Friday, July 08, 2011


The law does not state "Planned Parenthood (1) is barred from receiving federal funds." Federal law prohibits the use of Federal dollars for abortion funding. Planned Parenthood (2) accepts federal dollars. Planned Parenthood provides (3) abortions with these federal dollars.

Planned Parenthood claims, along with NAC and Mr. Gillenwater this bill is dangerous and would have a "devastating impact on women's health" that is a bare face lie! Planned Parenthood always (4) uses this ridiculous statement when their funding is in danger. They know their biggest money maker is abortion. Abortion is their CASH cow.

Of course defunding Planned Parenthood actually improves the health care services for female preventive care like breast and cervical cancer screening and other test.

Listen up, NAC and Jeff Gillenwater: Indiana owes Planned Parenthood nothing. You are not the spokespeople for all citizens of the state.

Planned Parenthood is NOT the only avenue to birth control, PAP smears, cancer screening or other preventative treatment. These procedures can be done at the local county health clinic. There is no reason that taxpayers should be forced to support Planned Parenthood.

It's a sick and sad day when an abortion industry which gets upwards of a million dollars a day from federal government.

Indiana is making its own funding decisions by following the law.

Thank God for State Rep. Clere. We need more courageous men like him to stand up for what is right and moral. The non-abortion services offered by Planned Parenthood are available through many other healthcare providers in the State of Indiana, so there is no reduction in service available to women in Indiana due to this reduction in funding for Planned Parenthood.

We truly believe that it is very important to honor a woman's right to choose...but only as it pertains to getting pregnant or not (the man has a choice too, snip-snip).

Once a new life has been created in the mother's womb, her only real moral choice for the man and woman is whether they will raise the child or make an adoption plan.

According to the 10th Amendment, "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

And last we heard, the Indiana lawmakers and State Rep. Ed Clere knew a bit more about running a state than NAC, and the abortion clinic down the road, Mr. Gillenwater.

You're entitled to your opinion, NAC and Mr. Gillenwater, but not your so called 'scare tactics' and your own made up lies about State Rep. Ed Clere!

Thank you State Rep. Clere for hitting the nail right on the head, when it comes to taxpayers money and the real facts.