Planned Parenthood does more than just killing babies … and John Wayne Gacy built some nice homes!

New Planned Parenthood Mascot?

by Doug Lawrence

Besides annually killing around 350,000 babies, and abusing as many women, Planned Parenthood would like you to know that they also provide health screenings, STD tests, and contraceptives (for a fee).

What they don’t say is that around a third of their profits come from abortion alone, and they have a very peculiar way of counting visits for services.

Let’s say you went to a restaurant for pizza, but every time you reached for a drink, or a napkin, a fork or a knife, the restaurant counted it as another “visit”. Weird, huh?

That’s how Planned Parenthood “cooks the books” in their favor. Books they have been totally unable to balance, by the way. They have yet to pass muster on key government audits of their use of state and federal funds.

But they claim that no federal money is used to provide abortions.

I say, “Prove it … or quit!”

When all you believe in is “women’s rights” and abortion, pretty soon, every problem begins to look like a baby.

More gory details have emerged in the case of Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia doctor who allegedly made millions of dollars performing illegal abortions at a clinic for over 30 years.

It’s now being alleged that doctors at the University of Pennsylvania Health System, which operates two hospitals within a mile of Gosnell’s squalid abortion clinic, failed to report the horrific condition of patients who came to them after having seen Gosnell.

The Daily Mail reports many women who went to Gosnell to end their pregnancies came away with life-threatening infections and punctured organs.

Some of these women reportedly still had fetal parts inside them when they arrived at the hospitals in desperate need of emergency care.

“We are very troubled that almost all of the doctors who treated these women routinely failed to report a fellow physician who was so obviously endangering his patients,” wrote the Philadelphia grand jurors, who recommended a slew of charges against Gosnell and his staff in January.