Family Research Council

Planned Parenthood's Version of the Valentine's Day Massacre


By Tony Perkins
February 25, 2014

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Nothing says love like abortion. Or so Planned Parenthood was telling people this Valentine's Day. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C. To most people, February 14th is about flowers and chocolates. To Planned Parenthood, it's all about politics. In a video from the group's President, Cecile Richards holds up cue cards with the hashtag, "What women need." And in the center of a heart is "safe and legal abortions." Of course, the abortion industry isn't exactly known for its sensitive campaigns. From their "Choice on Earth" Christmas cards to the bowling alley fundraisers, real love is the last thing on anyone's minds. If it were, Planned Parenthood would recognize the pain their industry causes -- not just to the unborn, but to moms. "Hopefully," says Lila Rose's Live Action, "the day will come.... [when] women everywhere... let it be known that the best way to communicate love isn't through extinguishing a life..." Unfortunately for millions of children, Planned Parenthood doesn't heal hearts -- it stops them.

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