The Abortion Business: I Want The Choice To Not Be An Investor

Abortion is a business. It is a big business. Huge. Michelle Malkin reports:

In April, the annual report of Planned Parenthood Federation of America revealed that the abortion giant had a total income of $1.02 billion–with reported profits of nearly $115 million. Taxpayers kick in more than $336 million worth of government grants and contracts at both the state and federal levels. That’s a third of Planned Parenthood’s budget.

And what market-distorting results do we get for those government incentives? 289,650 abortions in 2006.

This industry trades on other’s misfortune and stupidity. The industry also violates the medical principle of “first, do no harm”. Harming one living organism for the convenience of another strikes some as morally wrong, but the fact is, abortion is legal. Legal doesn’t mean right.

Still, what’s really galling is that people who believe it is morally wrong are forced to support the procedures. Where is my choice as a tax payer? Since feminists are all about choice, I’d like to exercise mine and not have my money subsidize what I consider a repugnant medical procedure.

If another doctor wants to sell killing and make money at it, so long as it’s legal, that’s his choice. As long as a consumer wants to buy the killing to escape her irresponsibility and it’s legal, that’s her choice. I want to exert my choice as a taxpayer and not be forced to support their disgusting commerce.

Cross-posted at Dr. Melissa Clouthier

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