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Newly Obama appointed Federal Judge ran Planned Parenthood which later counseled teens how hide their affairs with adult men and avoid parental consent laws

Posted in child predator, Planned Parenthood and Child Predators, Planned Parenthood elected, Planned Parenthood Employee, Planned Parenthood employee arrested with tags , , , , , , , , , on May 11, 2011 by saynsumthn

Just days ago the U.S. Senate overcame a Republican filibuster and approved a former Planned Parenthood director and Obama nominee, John J. “Jack” McConnell , as a federal judge in Rhode Island.

Life News reports that senators voted 63-33 to surpass the 60-vote threshold necessary to stop the filibuster and approve McConnell’s nomination to the District Court for the District of Rhode Island.

Jack McConnell was the director of Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island from 1997 through 2000, an uncompensated position, according to his written responses to a questionnaire from the Senate Judiciary Committee.

In 2002, Life Dynamics called over 813 abortion clinics and most Planned Parenthood centers. The caller portrayed a 13-year-old girl who was pregnant by her 22-year-old boyfriend. Her story was that she wanted an abortion because she and her boyfriend did not want her parents to find out about the sexual relationship. In every call the ages of the girl and her boyfriend were made perfectly clear. It was also made clear that the motivation for the abortion was to conceal this illicit sexual activity from the girl’s parents and the authorities. Additionally, their caller never said a single thing that might suggest that her parents would become abusive if they discovered her sexual activity.

The results of this survey were appalling. Even though many of these clinic workers openly acknowledged to our caller that this situation was illegal and that they were required to report it to the state, the overwhelming majority readily agreed to conceal this illegal sexual activity.

Some employees of these organizations even coached our caller on how to avoid detection, how to circumvent parental involvement laws and what to say or not say when she came to the clinic. In a significant number of instances she was encouraged to lie about – or conceal – her age or her boyfriend’s age or to give false names.

Life Dynamics called the Providence Rhode Island Planned Parenthood where newly Obama appointed and Republican approved Federal Judge, John J. “Jack” McConnel, had resided as director only two years prior. To listen to the full tape click here, below is a partial transcript of that call:

CLINIC: So if you’re January 3rd that would make you just over nine weeks. So you’d still be under 12 weeks, so you would have a choice. It’s definitely a personal choice. I don’t know what you would prefer. Do you know what I mean? Do you want to make an appointment or do you want to call me back? I could get you in for next week.

CALLER: Well, I actually have another question that I’m really concerned about. I’m going to be 14 later on this month, and my friend told me that you guys would have to tell my parents. But my boyfriend’s 22. Is he old enough to take care of everything and you wouldn’t have to tell anybody?

CLINIC: No. I didn’t realize you were just 14. No. You’re going to be 14 when? Next month?

CALLER: On the 19th of this month.

CLINIC: No. You need to have parental consent here in this state, or else you have to come in and meet a counselor. The two of you pick a date to go to court so that the judge will dismiss you for the day that you come in for an abortion so you can act as an adult. The other option is that you go to Connecticut. Does your boyfriend drive?

CALLER: Yeah.

CLINIC: Would he be able to drive you to Connecticut?

CALLER: I think so.

CLINIC: Because I can give you numbers of clinics there, and you can call them up. You don’t have to be any particular age.

CALLER: Oh. Well, the thing is, I don’t want anybody to know about me and my boyfriend. Would it just be better to go through the court? Would you guys have to say anything about him?

CLINIC: No, no. And even in the — they wouldn’t in Connecticut either. It would all be confidential. So it would just be having him for support, but you wouldn’t have to tell anyone about it.

CALLER: I haven’t had a pregnancy test yet. Would I be able to come in there for that, and you wouldn’t have to tell anybody?

CLINIC: Yeah. You can walk in here for a pregnancy test, no problem. I think that’s probably your better option, to come in, make sure that you’re pregnant. You can come in anytime. We’re open today until 4. It’s $17 for the pregnancy test.

CALLER: Well, my boyfriend said that he would pay for everything. We were talking about all this. He said that he would take care of it all, but we don’t want anyone to know about us. If he was paying for it, would he have to fill out any forms or anything?

CLINIC: Nope. Nope.

CALLER: Would his name be on anything?

CLINIC: How is he paying for it? Would he pay in cash?

CALLER: In cash, yeah.

CLINIC: If he gave you the $17, no.

CALLER: Okay. All right. Well, if it turned out that I wasn’t pregnant, do you guys do birth control there too?

CLINIC: Yep. And you know what your best bet is? Is to come in during our teen clinic.

CALLER: When is that?

CLINIC: Every Monday from 3:30 to 7:30. It’s walk-in appointments. So you just walk in anytime. Preferably come in an hour before 7:30, and you will get seen. And you can (unclear), and you don’t need any consent from parents or anything like that.

