Would you hire Dr. Jack (Death) Kevorkian for in home care of your mother?
Knowing what we know now about these people, I think the answer would be a widespread resounding, NO!
If that is the case then why are we not only allowing, but welcoming and paying Planned Parenthood to come into our schools and counsel our kids?
Mt. Baker Planned Parenthood hopes to reach out to 200 to 250 teens in Whatcom County over the life of [Teen Outreach Program] TOP’s implementation here, Dahlstedt-Rienstra said.
Mount Baker High School will partner with Planned Parenthood for the project in Deming. TOP also will be launched in Ferndale – possibly at Ferndale High School – at a later date.
"There’s a lot of enthusiasm about it," she said. "I think that, in light of so many other budget cuts that are happening right now, people see this as an opportunity to pick up what some have had to cut in terms of youth programming.
As TOP’s is described by Planned Parenthood it is “an evidence-based program proven to develop the positive potential of teens by reducing unintended teen pregnancy and increasing school success.” I’ve yet to find the exact program curricula, but I do think that the cause as stated is noble and much needed. Who wouldn’t want more success in schools and less unintended pregnancies? The problem with the situation is that we are hiring the wrong people to deliver this message to our kids because they have other less noble messages that may also be delivered.
Regardless of the stated intent of this program as well as the number of people Planned Parenthood has helped with contraception, cancer screening, STD treatment and pregnancy tests Planned Parenthood still performed over 300,000 abortions in 2008. I don’t think Planned Parenthood can keep quiet on their preferred method of dealing with unborn kids anymore than the once recognize real doctor, Dr. Kevorkian can help himself from treating the elderly to an early death.
My intent was to carry out my duty as a doctor, to end their suffering. Unfortunately, that entailed, in their cases, ending of the life. Jack Kevorkian
Dr. Death felt he was doing his duty as a doctor by killing his patients with a “medical procedure” in the same way that Planned Parenthood seems to think they are doing a service by performing a “medical procedure” which ends the life of a child. I think that in both cases labeling death as a medical procedure is just an easy way for them to feel better about what they are doing and who they really are. If I thought that Planned Parenthood could administer this program with just deference to protecting life, I’d be ok with the program. But their track record when confronted with a pregnancy reminds me too much of the Grim Reaper when confronted with souls to harvest. He will swing his scythe, they will perform their procedures and people will die.
In 2008, the last reporting record I find, Planned Parenthood showed that they administered just over a million pregnancy tests. Now it may be private information how many of the test came out positive, but for perspective it should be noted that Planned Parenthood also performed about 1/3 of a million abortions during the same time period. To put that another way, every 3rd pregnancy test resulted in Planned Parenthood performing an abortion thus ending the life of a child. And another fast fact is that during the same year which Planned Parenthood performed the 324,008 abortions, they gave only 2,405 adoption referrals. That’s more than 99 times that Planned Parenthood counseled an expectant mother to abort their child, for every 1 time that they referred them to an agency that would help the child live and potentially be adopted.
I’ve also read so many times that Planned Parenthood is all about reproductive healthcare and that abortion is such a small, almost insignificant part of their program. But almost never do I read in the media that in the cases of actual pregnancy, ending the life of the child is the much preferred service at Planned Parenthood. The pro-abortion moniker is so easily applied.
Ted Bundy would not be the best choice in babysitters and Jack Kevorkian would not be the best choice in rest home buddies for your parents. Asking Planned Parenthood into our schools for a long term relationship building program with our teens is just as wrong! It’s like putting a Santa hat on the Grim Reaper.Tags: Kevorkian, Mt Baker, program curricula