Unbelievable: Planned Parenthood Used Thanksgiving Holiday to Push Abortion!

The indefatigable Steven Ertelt reports another outrage from the infanticide fanatics at Planned Parenthood. Apparently Planned Parenthood is advocating that families use the Thanksgiving holiday (and the upcoming Christmas break) as a day to push their ideas on abortion onto friends and family.

What could be more heartwarming? Friends and family, good food, and a little convivial conversation about killing babies? I mean, what is more fun to talk about around the Thanksgiving table than killing babies? Besides, remember how the Pilgrims were so concerned with killing babies? Yeah, so the discussion is a natural Thanksgiving Day topic, ya know?

As Ertelt says, the page on Planned Parenthood’s website is, “sure to upset millions of pro-life advocates who are busy spending the day thanking God for the gifts and blessings they’ve been given, especially the gift of human life…”

PP wants to help you for the holidays, you see? They offered a nice list of “eight easy steps” for pushing infanticide on family and friends for the holiday.

For instance, one of the helpful hints PP offered to drum up a great holiday discussion is to urge people to kill babies with disabilities.

How uplifting!

Tiny Tim beware, Planned Parenthood is gunning for ya!

PP’s webpage is also odd in another way. Whereas most people’s first assumption for a family-oriented holiday is that it should be a joyous time (especially if you are writing about it for public consumption), Planned Parenthood apparently sees Thanksgiving as a terrible, “stressful” time.

The PP site starts oddly with this: “Going home or getting together with relatives for the holidays is always a stressful time…”

Really? It’s not a wonderful time for family and friends? It’s just a “stressful time”?

I guess it should be no surprise that people that love infanticide are down on family even during the holidays, eh? What hateful, ignorant people are these? On Thanksgiving, only Planned Parenthood could be thankful for death.

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