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Teleflora ad celebrating Mother’s Day has pro-life message

Posted in Mothers Day and Abortion, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , on April 30, 2015 by saynsumthn

A Teleflora ad on youtube which emphasizes the importance of mothers has a beautiful pro-life message.

The ad is emotional and is created to appear as a true story.

Teleflora prolife ad mothers day son

In the video a son sends his mother a video message filled with accolades of all the sacrifices his mother made for him.

I didn’t know how much you sacrificed until I was an adult,” the adult son says.

At college, I learned that you had a dream to become a professional athlete and then you got pregnant with me and you had to choose. You knew you couldn’t do both and you gave it up to raise me. To raise me the best way you knew how,” he says.

Teleflora prolife ad mothers day

I realize how hard it was, and thank you very much,” he adds.

Teleflora Ryan Mothers Day

Because of you I stand here today, a father, a husband, Navy commander. It’s because of you – you showed me how to work and not quit and have honor and have integrity. I’ve achieved all these things because the foundation you laid and the example that you lead,” he says.

Teleflora Ryan Mothers Day 2

“Above all mom, I hope when you look at me, you see the good man that you wanted your little boy to be. I’m proud to call you my mother, I’m proud to your son. You made me the man that I am today. I love you with all my heart

See what happens next:

Closed Bryan Planned Parenthood was Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell on reporting child abuse?

Posted in Abby Johnson, child abuse, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators with tags , , , , , , on August 30, 2013 by saynsumthn

In 2002, Life Dynamics called over 800 Planned Parenthood and abortion clinics – here is a transcript of the one they called in Bryan, Texas, where Abby Johnson previously worked!

Listen to the Audio here

4112 E 29TH ST
BRYAN, TX 77802-4302

PP Bryan Texas


TAPE – 448

(dialing sounds) (ringing 2X)

CLINIC: Planned Parenthood. This is Sara. Can I help you?

CALLER: Hi. Yeah. I was wondering if you guys do abortions there?

CLINIC: Yes, we do.

CALLER: Okay. Well, how much does that cost?

CLINIC: How many weeks along?

CALLER: I’m not really sure. I just —

CLINIC: The first day of the last period?

CALLER: It was December 21st.

CLINIC: Okay. It will be $390 at this point.

CALLER: Okay. Well, do you know, like — do you know if I have to be — like, well, I’m going to be 14 in March, and my friend told me that you guys would have to tell my parents I’m getting an abortion. But my boyfriend’s 22. Could he — is he old enough to take care of it and you wouldn’t have to tell anybody?

CLINIC: No. By law we have to at least notify your parents. They don’t have to give consent, but they have to be notified.

CALLER: Really?

CLINIC: Um-hum.

CALLER: I just — is there any way not to tell my parents? Because I don’t know what would happen if they found out. I mean, they can’t find out at all.

CLINIC: Basically by law, there’s really nothing else we could do. There is a thing called a judicial bypass. You have to go through the court system to do that. And it usually takes quite a while.

CALLER: Oh. Well, how much does that cost?

CLINIC: I don’t know. You’d have to call the courthouse and talk to hem about it.

CALLER: Oh, would they have to tell my parents?

CLINIC: No, that’s the whole reason.

CALLER: Oh, okay.

CLINIC: To call them is to not have to tell your parents.

CALLER: Okay. Well, does the judge ever say no or anything?

CLINIC: Actually, nobody’s ever tried it in this county before.

CALLER: Oh, okay. Well, could I come in there for a pregnancy test though?

CLINIC: Have you already taken one at home?

CALLER: No. I didn’t know if the ones that you could take at home were right.

CLINIC: Yes, they’re pretty dang accurate.



CALLER: Okay, well, could I come in there anyways and take one?


CALLER: I just don’t know — I just would rather have you guys do that.

CLINIC: Yes. Absolutely. Absolutely. And how old are you?


CLINIC: You’re 14 you said?

CALLER: I’ll be 14 in March.

CLINIC: Okay. It would be, I believe, $10 to have that done.

CALLER: Okay. Well, me and my boyfriend talked about all this, and we decided that like he was going to pay for everything, but we don’t want anyone to know about us or anything. Would you guys ask any questions or anything?

