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Planned Parenthood: We Aborted 327,653 Babies In FY2014

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Planned Parenthood clinics did 327,653 abortions in its fiscal year 2014 (which ran from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014), according to Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s newly released annual report.

 

That works out to an average of 37 abortions per hour or nearly 1 every 90 seconds.

Planned Parenthood also received $528.4 million from government grants and reimbursements, which equaled 41 percent of its revenue.

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  • DJohn1

    The problem I see here is that it is legal.
    The nature of things is that women are the ones that get pregnant and have children. That is not just humans, it is every animal on the planet.
    But anyway you look at it, that is an undeveloped human being and aborting that human being for any reason goes against many of our religious beliefs. I believe it is murder. Others do not.
    I have known a lot of people in a lifetime. What is worst than abortion? Well sometimes after an abortion, that woman is no longer capable of having a child. So she has blown her chance to have a family of her own and that effects everyone around her to some extent.
    What I find to be an abomination is our politicians that support this agency with funding from the federal government.
    People that compromise in order to get what they want in return for support for things they want.
    The first step every true Christian out there needs to take is a stand against that vote and the people that voted that way at the next available opportunity. Vote for someone else that might hesitate to make those compromises knowing they are watched and that they could get thrown out of office at the next opportunity.
    I really do not know many people watching what the Congress does. And that is the second problem. Every vote and every move our Congress makes represents us, the people of this country. So if they voted for Planned Parenthood they represented us when they did it.
    That basically makes us responsible for their errors in judgement.