Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Planned Parenthood has hit a new low (Is that a surprise? They kill children.). A fellow pro-lifer brought this to my attention today. Here was her email:
I just visited Planned Parenthood of Delaware's web site and guess what? They are hosting a Pledge-A-Picket fundraising drive! People sign up to pledge $X for each day pro-life folks picket PP organizations between April 5 - June 5 of this year. Whee! Isn't that special??
This is ultra sickening. Exploiting (well, let's be honest, it's not new that PP exploits something) our right of free speech to raise money to perform abortions. We have a group of brave pro-lifers who vigil outside of PP on Friday mornings. This email was circulating among us and it was tossed around that we should stop vigiling while this heinous fundraising drive was going on. That could be the worst course of action. This "cutsie" little pledge drive isn't going to make much of a difference for them monetarily. They get loads and loads of money from the government. Money isn't what we, the pro-life movement is concerned with. We know that one save infuriates them more than any amount of money makes them happy. We can't play into their vile little games. That's exactly what they want - for us to recede so women don't actually have a choice. We have to stay the course...it's obviously working!!
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By the way, since I'm blogging again, I can't believe I haven't given a giant shout out to my BOILERS!! Way to go guys! Sweet Sixteen! For non-Boiler fans, all the "experts" didn't think they'd win the first round game. The boys had been ranked in the top 10 all year (except for once around #14, during a 3-game losing streak; and at the end of the season basically in the top 4 mostly), were expected to be a #1 seed in the NCAA tournament, and get to the Final Four in Indy. Then they lost their best player, Robbie Hummel, to an ACL tear with 4 games left. Needless to say, their ranking dropped and everyone thought that was it and basically didn't give them any benefit of the doubt. We ended up getting a #4 seed (not bad, considering a horrendous loss to Minnesota in the Big 10 tournament), won the first round game, then just Sunday beat the #5 seed, Texas A&M to advance to the Sweet Sixteen. Now we'll play Puke...er...Duke, the #1 seed in our region. If we play & shoot well, we can win easily. The problem is, the guys are up & down a lot so I'm praying for an "on" game!