CALLER: So no one would have to know if I was on birth control too?

CLINIC: Nope.

CALLER: All right. And you’re sure nobody would have to know about my boyfriend?

CLINIC: Nope. As long as you don’t disclose that information.

CALLER: Okay. I just have so many questions. If I can think of anything else to ask you, could I call and talk to you? What was your name?

CLINIC: My name is Ellen. And if you can’t come in today for the pregnancy test, Monday is a good option to come in too. Do you think those times would suit you —

CALLER: Yeah.

CLINIC: — between 3:30 and 7:30?

CALLER: Yeah.

CLINIC: Because you’ll get a lot of information here. It’s just all teenagers, so you won’t meet any old fogies. The people that work here are really understanding. They can give you all the information you need. So if you wanted to hold off to do the pregnancy test then, it is cheaper. It’s like 10 or $15 compared to 17. But if you wanted to come in today before 4, you could do that as well. You know what I mean? It will be $17. Then you can take it from there. You could talk to someone about getting on birth control or you could talk to someone about an AB appointment. But I think your best bet might be going to Connecticut if it turns out that you need to go to court and stuff. It’s totally up to you; it’s your decision. But just know that you do need to — you have three weeks to play around, so you need to make the appointment within the next week if you decide to come here to meet a counselor and stuff, because they will want to get you in.

CALLER: Would they have the number for the places in Connecticut when I go to the teen clinic?

CLINIC: Yep. Or I can give you the number now if you just want to call and see what their story is.

CALLER: Well, I just want to find out if I’m pregnant first.

CLINIC: Why don’t you take that step first, and then we can give you the numbers at teen clinic, okay?

CALLER: All right.

CLINIC: And call me if you have any questions. My name is Ellen. Okay?

CALLER: Okay. Thank you.

CLINIC: Take care.

CALLER: Bye.

CLINIC: Bye.

***END***

Also in Rhode Island was another Planned Parenthood doozy:ABC 6 News Reporter Robert Goulston has the story of a local Rhode Island Planned Parenthood CEO caught shoplifting at the Warwick Mall. Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island President and CEO Miriam Inocencio was caught by police stealing a shirt from Macy’s several weeks ago. Now reaction from those that know and work with Inocencio.

R.I.: Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island President and CEO Miriam Inocencio resigns after she was caught by police stealing a shirt from Macy’s

Rhode Island Gov Elect chooses former medical director of eugenic founded Planned Parenthood for transition team

Posted in Abortion, Planned Parenthood, Politics with tags , , , , , , , on November 9, 2010 by saynsumthn

According to “ProJo” Politics, Governor-elect Lincoln D. Chafee has put two of his trusted political advisers at the helm of his transition team: lawyer Patrick Rogers, who once worked in his father’s U.S. Senate office, and Stephen R. Hourahan, a top Senate aide to both generations of Chafees.

On Monday, a Chafee spokesman confirmed that Rogers had been named chairman, and Hourahan the director of the small team of close advisers and campaign staff who will help Chafee made the transition from winning candidate to Rhode Island’s next governor.

His transition staff will also include three top campaign aides in new roles: His campaign manager and lead spokesman Michael Trainor as deputy director-communications; retired District Court Judge Stephen Erickson as deputy director-legal and legislative relations, and Jonathan Stevens, as deputy director-policy.

Beginning his first full week as governor-elect, Chafee also started naming the members of his transition advisory committee, who include: Robert Walsh, executive director of the National Education Association of Rhode Island; former U.S. Attorney Meg Curran, who played a key role in his “Trust Chafee” TV ad campaign; Dr. Pablo Rodriguez, a leader in the Hispanic community and former medical director of Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island, and CVS executive Helena Buonanno Foulkes.

Operation Rescue, a National Pro-Life organization was outraged and reports that Pablo Rodriguez, an abortionist who formerly served as Medical Director of Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island, penned an essay about his abortion work in an unnamed Andean country where he mused about the irony of committing illegal abortions in a room with images of Jesus and Mary hanging on the wall, and made references to the religious protesters outside his Rhode Island abortion clinic. He lamented the possibility of restrictions on abortions in the United States and voiced gratification that he had trained “cholitas” in the Andes to manage “the complications of unintended pregnancy,” his euphemism for abortion.

“I never thought that I would be performing an abortion in a room with a picture of Jesus and the Virgin Mary, but there I was, in the middle of the Andes,” Rodriguez wrote in the opening statement of his essay.

“Chafee’s appointment of an abortionist who admits not only to doing illegal abortions, but has trained others to do them, is one that shows a gross lack of good judgment,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “We call on Mr. Chafee to replace Pablo Rodriguez as soon as possible with someone who has not made a living taking the lives of innocent children through abortion.”