“Black Friday,” the day after Thanksgiving, is normally the busiest shopping day of the year. It got its name because it was the day retailers finally showed a profit or went “into the black,” for the year.
Two south Florida Planned Parenthood abortion clinics, one in Kendall and the other in West Palm Beach, gave “Black Friday” a more macabre meaning by offering “Black Friday specials.” They advertised $10 off for an office visit and $5 off emergency contraception on Friday Nov. 23.
According to LifeNews:
This is the same abortion business where the chair of the national Democratic party headlined a small rally last year.
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was named by pro-abortion President Barack Obama recently to take over as the head of the Democratic Party. At the time of her appointment to the position, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards praised Wasserman Schultz as a “heroine” for her extensive abortion advocacy. The appointment made it clear Obama would not run from his lengthy pro-abortion record.
Pro-life blogger Jill Stanek observed, “Planned Parenthood brings new meaning to the term, ‘Black Friday,’ doesn’t it?” Given that the color black is often used to signify death, I can’t think of anything more appropriate. But why stop there?
How about a Labor Day special for those women dreading the very idea of going into labor? They could have an Independence Day special to signify the day they’re finally independent of that “horrifying growth” — we call them babies — inside their bodies. Then they could have a Veterans Day sale for those veterans of the procedure who have aborted their children many times in the past.
The possibilities are boundless.
Read further at LifeNews.
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