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Archive for February 4th, 2012

Palin: Lessons to Learn from Komen and Planned Parenthood

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on February 4, 2012

Governor Sarah Palin posted the following to her Facebook page just moments ago.  Governor Palin based this Facebook note upon the work of someone I am proud to call my friend, Adrienne Ross, publisher of Motivation Truth and an author here at Sarah Palin Information Blog.

The conflict between Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure and Planned Parenthood once again raises the issue of Planned Parenthood’s funding. As has been pointed out many times, Planned Parenthood doesn’t provide mammograms. So, why should a breast cancer charity feel enormous pressure to donate to an abortion provider? It’s frustrating to see Komen feel it had to reverse its decision based on political pressure. Here’s an interesting and very good take away from all of this:

As controversial as this entire situation has become, there is definitely a lesson to be learned here, and I want to highlight it. Planned Parenthood reportedly was the recipient of an outpouring of public support after Susan G. Komen for the Cure first announced its decision not to fund it. It didn’t take long at all for Planned Parenthood supporters to respond, as they made the decision to give from their own personal finances. This is precisely how these things ought to work. Private charities and willing individuals have every right to give to organizations such as Planned Parenthood. The allocation of federal funds, however, is a different matter entirely. More

Cross posted at Sarah Palin Blog

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