In a disturbing video, Planned Parenthood mocked Christmas by changing the lyrics of "12 Days of Christmas" to "12 Days of Contraception."
Changing the lyrics of the Christmas carol you and I know, Planned Parenthood encourages women to explore a new contraceptive for 12 days up until Christmas!
This is an absolute mockery to Christmas, women and every American.
How did we get to a point in our culture where America's largest abortion committer believes it's okay to create a message like this?
You and I both know the answer to that.
The reckless lifestyle Planned Parenthood encourages leads to destruction and death and millions Americans are suffering the consequences that are visible in our drop-out rates, increasing dependency, fatherless homes, and horrific crime rates.
With black abortion rates four times that of whites, we should lament the death of our children and families -- not celebrate it!
Thankfully, more Americans are waking up to the lifestyle that leftist progressives celebrate and encourage.
That's why I'm asking you to help meet my year-end goal of $34,246 so my non-profit, CURE, can find more and more Americans who are fed-up with this culture of death and finally speak-out!
You've seen my work and what I can accomplish when supporters like you financially contribute to our cause. Already, supporters have contributed $17,252 to meet the goal, but we only have seven days to go!
More and more black leaders are starting to step up and speak out!
This happens because we're able to reach more Americans when supporters like you contribute to my work.
So please click and follow this link to donate $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or even $3,000 and make sure my team and I are equipped to charge into 2014 to protect the values that allow Americans to prosper and live free.
Remember, your gift to CURE for Christmas will be tax-deductible!
Your foot-soldier for freedom,
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