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Lizz Winstead thanks abortion providers for 42 years of killing babies

Posted in Pro-choice People with tags , , , , , on January 24, 2015 by saynsumthn

Lizz Winstead, co-founder of Lady Parts Justice.

Yes- thank you:

Aborted Baby 6


Aborted Baby


Planned Parenthood prez says “Birth Control Day” is like Thanksgiving

Posted in birth control, Cecile Richards, National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 12, 2014 by saynsumthn

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Planned Parenthood’s president today compared Birth Control to Thanksgiving.

In a tweet she posted for National Thank Birth Control Day, Cecile Richards said, “Happy #ThxBirthControl Day—like Thanksgiving, but for birth control! Here’s why I’m thankful.”

cecile Richards Thanks BC

The abortion giant is joining in on a campaign to Thank Birth Control. Using the hashtag ##ThxBirthControl on twitter!

PP 2014 BC Day Tweet

The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, who launched the campaign, said in their press release that high profile leaders in entertainment media and other sectors, including MTV, Cosmopolitan, and Upworthy will participate in the “Thanks, Birth Control” effort.


The effort by the abortion/ contraception camp
takes place on November 12, 2014

TY BC Plan B

The organization promotes abortion and Planned Parenthood and as expected the video promotes the abortion pill Plan B as “contraception.”

PP Thanks BC Vid

The obnoxious video the group uploaded sings “Thank You Birth Control – I owe you a beer”

MRC has a good article on this topic as well which you can read here.

15 year old thanks Planned Parenthood for providing her birth control

Posted in Planned Parenthood Teens with tags , , , on June 13, 2014 by saynsumthn

15 Yr old thanks PP for BC

King son finds common ground with Beck

Posted in Glenn Beck, Racism with tags , , , , , , , on August 31, 2010 by saynsumthn

Washington Post

By Hamil R. Harris

Martin Luther King III thanked Glenn Beck and leaders of the “Restoring Honor” rally for honoring his father on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial Saturday and King hopes that there can be dialogue between civil rights leaders and Beck’s followers.

“I would like to see both communities working together to make America a better place because whether one is Republican or Democrat, Tea Party or independent,” King said in an interview after he closed out the March. “What is relevant is that together we can roll up our sleeves to make America better.”

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King III was the final speaker during the “Reclaim the Dream” march that ended with participants being greeted by those who participated in the Beck rally at the Lincoln Memorial. As the marchers filed past each other, greets, information and even bottles of water were exchanged.

“Bless y’all,” said Kathryn Travis as she watched the King marchers file past her as she left the memorial grounds. “I think that it is good that we can disagree but we can still love each other.”

While many of the speakers at the “Reclaim the Dream” rally condemned Beck for hosting an event on the 47th anniversary of his father’s speech, King III said nobody can hijack his father’s message.

“The way they paid tribute to my dad created a context for a dialogue,” King said, adding that he looks forward the day when “we will be close to no longer having to sing ‘We Shall Overcome,’ but we can stand and sing ‘we have overcome.’ ”

After the march, King III, said “I feel very proud and humbled that 47 years after my dad delivered the speech that people around the nation are mobilized around what Martin Luther King Jr. represented. It is an incredible feeling.”