Palin Hammers ‘Radically Pro-Abortion’ Obama for Planned Parenthood Speech


Palin might get the Conservative of the decade award.
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Governor Sarah Palin, responding to Barack Obama’s speech to Planned Parenthood today, took on Obama on her Facebook page. She noted that it was no accident that the same day Obama addressed the giant abortion provider, she was addressing a pro-life woman’s resource center. She succinctly cited Obama’s record of support for abortion, as well:

There’s no such thing as a coincidence. Today I’m looking forward to speaking at a pro-life women’s resource center in Nevada. I intend again to remind women that we are strong enough and capable enough to choose life and work together to create a culture that empowers everyone to live to the fullest. How ironic that on this same day President Obama will be headlining a gala event for the highly controversial and repeatedly discredited organization Planned Parenthood. He’s the first sitting president to speak to them, but then again he’s also the first president who is so radically pro-abortion that as a state senator he refused three times to vote in favor of legislation that would simply provide medical attention to babies born alive from botched abortions. Considering the role Planned Parenthood has played in looking the other way while the mass murdering abortion doctor Gosnell butchered babies born alive from his horrific infanticide procedures and abused his women patients, it’s perhaps not surprising that this same president sees nothing wrong with allowing his name to be so openly associated with this organization.



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