Just an oversight, I’m sure! See House Republicans Continue Assault On Women; Religious Leaders Oppose De-funding Planned Parenthood, written by false teacher Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie, who is pro-legalized abortion and wants taxpayer-funded abortions but hypocritically mentions Jesus’ concern for the “least of these” in many of his posts.
As a minister in the United Church of Christ, I will continue to speak out in support of Planned Parenthood and their critical mission of providing health care. This attempt to strip away the rights of women to make their own reproductive health care choices cannot be allowed to stand.
Chuck appears to be as ignorant of basic science as he is about Christianity and economics: He doesn’t realize that abortion occurs after two people have reproduced and made a new human being.
But why didn’t Chuck even mention Planned Parenthood’s serial hiding of statutory rape. Is it good for women if you hide statutory rape so you can make money off abortions? Chuck thinks it is a moral good to take 6 yr. old girls to gay pride parades. You’d think that at least his atheist wife (yeah, he’s not much of an evangelist, is he?) would have enough human decency to stop that. If his girls have 30 yr. old boyfriends when they are 13, will Chuck be glad PP is there to hide the crime of statutory rape and to kill his grandchild?
And why didn’t he mention how Planned Parenthood had been busted hiding traffickers of underage, illegal prostitution? How does he reconcile that with his faux concern for others?
I will say this for people like Chuck: They make it easy to spot fake Christians. Man, these guys aren’t even trying anymore!
Then there’s this big lie.
Planned Parenthood is proud of its vital role in providing young people with honest sexuality and relationship information in classrooms and online to help reduce our nation’s alarmingly high rates of teen pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections.
Planned Parenthood helped cause the increase in STDs by giving false hope of the effectiveness of condoms and more.
Chuck also quotes the deceptively named Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (they appear to be equally ignorant about science):
As a coalition sustained by our faith and pursuit for social justice, the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice asks: Where is the justice in destroying services that support responsible behaviors and healthy life styles? The answer is obvious: there is no justice and no compassion. These cuts must be stopped by the Senate because they are morally indefensible.
How can these moral freaks prattle on about justice, compassion and morality when their sole concern is to increase this? And if PP is such a swell organization, why don’t they contribute themselves instead of forcing other taxpayers to?