Obama, he didn’t do the keynote last night to Planned Parenthood, but he did show up and make a speech, and his comments were the first to Planned Parenthood by a sitting president. And he lauded ’em. He praised their nearly 100 years of service to women. This makes me ill, by the way. That a president of the United States shows up at an abortion factory, essentially, and praises their work. You know what else he said? He said the opponents of abortion want to return to the 1950s.
Yep, that’s right. Opponents of abortion, just a bunch of old-fashioned fuddy-duddies. They can’t modernize. They’re not hip. They’re not cool. They’re not with it. They want to go back to Beaver Cleaver, Donna Reed, My Three Sons. They want to go back to the days in America that really weren’t real. America never was Donna Reed. America never was Beaver Cleaver in Leave It To Beaver. America never was My Three Sons. That was always fake and phony because back then, America was still racist and devoted to slavery and so forth. There hadn’t been any civil rights legislation. So the fifties, oh, man, that’s one of the worst eras of the United States. If Margaret Sanger had had her way, there’s a chance Barack Obama would not have been born, and she’s the founder Planned Parenthood.
But a sitting president goes and shows up, in the midst of the Kermit Gosnell trial to boot, and praises an abortion factory. He said, “When politicians try to turn Planned Parenthood into a punching bag, they’re not just talking about you. They’re talking about the millions of women who you serve.” Well, you know the drill on this. There’s nothing I can say you haven’t said or thought yourself about this. Planned Parenthood will not condemn Kermit Gosnell. Some Planned Parenthood head honcho would not condemn it. They can’t afford to. Planned Parenthood cannot afford to condemn any abortion, after birth, partial birth, they can’t condemn any. They can’t take action in one way, one syllable, one word, they can’t oppose any type of abortion or they destroy their own purpose.