I really have so much to say on this topic and want to make sure that I am articulating clearly. I have decided to put this experience into different posts. One of the reasons that this town hall was a little different than many others that have been reported on is the fact that the unions are starting to fight back. I have one picture below of Planned Parenthood. The rest are just some signs I saw throughout the evening. I will be posting more on this over the next few days. I have gathered up all the handouts that I was given and will be scanning many of them to post. They are of particular interest. It really was quite an experience. It makes me look forward to 9-12 march on Washington even more.
The planned parenthood activists were so young, college-aged. It makes me wonder if they know who founded Planned Parenthood and why. I am not that conservative on more social issues, but if you are going to support an organization you should understand how they became what they are. Do they understand that the founder of Planned Parenthood gave lectures at KKK rallies? That she believed in ridding society of undesirables? Doesn't sound like a liberal cause that you want to wrap yourself in to me.
Since the man is a moron, that is a really good thing. (he is so aptly named)
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