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Wednesday, April 6, 2011
CNS Columnist Likens Planned Parenthood To Tuskegee Experiment

The disturbing parallels that exist between a government cover-up decades ago and the lies propagated by Planned Parenthood today should serve as a wake-up call to those who may not yet know the frightening reality behind what Planned Parenthood practices.

Imagine reading this headline in your local newspaper: If the Tuskegee experiments were being run by Planned Parenthood today, Congress would increase its funding!

Would you be outraged? Presumably, you would be. Yet the sad fact is that this idea is not too far-fetched.


Today, Planned Parenthood uses the same sort of tactic on our young people that was employed at Tuskegee. Even though these people are not herded into a particular government facility to participate in testing, the results are similar. And Planned Parenthood’s tactic is far more devious.

Much like the Tuskegee research subjects, the young people who are unfortunate enough to visit a Planned Parenthood office do not receive adequate information about the birth control pill prior to ingesting it. They are not informed that the pill can kill a preborn child. They are not warned that the pill can harm them physically, emotionally or even—depending on their medical history—result in their death.

Our teens are human guinea pigs who are being deceived by an organization that receives more than a third of its funding from the federal government.

-- Judie Brown, April 5 column

Posted by Terry K. at 9:03 AM EDT

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