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Caught on Tape -- Planned Parenthood & NAF Conceal Child Abuse
Life Dynamics, Inc -- Denton, TX ^ | ?

Posted on 11/14/2004 5:46:16 AM PST by topher

Planned Parenthood clinics, National Abortion Federation clinics and others in the abortion clinic business make their money by selling abortions, birth control pills, pregnancy tests and treatments for sexually transmitted diseases. But in order to push sales to minors, NAF & Planned Parenthood abortion clinics have been ignoring child abuse reporting laws and promising to conceal statutory rape and ongoing child sexual molestation.

We have over 800 tape recordings that show how Planned Parenthood and NAF abortion workers secure business from victims of statutory rape by undermining parental authority, encouraging children to lie and promising minors that their employees will ignore mandatory reporting laws. Hundreds of Planned Parenthood clinic and National Abortion Federation clinic employees have been caught on tape expressing their willingness to conceal the statutory rape of a 13-year-old girl by a 22-year-old man. Even though many of these Planned Parenthood and NAF employees openly acknowledged that statutory rape is a crime and that they are required by law to report it, they made it clear that they do not abide by the law.

Planned Parenthood speaks - Click to hear the evidence for yourself

Planned Parenthood report - Click to see the evidence for yourself



TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Extended News; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: childabuse; felonies; naf; plannedparenthood; predators; rape; videotape
What has ever happened to concern for our children? Why has Planned Parenthood been not shut down?

This is part of the Arlen Specter issue, for I am certain he has received funding from various pro-abortion groups.

It is time to start arresting these people who protect child pretators and help children to be a victim of Planned Parenthood.

The judges that Arlen Specter will allow are only ones that allow sexual predators to get off without being punished.

This should start being a part of the letters to the Senate -- with a comment that Arlen Specter is part of this problem -- not the solution.

1 posted on 11/14/2004 5:46:16 AM PST by topher
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To: topher

The abortion industry is driven by blood money, what do you expect?


2 posted on 11/14/2004 5:48:07 AM PST by kjvail (Judica me Deus, et discerne causam meam de gente non sancta)
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To: kjvail
Yes, Yes, Yes. But that is no reason to let them walk the streets. There is evidence -- prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law.

Of course, one might find that Hillary's lovely legs are protecting them...

3 posted on 11/14/2004 5:52:11 AM PST by topher
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To: topher
that ... rape is a crime and that they are required by law to report it, they made it clear that they do not abide by the law.

This type of law breaking must stop by Planned Parenthood. The new AG can start by investigating these tapes.

And I still think that Planned Parenthood and Arlen Specter sleep in the same bed...

4 posted on 11/14/2004 5:54:32 AM PST by topher
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To: topher
By FAR, "Planned Parenthood" and National Abortion Federation clinics are the leading perpetrators of child abuse in the United States.

The "abortuary" industry also murders children, such as teenager Holly Patterson in Alameda County, California last year, after visiting the local killing center without her parents being notified.

5 posted on 11/14/2004 5:55:46 AM PST by FormerACLUmember (Free Republic is 21st Century Samizdat)
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To: topher

National Abortion Rights Action League Pro Choice America ordered flags in front of the nation's abortion clinics to be flown at half-staff "to show the empathy and support of professional abortion providers for our amateur brother, Scott Peterson," according to a NARAL news release.

"We feel Scott's pain," said an unnamed NARAL spokesperson. "And we ask all Americans to rally to the cause of this man who is being persecuted for his personal interpretation of the freedoms we have under Roe v. Wade. He has done little more than doctors at our women's health clinics nationwide do everyday, and yet he's treated as a criminal."


6 posted on 11/14/2004 6:15:00 AM PST by FormerACLUmember (Free Republic is 21st Century Samizdat)
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To: topher

Bttt.


7 posted on 11/14/2004 6:49:59 AM PST by MaryFromMichigan (We childproofed our home, but they are still getting in)
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To: topher
This is part of the Arlen Specter issue, for I am certain he has received funding from various pro-abortion groups.

Is there any evidence of that?

8 posted on 11/14/2004 7:53:15 AM PST by Tamzee (The Odyssey... "By their own follies they perished, the fools.")
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To: FormerACLUmember
National Abortion Rights Action League Pro Choice America ordered flags in front of the nation's abortion clinics to be flown at half-staff "to show the empathy and support of professional abortion providers for our amateur brother, Scott Peterson," according to a NARAL news release.

