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Abortion Clinic Security Guard Wearing Cross “Just leave me alone man”

Posted in Abortion Clinic Worders, Abortion Clinics, AHA, Church pro-abortion, Texas Abortion with tags , , , , , , , , on August 11, 2014 by saynsumthn

Security GuardAbolitionist Todd Bullis preaches to an abortion clinic security guard outside the Abortion Advantage clinic in Dallas for wearing a cross while protecting a child killing center in Dallas.

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Watch the conversation and leave a comment !

Reading suggestion: Abortion just like the Nazi Holocaust is the “Sin of the Innocent Bystander

And – Hitler and the Church- what newspapers tell us and how history warns us today

Cold weather forced Planned Parenthoods to close in Texas

Posted in Planned Parenthood with tags , , , , , , , , , on December 9, 2013 by saynsumthn

PP FT WORTH MEGA CENTERPlanned Parenthood’s newest 6.5 million mega center was forced to close today on John Ryan Drive in Ft Worth due to bad weather in Texas:

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That was not the only location to close for Planned Parenthood Greater North Texas:
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The Camp Bouie Blvd center in Ft Worth also closed

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Planned Parenthood also closed their Lewisville center:

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Planned Parenthood in Bedford also closed:

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Also closed is the Addison Planned Parenthood, Irving Planned Parenthood, Plano Planned Parenthood, Mckinney Planned Parenthood, Central Expressway in Dallas,

ObamaCare goons join Planned Parenthood organize to inform/target Latino and low-income residents

Posted in Hispanic, Obama and Planned Parenthood, ObamaCare, Planned Parenthood and ObamaCare with tags , , , , , , , on August 22, 2013 by saynsumthn

According to DMagazine, Dallas was a testing ground this summer for advocacy groups learning how to properly communicate with those who are eligible for the Affordable Care Act-mandated health insurance exchanges.

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They reported that abortion giant Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the Texas Organizing Project spent six weeks in May and June knocking on more than 40,000 doors of mostly Latino households. TOP trained Planned Parenthood organizers, and the two organizations worked separately.

Tiffany Hogue, TOP’s healthcare campaign director, said TOP found that talking in a neutral and informative tone was effective. Organizers also used charts with income ranges and family sizes that consumers could point to to make them feel more comfortable about sharing that information.

TOP chose Dallas because of its high rate of uninsured residents, and its ability to recruit canvassers locally.

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Danielle Wells, assistant director of media relations and communications for Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas, said her group knocked on more than 21,000 doors and talked to more than 6,500 people in Dallas. The organization also conducted the same pilot canvassing effort in Detroit.

TOP works with Planned Parenthood

According to FamiliesUSA:

Starting in October, consumers will need significant help understanding how to get health coverage through the new health insurance marketplaces. To prepare for this undertaking, advocates at the Planned Parenthood Federation of America worked with partners on the ground to launch a six-week pilot canvassing project in Dallas and Detroit. They decided to run this program prior to open enrollment in order to get a head start on identifying and educating eligible, uninsured people who will need help enrolling in coverage. This project allowed the canvassing groups to determine how to effectively talk to the uninsured about health coverage and how groups can best train volunteers and staff to talk to the uninsured about these issues.

After knocking on more than 100,000 doors, canvassers learned several lessons about how to approach the uninsured. Most found success when they talked to people using a neutral, informative, yet confident tone—especially when talking to families about immigration status. Moreover, canvassers learned that having a chart with income ranges and family sizes that consumers could point to made people more comfortable talking about their income. And while the consumers they spoke to did not favor the individual responsibility provision, it proved to be the strongest motivator to get people to take action and seek coverage in the marketplace.

This canvassing project not only helped Planned Parenthood and local partners improve their canvassing script; it also helped them identify ways to build on their volunteer and staff training program. For instance, they learned that they needed to provide canvassers with more information on the basics of having health insurance so they could more effectively correct misinformation in the field—for example, many consumers thought having access to an urgent care clinic meant that they had insurance.

Moving forward, through on-the-ground organizing and focus groups, Planned Parenthood and their community partners plan to do additional messaging research that will help inform and strengthen their already incredible outreach and training work.

Health Care for America Now brags that TOP blew Ted Cruz’s effort to defund Obama Care away (read here)

Late term North Texas abortionist under investigation in ABQ. More 911 calls show botched and dangerous abortion complications

Posted in 911 calls, Abortion, Abortion Clinic Inspections, abortion clinic safety, Abortion Clinic Worders, abortion complication, abortion injury, Abortion Regulation, abortionist, Curtis Boyd, National Abortion Federation with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 15, 2011 by saynsumthn

Dr. Curtis Boyd is no stranger to controversy. In 1973, Boyd opened the Fairmount Center, which was the first abortion clinic in Texas. Boyd is the only doctor in North Texas who will perform late-term abortions to women up to six months pregnant.

