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We Got Into This Thing With Breast Intentions

February 11th, 2012 at 4:52 pm by Brian

But it turns out Planned Parenthood didn’t like competing with the Komen foundation’s research for the milky tit of it’s supporters.  Who knew that the group that murders innocent babies for their sumptuous pelts could be so duplicitous?

Karen Handel really doesn’t like Planned Parenthood.

The former Komen Foundation exec – who resigned over a funding dispute with the nation’s largest abortion provider – is lashing out against Planned Parenthood, calling the organization a “gigantic bully.”

In an interview with the Daily Beast, Handel contends Planned Parenthood reneged on a secret deal to keep quiet about the breast cancer charity’s decision to cut off funding to the organization.

You mean the people who brought you abortions without parental notifications can’t keep a secret?

She argued Planned Parenthood made it a political issue, launching a premeditated attack against Komen – something Planned Parenthood denies.

“Planned Parenthood is a gigantic bully, using Komen as its own personal punching bag,” she added.

*sniff*

Quit complaining lady.  You got off easy.  When their doctors show up at your door drunk with a butcher knife and a shop-vac then you should worry.

She said Komen met with Planned Parenthood reps in December and there was a “ladies’ agreement” to end $680,000 worth of grants to pay for breast exams for poor women, and that no one would go to the press about their breakup.

Planned Parenthood claimed it was taken completely by surprise by Komen’s decision to end their funding relationship.

The decision created a backlash of criticism, and complaints subsequently helped Planned Parenthood rake in $3 million in reaction.

I’ve supported the Komen folks for the better part of the last decade with time and cash.  Count me out for your future.  I hope your donors, like your tits, will dry up and fall off for killing at least half of all of tomorrow’s future breasts today.

That’s certainly one way to beat breast cancer.


One Response to “We Got Into This Thing With Breast Intentions”

  1. Yiddish Steel Says:

    That Op-Ed was so good B-Mac, I say you should replay it on Mother’s Day Weekend and the whole Month of October for Ta-Ta-Tumor Awareness Month.

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