CLINIC: By law we’re required to.

CALLER: Really?

CLINIC: Um-hum. By law. There’s nothing we can do besides follow the law.

CALLER: Oh. Would he get in trouble or anything?

CLINIC: There’s a possibility.

CALLER: Well, what could happen?

CLINIC: It just depends on what the court system would decide to do.

CALLER: Well, if I came in for a pregnancy test you would have to talk to the court?

CLINIC: Yes. We would have to call and report it to the Child Protective Services.

CALLER: Oh. Okay. Well, so like even if the pregnancy test came out that I wasn’t pregnant?

CLINIC: Correct.

CALLER: Oh. Okay.

CLINIC: If you just came in for a pregnancy test on your own and if you didn’t fill out like — basically you don’t really have to fill out too much paperwork when you come in for a pregnancy test. And if you just — it’s hard to explain to you, but whatever you write down is what we ask you about. If you don’t write it down we don’t ask you.

CALLER: Oh, okay. So if I came in without him and the pregnancy test said that I was not pregnant, could I get birth control?


CALLER: Would you guys have to tell anybody that I was on birth control though?


CALLER: Really?


CALLER: Okay. Okay. Well, so just when I’m signing stuff don’t tell everybody everything?

CLINIC: You know, I can’t really say that but I’ll just tell you that anything that you list we have to ask you about.

CALLER: Oh, okay.

CLINIC: Does that make sense?


CLINIC: Okay. And if you wanted to make an appointment, I could definitely do that for you.

CALLER: Oh, what time?

CLINIC: Our next appointment would be Wednesday.

CALLER: Okay, what time on Wednesday?

CLINIC: We have morning and afternoon.

CALLER: Afternoon would probably be better.

CLINIC: Okay. How about 3:30?

CALLER: Yeah, I guess.

CLINIC: And what’s your name?

CALLER: Christine.

CLINIC: And what’s your last name?

CALLER: Smith.

CLINIC: What’s your phone number?

CALLER: Well, do you guys really need that?

CLINIC: Just in case we need to reschedule. Is there a phone number that we could call in case, you know, like if somebody gets sick and we have to reschedule the appointment?

CALLER: Oh. Well, my boyfriend got a new cell phone. Could I give you that number?

CLINIC: That’s fine.

CALLER: Okay, well I don’t know it yet because he just got it, but can I give you that? Like can I call you back with that?

CLINIC: That’s fine.

CALLER: All right. Well, what was your name so that I can call you back?

CLINIC: This is Sara.

CALLER: Oh, okay.


CALLER: Was there anything else you needed?

CLINIC: I don’t think so. We’ll just see you Wednesday the 27th at 3:00 if for some reason I don’t talk to you again.

CALLER: All right.


CALLER: Thank you.

CLINIC: Uh-huh.


(phone clicks)

*** THE END ***

Abortion giant to shutter three killing centers

Posted in Planned Parenthood closing with tags , , , , , , , on August 1, 2013 by saynsumthn

PP Lufkin TX

The Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast Chapter, which kills unborn children in the Houston, southeast Texas, and Louisiana, announced two weeks ago that because of state budget cuts clinics that do or refer for abortions, Planned Parenthood chapters in Lufkin, Huntsville, and Bryan will have to close.

PP Bryan TX

After nearly 40 years of serving East Texans, their last day to see patients is Thursday, Aug. 1.

PP Bryan Texas

In addition, Planned Parenthood says that the Bryan clinic must close because of the new guidelines for abortion clinics the Texas Legislature recently passed. It is the only clinic of the three that offered abortion services.

PP HUntsville TX

The Gulf Coast region’s president and CEO, Melaney Linton, cited “an increasingly hostile environment for providers of reproductive health care in underserved communities,” along with budget cuts to women’s health care services as reasons for the closure of the three centers.

READ MORE Abortion and Planned Parenthood clinics dropping like flies

The pro-life group Life Dynamics, Inc. a national pro-life organization located in Denton, Texas says they are thrilled that three abortion referral centers will be closed in Texas this week.

Life Dynamics points out that while the media is playing these closures as bad for women it is important to remember who abortion targets in the state.
63.1% of the babies aborted in Texas were black or Hispanic. Read more here