GOP asks GAO for Planned Parenthood study, hoping to strip funding


jobortion syndrome

gop letter to gao planned parenthood abortionLetter to the GAO

"Family Values" guy David Vitter, who favors corporations over sexual assault victims; who wants to defund Planned Parenthood; who was subpoenaed by the D.C. Madam and who has a diaper fetish, has joined forces with Rep. Diane Black (Tenn.) and Rep. Pete Olson (Texas) to-- what else?-- defund Planned Parenthood.

The Hill:

Dozens of Republicans in the House and Senate have asked the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to examine how Planned Parenthood and other groups that provide abortion services are using taxpayer money.

Those spearheading the effort — Rep. Diane Black (Tenn.), Rep. Pete Olson (Texas) and Sen. David Vitter (La.) — are hoping the study confirms their suspicion that these groups are focusing more on abortion and less on other healthcare services. Black said this finding could be used to justify a reduction in federal funds to abortion providers.

Federal law already prohibits the use of taxpayer funding for abortion, and by trying to destroy Planned Parenthood, the GOP is actually destroying the lives of women who depend on these providers for health services of all kinds, including cancer screenings.

63 House Republicans also signed the letter, along with Senators Roy Blunt (Mo.), Mike Enzi (Wyo.), Mike Johanns (Neb.), James Risch (Idaho), and Tim Scott (S.C.).



These so-called representatives of the people clearly suffer not only from tone deafness and serial hypocrisy, but also from Jobortion Syndrome. By the way, patriots, where exactly are those jobs opportunities you sworetogod you'd prioritize?

Meanwhile, state by GOP-run state, a whole lot of pro-forced birth is being forced on Americans the way vaginal ultrasounds are being forced up women's vaginas:

“Indiana Republicans up the ante: forcing women to have *two* vaginal ultrasounds.”

GOP Alabama Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin: “When a physician removes a child from a woman, that is the largest organ in a body.”

VIDEO: GOP may want to talk about it less, but the War on Women is “coming to a state near you.”

CHART: Abortions are legal, but not accessible.

New Mexico bill would criminalize abortions after rape as “tampering with evidence”

VIDEO– Happy 40th Roe v. Wade! Lizz Winstead: “It’s our bodies, our choice, our lives. Hands off!” Marco Rubio disagrees.

Poll-itics: 70% would NOT like to see Roe v. Wade overturned, but that doesn’t stop states from making access to care impossible

VIDEO: Women’s rights under attack by anti-abortion extremists

Despite murder threats by anti-abortion extremists, new clinic aims to serve Kansas women.

Here we go again: Paul Ryan is cosponsoring another fetal personhood bill

Of course, Republicans deny that there is any kind of War on Women whatsoever.