Letter: Do Your Own Research

Editor’s note: The following letter is in response to a July 6 letter by Andrew Rosen.

Recently, Andrew L. Rosen accosted me for conveying “lies” and “misinformation” in my criticism of Planned Parenthood. Mr. Rosen, what are you talking about? All you did was accuse me, then quote Abe Lincoln, but offered zero evidence. Then you became Teflon and said, “I will let someone from that organization respond to all of Mr. Fioramonti’s factual errors.”

Planned Parenthood receives hundreds of millions of our tax dollars. Haven’t you watched the scandals on TV showing video footage catching Planned Parenthood red handed using unethical and illegal methods? Didn’t you watch the hysteria when members of Congress then threatened to cut their tax-dollar funding?

In 2010, Planned Parenthood performed nearly 330,000 of their most profitable surgical procedure. Shall we let an Honest Abe at Planned Parenthood to tell us what percentage was paid in cash from the trembling hands of their girl victims?

Virtually all 50 states have engaged in legislative battles to enact parental notification laws related to this dangerous, invasive medical procedure. Why would states do this if these organizations did not try to sever child from parent in these “choices?”

I wish I had the space in this letter to post the names of casualties and provide sample literature of sex counseling techniques designed to get kids addicted to sex. Pull your head out of the sand and do some research. Today’s information age gives ample resources to find out what has happened to many women whose families now regret Planned Parenthood services. Where are all the tax-dollar-dispensing, high-and-mighty government regulators and do-gooders for these poor victims?

Trust me, I understand all too clearly that I am tugging hard at the curtain of the great American sacred cow — our citizenry demanding consequence-free unbridled sex. But like it or not, the truth is there are nothing but dire consequences to broken commandments. From seared consciences to shattered lives to dead babies, and yes, even some dead women. How can any rational, objective and honest person in their heart of hearts think otherwise? Like Ronald Reagan once said, “facts are stubborn things.”

Daniel Fioramonti


  1. I’m going to go out on a limb and say that an opinion that is filled with insults and personal attacks is an arm chair argument of a person who thinks he is expressing an opinion that many agree with. In other words “group think” Not so! A person who lacks an intelligent argument that is supported by verifiable facts adds nothing to the discussion. These inane letters filled with personal attacks betray the writer’s ignorance of the facts and simply demonstrate a “group think” that is popularized by the media. The media is not expressing the majority opinion. The media is a small vocal minority that is obviously opposed to traditional family values upon which the United States of America was founded. Most people believe that abortion is killing a human being, and that’s just an inconvenient fact!

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