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Planned Parenthood shows concern over woman’s death?

Posted in Abortion death, Planned Parenthood death of patient, Pro-choice Spin with tags , , , , , , , , on April 21, 2014 by saynsumthn

This post on Planed Parenthood’s FB page shows that the only time they are concerned for women dying is when they die from something other than abortion:

PP medicaid Death


Think Progress a radical pro-abortion blog explains why such concern, “Charlene Dill, a 32-year-old mother of three, collapsed and died on a stranger’s floor at the end of March. She was at an appointment to try to sell a vacuum cleaner, one of the three part-time jobs that she worked to try to make ends meet for her family. Her death was a result of a documented heart condition — and it could have been prevented.

Dill was uninsured, and she went years without the care she needed to address her chronic conditions because she couldn’t afford it. Under the health reform law, which seeks to expand coverage to millions of low-income Americans, Dill wasn’t supposed to lack insurance. She was supposed to have access to a public health plan through the law’s expansion of the Medicaid program.”

Just wondering where Think Progress and Planned Parenthood showed any sympathy or call for change when this woman died:



Want to know why- because this is Tonya Reaves and she was left to bleed to death inside a Chicago Planned Parenthood abortion clinic.

Tonya Reaves LDI Brochure img406 Tonya Reaves, dead after abortion at Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood of Illinois was sued by the family of a women who died following her so-called safe/legal abortion at a Chicago Planned Parenthood.

The abortion giant and others named in the lawsuit were ordered to pay $2,000,000.00 to the family of Tonya Reaves.

Tonya REaves PP ILl Lawsuit

Life Dynamics’ website, details Reave’s death:

On Friday the 20th of July, 2012, 24-year-old Tonya Reaves climbed onto a table at a Planned Parenthood facility in Chicago for a “safe and legal” abortion. The life of her unborn baby was to be snuffed out. In a few hours, Ms. Reaves would also be closing her eyes for the final time.

What is now known is that the Planned Parenthood abortionist ripped a hole in Ms. Reaves’ uterus and she began to hemorrhage. It is also known that the Planned Parenthood staff let Tonya lie there for over five hours before they sought emergency care for her. Of course, by then it was too late. She had lost approximately 30 percent of her body’s total blood volume.

It is now undeniable that Planned Parenthood saw Tonya as less important than the public relations hit they would take from her being hauled out of their facility on a stretcher. And so, for more than 5 hours, they were willing to let her bleed in order to protect their political and financial agendas.

Sorry- Tonya- you will NEVER be mentioned on any of the pro-abortion facebook pages, especially Planned Parenthood.

Democrat Russ Feingold expresses concerns over White House ‘czars’

Posted in Abortion, Constitution, Czar, Health Care, Holdren, Obama, Stimulus, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on September 18, 2009 by saynsumthn

U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Middleton, is urging President Barack Obama to be more open and transparent about the work of appointed policymakers.


In a letter he sent Tuesday to President Barack Obama, Feingold said constituents raised concerns during the senator’s statewide listening sessions about the so-called czar positions.

“Specifically, I ask that you identify these individuals’ roles and responsibilities, and provide the judgment(s) of your legal advisers as to whether and how these positions are consistent with the Appointments Clause,” Feingold wrote.

According to Article II, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, the Senate must confirm all presidential appointments to federal offices. Feingold called the measure an important part of Congressional oversight of the Executive Branch.

To download a copy of Feingold’s letter to Obama, here

Full letter :

The President of the United States
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20500

Dear Mr. President:

From the beginning of your administration, you have made an admirable commitment to transparency and open government. You showed the strength of your commitment by sending a memorandum to the heads of executive departments and agencies within a week of your inauguration, stating: “My administration will take appropriate action, consistent with law and policy, to disclose information rapidly in forms that the public can readily find and use.”

As you know, there has been much discussion about your decisions to create and assign apparently significant policy-making responsibilities to White House and other executive positions; many of the persons filling these positions have come to be referred to in the media and even within your administration as policy “czars.” I heard firsthand about this issue on several occasions from my constituents in recent town hall meetings in Wisconsin.

The Constitution gives the Senate the duty to oversee the appointment of Executive officers through the Appointments Clause in Article II, section 2. The Appointments Clause states that the President “shall nominate, and by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall appoint ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, judges of the Supreme Court, and all other officers of the United States, whose appointments are not herein otherwise proved for, and which shall be established by law.” This clause is an important part of the constitutional scheme of separation of powers, empowering the Senate to weigh in on the appropriateness of significant appointments and assisting in its oversight of the Executive Branch.

As a member of the Senate with the duty to oversee executive appointments and as the Chairman of the Senate Constitution Subcommittee, I respectfully urge you to disclose as much information as you can about these policy advisors and “czars.” Specifically, I ask that you identify these individuals’ roles and responsibilities, and provide the judgment(s) of your legal advisors as to whether and how these positions are consistent with the Appointments Clause. I hope that this information will help address some of the concerns that have been raised about new positions in the White House and elsewhere in the Executive Branch, and will inform any hearing that the Subcommittee holds on this topic.

Thank you for considering my views on this important matter. I very much appreciate your commitment to transparency and open government and look forward to your prompt response.


Russell D. Feingold
United States Senator