Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The organized attack on Planned Parenthood is counter(re)productive.


YouTube - "I Have Sex" — students speak out against ideological attack on Planned Parenthood






Sometimes the choice between one camp and another is just so very clear. Conservativepresidential hopeful Herman Cain speaks to the Heritage Foundation and makes this statement about a major provider of women's health services, including routine checkups and birth control:
"It's not Planned Parenthood. No, it's planned genocide. You can quote me on that."
Awesome. We'd love to. On the other side of the debate, we've got these friendly looking college kids reminding you that Americans like them have sex and enjoy it, or at least plan to. Since most of them are heterosexual, by the odds, they're all into the planning part of parenthood.
Sidenote: This video comes from the Coffee Party, which, while remaining super-civil, has also begun taking positions on issues.

2 comments:

DanBack said...

I hope Ginny doesn't see this. No telling what might happen.

Kevin Scheunemann said...

Coffee Party is civil?

You have not reviewed the "20 day of thuggery" of members of the "coffee party".

http://www.620wtmj.com/shows/charliesykes/118228559.html?blog=y