Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Planned Parenthood Opens Another "Super Store"

Planned Parenthood opens another "Super Store," this one in Oregon. While many businesses are pulling back because of the bad economy, Planned Parenthood continues to expand, thanks to an increasing flow of money from willing government officials and a complicit President.

The largest abortion clinic in Oregon and one of the largest in the country is now open in Portland.

After closing their older, smaller facility, the abortion king has opened the "super store" closer to their prime customer base.

Gayle Atteberry, director of the Oregon Right to Life, explains the Planned Parenthood decision to expand and relocate and how the pro-life community in Portland is responding.

Also, guess what President George W. Bush was doing this past Sunday?

Atteberry says, "This new one is right on the edge of the African-American community."

She is certain the location was not chosen randomly, but that it was established there to carry out the nationwide goal of Planned Parenthood.

She said, "It is consistent to what they are doing around the nation, and we've seen in the figures that the largest percentage of abortions per-capita are done in the black community."

She and the Portland pro-life community have responded by moving their sidewalk counseling to the new location---on the sidewalk beside the new "super store," with a single purpose: To save the lives of unborn children.

While Planned Parenthood expands their empire of death under the guise of "health care," there are those among us who continue to advocate for life and do all they can to preserve and protect it, while often under attack by Planned Parenthood and their allies. Think Washington State.

One such pro-life person spoke at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Dallas this past weekend.

A spokesman for the church said former President George W. Bush came to help them raise money for the Prestonwood Pregnancy Center---a center dedicated to preserving and affirming the sanctity of life.

The church also said they wanted to honor President Bush for his stand and policies that affirm life---the contribution he has made to the unborn.

Do you miss him yet?

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Gary Randall
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9 comments:

  1. I miss President Bush more and more with each passing day! There is a powerful, grassroots, inter-denominational pro-life effort going on right now,
    40 Days for Life. It is 40 days of prayer, fasting, outreach and peaceful, prayerful vigil at area abortion clinics. More than 2100 children have been saved through 40 Days for Life so far! There are 8 cities in Washington that are participating - Everett, Bremerton, Renton, Tacoma, Olympia, Spokane, Yakima and Tri-cities. You can get more information at 40daysforlife.com. Come join us!

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  2. I believe this nation was called by God's name. I heard it said that about 60% of those that formed America's government at it's beginning were ministers who graduated from a seminary.

    I believe all Christians are ministers in some way or another.

    The founders of this nation worshiped, prayed, and named the name of God. They were called by his name.

    If this nation would outlaw abortion, porn, all forms of adult entertainment, gambling,
    and homosexuality, the air would be cleaner, the grass greener, the sunlight brighter, the skies more beautiful, the future better,
    and people would live longer.

    Why have people so chosen death and destruction? Are they not in bondage to sin and become the slaves of it? And it's such a beautiful day.

    Proverbs 4:18
    But the path of the just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day.

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  3. I miss him. More every day.

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  4. I miss Bush. I've had enough slick talking.

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  5. thank God with me, Gary, that President Bush still has good health....
    body and soul! Thanks for raising my spirits this morning!!!

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  6. God bless President Bush.

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  7. While I didn't agree with all of President Bush's policies, I do miss him. I miss the look of compassion and the "felt pain" he had when he looked into the eyes of the hurting. I miss the genuineness of First Lady, Laura, too. As a Marine wife and Mom I would reach out and hug them both and say 'thank you' if it were in my power to do so.


    I am not anonymous; I just can't remember my google password...I'm Mama Harriet from Federal Way, WA

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  8. I only wish we could re-do the last presidential election. I can see President Bush's strengths and virtue more clearly now.

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  9. How could be possibly miss president Bush when we are still cleaning up the massive mess he left?

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