Did Repubs notice that GE's tax refund this year was 9 times larger than Planned Parenthood's entire budget?
Topic: Did Repubs notice that GE's tax refund this year was 9 times larger than Planned Parenthood's entire budget?
June 16, 2019 / By Candyce Question:
Republicans and Tea Partiers don't seem to mind that GE and its multibillionaire execs took $9 out of Americans' pockets for every dollar Planned Parenthood took. Why is that?
Title X spending: $360 million
GE: $3.2 billion
Best Answers: Did Repubs notice that GE's tax refund this year was 9 times larger than Planned Parenthood's entire budget?
Amelie | 2 days ago
GE makes weapons.
PP provides health care to poor people.
The first is clearly more important to Republicans.
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Originally Answered: What is Planned Parenthood?
Planned parenthood is a state funded program in helping prevent and terminate unwanted pregnancies.
They offer many reproductive services
Did you notice that GE's CEO is on Obama's advisory board? Maybe you should forward your question to the president.
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Planned parenthood dose not employ thousands of people who pay taxes, build our military equipment or pay taxes.
Planned parenthood is not a government agency and is teaching promiscuity and killing the unborn babies of the promiscuis everyday.
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Obviously, to "avoid" a "goverment shutdown"- (in 'quotes' because it's rediculous in the first place), cut all funding to private party Patriot Act recipiants(needless neighborhood policing groups, 'Paid to stalk and harrass',ie; COINTELPRO)
How many Billions of Dollars are being spent on the "Enforcement" of the 2003 Patriot Act where citizens are paid to stalk and harrass intelligent White people by means of Group Stalking and illegal surveilance, wiretapping, by (Oops, can I say that? Of course I can, affirmative action?)'Fusion Centers', made up of mostly Illegal immigrants,(Oh, I mean Newly Immigrated "Citizens" from facist counties with belief systems and social mores far different than our own). Look, Stop funding 'domestic terrorism'(which is exactly what it is),ie; creating division, dischord and a general environment where organized crime and vice is the only mentality that would florish in such a society, and a clear domestic terrorist threat by means of "Gang Stalking" groups. Now can we pay our troops and provide for our own people and expectant mothers? Thanks
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Gee, and that d*** Jeff Immelt really is slick. He got a bonus and named to the president's Jobs advisory board. Barry really is a Republican, isn't he?
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Originally Answered: Planned parenthood: How does it work?
As soon as you get there, they will give you some paperwork to fill out. Just basic stuff like your name and address and you'll have to fill out your medical history, like if you've ever had heart disease and what not. You'll probably mark no on all of the medical history stuff. Once you finish the paperwork, you will than wait for them to call you in. They will take your height, weight and blood pressure and ask you about your sex life,your menstrual cycle, if you've ever been pregnant, if you have a steady boyfriend, what kind of protection you use when having sex and so on. I'm pretty sure they require you to get a pap smear before you can get birth control ( someone correct me if I'm wrong). If you're having sex, you should get one. You'll take off your clothes, put on a paper robe and wait for the doctor to come in ( you can request a female doctor when filling out the paperwork). Look up pap smear so you know what to expect. After the pap smear the doctor will tell you to get dressed and you'll wait for them to come get you unless told otherwise. Once they come and get you you'll get a bad with at least 3 months worth of birth control, a lot of condoms and at least 1 morning after pill, sometimes 3. Than you leave.
Oh I forgot to mention that the doctor will explain the different types of birth control to you and ask you which one you want. They will also tell you about HPV and probably tell you, you should get the vaccine
(not that day, but they'll probably say you should make an appointment). Just say no for now when it comes to that until you can do your research.
It's not as scary as you probably think, it's just like seeing your normal doctor.