You want to talk about racism? Planned Parenthood and the Federal Government fund much of those killings!
Bishop Martin D. Holley, Auxiliary Bishop of Washington, issued a statement responding to a report by the Guttmacher Institute, Planned Parenthood's research branch, showing that black women have abortions at five times the rate of white women.
"As an African American, I am saddened by evidence that Black women continue to be targeted by the abortion industry. The loss of any child from abortion is a tragedy, but we must ask: Why are minority children being aborted at such disproportionate rates?" Bishop Holley said.
"Our legitimate commitment to other social concerns must not push the primary moral issue of abortion onto the back burner. It clearly must be at the heart and center of our discussion of the survival of African American people," Bishop Holley said. . . .
Bishop Holley called for the federal defunding of the abortion industry. "Every year the federal government gives over $300 million to Planned Parenthood. Last year for the first time, Planned Parenthood took in over one billion dollars and reported a profit of $51 million," he said of the non-profit organization. . . . Read it all HERE
Monday, October 20, 2008
13 Milliion African Americans have been Aborted since Roe v. Wade
Labels: Abortion and Life Issues
Contrast with Bishop Cupich [God Bless him] writing about racism in the recent America. Bishop Cupich seems to equate racism and abortion: The promotion neither of abortion nor racism can ever be a motivation for one’s vote. Voting for a candidate solely because of that candidate’s support for abortion or against him or her solely on the basis of his or her race is to promote an intrinsic evil.
I really don't know how to respond or how to think. Especially after Bishop Cupich came out with an America article in 2006 equating the anguish of the unexpectedly pregnant mother with the destruction of life in abortion. Is Bishop Cupich equating a vote against Senator Obama to be a racist vote?
Contrast it with Bishop Holley: "Our legitimate commitment to other social concerns must not push the primary moral issue of abortion onto the back burner. It clearly must be at the heart and center of our discussion of the survival of African American people,".
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