"We feel Scott's pain," said an unnamed NARAL spokesperson. "And we ask all Americans to rally to the cause of this man who is being persecuted for his personal interpretation of the freedoms we have under Roe v. Wade. He has done little more than doctors at our women's health clinics nationwide do everyday, and yet he's treated as a criminal."

Groan. I did not see this. This is really sick.

9 posted on 11/14/2004 9:23:51 AM PST by topher
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To: Tamsey
Is there any evidence of that?

There is this web page from Planned Parenthood:

http://www.ppaction.org/ppaction/home.html

In the page above, Planned Parenthood is asking for counter action against the phone calls being made now to block Specter's nomination of the Judiciary Committee.

In the Pennsylvania primary, where Toomey was narrowly defeated by Specter, there is the Freerepublic article:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1126254/posts

There is a direct contribution to the Specter campaign, in that Planned Parenthood waged a mailing and other efforts to get voters out. There is a monetary value assigned to these mailings (postage, ink, letters, envelopes, as well as the stuffing process). A portion of it below is:

To: National Desk

Contact: Steve Smith of Planned Parenthood, 202-973-4972

WASHINGTON, April 28 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Pro-choice Republicans played a decisive role in defeating anti-choice extremist Pat Toomey's bid to oust Sen. Arlen Specter in Tuesday's Pennsylvania Senate primary, spurred by mail and phone calls from Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates.

In the final week of the heated race between Toomey and Specter, Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates sent mail and made phone calls that reached more than 39,000 pro-choice Republicans, urging them to protect family planning and a woman's right to choose by voting against Toomey in the primary. Specter defeated Toomey by an estimated 16,000 votes, indicating the messages about Toomey's anti-choice record may have been key to his defeat.

"Pro-choice, moderate Republicans understand the threat an anti-choice hardliner like Pat Toomey poses to the future of reproductive rights," Planned Parenthood Action Fund President Gloria Feldt said. "By turning out in force to reject Toomey's politics of anti-choice extremism, moderates sent a powerful message that they aren't about to let the radical right-wing define who is a true Republican."

In Congress, Toomey consistently votes to undermine reproductive rights and restrict access to family planning, earning a reputation as one of the most anti-choice members of the House of Representatives. Toomey's extreme agenda includes opposition to medically accurate sex education, family planning funding and a woman's right to choose.

"The voters showed once again yesterday that pro-choice candidates can and do win in Pennsylvania," said Patrick Hopkins, executive director of Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates. "For three years in a row, pro-choice candidates have defeated anti-choice hardliners in statewide elections. Planned Parenthood's efforts to mobilize tens of thousands of pro-choice Republicans to fight back against right-wing hardliners played a decisive role in Pat Toomey's defeat. Yesterday's election continues to show that choice is a keystone value in the Keystone State."

Toomey's defeat serves as yet another example of the resonance Planned Parenthood's pro-choice, pro-family planning messages have with moderate Republican and independent swing voters. The national Planned Parenthood Action Fund has an aggressive, multi- tiered plan in place to mobilize these voters and other key voting blocs throughout the country in the 2004 elections. For more information about the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, go to http://www.plannedparenthoodvotes.org


10 posted on 11/14/2004 9:48:59 AM PST by topher
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To: topher

Good to know, thanks, but this is something that they did on their own and Specter wouldn't be able to stop. It's a bit different than Planned Parenthood contributing directly to his campaign and him accepting the checks.


11 posted on 11/14/2004 9:58:54 AM PST by Tamzee (The Odyssey... "By their own follies they perished, the fools.")
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To: Tamsey
but this is something that they did on their own and Specter wouldn't be able to stop.

Arlen Specter has had a consistent Pro-Abortion voting record. This is something that Planned Parenthood likes.

Showing Arlen Specter readily accepts their help is now the problem.

12 posted on 11/14/2004 10:09:44 AM PST by topher
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To: topher

Nope. I don't like Specter but it's deceitful to imply he is worse than he is. That goes for stating he has accepting money from Planned Parenthood if he actually didn't, and it goes for insisting he has a "consistent pro-abortion voting record". He voted to pass the Partial Birth Abortion Ban and he voted to pass Laci and Conner's Law.

He's not conservative or pro-life, no, but you guys attempting to paint him as extreme as Kerry, Kennedy, etc, is a distortion. I don't like it when either side engages in that garbage.


