By: Renee Nal
“…to compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which he disbelieves and abhors, is sinful and tyrannical…” – Thomas Jefferson
Jake Sherman of Politico evidently forgot to update the “permalink” when he changed the title of an article discussing how House Speaker John Boehner is fighting to justify continued federal funding for Planned Parenthood.
Sherman’s article started out with the title:
Boehner: Shutdown will hurt pro-life movement
Perhaps after consultation with pro-abortion colleagues, Sherman updated the title to read:
Boehner: Shutdown will hurt anti-abortion rights movement
Sherman and/or his peers, however, forgot to update the permalink when they updated the title.
Clearly the title change was meant to convey a certain image of those who do not agree with the federal funding of abortion, which “is the outright killing of fetuses, often by chopping them up, crushing their skulls, and otherwise destroying them” as admitted by pro-abortion bioethicist Daniel Callahan, who co-founded the Hastings Center, the premiere bioethics think tank in the world. Callahan actively worked to get Americans on-board with the concept of abortion by using euphemisms in the 1960s and 1970s.
On Wednesday, a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill focused on Planned Parenthood, who has been shown in recent months to have been involved in the selling of “fetal” body parts, an act that should be abhorrent to anyone who isn’t a Nazi eugenicist… or Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, who referred to the abortion organization as a “beloved institution…”
Jake Sherman is not alone in framing the debate about federal funding for planned parenthood as a discussion on a potential “government shutdown,” a silly and disingenuous attempt to steer the debate away the substantive discussion on whether taxpayer funding should be used for child dismemberment.
Watch the entire hearing here: