A Planned Parenthood Federation of America press release states, " The nomination of John G. Roberts raises serious questions and grave concerns for women's health and safety." The PP press release cites an upcoming Supreme Court Case Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood which could undermine, " the ability of organizations like Planned Parenthood to challenge restrictions on abortion access". Translation: It's the bottom line; its the money. Planned Parenthood has no real concern for women's choices, their health or safety. Their only concern is their ability to make money off women who find themselves unexpectedly pregnant. These women are often fearful, vulnerable and lack the support of a responsible husband or boyfriend.
Planned Parenthood care about the millions they can make off abortion. Randall K. O’Bannon, Ph.D. has researched, written and lectured on a number of life issues including RU-486 and the activities of Planned Parenthood. According to Dr. O’Bannon,"Planned Parenthood is the nation’s leading abortion chain. Statistics from their 2001-2002 Annual Report find, that over the past decade the abortion rate has been declining from 1.6 million to 1.3 million yearly. But Planned Parenthood is on a steep climb with 875 "Health Centers". Arkansas is the only state which is Planned Parenthood free. "he continued.
Does Planned Parenthood care about "choice"? Not if you mean real choices-you know, the ability to choose between alternatives. Women who go to Planned Parenthood will get a sales pitch for abortion and the statistics bear that out. Dr. OBannon cites statistics from 2001, where 213,026 abortions were performed at Planned Parenthood centers, and only 15,016 women were prenatal clients, 1,151 women were referred for adoption (only two per clinic) and PP served only 282 infertility clients. O’Bannon reported, "Ninety-three percent of women who go to Planned Parenthood receive abortions".