13 posted on 11/14/2004 10:18:56 AM PST by Tamzee (The Odyssey... "By their own follies they perished, the fools.")
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To: Tamsey
Good to know, thanks, but this is something that they did on their own and Specter wouldn't be able to stop. It's a bit different than Planned Parenthood contributing directly to his campaign and him accepting the checks.

I will have to punt on this issue.

There is a more important issue tied to this. Planned Parenthood is infiltrating into Girl Scout Councils.

Now this is the time of year that these little girls are out selling cookies.

I recently visited a site that had about the Planned Parenthood and Girl Scout links.

My biggest problem with the financial link between Specter and the Pro-Abortion groups is that he is on the Republican party. Emily's List is a Democratic only list.

It is important to get Planned Parenthood out of the Girl Scouts first.

And it can be said that Planned Parenthood came to the rescue of Arlen Specter in the Primary -- whether he wanted it or not -- but he is a strong and proud supporter of abortion rights...

14 posted on 11/14/2004 10:29:05 AM PST by topher
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To: Tamsey
He voted to pass the Partial Birth Abortion Ban and he voted to pass Laci and Conner's Law.

Partial Birth Abortion is considered Infanticide, not abortion. The reason is that a healthy baby is delivered, with the exception the head is left in the Birth Contol. At this point in the process, the baby with beating heart and brain activity, has the brain crushed.

Then the baby is allowed to be delivered.

The Planned Parenthood help that Specter received was not directly rebuked by Specter -- Planned Parenthood saw a potential ally going down to defeat, and Specter did not warn Republicans that Planned Parenthood was not speaking for his campaign.

He did not directly rebuke the help, but he did not directly accept the help.

As for Conner's law, the woman was in the 8 month of a pregnancy. Many people consider this a general protection for pregnant women and their unborn.

I imagine that people in Pennsylvania who have contributed heavily to Planned Parenthood have also contributed to Arlen Specter.

Rick Santorium would not get such money because of his Pro-Life stance.

15 posted on 11/14/2004 10:35:42 AM PST by topher
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To: topher

I think it is sarcasm, without the HTML tags.


16 posted on 11/14/2004 10:38:43 AM PST by webheart (Pajamarazzi Rules!)
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To: topher

You couldn't despise Planned Parenthood any more than I do, but it's false to say that they donated to Specter's campaign. That implies a cash payment that Specter blatantly accepted.


17 posted on 11/14/2004 10:42:57 AM PST by Tamzee (The Odyssey... "By their own follies they perished, the fools.")
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To: Tamsey
but it's deceitful to imply he is worse than he is. That goes for stating he has accepting money from Planned Parenthood if he actually didn't, and it goes for insisting he has a "consistent pro-abortion voting record".

From:

http://www.vote-smart.org/npat.php?can_id=S0761103

Arlen Specter states:

Abortions should always be legal.

He does say:

PBA should be Illegal.

But my response is that this is Infanticide not abortion, because this is the position of the majority of MD's [doctors] in the country.

For this discussion, the web page:

http://www.vote-smart.org/issue_rating_category.php?can_id=S0761103

is of interest.

According to this web page:

In 2001, Arlen Specter voted in the preferred position of Planned Parenthood 75% of the time.

In 1999, Arlen Specter voted in the preferred position of Planned Parenthood 71% of the time.

In 1996-2003, Arlen Specter voted in the preferred position of Planned Parenthood 67% of the time.

However, there are gray areas:

In 2001, NARAL rated his votes that were most important to NARAL to be 0% in their preferred positions.

But in 2000, NARAL rated his votes to be 90% of their preferred position.

Also, in 2001-2002, NARAL rated his position as being 0% supportive of NARAL important votes.

National Right to Life shows that his votes goes almost one side to the other.

In 1999-2000, Arlen Specter had a 22% rating on the preferred position of NRLC (National Right to Life Comittee).

This was even worse in 2001-2002, where Arlen Specter's rating with NRLC votes was 0%.

But the contradiction comes in 2003-2004, where Arlen Specter's votes were 64% in the preferred position of NRLC.

The point here is not so much Arlen Specter waffling on positions, it is the votes that he supported were not that controversal.

A man killing a pregnant woman is different from a woman having an abortion.

Arlen voted for the former, but still supports the right of a woman to have an abortion.

It is true that Arlen Specter has received support that amounts to support that has a financial value -- the support of the chapter of Planned Parenthood in Pennsylvania trying to get votes for Specter.

My question is reversal of yours -- where has Arlen Specter ever come out and condemned Planned Parenthood.

And where has Arlen Specter come out and condemned Planned Parenthood on this particular issue.

The Life Dynamics information is from 2002.

This has given Arlen Specter plenty of time to condemn Planned Parenthood.

No. There is a smoking gun. Arlen Specter has received critical support from Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood even boasts about this support.

That was in the primary against Toomey. Planned Parenthood claims their efforts gave Specter enough votes to beat the conservative Toomey.

Overall in the in the Senate, Specter has a 67% favorable rating with Planned Parenthood.

I will consider PBA not abortion but infanticide, so that means that Arlen Specter is still an abortion supporter, even though he has recently supported the PBA Ban (I ever voted to support Clinton's veto or not).

18 posted on 11/14/2004 11:10:32 AM PST by topher
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To: Tamsey
You couldn't despise Planned Parenthood any more than I do, but it's false to say that they donated to Specter's campaign. That implies a cash payment that Specter blatantly accepted.

That I can not prove. But Arlen Specter received critical help in the primary to defeat a Pro-Life candidate (Toomey). There was money that was spent in the form of aid of phone calls and mailings.

Though he may not have endorsed this aid, he welcomed the votes that it produced in defeating Toomey.

19 posted on 11/14/2004 11:13:47 AM PST by topher
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To: Tamsey
Good to know, thanks, but this is something that they did on their own and Specter wouldn't be able to stop. It's a bit different than Planned Parenthood contributing directly to his campaign and him accepting the checks.

This is basically similar but very different than what the Swift Boat Veterans did.

The important point is that Specter did receive aid from Planned Parenthood, just as Bush received help from the Swift Boat Veterans.

Bush has not rebuked this support. Neither has Specter rebuked support from Planned Parenthood.

This is different from being able to prove that Senator John Kerry received $2000 from late term abortionist George Tiller of Wichita.

The reason I feel I should not back off is that this support was critical. Planned Parenthood claims their support was what helped Specter beat Toomey. That is what I found on the Internet.

If I drive a car around with Specter Signs on it, pay for a telephone bank, and staff it, and then send out mailings, there is a cost associated with that.

Where has Arlen Specter ever condemned Planned Parenthood? What is to prevent Planned Parenthood members and associations from providing financial support to his campaign.

He supports abortion.

He has come out against PBA, which I consider Infanticide. [Because the birthing process is used to kill the unborn baby -- the birth canal is enlarged so that the unborn baby is delivered but killed before totally delivered].

There is no direct exchange of money, which is a given.

But given what Planned Parenthood is exposed as doing, if this person is going to be head of the powerful Judiciary Committe, he should condemn Planned Parenthood, and rebuke the support they have given him.

This he has not done.

20 posted on 11/14/2004 11:25:07 AM PST by topher
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To: webheart
I think it is sarcasm, without the HTML tags.

Thank God! Though Margaret Sanger has ties to Nazi Germany [in the organization prior to Planned Parenthood], I am glad that NARAL did not stoop this low...

21 posted on 11/14/2004 11:26:54 AM PST by topher
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To: topher

if this is real, it sounds like a class action suit and a RICO action.


22 posted on 11/14/2004 11:27:04 AM PST by the invisib1e hand (if a man lives long enough, he gets to see the same thing over and over.)
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To: topher

Yes, I know Specter is not pro-life. I signed the petition against him chairing the judicial committee.

But if you "can not prove" he took money from Planned Parenthood, you should not say that he did.

Easy enough, I think.


23 posted on 11/14/2004 11:27:08 AM PST by Tamzee (The Odyssey... "By their own follies they perished, the fools.")
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To: topher
This is part of the Arlen Specter issue, for I am certain he has received funding from various pro-abortion groups.

I am having trouble finding a direct link here.

I have found a critical case where Planned Parenthood set up a phone bank to help Specter defeat Toomey in the primary.

Even today, Planned Parenthood has a web link in support of Arlen Specter, and they are urging their supporters to support Arlen Specter.

What I don't see is Arlen Specter ever condemning Planned Parenthood or the help they have given him, though perhaps not monetarily.

24 posted on 11/14/2004 11:30:40 AM PST by topher
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To: topher

This is Bigger than Arlen Specter. Watching and listening to this made me Physically ill...

To have a child treated this way is horrendous. A 13 year old child and a 22 year old man? Statutory rape charges should be the least of his worries


25 posted on 11/14/2004 11:31:34 AM PST by Leofl (Damn Proud to be an American)
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To: Tamsey
But if you "can not prove" he took money from Planned Parenthood, you should not say that he did.

