Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood spent over $1 million on ads slamming pro-life candidate for Virginia governor
Posted on 10/22/2013 10:16:05 AM PDT by topher
RICHMOND, VA, October 21, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) A political arm of the nations biggest abortion provider has spent nearly all of its cash on ads opposing Republican Ken Cuccinelli, the strongly pro-life candidate for Virginia governor.
On Friday, Planned Parenthood VOTES, a federal SuperPAC run by the abortion giant, reported it had spent nearly $1.1 million on a new anti-Cuccinelli ad buy, leaving the PAC with only $73,746 to pay its remaining bills, which total $59,919.
Of course, Obama's IRS Nazi's will not investigate Planned Parenthood, but only pro-life and tea party organizations...
These commercials are relentless. I see them all night long. You come away with two ideas, one is that democrats are obsessed with abortion and two, democrats are obsessed with sex. If you know anything about any of the GOP candidates you also come away knowing that democrats and their allies are filthy, bald faced liars. Some of these ads are complete fabrications, they’re just made up. Even the Washington Post has criticized the McAuliffe campaign for it’s record setting dishonest campaign.
PP now low on funds, huh? Guess that explains the unending marketing blitz to ‘raise awareness’ (and $$$) on breast cancer; the NFL being the biggest cash cow.
American taxpayer dollars at work.
The really good Breast Cancer organization is one that is headed and composed of medical doctors and specialists in the field of Breast Cancer. This is:
A breast cancer surgeon is head of this organization.
The organization states there is a connection between abortion, contraception and breast cancer.
Things that help to prevent breast cancer are exercise (physical activity) as well as having a baby and breast feeding early in life (before the late twenties/thirties).
All these big leftist groups get taxpayer dollars, you will never see conservative orgs receiving taxpayer funds.
Komen gives $$ to PP. Same thing really. Komen probably spends less than 10% of what it raises, if anything, on research.
Very little of the money on merchandise goes to the American Cancer Society. The Merchandisers and NFL Teams keep the bulk of the money.
See the article:
As I posted about the Business Insider article on the NFL and breast cancer, very little goes to research.
The American Cancer Society is not a good organization to give to. Half of its board are lay people (no medical expertise).
The Breast Cancer Prevention Institute is the organization to give to. They state that abortion is a factor in breast cancer. They state that contraceptives are a factor in breast cancer.
For whatever reason, the infanticide movement has always pounced all over the VA guv race, at least as far back as the ‘89 Coleman-Wilder race.
Blood money funding the left.
The McAuliffe campaign & Democrats are doing the lie & scare to win. In truth, no governor in any state can change the law that basically allows abortion at any stage of pregnancy.
All those proposed to put in limits have been immediately struck down by liberal judges. It would take conservatives many successive presidential/congressional and state victories to winkle out these liberal judges.
If I understood the article correctly, a little over 8% of the gross proceeds goes to breast cancer research (I’ve heard the norm is around 16% due mainly to marketing and administrative costs). But the article also notes the following:
*Still, there are unanswered questions about where the money is going and who is profiting.*
If a certain amount of money (however much they’re talking about) is being spent legitimately, why would the NFL not reveal the details? Curious to say the least.
Thank you for the link.
I just don't believe that the American Cancer Society would be good about spending 100% of the donation they receive from the NFL on Breast Cancer Research...
There are some good non-profits to give to, and there are some bad non-profits to give to. I have a low opinion of the American Cancer Society for the reason that it is not run by people from the Medical profession or those with PhD's in areas of Cancer research.