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Monday, April 8, 2013

PP lobbyist advocating for infanticide lists Catholic Charities board membership on her bio...

Can it get any worse than this? The lobbyist for Florida Alliance of Planned Parenthood Affiliates , Alisa Lapolt Snow,  became infamous via the Internet, for her jaw dropping advocacy of infanticide or post birth abortion. All this  while arguing against pending legislation requiring doctors to provide emergency medical care to a baby that survives an abortion.

LaPolt Snow of Snow  Strategies...boasts her client list of child caring firms...quite a departure from her 'let's leave it up to the abortionist and the mother who hired him/her'  to decide what to do with the baby that survived a botched abortion.

  • Caring Hearts Pediatric Extended Care Center
  • Caring for Kids
  • Children First/Children's Care Campus
  • Children's Rehab Network
  • Children's Week/Capitol Events Inc.
  • Cradling Hands Pediatric Care 
 What is even more jaw dropping is her bio on her website.
"Alisa is a graduate of the University of Tennessee where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communications/journalism. She was a founding member and secretary of the Sunset Rotary Club of Tallahassee and serves on the board of Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida-Tallahassee. She is a member of the Florida Association of Professional Lobbyists."

Catholic Charities huh??? Creative Minority could not believe his eyes so he followed up with a call to Catholic Charities who confirmed that she departed her board position in January. No further comment from CC. Note that she still lists it on her professional bio. 

Joel Gehrke of the Washington Examiner notes:

"Catholic Charities USA does not support abortion, but this may nonetheless be something to keep in mind next White House Press Secretary Jay Carney argues that the contraception mandate doesn’t infringe on the religious liberty of Roman Catholics because “Catholic Charities and the Catholic Health Association have expressed their support for this policy, and we obviously appreciate that.”

pix: Lifesite News

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