Easy enough, I think.

I can not prove that Senator Arlen Specter has ever directly received financial support from Planned Parenthood.

26 posted on 11/14/2004 11:33:48 AM PST by topher
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To: Leofl
To have a child treated this way is horrendous. A 13 year old child and a 22 year old man? Statutory rape charges should be the least of his worries

This came out at least in 2002, if not before [2001].

No one in government has taken ANY ACTION against Planned Parenthood.

Worse is that Planned Parenthood is trying to get more involved with the Girl Scouts.

27 posted on 11/14/2004 11:35:55 AM PST by topher
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To: Tamsey
But if you "can not prove" he took money from Planned Parenthood, you should not say that he did.

You are quite correct. I can not prove this. He did not take money directly from Planned Parenthood.

The fact that Planned Parenthood engaged in support of his campaign does not imply that money was directly given.

28 posted on 11/14/2004 11:39:49 AM PST by topher
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To: Leofl; Tamsey
http://www.all.org/stopp/scouts/index.htm

Planned Parenthood and the Girl Scouts

This is from American Life League.

This URL [http://www.all.org/stopp/scouts/index.htm] can be clicked on below:

Planned Parenthood and the Girl Scouts

29 posted on 11/14/2004 11:44:22 AM PST by topher
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To: the invisib1e hand
if this is real, it sounds like a class action suit and a RICO action.

I notified the FBI of this, as I feel there has been no action on this for too long.

HOWEVER, I did omit the term RICO, which would broaden the powers of the FBI to pursue this.

Since they have voice recordings, and other documentation, they can prosecute based on this.

America said it wanted to a more moral and just place in the 2004 election [in my opinion]. This is my personal followup.

30 posted on 11/14/2004 11:49:03 AM PST by topher
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To: topher; invisib1e hand
Over 800 tape recordings from around the nation, each promising minors that their employees will ignore mandatory reporting laws is massive Prima Facie evidence of a vast interstate racketering criminal enterprise.
31 posted on 11/14/2004 1:33:23 PM PST by FormerACLUmember (Free Republic is 21st Century Samizdat)
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To: topher
This is part of the Arlen Specter issue, for I am certain he has received funding from various pro-abortion groups.

Bingo! $10,000 from the Single Issue interest group that is for Abortion/Pro-Choice.

This was for the 2004 campaign.

In the same category in 1998, Spector only received $1,060.

One way to cover all bets is back both candidates if you are pro-abortion (NARAL, NAF, and Planned Parenthood.

THERE IS A SMOKING GUN!

Note also that I did not say that Planned Parenthood gave the money directly, but there are ways for Planned Parenthood to funnel money into campaigns.

Probably most of this is either NARAL or NAF. But there would be some small percentage of probably Planned Parenthood Money.

32 posted on 11/14/2004 5:05:29 PM PST by topher
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To: Tamsey
topher wrote:
This is part of the Arlen Specter issue, for I am certain he has received funding from various pro-abortion groups.

Tamsey wrote:
Is there any evidence of that?

In the big picture, it is not a huge amount of money -- $10,000 -- but it probably came from some Planned Parenthood donators, some NARAL and NAF donators, and maybe from these organizations through some front organizations.

The website for the Information is:

http://www.opensecrets.org/pacs/memberprofile.asp?cid=N00001604&cycle=2004&remove=Q03

One must look under first:

Ideology/Single Issue:

Then under:

Abortion Policy/Pro-Choice

There are $10,000 -- $5,000 from each of two funds:
Republicans Pro-Choice Coalition
Republicans for Choice

Basically, this could allow an array or Pro-Abortion organizations to donate to this Pie.

33 posted on 11/14/2004 5:20:11 PM PST by topher
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To: Tamsey
Your Post #8

My Post #10 [Planned Parenthood claiming victory with Pro-Choice Republicans]
And Post #33 [$10,000 from two Republican Pro-Choice "entities"]

There may not be a direct connection, but Planned Parenthood claims to have been instrumental in the Specter Campaign.

And he accepted $10,000 of Single Issue money for Abortion/Pro-Choice.

34 posted on 11/14/2004 5:28:09 PM PST by topher
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To: Tamsey
He has taken money from the abortion industry.

On another thread, it is posted that he received $7,500 from late term abortionist George Tiller of Wichita, KS [Arlen Specter was from there].

John Kerry only received $2,000 from Tiller [whose last name rhymes with "Killer"].

