Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Planned Parenthood Wants Pro-life ads off the air

Planned Parenthood’s Golden Gate (PPGG) chapter is trying to force pro-life radio spots off the air.
Second Look Project, which operates under the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, is running
radio ads with a strong pro-life message, including the sound of a preborn baby’s heartbeat at six months.
PPGG, the same chapter responsible for the offensive
“Mile High Club” television ads, began an e-mail campaign to have the radio spots in San Francisco taken off the air, claiming they spread “lies” and “gross inaccuracies.”
Carrie Gordon Earll, senior analyst for bioethics at Focus on the Family Action, said this is an aggressive assault by Planned Parenthood to silence the pro-life message.
“The Second Look Project's advertising campaign has obviously hit a nerve or it wouldn't be the target of such an attack,” she said. “When scientifically documented fetal development is considered a 'lie,' then facts no longer have a place in the abortion debate. We cannot allow that to happen."

HT Citizen Link

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Second Look Project is extremely effective at communicating truth, which explains why pro-abortion forces want to silence it.