In an interview with the Dallas WFAA station, the abortionist made a jarring admission. Am I killing?” Boyd said. “<em>Yes, I am. I know that.“

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In Dallas, Boyd opened the Southwestern Women’s Surgery Center on Greenville Avenue. Southwestern Women’s Surgery Center was founded by Boyd in 1973 as the Fairmount Center abortion clinic. Under this new licensure Boyd can now provide abortion services through 24 weeks of pregnancy.

Boyd also operates an abortion clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico, under the same name: Southwestern Women’s Options.

Curtis Boyd, has been providing abortions in New Mexico since June 1972, shortly after abortion services were legalized in New Mexico. Boyd worked closely doing illegal abortions ( BREAKING THE LAW ) with Clergy Consultation.

Boyd was involved in establishing the National Abortion Federation (NAF) and is a founding member of the Federation’s Board of Directors. Boyd’s wife, Glenna Halvorson-Boyd has served on NAF’s Board of directors and as NAF’s President for two years (1984-1986).

The abortion clinic also has two of former Later Term abortionist Tiller’s employees working there: Dr. Susan Robinson and Dr. Shelley Sella.

In July, the pro-life group, Operation Rescue obtained a series of 911 calls placed from the ABQ Southwestern Women’s Options (SWO) over a recent 15-month time span, which reveal a disturbing pattern of life-threatening abortion complications that routinely endanger the lives and health of women.

The first released 911 recording was placed on February 10, 2010. It indicates that SWO had just completed a second-trimester abortion on a 17-year old girl who suffered from a fever, a possible sign of infection, a rapid pulse, and uncontrolled bleeding.Complications mentioned on other 911 recordings included uncontrolled uterine bleeding, an incident of “heavy hemorrhaging”, and a uterine rupture. All patients required emergency transport to local hospitals.

But now Operation Rescue has release eight New Abortion 911 Tapes which reveal causalities, callousness, and cover-ups and a scandalous pattern of botched abortions at two Albuquerque abortion clinics.

Caller told by another clinic employee to “act dumb” to a dispatcher after expressing concerns over questions during a late-term abortion emergency.

The 13 calls show that life-threatening abortion complications requiring emergency assistance occur at the rate of one every 10 weeks.

The eight newly obtained calls were placed between November, 2008 and December, 2009, with six originating from Southwestern Women’s Options, owned by Curtis Boyd, and the UNM Center for Reproductive Health, an abortion clinic that acts as an abortion training grounds for the University of New Mexico.

As disturbing as the critical nature of these life-threatening emergencies are, perhaps more disturbing are the callous attitudes of some of the abortion workers and their willingness to cover up for the abortionists,” said Operation Rescue Senior Policy Advisor Cheryl Sullenger. “The clinic workers are careful about how much information they revealed to the emergency dispatchers, and in many cases, even attempt to shift the blame for the complications onto the woman. Their general actions and attitudes toward the woman they just injured are despicable.”

One clinic worker from Southwestern Women’s Options expressed concern over the questions the 911 dispatcher was asking. While she thought she was on hold, this exchange took place:
SWO Employee: [Whispering] I don’t know – I don’t know what information he’s asking me.

Background Voice: Just talk to him – act dumb.

SWO Employee: [Whispering] Okay. Exactly. Yeah.

The latest tapes obtained under an open records act request made by Tara Shaver of Project Defending Life, who forwarded the recordings to Operation Rescue. They show women ranging in ages from 18 to 34 who were between 8 weeks and approximately 24 weeks pregnant. Complications included:

• Uterine rupture with heavy bleeding.
• A panic-stricken 18-yer old patient with chest pains, numbness, and a severe headache after a late-term abortion.
• Cervical laceration with hemorrhaging.
• Uncontrolled bleeding after first and second trimester abortions.
• Multiple seizures.
• Abortion on a woman with an undiagnosed ectopic (tubal) pregnancy.

“It’s just wrong for paramedics to have to clean up after these abortion quacks every ten weeks. We demand the immediate closure of the two Albuquerque clinics involved for the protection of the public“, said Sullenger.

Operation Rescue is preparing new complaints against the abortionists involved. Three abortionists from Southwestern Women’s Options, Curtis Boyd, Shelley Sella, and Susan Robinson are already under investigation by the New Mexico Medical Board.

To listen to the full audio recordings, read written transcripts, and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) transcripts click here .