35 posted on 11/14/2004 9:15:09 PM PST by topher
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To: topher

Pick one district attorney in one city where this is happening and FReep the hell out of him until he does something.


36 posted on 11/14/2004 9:16:54 PM PST by doug from upland (Vietnam Vets: FINALLY -- welcome home, heroes)
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To: topher; Tamsey; All

Several of us talked about the Specter/Pro-Abortion Donations last night on the following thread, starting at post #23:

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1279443/posts


And this is a comment I made last night on the thread I linked:

"Found some interesting comments on the "pro-abortion/choice" group embedded in the Republican Party, known as Republican Pro-Choice Coalition. Apparently they keep company with the very liberal Planned Parenthood and Emily's List, etc.

Here are statements about their giving money and large support to Specter:

April 6--In addition to Sen. Arlen Specter's pitch to a Jewish group of Democrats, and the Republican Pro-Choice Coalition's direct-mail campaign urging 20,000 Democratic voters to switch for the primary, a major international union is getting into the game...

April 18-...the Republican Pro-Choice Coalition. The Washington group is spending $450,000 for Specter, including 200,000 mailings now going to moderate Republicans, said Jennifer Blei Stockman, the national cochair.

August 23-..Amid those heavy flows of political donations, pro-choice political organizations like Planned Parenthood Action Fund, NARAL Pro-Choice America, EMILY's List, The WISH List and the Republican Majority for Choice are also expected to raise substantial sums during election season of over $50 million to support pro-choice candidates, get out the vote and broadcast advertisements. "

Link reference:
http://216.239.39.104/search?q=cache:2CEKA1i7lkkJ:www.rpcc.org/data/pdf/pdf22_gl/pdf22_pdf1.pdf+pro-choice+donations+arlen+specter&hl=en


This was not posted on the thread I mentioned but found it interesting also. I copied it from Operation Rescue's report called "Tiller Report":

"Also in 1996, Tiller revealed that he had
donated an additional $5,700 to various
Democrat candidates, all of whom lost,
$4,300 to the Kansas Democratic State
Committee and $1,000 to the Clinton-Gore
.96 Primary Committee. The only
Republican who received a contribution
from Tiller was pro-abortion Senator Arlen
Specter, who received $4,795 for his failed
Presidential campaign. However, the
Specter campaign returned the money."


http://www.operationrescue.org/archives/TillerReport.PDF


37 posted on 11/14/2004 9:23:26 PM PST by Cedar
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To: topher
Boxer, Harkin, and other dem senators receive contributions from the fetal tissue industry companies ... but the BM (big media) keeps a tight lid on that too. So what makes us think the media leftists would expose this scourge?
38 posted on 11/14/2004 9:27:45 PM PST by MHGinTN (If you can read this, you've had life support from someone. Promote life support for others.)
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To: MHGinTN
I am betting on the prosecution by the government.

The Republicans would love to have a diversionary issue -- such as this -- with other things going on.

It is not for the media to do, but for the government to start prosecuting and following up.

Otherwise, these people will continue to help child predators escape without punishment.

39 posted on 11/15/2004 3:28:46 AM PST by topher
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To: topher; GatorGirl; maryz; afraidfortherepublic; Antoninus; Aquinasfan; livius; goldenstategirl; ...

Ping.


40 posted on 11/15/2004 3:34:54 AM PST by narses (Free Republic is pro-God, pro-life, pro-family + Vivo Christo Rey!)
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To: Tamsey

"You couldn't despise Planned Parenthood any more than I do,..."

Good. But every pro-life thread where I see you posting, you are bashing the pro-life folks. Why is that?


41 posted on 11/15/2004 3:39:09 AM PST by narses (Free Republic is pro-God, pro-life, pro-family + Vivo Christo Rey!)
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To: topher

They had this same info available for years.... WB33 in Dallas-FW even had a report on it, their reporter even called up an abortion clinic pretending to be a minor looking for an illegal abortion and got clear directions on how to do it from the Planned Parenthood Clinic.


42 posted on 11/15/2004 3:39:24 AM PST by GeronL (http://images7.fotki.com/v125/photos/2/215708/780411/reow-vi.jpg?1100155138)
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To: narses
But every pro-life thread where I see you posting, you are bashing the pro-life folks. Why is that?

I just bash some of us... the ones that are trying their very, very best to push the country to the left. I find that a tad irritating.

43 posted on 11/15/2004 1:45:21 PM PST by Tamzee (The Odyssey... "By their own follies they perished, the fools.")
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