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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Planned Parenthood gets even worse

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If past videos showing evidence of corruption at Planned Parenthood didn't get your attention, perhaps the latest undercover videos by Live Action will. Live Action President Lila Rose said previously: "We've been documenting Planned Parenthood's mismanagement, criminal acts and lies for five years — from lying to women, to facilitating sex-selective abortions on baby girls, to covering up statutory rape, to aiding and abetting child sex-trafficking rings." If these topics aren't enough, let's now add discussions involving sadomasochism.

The latest video exposing Planned Parenthood used an undercover investigator pretending to be 15 years old. This woman's discussion with a member of Planned Parenthood should leave anyone with a well-formed conscience disgusted. (The videos can be viewed at

With all the undercover videos exposing corruption, it is really troubling that Planned Parenthood still receives millions of taxpayer dollars each year, no thanks to the pro-abortionists in the U.S. Senate, who will not allow Planned Parenthood to be defunded. All the more reason to oust these politicians if you truly care about the youth of today and the corruption to which they are exposed.

The first lady should spend time advising the girls of today on the dangers of Planned Parenthood — instead of the "dangers" of junk food in public schools.


Prairie Village, Kan.

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