ABQ’s News 13, reports on the scrutiny:

Now the State’s Medical Board has opened an investigation into Boyd’s abortion clinic. ( Read here)

Abortionist Curtis Boyd is beloved by the National Abortion Federation (NAF) who tries to convince the public that the abortion industry cares about the safety of women:


This Statement is recorded in a National Abortion Federation Document:
Dr. Curtis Boyd, MD, Albuquerque, New Mexico
As a physician it never occurred to me to do an abortion. I didn’t know how. But as I continued to work with the church groups and to refer women out of the U.S. for abortions, those desperate women kept pleading, “But, Doctor, can’t you do something?” At first, the answer was obvious. Of course not. In their desperation, I’m sure that those women had no idea what they were asking of me. I would risk my medical license, my entire career, my young family’s well being, and my own freedom, if I performed an illegal abortion. Ultimately, I risked all those things which I held dear because I could no longer live with the knowledge that I could do something and I was choosing not to. Many of the doctors of conscience who have provided abortions though the years were moved to do so by the horrors of botched illegal abortions. I saw those ill and sometimes dying women in my medical training too. I was moved by their plight. But that was not what drove me to risk my career and sometimes my life. I was moved by the certain knowledge that women’s lives could be ruined when they could not abort a pregnancy.”

So – he was moved to tears for women but what happens to a person who sees this every day? ( Click Here) or this (Click Here)

Dr. Boyd – perhaps you should be concerned about the “Botched abortions” still going on today especially by YOU ! Will NAF Speak out and condemn this abortionist- I do not think so…

Dallas abortion doctor who admitted he ‘is killing’ is under investigation in ABQ

Posted in 911 calls, Abortion, Abortion Clinic Worders, abortion complication, abortion injury, Abortion Regulation, abortionist, Curtis Boyd with tags , , , , , , , , , , on August 11, 2011 by saynsumthn

From KRQE

Tara Shaver is part of Project Defending Life , a local anti-abortion group, she’s the one who requested the 911 tapes.

“We received an anonymous tip that ambulances had been seen going to Southwest Women’s Options,” said Shaver

That’s where Boyd and two colleagues perform late-term abortions. There are only a handful of doctors in the country that do the controversial procedure.

Shaver said what’s on those 911 tapes is scary.

“There have been four major abortion complications at this particular clinic, ranging from a ruptured uterus on a late term abortion procedure to a 17 year old girl with a very high fever.”

Doctor Boyd did not return News 13’s call for comment, but in an interview he did in Texas in the past he said he is a Baptist Minister and asks God to accept the spirit of a pregnancy back into heaven with love and understanding.

News 13 got ahold of a letter the state’s medical board sent saying it has opened an investigation into Boyd’s clinic because of the surgery complications. Shaver said she doesn’t believe the clinic is safe.

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BACK STORY: 911 call:

But Abortionist Curtis Boyd also does abortions in Dallas, Texas:

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1/7/2010

Ordained Minister turned Dallas Abortion doctor: ‘Am I killing? Yes, I am’

Clinic expands, provides only late-term abortions in N. Texas

WFAA November 4, 2009

By JASON WHITELY / WFAA-TV

November 4th, 2009

DALLAS – Dr. Curtis Boyd, who opened the first abortion clinic in North Texas 36 years ago, has expanded his practice and now provides a rare more controversial procedure known as a late-term abortion for women up to six months pregnant.

I’ve been working day and night to get this open,” he said when asked why he saw a need for such a procedure.

Dr. Boyd opened the Fairmount Center, Texas’ first abortion clinic, in 1973.

But, after 36 years, his practice has outgrown the small office at Fairmount Street and Cedar Springs Road near Uptown.

He merged the clinic with Aaron Women’s Health Center and then reopened them both under a new umbrella known as the Southwestern Women’s Surgery Center at Royal Lane and Greenville Avenue last week.

Unlike his other clinic, the new location is a surgery center, which means Boyd and his staff are now able to offer late-term abortions for women in their second trimester up to six months or 24-weeks pregnant.

For us, since we’ll be serving such a large area, we’ll probably see 2,000 second trimester abortions a year,” he projected.

This is the only place of its kind in North Texas. But, it’s controversial because the fetus in the second trimester is viable.

Before this opened, they’re flying to Albuquerque,” Boyd said of his patients. “They were flying to Kansas, flying to Colorado, sometimes they went to Atlanta. So, there are women who desperately need and want this service and it wasn’t available.

“It is not illegal,” conceded Karen Garnett, Catholic Pro-Life Committee. “But, just because something’s legal doesn’t mean it’s right. Slavery was legal and it wasn’t right. Segregation was legal but it wasn’t right. Abortion is legal but it’s not right.”

The Catholic Pro-Life Committee of Dallas relocated sidewalk counselors to the new clinic hoping to prevent women from going inside.

