Posted by Curt on 15 May, 2015 at 6:00 pm. 4 comments already!


Matt Walsh:

Dear Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards,

Hello, my name is Matt Walsh, and I am a longtime financial contributor to your organization. Despite my frequent charitable giving, I have never received so much as a thank you card. I find this rather rude, and have been planning to write to you about this matter for some time.

But I now have a more urgent situation to address, as I just read with great interest your recent Twitter tantrum over the 20-week abortion ban passed by the House. In a series of tweets, you called it“dangerous,” “misguided,” and “backwards” to prevent doctors from executing 5-month-old babies who can feel pain and who are only three weeks (in some cases even less than that) from being viable outside the womb.

Dangerous, you said, to not kill babies.

And not satisfied to simply pretend that our national security is threatened when we suffer a slight reduction in the number of corpses collected in the HAZMAT dumpsters behind your clinics, you went on to insist that saving the lives of children “lacks compassion and respect.”

It’s on the issue of compassion and respect that I find the need, as a lifetime Planned Parenthood booster, to interject.

You say it is not compassionate or respectful to do anything at all that might preserve the life of this human being:

If you are sincere, then I think you are in dire need of a vocabulary lesson.

Before we even get to the most relevant concern – the millions of babies you’ve killed — why don’t we start with the fact that, as I mentioned, I am an annual donor to your company, even though I do not choose to be and I do not want to be.

Indeed, the government forces all of us to donate to you, the largest and most profitable abortion provider in the nation, against our will and in spite of our choice.

Your company has been relying on taxpayer sugar daddies for 45 years, and it just keeps getting progressively more egregious. You’re currently raking inover half a billion dollars in tax money annually — all of it collected without respect to anyone’s choice. I’m told that a good many of the people you’re stealing from are also women, so even “a woman’s choice” can be, in your estimation, superseded if some wealthy authority figure decides that she ought to be separated from her hard earned income for reasons that are beyond her ability to comprehend.

I find this arrogance and paternalism quite disrespectful to women (and men, if you care about that sort of thing).

It’s disrespectful, specifically, to our rights, our wallets, and our intelligence. You justify your status as welfare recipients by claiming that Planned Parenthood is non-profit. This would be easier to stomach if not for the $127 million in profit  you made last year.

I’m no financial wiz, but I’m not the idiot you take me for, either. I know that a nine figure profit is, well, a profit. And a pretty handsome one at that.

I guess there’s no way to explain your profitable non-profit designation other than to conclude that the Occupy Wall Street folks were right: you privileged elitists in the One Percent (your $500,000 salary puts you firmly in that camp) play by different rules. For instance, you get to call your affiliates “health centers” even though you, like almost all of your executives, have no healthcare background at all. Virtually your entire leadership structure is comprised of political activists who make cushy six figure paydays to run a billion dollar “non-profit” abortion wholesaler that bills itself as a doctor’s office.

You also get to claim that abortions make up just “3 percent” of your business, when they actually account for at least a third of your revenue. This is the kind of accounting that would drive most companies into the ground and then straight into prison. The dishonesty is staggering. And not very respectful.

Now, if I get off on a tangent about Planned Parenthood dishonesty, we will literally be here all day. I could start listing all of the exceedingly disrespectful lies you guys tell, like when your clinics are constantly caught up in financial crimes and Medicaid fraud, but what would that achieve?

You get the point, I hope. It lacks compassion and respect to lie all the time. Especially when you’re frequently lying by not reporting rape to the police because you’re more worried about getting the rape victim’s money than preventing further abuse. Or when you’re lying by coaching sex traffickers on how to procure abortion services for their prostitutes. And then there are the lies you tell when you pretend abortion saves women’s lives, when, in fact, it can and does kill them. And just as bad as all of that, you also lie about the conditions of your abortion mills, failing to disclose that some of them are under investigation for being, as the workers describe, unsafe and unsanitary meat-markets.

Sorry, I said I wouldn’t do this.

Besides, you aren’t always a liar. Sometimes your company tells the truth, like a couple of years ago when a Planned Parenthood lobbyist openly endorsed killing babies after they’re born, because transporting them to a hospital would be too much of a hassle. Your founder, the eugenicist Margaret Sanger, was often very honest and open about the fact that she believed in using birth control to “clean the race” and that poor people and blacks should be sterilized and segregated. Your vice president was exceedingly honest himself when he wrote a memo in 1969 suggesting that the U.S. population be controlled through compulsory abortion, sterilization agents in the water supply, and forced sterilization of any woman with two kids or more.

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