Sometimes I have to go away/
So I come back here/
Home is out there in the sky/
It’s that place of pure consciousness/
When chaos finally succumbs to order/
In its ever exploding alignment of us all/
Michelle Dent (ninewhitetulips)
Kinley Theme on the weight of all things
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Yeah, because Presidents can just “get rid of” nonprofit organizations they disagree with. Romney’s pandering is at an all-time low, and that’s really saying something.
From the article:
Not only is it impossible for a President to “get rid of” the independent health care provider, cutting all federal funding to the organization would only result in a 0.01% decrease in the overall federal budget. Further, 2/3 of Planned Parenthood’s budget comes from sources other than the federal government, and thanks to the Hyde Amendment, no federal funding finances abortion services; rather, tax money for Planned Parenthood finances preventative care for low income women and men.
And that’s how Romney’s campaign evolved from a promise to bring socially moderate fiscal conservatism to the White House to a promise to make it more difficult for poor women to get pap smears, breast cancer screenings and contraception while cutting taxes for Romney’s NASCAR team owning, “couplea Cadillac” driving millionaire friends.