We feel that if people don’t see the other side then hearts will not be converted,” said Jackie Lee, a sidewalk counselor of seven years. “We’re here to convert hearts.”

Lee and her colleagues said their vigils at Dallas’ five abortion clinics have saved 3,500 pregnancies since 1997.

Boyd said he too has staggering numbers, especially since second trimester abortions. He estimates that since opening the state’s first clinic in 1973, his practice has performed 300,000 abortions.

At 72, Boyd is full of energy, vowing not to stop anytime soon. Those debating what he does vow the same.

At 4:30 p.m. Saturday, the Catholic Pro-Life Committee plans a prayer vigil and memorial outside Boyd’s old facility to remember the pregnancies women aborted.

Preventing two abortions Tuesday, Garnett said the sidewalk counselors have remained successful at the new location.

Watch Video Here

Abortion doctor: ‘Am I killing? Yes, I am’

DALLAS – Dr. Curtis Boyd is no stranger to controversy. In 1973, Boyd opened the Fairmount Center, which was the first abortion clinic in Texas.

Boyd is the only doctor in North Texas who will perform late-term abortions to women up to six months pregnant.

We see patients from Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and across Texas,” he said.

Now, the doctor has made a jarring admission.

Am I killing?” Boyd said. “Yes, I am. I know that.

Boyd said he is an ordained Baptist minister who has now turned Unitarian. He said he prays often.

“I’ll ask that the spirit of this pregnancy be returned to God with love and understanding,” he said.

Those prayers are vastly different than the ones that are made by members of the Catholic Pro-Life Committee who gather outside his office in hopes to sway women seeking abortions.

Well, we’re certainly disappointed to hear any unborn child will be killed by abortion,” said Karen Garnett, with the Catholic Pro-Life Committee. “But, to hear it’s a late-term abortion in Dallas, once again, it’s particularly devastating.”

The doctor opened the Southwestern Women’s Surgery Center last week on Greenville Avenue. By law, Boyd must have a surgery center in order to abort a fetus more than 16 weeks along.

But, opposition to the late-term abortions doesn’t just come from religious groups. Rep. Jeb Hensarling, whose district is where the surgery center resides, told News 8 he is troubled by the facility as well.

Boyd said he too has been troubled, but said his plight comes from the torment that drives patients to seek his services.

“The hardest ones are the young girls,” he said.

Girls as young as nine and ten have come to his clinic, he said.

Death threats have become a norm in Boyd’s life. He was a close friend of Dr. George Tiller, who was a Wichita, Kansas abortion doctor murdered in May.

I don’t want the fate that befell Dr. Tiller, but I’m not going to be deterred because what I’m doing is important,” he said.

Boyd said he tries to make his phone numbers and address as private as possible and has heavy security.


This Statement is recorded in a National Abortion Federation Document:
Dr. Curtis Boyd, MD, Albuquerque, New Mexico
As a physician it never occurred to me to do an abortion. I didn’t know how. But as I continued to work with the church groups and to refer women out of the U.S. for abortions, those desperate women kept pleading, “But, Doctor, can’t you do something?” At first, the answer was obvious. Of course not. In their desperation, I’m sure that those women had no idea what they
were asking of me. I would risk my medical license, my entire career, my young family’s well being, and my own freedom, if I performed an illegal abortion. Ultimately, I risked all those things which I held dear because I could no longer live with the knowledge that I could do
something and I was choosing not to. Many of the doctors of conscience who have provided abortions though the years were moved to
do so by the horrors of botched illegal abortions. I saw those ill and sometimes dying women in my medical training too. I was moved by their plight. But that was not what drove me to risk my career and sometimes my life. I was moved by the certain knowledge that women’s lives
could be ruined when they could not abort a pregnancy.

So – he was moved to tears for women but what happens to a person who sees this every day? ( Click Here) or this (Click Here)

Dr. Boyd – perhaps you should be concerned about the “Botched abortions” and “Violence by pro-choicers and abortion doctors still going on today:
– read here

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Dallas Area African American Pastor says, “Black Women Stop Aborting Your Babies”

Posted in Abortion, Black Abortion Stats, Black Babies, Black Church, Black Genocide, Black Pastor, Black Women, Eugenics with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 20, 2011 by saynsumthn

Dallas Area African American Pastor says, “Blac…, posted with vodpod


Learn how abortion targets the black race – watch Maafa21

Stephen Broden Full Interview on WFAA

Posted in Abortion, Pastor Stephen Broden with tags , , , , , , , on October 27, 2010 by saynsumthn

New Tape PROVES Pastor Broden WAS NOT Advocatin…, posted with vodpod

This is what the Media chose to air – to try and discredit Broden

Broden responded:

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