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Candidate: I'll get rid of Planned Parenthood

Discussion in 'OBOB General Politics Forum' started by Michie, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. Michie

    Michie Member of the manipulation resistance team X2 Supporter

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    Democrats Attack Romney Over Planned Parenthood Cuts

    After Mitt Romney said that he would "get rid" of Planned Parenthood during his presidency, Democratic groups and the Obama campaign have launched a barrage of attacks against the Republican candidate, accusing Romney of playing to the extreme portions of his party.

    Continued- http://www.christianpost.com/news/democrats-attack-romney-over-planned-parenthood-cuts-71438/
  2. KatherineS

    KatherineS Well-Known Member

    I saw that live. This is the sad state we are coming to. Stupid, senseless remarks to appeal to a stupid, senseless element of the public.

    I am against abortion and against PP, but I know and Romeny knows the government (or the President) can't shut down a legal, private organization. The reporter had to draw it out of him that he meant get rid of funding, and even that Romney just babbled, suggesting PP had a line item in the appropriations rather than the fact there is no line in the federal budget giving money to PP. There are government contracts that are put out to bid and PP and whoever else wants to bids on them under a merit selection process. PP got a ton of government contracts under the Bush Administration.