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Saturday, June 4, 2011

Family Planning and Reporductive Health poll....public tired of talking about abortion

Politico "breaks" a poll "commissioned by the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association, an organization that represents family planning administrators and clinicians, and the Communications Consortium Media Center, a public interest media center that works with nonprofits."
 Hmmmm....sounds pretty biased right there...but ask a bland question...
"While the current political debate focuses too much on abortion, there is a much broader discussion that needs to happen around reproductive health. We may have different opinions about abortion, so rather than continuing to argue about this one issue, our elected officials should focus on the broader context like providing greater access to birth control, teaching comprehensive sex education and improving maternal health and childbirth outcomes." Do you agree?
Wow....what breaking news...... then Politico posts a headline stating that the public is  tired of the abortion debate... a more correct statement might be the abortion industry wants to change the subject.
This commenter hit the nail on the head with this one.

"..a new survey by a Democratic polling finds."
...and in other breaking news, studies conducted by the tobacco industry now PROVE that smoking is good for you, improving blood circulation and lung capacity!!"
Further....they state four in 10 Americans said they would be less likely to vote for a member of Congress who votes to defund groups like Planned Parenthood.  Well that means that 6 out of 10 would vote for those who promise to defund PP.

Time to hit the spin cycle again....

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