Quantcast

Comments about ‘Planned Parenthood, abortion and the budget fight’

Return to article »

Published: Friday, April 8 2011 3:45 p.m. MDT

Comments
  • Oldest first
  • Newest first
  • Most recommended
Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

'Planned Parenthood, abortion and the budget fight' - Title'

'Republican leaders say that's just not so. The question of a shutdown, they said Friday, is about a need for greater cuts in federal spending, not social issues including abortion.' - Article

What is the title?

I guess all that 2010 stuff about 'jobs, jobs, jobs' was just more talk from Republicans.

Once again, they bait and switch, ignoring politcial promises, and focus instead on an angenda.

And the people who vote for them, let it continue to happen.

*'Boehner says tax cuts needed to create jobs' - 12/03/10 - AP - Published by Fox News

then...

*'John Boehner: If federal jobs are lost, 'So be it'' - Ed O'Keefe - 02/15/11 - Washington post

I will never understand how 'abortion' and 'budget fight' are part of the same discussion...

when abortions became legal in the US in 1973. (Roe vs. Wade)

38 years later, the agenda to stop abortions through budget cuts, instead of legal process...

is clear.

Screwdriver
Casa Grande, AZ

Abortions come from what?....... Yes class, unwanted pregnancies. Planned parenthood provides first the information people need to NOT to have unwanted pregnancies. We're talking about severely missinformed teens that NEED real information.

Sure abstinance works, when people are near perfect and manage to do it. And as those of us in a faith that requires abstinance know, it's not a perfect record. There were several LDS girls in my stake that got pregnant when I was in high school. It happens.

Republicans action will INCREASE abortions! Why would you support republicans if you are "pro-life"?

to comment

DeseretNews.com encourages a civil dialogue among its readers. We welcome your thoughtful comments.
About comments