Saturday, December 15, 2007

"Holiday" Card Most Satanic
Leave it to the butchers at Planned Parenthood

The fiends at Planned Parenthood to come up with this sacrilegious bit of drivel;

Planned Parenthood Wishes Members "Choice on Earth," No Christmas Cards
by Steven Ertelt Editor
December 14, 2007

Washington, DC ( -- Planned Parenthood sent an email "holiday" greeting on Friday to its pro-abortion members nationwide with the message "Choice on Earth." Surprisingly, the nation's largest abortion business has yet to promote sales of its Christmas cards with the same offensive message.
The greeting comes from Cecile Richards, the president of the pro-abortion group. "As I reflect upon the past year and consider the next, I can't help but feel a sense of good will," Richards writes. "Good will toward the women, men, and families that we serve. Good will toward you, my Planned Parenthood family."

"And good, determined will to accomplish the work that lies ahead in the new year," Richards ads. The greeting closes with an image of the Earth and the message, "Choice on Earth. From all of us at Planned Parenthood, we wish you a peaceful holiday season."
Time for a common sense check. WWPPD?

A 14-year old girl is in an arranged marriage with a much older man. She's already pregnant before the wedding vows are even barely finalized. By any cultural standard, this little family is barely above being categorized as impoverished. When the previously mentioned 14-year old girl finally does give birth, they are so down and out, that she must give birth in a stable where the only source of warmth are the rags they wear, the breath of the animals, and what little heat is emitted from animal droppings.

We all know what Planned Parenthood would say about "carrying that pregnancy to term", don't we? And they have the audacity to wish upon us "Choice On Earth". Even satan can appear as an Angel of Light.


Blogger Batjacboy said...

Mr. Caveman, sir:

(You don't need to post any of this, btw. And, btw, love your blog. Best there is).

Concerning this post: In Mary's case, according to the ancient custom (as opposed to the way we do it now), the vows were exchanged at the betrothal. After that, the couple would spend some time setting up their house (something considered unseemly before the vows were exchanged), and then, after a time, move in together.

So, the betrothal was, in fact, the legal marriage (vows). And the Scripture says that Christ was conceived after that point (but before they lived (moved in) together).

When the post says, "She's already pregnant before the wedding vows are even said", it implies that Christ was conceived out of wedlock.

12:36 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Orthodoxae said...

Amen and Amen.

The tradition in the East is that Joseph was near 80 years old when Mary came of age and left the Temple, and that the priests there arranged the union. The story related to me is that all the single men in the neighborhood were required to plant a wooden staff in the desert and that one that bloomed would be the new husband. Joseph protested that he had already been married, raised his boys and was now widowed. But guess who's staff bloomed. He also never married her. He's referred to "the Betrothed of the Theotokos."

How I despise PP and everything for which it stands.

12:40 PM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Point well taken. Thanks for the correction. I'll change the wording to "barley finalized".

Sharp eye!

2:38 PM  
Blogger ignorant redneck said...

I want to Pee pee on P.P.

2:39 PM  
Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

I have heard of that tradition before but didn't know it was unique to the East. While I don't have trouble with it, two things do bother me. Was the tradition developed because most men (then or now) couldn't fathom themselves being married and never having intercourse with their wife? Maybe St. Jospeh, the "most chaste spouse," was virtouous enough to accept it. The other thing about St. Joseph being 80 years old is the fact that one of his titles is "Protector of the Holy Family," in which he is a model for all fathers. Granted, the Holy Family probably joined a caravan on the journey to and from Egypt, but picturing an 80 old man ready to protect his wife and child is hard for me to picture. If the apostles traveled armed, I am quite ready for St. Joe to be a virile carpenter who packed a sword on his travels.

Finally, as to the Planned Abortion organization, I can only say, "Thank God Mary was pro-life!"

9:41 PM  
Blogger tara said...

"Choice on Earth?" Ewwww, we wish you a peaceful holiday season of killing babies--where's the peace in that?

Sick, sick, sick.

10:55 PM  
Blogger Arkanabar T'verrick Ilarsadin said...

I have no problem with Joseph respecting Mary's vow of perpetual virginity at a more virile age.

Considering the parallels between the womb of Mary and the Ark of the Covenant, I reckon he had more than a little motivation to do so, beyond honoring her wishes.

5:30 PM  

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