- In 2012, the average price for an abortion at PP: $451
- In 2012: PP performed over 327,653 abortions, 897 per day
- In 2012: As a “non-profit”, PP posted a total revenue of 1 billion 200 million dollars
- In 2012: PP provided only 1 adoption for every 149 abortions
- Planned Parenthood requires their employees to meet an abortion quota, because abortion is their profit-driver
So how do they create a continued customer base for their big abortion business?
Plan A: Provide poor quality, faulty birth control.
In its February 2005 issue of Consumer Reports, the non-profit Consumers Union ranked two of Planned Parenthood’s condom lines the lowest out of all the brands that they tested.
Plan B: Encourage daily hormonal treatment.
PP encourages women to go on a daily birth control regimen, side effects of which include blood clots, cancer, and death. Since hormone doses affect all women differently, but they offer the same dose as a fits-all, when it fails, they offer the Morning After Pill, or other forms of chemical abortion.
Plan C: Offer deceptive counseling and biased information.
Many former employees testify that PP’s “options counseling” was and is routinely used to steer women towards abortion.
PLAN $$$: Money, money, money.
PP receives billions of tax-payer dollars as a non-profit. They claim to provide essential health services – services that 8,000 taxpayer funded community health centers provide at universally lower prices (they can be found here: www.nachc.com/findahealthcenter.cfm).
Still many Planned Parenthood advocates attempt to justify their non-profit status with statements like, “But Planned Parenthood offers so many other valuable services to women and to the community!” Whether Planned Parenthood offers other services or not, no other service, low-cost procedure, or supposedly “good deed” performed by such an organization can justify the blood money being made in abortions.
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