Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Health and Safety Standards? Not for Planned Parenthood!

Well, lemmeeseeheah, folks.

Planned Parenthood, your friendly local abortuary business, is SUING the State of Missouri so that their clinics will be exempt from a law requiring that they observe "basic health and safety standards" in operating their clinics.

Uh huh.

So there's irony, of course. PP has never been concerned about the health and safety of unborn babies...

But what about the Moms?

Georgette Forney, co-founder of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, a national network of women and men harmed by abortion, says Planned Parenthood should be more concerned about the health of women.

"Planned Parenthood claims that if it had to meet basic safety requirements for outpatient clinics, two of its abortion centers would go out of business," she told LifeNews.com.

"That speaks volumes not only about the conditions of those clinics, but also Planned Parenthood's concern for the well being of the women it claims to serve," Forney added.


I happen to know that a couple of Leggies read this blogsite. Out of curiosity, does the State of Wisconsin require "basic health and safety" standards for Planned Parenthood clinics in this State?

HT: RedState

2 comments:

diana said...

This is hearsay, but I have heard no one in the government dares look too closely at what goes on at PP. Vet offices have stricter standards. If abortion was really about women's health the feminazis would be screaming about PP health violations.

Heraldblog said...

Depends on what you mean by "basic health and safety". Missouri was telling PP, for instance, that it needed separate changing rooms for its docs and nurses. Sounds like harassment to me.