- The Washington Times - Tuesday, June 28, 2011

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

In May, Indiana became the first state to defund Planned Parenthood (“Planned Parenthood funds in Indiana cut instantly,” Web, National, May 11). But as expected, it was a short-lived victory, as another in the great line of federal judges legislating from the bench intervened and issued an injunction.

The decision evidently was based on the notion that even though Planned Parenthood kills unborn babies, it is discriminatory to cut off its funding because of its ties with Medicaid. So does this mean that Planned Parenthood is another business that is “too big to fail”? Can it ever be defunded when we have a massive list of renegade judges legislating from the bench?

A great deal of corruption is going on at Planned Parenthood; undercover videos available for viewing at liveaction.org show unthinkable violations of federal and state laws by this group.

Unfortunately, evil is thriving in this nation, and until we allow God back into our decisions, we will continue to self-destruct and call abortion a “right” and homosexual unions “equality.”

MIKE RACHIELE

Pittsfield, Mass.

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