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The fifth video of The Center for Medical Progress illustrates just how eager Planned Parenthood Worse Than Murder, Inc. is to profit from the corpses of some of their victims.

A Planned Parenthood executive admits in an undercover video that her doctors alter abortion procedures and she manipulates prices to accommodate specific fetal tissue harvesting requests — including delivering fully intact fetuses — though doing so may violate federal law.

In the nearly 16-minute, edited video, the fifth released by Center for Medical Progress, a woman identified as Melissa Farrell, director of research for Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast, discusses pricing for specimens — ranging from intact fetuses to tissue and organs — for outside tissue procurement companies.

“Yeah, and so if we alter our process, and we are able to obtain intact fetal cadavers, then we can make it part of the budget, that any dissections are this, and splitting the specimens into different shipments is this,” Farrell said. “I mean it’s all just a matter of line items.”

Go here to read the rest.  Senate Democrats, with the help of one Republican, Kirk of Illinois, yesterday successfully filibustered a Senate bill that would have ended funding to Worse Than Murder, Inc.  When it comes to abortion, that is the holiest of holies for the Democrat party.

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  1. Did I already ask this: If they don’t defund PP what are my options?
    Did American Independence start with a tax revolt?

  2. Can we finally put to bed the lie that there is no difference between Republicans and Democrats when it comes to advancing the pro-life cause? I even see that canard repeated in posts on this site. Enough! It is the party of death.

  3. Of course there’s a difference: the Democrats support abortion and do everything they can to keep it vibrantly alive; the Republicans talk about opposing abortion and do everything they can to just fail at putting a slight dent in it.

    Seriously – with a GOP controlled Congress, why haven’t they voted to not renew any grants, subsidies, etc. to PP? Why this kabuki theatre on “defunding” and the “Oh, we tried, but those dastardly Democrats foiled us again” trope? Why is it when the Dems want abortion to keep going, they can accomplish it even when they are in the minority, but the GOP can’t seem to get anything done about PP, even when in the majority? All they have to do is next time voting for funding this satanic cult comes around, vote “no.” A simple majority is all they need.

  4. It is difficult to fathom that we tolerate – even defend as a right – what the Nazis did in concentration camps 70 years ago, and for which many were hung by the neck till they were dead. I sincerely hope and pray for a peaceable end to abortion, but Democrats did not give up slavery without a fight. 🙁 I hope we come to repentance on our own without the need for God to do what He did to Israel and Judah.

  5. “Seriously – with a GOP controlled Congress, why haven’t they voted to not renew any grants, subsidies, etc. to PP?”

    Been there, done that. Obama vetoes the spending bill. The Government shuts down. The GOP gets a huge amount of bad press. The GOP caves.

  6. The blue blood Republicans include a lot of folks (I call the country club set “snobs” ) who support abortion–plain & simple. What we conservative Republicans called the “blue bloods/old money/country club Republicans on the 1990s are now generally referred to as the “establish Republicans.” I was sent as a pro-life emissary to the Greater Little Rock Republican Women’s Club from the North Pulaski Republican Women’s Club during my younger years. Those two Republican womens’ clubs were at each others’ throats over the abortion issue (and drinking and fornicating and attending church, etc,). These women despised each other! The Greater Little Rock women were rabidly pro-choice. The North Pulaski women were rabidly pro-life. Acting as a peace making emissary, I was greatly resented and publicly mistreated by the pro-choice group.

    A staunchly pro-life young man whom I knew became the executive director of the state Republican party about this same time. Within a year of interacting with RNC power brokers as the executive director, the young man began to advise the pro-life folks in the party to basically pipe down because he didn’t want us running off more liberal folks. The executive director also recommended that we keep our mouths shut re: the sin of specifically homosexual sex acts–saying that the Republican Party must have a “big tent” philosophy.

    That type of battle had been going on long before I got involved and is still going on within the party today. The establishment types absolutely cannot stand people with my political and religious view points and work constantly to undermine any cannot who disagrees woth the RMC in explicit manners. In our state currently, Republican party power has been consolidated all the way from the liberals at the RNC to the lowliest precinct member on the county committee. No one gets raised to the federal level in our state whom the RNC cannot explicitly control once they arrive in Washington. such top down power was achieved through dictatorial use of our state party rules committee issuing edicts defining what would and could happen at the local levels. We conservatives despised the Democrat Party when it was operated In such a fashion. We have lost a lot of respect for the Republicans at the national level over these issues.

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