sexual freedom.” We also have to renounce our faith in life-affirming God in order for people to be sexually liberated. Just another reminder of how progressivism is becoming the Church of the State.
This is why Conservative Review’s Daniel Horowitz hits on America’s judiciary as hard as he does. They have to be put in check, or we shall be eventually checkmated and the progressives will have absolute power to do whatever they want, and we will have another Nero, Stalin, Pol Pot, Casto to deal with again. Only this time in America itself.
Choice. It’s a word that Planned Parenthood loves to use when promoting the killing of unborn babies in abortions.
But now, the abortion chain is abandoning its favorite word in an underhanded attempt to force Christians to pay for birth control, including methods that may cause abortions, in their employee health plans.
Crystal Strait, president of Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California, recently wrote an opinion piece for The Sacramento Bee to argue their case.
For so many of us, access to birth control has been a given. It’s been 45 years since the U.S. Supreme Court legalized birth control and the impact of that decision has been immeasurable.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ranked contraception as one of the 10 great public health achievements of the 20th century. Yet here we are, in 2017, with a president who wants to restrict birth control access and move us back to the dark days of inequity and inequality.