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Friday, July 31, 2015

Houston Planned Parenthood is so profiting from baby parts sales, guys

The Dana Show, July 29, Hour 3

Except they aren't.  At about 16 minutes in the above clip, Dana is saying Houston's Planned Parenthood is making millions a year on the sale of baby parts.  The story comes from a Texas Senate Committee on Health and Human Services that happened on the 29th, The testimony about that profit comes from Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood employee who last worked there in 2009. She became a pro-life advocate after she said she saw an abortion that never happened.

Not to mention, all three branches of Texas Planned Parenthood either never have, or in case of Houston, no longer donate fetal tissue.  This is a bunk story, one of the many you'll hear from the right on the issue.

I understand, they want to attack abortion, I myself am against abortion, especially as a form of contraceptive.  But currently it is legal, and unless we can get a constitutional amendment, or prove life begins at conception without pointing at our bibles, we aren't going to change much.  I think Dana is with me on this point, we need to teach people to use contraceptives, while not forcing our beliefs on them to practice abstinence, But also, let's get it right on the science.  I am for Plan B, because it stops the pregnancy before conception, not implantation as it was once thought.  It is basically the pill on steroids.

But let's stop the lies.  If Planned Parenthood is profiting from the sale of baby body parts, it will come out.  The videos that have been released prove nothing.  The investigation into Indiana's Planned Parenthood has already concluded and nothing was found.  Before we go into witch hunt mode, maybe, just maybe, we need to look into the facts first.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

The Democrat Dana

Hey, look, it's the Democrat Dana, now will a lot more truth than fiction.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

What people mean when they say something is deceptively edited

Latest Video Attacking Planned Parenthood Full of More Deceptive Edits

Dana has been vociferous about the Planned Parenthood videos, but she has been as deceptive as the edits shown in the 8 minute videos.  I know she hates Planned Parenthood, but a REAL journalist would have more integrity.

You see, if the 8 minute videos have deceptive edits, it's bad because that may be all the average person sees.  When Dana says, "Well, the whole unedited video was posted, too, so how was it deceptively edited?" it's disingenuous.  She knows nobody in her audience is going to listen to it, because heck, they've got Florida Man coming on in a bit, and they wouldn't want to miss that, would they? Even the average person won't see it, and that includes me.  Good thing we have folks like the people who write for AlterNet to do it for us.  If you don't have 3-4 hours to spend listening to the unedited videos, then this may be a good read for you.

Monday, July 13, 2015

Why would anyone post this?

Blame a flag

I don't get how Dana got drawn into this.  It's stupid, it's offensive, and to top it all off, the people posting below it show just how truly racist some Republicans can be.  Not only on Dana's Facebook page, but on the Gateway Pundit, too.

It doesn't prove your point, Dana.  It makes you look bad.  Which means it wouldn't surprise me if this wasn't staged for the benefit of making anyone trying to make a point with it look stupid.  Even a first year journalism student wouldn't fall for a trick like this, would they?

Oh, and in an answer to you and Kane thinking Democrats have come out on the wrong side of history every time when it comes to racism, who is LBJ, and what did he do that put him on the wrong side of the race issue?  And since there was never a shift of these so called racist Democrats in the '60s, who are the Dixiecrats, and why did so many start voting Republican during the Southern Strategy?

Friday, July 3, 2015

More on the Sweet Cakes issue

Dana has posted this at her blog today.  There is something she keeps failing to mention about the case however, and that is the fact that Aaron Klein posted their home address when he posted the complaint he had received on his Facebook page.  Since then, the couple received death threats, they had to worry about whether their foster children would be taken away because of those threats.  So this isn't a case of just someone refusing them a cake.