Planned Parenthood imitates fast food chain success

January 5, 2006 09:00 AM

Why didn't it surprise me to read STOPP International's latest news release, which says in part:

One of the surprises in this year’s [STOPP] survey was the growing number of Planned Parenthood “express clinics.” In describing these clinics, Planned Parenthood says, “At an express health center, clients who are short on time and do not require a table examination can quickly pick up their birth control medication or get contraceptive advice.”

"It appears that these express clinics serve as storefront operations where Planned Parenthood can sell its most profitable items with the least amount of overhead," said [STOPP's Jim] Sedlak. "Our research shows that Planned Parenthood sells a monthly supply of birth control pills for anywhere from $16 to $25, but pays just $1.50 for them. That’s quite a profit."

One is reminded of the reason for a certain restaurant chain's success: fast food for people in a hurry. And now Planned Parenthood mimics that blueprint in order to offer fast death for mothers in a hurry to rid themselves of their babies.

God help us all!

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